Friday, 27 November 2009
A challenging commision
Their is a story linked to this card, my husband's father passed away recently and I made a thank you card for my husbands place of work following a very kind donation to the primrose hospice in Dad's memory. Everyone loved the thank you cards and this has led to a cascade of orders for christmas cards. My hubby's boss asked if he could phone and ask for a very special card for his 8 year old granddaughter who is blind. I have tried to make this card as tactile as possible whilst keeping it linked to the festive season, i was thinking this could be a christmas party dress.
I have used a purple base card with a three quarter fold back, matted and layered with purple mirri and a snowflake background. I have used brads to attatch snow flakes so that they can be turned, pom pom's for snow balls and gems for a raised tactile feel to the surface of the card. I have also created some bead work along the side that moves up and down the wire. The dress is very touchy feely with feathers,sequins and a bow.
I hope and pray that my hubby's boss will be thrilled with the effect that i have created.
Please leave any feed back, all comments are valued, i tried not to over load her sence of touch by putting to much onto the card, but still wanted her to feel special when she opens her card from her Nannie and Grandad.