Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Trinitage Alpine Winter

Trinitage download sheets, I made and easel card and an A6 card to show you how to make them up, the sheets can be downloaded here

The side view of the easel card shows how the layers sit one on top of the other.



Each sheet makes 2 cards below gives 2 views of how the rectangle pieces from the sheet made an A6 size card.



11 comments:

MD said...

Bravo, belle réalisation MD

Sheila - Ginger said...

Jak these are wonderful cards and I'm so pleased you've shared them with us as I have bought the trinitage offer and was wondering how it was done......being the numpty that I am! Lol!
Thanks again.

Love Sheila xx

Anonymous said...

Stunning, a beautiful scene
Also love Jack yesterday, how he is growing

Audrey.....beachie
JS forum

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Gorgeous Cards Jak! I love the dimensions ~jeni :)

Anonymous said...

Great cards Jak, and simple to make. Thanks for showing us how to make them up, as I couldnt understand the 3 smaller bits on the side, lol.

Sue said...

Great card Jak,love the scene.
Sue

Christine said...

I loved working these Trinitage sheets, well done Jak. Here is a link to my blog with the ones i've made too.

http://craftalongwithcas.blogspot.com/2010/08/cards-i-made-using-some-of-jak-heaths.html

Mad Mary said...

Gorgeous Jak, got my sheets but at the moment i just don't feel like crafting but boy when i do i have plenty to play with.Thanks for showing your wolderful cards.

Mary x

Aussie Loz said...

WOW! I lvoe the easel card one Jak.. that little scene looks lovely! ♥

maggiemac said...

Hi, I have just bought the trinitage offer because they are the sort of cards that I like to receive. Thank you

Anonymous said...

ha, I am going to test my thought, your post give me some good ideas, it's truly awesome, thanks.

- Murk