Monday, 11 March 2013

In Love with Cards !!!

Hello Everyone 

Just another card. This piece of work carries lots of details and I really Liked the final outcome.

Warning - Picture heavy post ( I guess most of my post comes with this warning :P )

Have a look -


Back ground is super inky. There is loads of stamping , distressing and embossing done on the background. 
For background I have used a plain white card stock ..( Firstly ) Stamped  it with gathered twigs distress inks & stamp which I have used is  music vintage script. Then I distressed the whole background using fried burlap distress inks and finally distressed the edges with vintage photo .


Here comes the second layer of stamping - for this I  have used Hero arts clings stamps. I have stamped these flower patterns with rusty hinge distress inks and it looks absolutely perfect and totally loved the color combinations . 

And Lastly I have stamped these butterflies using versamark embossing ink & gold embossing powder . Heat set it !



After embossing I have colored the stamped background with gold acrylic color added some glitter and little bit of pencil shading with orange color . And for butterflies I have used ripe permission and Gathered twigs distress inks to color and Finally I have covered the butterflies with a coat of glossy accents .


And finally coming over to the love of my Hand made flowers , small ones are punched and the big one I have used a Die . Love the big flower distressed it with vintage photo and lastly as always glimmer misted .Oops I forgot to mention have added cute little pearl head pins absolutely adorable ...



Sentiment is from Kaisercraft .!! Pheww that was all for today, Hope you all liked it .

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14 comments:

  1. Omg !!! Tats a lot of distressing n stamping.. Totally love it.. Awesome color combo too.. In love wit ur music script stamp..

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  2. BEAUTIFUL card! Love all the distressing and stamping. The hand made bloom is gorgeous..so are the heat embossed butterflies...lovely colour combo as well.

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  3. Wowwwww...Love it always as ur stamping,distressing,color combo,handmade flowers r so so catchy,Isha :)

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  4. Wow ! The butterflies caught my eye as soon as I saw your post ! I loved what you have done for the background a lot !

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  5. You are crazy talented.I am sure you know that.Very beautiful card.Love the butterflies.My weakness.:-)

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  6. Absolutely freaking awesome!! Beyond amazing!! love the layering of stamps and inks!!

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  7. Wow... this is one grand display of stamping... you've really hit the spot with the challenge! And it's a very beautiful creation. Well done!
    Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

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  8. wow ....u ve put so much into this one...extremely beautiful and neat :)

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  9. Wow wow wow! What a gorgeous creation! Loved all the details. Thank you so much for joining us at 'For the love of crafting'. Good Luck.. :)

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  10. Gorgeous Card.. I love how you have stamped & distressed the background.. & the gold embossing adds a touch of glamour...
    Thank you for joining us at 'For the love of crafting'.

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  11. You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find
    this matter to be actually something that I think I would never
    understand. It seems too complicated and very broad for me.
    I am looking forward for your next post, I'll try to get the hang of it!

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  12. You work is gorgeous!...Such a beautiful color combination and loved your stamping and embossing!..Its really fabulous work...!!

    Thank you so much for playing along 'Crafter's Corner' # 6 & Best of luck! :)

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  13. awwwww......dont have words for this card.....amazing colors with excellent stamping....gorgeous embellishments .....thanks for playing with us at crafters corner challenge#6..all the very best....www.crafterscorner.in
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