Friday, June 8, 2012

~FREEBIE~ A Palace for you

With all the Jubilee celebrations last weekend I thought I'd use some of the  images and papers that seem to be free  in all the craft magazines at the moment.
I wanted to use the Iron Gates stamp that I designed for Joanna sheen on the Country House stamp sheet , I needed a Palace to go with the gates so I drew this one on the computer.
Please feel free to click on the image, click view image to save the PNG.  It will print out approx  8" wide, or smaller if you wish.

Here's a card I made using the image and the Iron Gates from the Country House stamp sheet

To make this card I first printed out the Palace and coloured it with promarker pens. Then I stamped the gates using versamark ink adding gold embossing powder to the tips of the gate and black to the rest of them.. I stamped and cut out the stone gate posts and stuck them next to the gate.  I used one of my spellbinder nesties to draw around and cut out the shape and mounted it onto black card.   The pretty bunting is a freebie from Crafts Beautiful magazine. 

I made the roses using a spiral die, cutting them out of buckrum.. they are so easy to make and look gorgeous on cards or other projects.

 Thank you for visiting my blog today I hope you like the Freebie.


  1. Fabulous card Sylvie. TFS the image xx Jan

  2. Great freebie thanks Sylvie. Thanks for the mini-tutorial on the roses too :-)

  3. Beautiful card Sylvie, thank you for your freebies too.

  4. Absolutely gorgeous cards on here, love them all. Thanks for the free digis, cats are beautiful. x

  5. Absolutely gorgeous cards on here, love them all. Thanks for the free digis, cats are beautiful. x

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    1. Rosie your comment has gone through 3 times Lol...xx

  7. Thanks so much for the freebie. Love your card!

  8. Impressive palace! I love the roses too! Thanks so much for the ideas and freebie.:)

  9. short note to thank you for sharing all that you do! i used the idea of the tool box that i found here. you can see my card on my blog, if you find the time. thanx again, for sharing all the fun!!

  10. Those roses are clever - I have never heard of a spiral die before. x Jo #84


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