30 Jun 2014

Best Wishes

Best Wishes card front View
Yes.. Back to Shabby card :) !!
 I started with a pp with delicate design,Distress Ink and a diecut lace border.


I have used Distress ink  as water color to create the drips on pp.Inked the border die-cut on edges and layered it on a golden glitter paper strip.
Best Wishes card side View
 Embellished it with handmade blooms and inked vellum leaves.

Best Wishes card side View
 For the bigger rose I have misted a white handmade paper with diluted acrylic color and smaller ones are made using chart paper.

Handmade roses

Stamped the sentiment on banners  and finished of with pearls n a beaded chain.

Best Wishes card lying flat
 Before I end this post I have to thanks two lovely ladies Hussena for her beautiful Inspirations and Sathya for the wonderful RAK.You both have taught so much through your work THANK YOU..!

Supplies Used :
PP and Diecut lace border - RAK from Sathya.
Golden glitter Paper
Distress Ink - Peacock feathers
Memento Ink- Lilac posies ,Bamboo Leaves,Tuxedo black
Stamps - Happy Occasions Sentiments from IBS.
Pearls n beaded chain

Linking it to :

Lulupu : # 33 Inspired by New Lulupu Logo (blue ,pink,yellow,orange,green + banners)
Kraft Zone : Anything goes with dies and Pattern Paper
Imaginations : # 1 Anything goes with Distress Ink
613 Avenue Create : # 78 Anything goes
Paper Crafting Challenges : # 13 Anything goes



31 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous, the bleeding colors and the beaded strings, how artistic and pretty :)

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  2. What a beauty Pooja...you really weave magic with media...love the blooms, the glitter and the dripping ink!!

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  3. So pretty.I love how the colours of the embellishments contrast so well with the background.Awesome card.The glitter strip was a brilliant idea.It perfectly complements the card in my opinion.It would have never occurred to me to use it.:-)

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  4. Beauty! Beauty! This just caught my attention, pooja...everything abt this card is WOW!

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  5. This is so, so beautiful. I love the idea of that diluted ink dripping down, looks lovely. And as always, your handmade flowers are to die for. I think I can just go on about every detail on your card because I love everything about it :)

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  6. beautiful card!! nice flowers...
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  7. This is absolutely stunning! Love the flowers and the droplets of ink are so pretty.


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  8. Very beautiful card pooja!!! Love the dripping color and blooms!! Awesome work!!!

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  9. it is so pretty pooja, the dripping effect is awesome

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  10. WOW! What a gorgeous card this is, Pooja. I was just looking at your handmade blooms and thinking to myself that your roses look so realistic and beautiful and then I scrolled down and see my name mentioned in your post. Thank you so much for it.
    But, you know what ?! It's you inspires me with your beautiful and unique creations whether it's the shabby chic style, or watercoloring, or your hand-drawn images. You offer such variety of things in your blog.It's always a treat to drop by here! :)

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  11. this is lovely card pooja n as always i love ur flowers ..superb

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  12. Wow! You always amaze me with your hand created flowers...these look gorgeous. And I have to say I have NEVER seen Distress ink look sooo good as drips....lovely card:):)

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  13. Awesome card, Pooja, you never disappoint me with your creativity, always there is something new and wonderful to see. Dripped color look so... artsy!!
    Love this card with new lulupu logo colors. Thank you for joining us at challenge #33

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  14. Super elegant! I like the dripping of colors. Thanks SO much for joining the fun at Lulupu. Good luck.. :)

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  15. Hi, Pooja! How do you come up with such marvelous card designs! Love this, and the brilliant colors. Thank you for describing how it all came together. Did you use a brush to let the colors run, or did you use an eye-dropper? LOVE your techniques, and I have pinned this for ideas in the future. I fall in love with all your designs, Pooja. hugs, de

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  16. LOVELY, just LOVELY!!! Thanks for joining us at Paper Crafting Challenges!


    Oh, I have BLOG Candy, here is what you do, just comment back on the Paper Crafting Challenges Blog and say "Kim made me DO it" All comments will be in a drawing for a bundle from me, so far I have 2 stamp sets and a Memory box "celebrate" stencil, and I am compiling more throughout out the challenge... So please comment!!
    Thanks for joining us!!!

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  17. Oh my. What lovely drips! Combined with your pretty flowers and vellum leaves and gold.... Oh my loving it all

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  18. Ooooh...those drips are perfection! LOVE the bright and bold colours on your gorgeous card!

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  19. Wow!! once again a lovely and inspiring project dear!! it's soooo eye soothing! Brilliantly executed.

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  20. This is stunning Pooja! I just love the simplicity of your cards ! the drips look so amazing!
    Thank you for participating at Lulupu challenge #33! looking forward to see more from you in the next challenge!

    P.S- I love you card Pooja ..esp for it being so different! beautiful colours! Now this one is a followers comment ;)

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  21. Beautiful card! Love the flowers and dripping from card. Have a great week! :)

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  22. Very nice card. Handmade blooms n dripping ink looks pretty. Thanks for playing along with Kraftzone challenge #6 ..Good luck :)

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  23. u come up wid a brilliant idea each time pooja... the neatness, simplicity and uniqueness of dis card stands out. All the best for challenges

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  24. You are always creative in your creation:) beautiful blooms and beautiful card altogether :)

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  25. This is so gorgeous Pooja ..sry i missed this post of yours.. :)

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  26. Wow pooja....this is simply beautiful....loved the dripping inked BG pretty much...so unique n the roses u made are awesome.....and the beaded chain is like a extra extra cheese on pizza..(I love extra cheese...;) ...). Totally adorable....I missed so many posts of urs in these months but ll definitely go thru them.

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  27. Beautiful card, Pooja :) You are creating beauties as usual :)

    Btw, email me your mailing address please! craftvithme@gmail.com

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  28. Beautiful card! really so stunning! I have come here from Jaya's blog and will definitely scoot around! ;-)

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  29. Amazing card, Pooja! I like the effect which gave the blue ink here. You are so creative!

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  30. Oh wow, this is stunning...the colours are amazing and love the way you attached the beads.

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  31. Gorgeous card. Flowers are very nice.

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