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Thursday, 25 September 2014

Card using my first panoramic photograph

Good morning everyone, I hope all is well in your world...hugs.

One or two of you suggested that I make a card using my panoramic photographs so I did, and here it is for your perusal, I hope it meets with your approval :)


I used white linen card folded and cut to my favourite 7x5.
Background photograph is one I took at St Chad's Water a couple of years ago.
Inset is, of course, my first panoramic photograph taken at the same place last Friday.
Both are printed onto the same white linen card and matted with black Papermania textured card.
My new Memory Box die was also cur from the same black card.
I wasn't too sure about it at first but I am quite pleased with it now :o)
Jackie xx
 

23 comments:

Christine L said...

And so you should be pleased with it Jackie... it's fabulous!

I was out taking some panoramic photos yesterday... we went to the top of Sutton Bank (near Thirsk) - the views from there across Yorkshire are absolutely AWESOME!

Hugs
Christine x

Doreen said...

Beautiful card Jackie.xxx

nnalorac said...

Such a lovely card Jackie, love how you have used your photos, Carolxx

Sue said...

WOW! This is gorgeous. Your photos are beautiful and I love the layout.
Sue xx

aussie aNNie said...

Stunning photo Jackie, love the black and white theme..xx
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vic said...

This is beautiful Jackie love the photo :)
Hugs
Vic x

Squirrel x said...

You should be pleased missus, this is stunning. Gorgeous photo, brilliant card. Hugs xx

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Spectacular !!!! I LOVE the layering of the two images from the same place and area. HOW creative!

Janette said...

Gorgeous Jackie,love it..xx

Elizabeth said...

Hi Jackie, I love your card - it's beautiful. The colours in the photos are lovely too. Elizabeth xx

Diane said...

Fabulous idea Jackie, love the pictures, trim and wonderful framing.

Hugs diane

Alison59 said...

Oh well done; it's fab :-)

Jacee said...

How fabulous Jackie, such a great idea beautifully done, love it!
Hugs Jacee
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Myrna said...

Another stunning card!!!
This is so lovely.
Myrna

Stampsnob said...

I was waiting to see how you used this You did not disappoint Stunning>>>>>>>>>>>>Lis

Viv's Visuals said...

Just fabulous Jackie!x

Lesley said...

Another fab card using one of your own photos - best wishes Lesley x

Elizabeth said...

Hi Jackie, many thanks for visiting and leaving your lovely comments. Had to pop back and answer your question about the EM and why he is so referred to. It's a bit of a long story but I'll try to keep it brief. My husband is 10 years older than me and when it was decided that CIBA GEIGY/Novartis should relocate from Macclesfield to Horsham he took early retirement from the management position he was then in. I, of course, carried on working at UMIST in Manchester and because I worked extremely long hours it made sense for my husband to transfer his management skills to looking after house and garden. Someone joked that he had now taken on the job of Estate Manager, a rather grandiose term - our house was a tiny bungalow and the garden was the size of a postage stamp, but the title, the EM, has stuck ever since! It does sound daft in the telling but we get a giggle out of it :) Elizabeth xx

Viv said...

What a great card you made Jackie and with that fabulous panoramic photo of yours too.you are sooo clever ;)enjoy your weekend, hugs Viv xx

Lynsey said...

Wow Jackie, what a stunning card! Your photos look fantastic showcased like this!
Hugs Lynsey x

Inger said...

Such a great idea Jackie!
Beautiful photos and card.
Have a lovely weekend.
♥ Hugs, Inger

Lynne in NI said...

Beautiful card Jackie, what a clever way to use your panoramic pic :)

coops said...

so stunning jackie.your photo looks fantastic ;D

xx coops xx