Sandy with a couple more Teresa Collins cards created to showcase die-cuts from the Posh and Timeless collections.
One of the things I love about her design are the variety of shapes and labels. They often feature curves which create a sense of movement when placed against a square or rectangle cardbase.
My second card has a hot pink label that really pops against the the grey background. It's balanced by the strong silhouette of a victorian-style side chair whose back was embellished with a tiny cameo.
As a design element, chairs could be my equivalent of the butterfly if only more manufacturers released scrapbooking collections with them. Dreaming of the day when I see papers with Vernon Panton's S-Chair or Charles & Ray Eames' LCW . . .