22 Oct 2016

PABD DT Post

Hello Friends ! Sharing second batch of inspirations for PABD this month. Made three cards using the latest release.
I have gone soft and subtle with first card.The background is created using beaded Stencil and layered stitched bubble die-cut over it.


 The butterflies are from Doodled Butterfly set and so is the sentiment.


Linking this card to:
Glitter and Sparkle : Anything goes
Butterfly challenge  : #65 Butterfly + H is for hoops(Stenciled bg has rings)
Grab the Badge

For my next card I used the negative of fern flourish die (By now you must have known I love using negative of die-cuts more than the positives).



 Its a clear shaker card. I have stitched two acetate sheets together with some sequins sandwiched between them.


You can see some the sequins inside the ferns in this picture


Linking this card to :
Crafty sentiments Challenge : Anything goes 
#159 Crafters Cafe Challenge : Use a new technique (created a clear shaker card,first time) 

Third and the final card for October is simplest.Created the texture by applying texture paste through abstract triangles stencil.


I wanted all the focus to be on fern die-cut so kept the design very clean.


The sentiment is from Stringy text set.


I hope you enjoyed the post and loved my cards .

Linking this card to :
Addicted to Stamps and More : #216 Anything goes 


HLS October Anything goes with dies challenge
 

Sieze the Birthday : Anything Birthday goes

31 comments:

  1. All the cards are pretty..last one is my fav..fern flourish die is pretty cool..and love the butterflies...
    love
    Richa

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  2. All your three cards are so fabulous, Pooja. I totally love your third card. Very classy & elegant and love the shaker pocket you created for your second card.

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  3. Awesome cards, Pooja! I really loved the first one, with those pretty butterflies. The last one looks so elegant with the white and textured look - amazing!
    Also, thank you so much for playing with us over at Seize the Birthday!
    - Ashwini, Seize the Birthday DT

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  4. Wow, you really are keeping busy! A wonderful set of cards, just lovely! hugs :)

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  5. Beautiful cards Pooja! The butterfly one is so delicate and pretty. Love the bubble die cut! Great shaker card, using the negative piece of the fie. My favorite is your third. Love the textured background and the fern just pops.

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  6. Wow, all three are absolutely stunning, Pooja!! I love the designs of each one!! The clear shaker card is amazing!! Love these!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  7. Hello Pooja, welcome to my Butterfly Challenge. I don't think you have played before. I love your pretty butterfly card and I can just see some blue harebell colour so your card will be counted in twice for the prizes. I like very much the hoop design on the background. Hugs Mrs A.

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  8. Wow pooja amazing cards! 3rd is my favorite

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  9. Awesome cards,love your CAS design and texture and the awesome bright colors,at the last card...Thank you for joining us at ATSM
    Željka DT

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  10. 3 stunning cards Pooja, I love the second one with the stitched acetate, looks like we both are into acetate!

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  11. Beautiful collection of cards~fabulous designs!
    Thanks so much for joining in the challenge at Seize the Birthday!
    Sherrie K
    Surprise Guest Designer

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  12. Oh wow. They are all so beautiful Pooja. :)

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  13. I always love your designs - such beautiful projects - I hope you join us again at Addicted to Stamps and More

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  14. Love, love, love how you've used the vellum....that top one with the butterflies....WOW. I thought they were die cuts! And the shaker pocket one is so bright and happy & the last is just a classic card. BEAUTIFUL!!!

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  15. What a wonderful post you have today Pooja! The background on your first card is so cool and nothing I have ever seen before! So original! Your shaker pocket is truly unique as well. Your final card's background is so great with the embossing paste! Super job and thrilled to see you in the gallery again at Seize the Birthday!

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  16. Three entirely different cards, all super. Glad to see your new-to-you shaker card. Join us again at the Crafters Café, CarolG

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  17. Absolutely fabulous all your cards! Especially love the acetate one!

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  18. Oh my ! Super gorgeous cards, Pooja. LOVE all three of them. Can't choose my favorite. All three are so different from each other and so, so beautiful.

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  19. Wow...all three cards are superb and the acetate card is my fav. .

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  20. Wow, you've been busy! All of your cards are gorgeous and I love your use of the negative of die cuts as well as the positive. Thanks for joining us this week over at Seize The Birthday :)

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  21. WOW! These are all stunners Pooja! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. I really appreciate everyone who has stopped by knowing I am only able to return comments at the moment! Have a wonderful evening! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  22. Oh my gosh!! I am loving each of these cards! The second one being my favorite! Also love the first and the third! Happy Diwali to you Pooja!! :)

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  23. Beautiful cards Pooja!! Love the shaker card!!

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  24. Sigh...... your cards are always so amazing! I love each and every one of them. The acrylic one is incredible!

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  25. OMG!!! Awesome cards Pooja... Love the way you design your cards.. so clever..Thank you so much for joining us at Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies challenge.

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  26. What a fun shaker concept! And I just love your white geometric/gold! Great makes! Hugs, Autumn

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  27. WOW such pretty and stylish creations
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  28. fabulous cards pooja, sequins with acetate and CAS design and the use of fern diecut is amazing

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