14 Jan 2015

Shabby chic Best Wishes

Side View
Hello friends !  Sharing a shabby chic card today.

Front View

I keep seeing so many beautiful and intricate die-cut butterflies on various cards ,and was inspired to try n cut one .
Handcut Butterfly

how is it? 2.5" wide ,kept it large to be on safer side.

Crushed velvet flock
 I wanted some texture on it ,soft n delicate just like real one, Crushed velvet flock were just perfect for it.I received it as part of Giveaway long back never used it ,Was waiting for good idea. I used 3 colors from the pack white,light and dark pink loved the velvety texture.glued small flat base pearls on the antenna.
   
Card Supplies
 Now assembling the card !
For the background I applied texture paste through stencil and then sprayed  LSG starburst spray in the center.Layered gauze then handcut ,heat embossed oval frame.Adhered the butterfly in center of the frame.
For the base drew strips with water color pencil on scrap paper and went over it with damp brush.Tore the scrap in center and curled the edges.


Side View


Embellished with small handmade flowers and leaves.Stamped the sentiment on paper strip and adhered it on the card with foam tape.
Handmade flowers
 Made a Matching box-envelope for the card.
card with matching box-envelope


Supplies used :

Stamp- Happy Occasions Sentiments from IBS. 
Stencil : Prima Designer Stencil Circle Lattice
Inks: Memento tuxedo black,spun sugar DI
Sprays : Lindy's Stamp gang Starburst Ramblin rose pink
Doodlebug Crushed Velvet flock
Camlin watercolor pencils
punches : small 5 petal punch
pollens : local buy
Texture paste: talc + white glue + acrylic color


Linking it to :
   The Card Concept : #26 Happy One Year Anniversary! (Shabby chic style inspired by colors ,flowers n pinstrips)
http://thecardconcept.blogspot.in/2015/01/card-concept-100-happy-one-year.html
Crafty Cardmaker : # 130 Something Old Something new (old- heat embossing supplies, new- velvet flock)
613 Avenue create : # 106 (stenciling,sprays,handmade flowers,heat embossing,water colors,simple stamping)
NBUS : # 3 (Used crushed velvet flock for first time)
http://www.djkardkreations.com/2015/01/happy-new-year-2015-nbus-challenge-3.html
My Time to craft : #274 Strips

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful card, Pooja. Love the texture on your butterfly and colors are so..... awesome!!

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  2. What a gorgeous card, Pooja. There are so many WOW elements here. The hand cut butterfly, and the custom created patterned paper plus your flowers look just like the store bought ones. Absolutely beautiful embellishing! Love this!!

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  3. This is so beautiful.......love the finished hand cut butterfly!

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  4. Great textures...Wonderful composition and those flowers....my god...such beauties... :)Great monochromatic card...Love this series of monochromatic card of urs!!! Keep Rocking girlie!!!

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  5. Awesome pooja....loved the way u create ur own cut butterfly ..then added velvet flock to enhance its beauty...n the oval frame n BG...everything is created by your own and everything is marvellous... Grt..!!

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  6. Wow! This is so gorgeous with all the layering and your HAND CUT bfly - amazing!

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  7. Oh wow, this is stunning!! I can't believe you hand-cut the butterfly - it is amazing!! The flowers and colors are beautiful!! Love this!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  8. I love the colours you have used and the fact you hand cut the butterfly....beautiful. What a wonderful way to use the flock.

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  9. Your handcut butterfly is gorgeous pooja. .love the card and the matching envelope. .lovely texture on the card!

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  10. Beautiful! LOOOVE the flocked butterfly--- looks totally brill against your MM bg:):)

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  11. Very pretty card! Lovely work in hand cutting the butterfly! :)

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  12. Ah ! This is stunning, love the beautiful pinks and pop of yellow from the flowers :) simply gorgeous !

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  13. Oh, wow, Pooja, I feel like I am peeking over the wall into a garden in Paradise with that extraordinary butterfly and blossoms in those gorgeous colors! And even a box-envelope, too! You are an amazing crafter!! Thank you so much for joining in my NBUS Challenge #3!!

    And, yippie, I am your 200th follower!! Congratulations!! Thank you for the compliment of following me, too! It's a pleasure to meet you and I hope to see you again soon!! Hugs, Darnell

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  14. beautiful butterfly!! nice work with the texture... lovely card..

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  15. Lovely card Pooja. Hand cut butterfly..??? Just awesome.

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  16. Delicate and gorgeous textured butterfly and hand cut, Awesome! Love the velvet look in the different shades of pink with beautiful handmade flowers!!!

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  17. Very pretty, gorgeous butterfly! Thank you for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More for our 'Something Old, Something New' challenge! Hugs, Pamellia DT :)

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  18. Very pretty, love the big butterfly and fab flowers. Thanks for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create Challenge this week
    Hugs,
    Sandy

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  19. Gorgeous card and love how you cut that butterfly yourself! Thanks for playing along at Crafty Cardmakers and More... Bec DT

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  20. This is so pretty. Love the texture and thanks for the lovely pictorial tutorial.

    Thanks for sharing with us

    Lin
    Crafty Cardmakers and More

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  21. You hand cut the butterfly? Awesome job! Also awesome is the final project, gorgeous in every way! Especially loving the bg you created, and how it is your interpretation of the challenge photo. A winner in my world!

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  22. Gorgeous! Thanks so much for playing along with The Card Concept!

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  23. Wow! This is just awesome. Superb job at hand cutting that butterfly. I really wouldn't have guessed that, I thought it's a die cut ! Overall, an absolutely stunning card !!

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  24. This is such a wonderfully colored and constructed card. It's as fresh as a slice of ripe watermelon!

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