Sunday, 19 February 2017

Symmetry in Space

Hello friends
Today's card is using one of the Kaleidoscope dies designed by
Lene Lok for Spellbinders and it is called Symmetry in Space.
I've chosen to add a more feminine touch to the design by
reinserting shapes with candy striped paper and adding a flower
(Blooms One) and a leaf.
This is another card that I've selected as a make and take at the NEC
for the next couple of days, I thought it would show that geometrical
dies can be softened.  I really like the design whether it be
'prettied' up or left more masculine.

Symmetry in Space is available to pre-order along with all
of the Kaleidoscope die collection.
I hope to post photos from the NEC here soon but in the meantime
please look out for me on Facebook.
I hope you are all having a good weekend, I shall be missing a roast
dinner today but I'm sure I'll find something nice to compensate!
Take care friends.


  1. Morning Christine.
    A lovely card Thank You.
    Have fun and take care Kitty

  2. Lovely card, so pretty. The pastel stripes make me think of mint rock-don't know why!


  3. Hello Christine
    I love how you paper piece the design makes such an interesting look!
    Sorry about your dinner!
    Love Marg

  4. Beautiful card Christine. Lovely die set too. Have a fab day and enjoy your dinner whatever it maybe xx hazel

  5. Hi Christine
    A lovely fresh, crisp looking card today, I love the White on White with splashes of colour.
    Enjoy NEC.
    Chris xx

  6. Morning Christine,
    A great card, use s different splash of colour leave off the flower and it's a great man card. Hope you are enjoying the NEC.

  7. Hi Christine
    Lovely card so fresh looking.
    Enjoy your dinner whatever it be, at least you are not cooking it . xxx

    Elaine H X

  8. Hi Christine, This card looks so effective with the inserted blocks of patterned paper.
    Enjoy your shows.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

  9. Very interesting card. Like it very much. Thanks for sharing this.

  10. Gorgeous card Christine. Love the pretty striped blocks and your flower x