27 Jul 2013

One more Shabby Card

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 You must be wondering ,why  I am making card with same stlye,same theme n even same colors ? well I am not the only one to blame..take a look at photo inspiration at Make My Monday .Its so lovely  and after seeing it ,

Photo Inpiration




 I realized it can be combined with the wonderful sketch by Deepti for Catchy Challenges
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Along with photo n sketch I also had some papers left from my previous shabby  card which could be used here. Back to my card ..

I have drawn inspiration from the mirror , the drapes and flowers.I have used acetate to resemble mirror. traced the sentiment over it with CD marker.


 I have glued three layers of lace at the bottom.The lace was all white ,colored it cream and glued few pearls.
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The metal rim around the sentiment is from an old key-chain ,made a braid using satin ribbon and glued it around the rim to add width to the frame.I have colored it with white acrylic color to make it look shabby .Attached a metal charm to the braid.The flowers are handmade and leaves are hand cut.The card has layers with stitching on them and I have placed a muslin cloth between them. DO tell me how do you like it ..

Whats reused here ?
Acetate from an invite,metal rim from a key chain,charm from old bracelet, old invite for cream colored layer,muslin from an envelope.

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38 comments:

  1. awesome as always pooja,i loved the idea of braid around it.

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  2. such a pretty shabby card pooja, it will really hit

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  3. Oh my goodness!! This is soooooo pretty... Love it to bits. The layers are amazing... You have got to teach me how you come up with such lovely shabby chic designs... You are just getting better and better my friend! :)
    hugs....

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  4. wow...wow....n a big wow....this is sooo beautiful n pretty..loved the beauty u created wid so simple elements....i wonder how u made that oval mirror frame...i thouht it is readymade

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    1. hey pooja...wenevr u take classes of sindhu..remember me tooo....i too wanna learn how to make a shaby card n hw to work wid such soft colors...plz.

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  5. how gorgeous and fabulous!

    your card is a work of art!!!! wow!!!

    thanks so much for playing along with us at Ruby’s Rainbow Challenges!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  6. Gorgeous...as always!! love how you did the ornate oval frame!!

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  7. Lovely card!! it's sooo tempting sweetheart :)

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  8. Pooja you are amazing at this style...superb creation!!

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  9. Simply stunning dear.............love love love it to the core.

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  10. wow.. amazing...Love the mirror,flowers,drapes ..everything...which tool you using for stitches...

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  11. Heehee!!! Good on you doing number 2!!! And also, those flowers you make are awesome....you're so clever:):) lovely, love.y card:):)

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  12. Lovely creation and colouring. Thank you for joining us at CRAFT Challenge this week.

    Jo.

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  13. Its so gorgeous Pooja ..You have nailed the sketch and the inspiration colors so well ..Love how you did the oval frame ..your genius mind always come 's up with something interesting :).. I would never have thought to use an old key chain in this way !

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  14. you are really nailing the shabby cards!

    The card is simply divine.

    Regards,
    Vithya

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  15. Magnificent card. Sensible choice of colours. Charming flowers. Bravo !

    Thanks for joining us at Charisma Cardz this week and see you soon !

    Hugs from France.
    Catherine.

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  16. Absolutely beautiful..I love it to every bit.. specially the flowers..!!!

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  17. Absolutely beautiful..I love it to every bit.. specially the flowers..!!!

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  18. Thank you for joining us at MMM with this gorgeous card, a fabulous interpretation of our inspiration photograph.
    Suzi B x

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  19. Thats a very lovely card Pooja... Am very poor at Shabby chic n vintage styles... Loved the way you have interpreted the sketch.
    The braid around the sentiment is a great idea...
    I just realised am not a follower of ur blog.. Happy to be a new follower..

    Hugs
    CAtherine

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  20. Ur shabby chic style is becoming THE style, this is soo much sweeter than the pink card. Love very details, n do give a tute for the handmade roses, it's soo chic. Love it dear. Don't forget the roses

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  21. Awesome card again. Colors are so soft and pretty.

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  22. A really pretty shabby style card and just love the ruffled lace detail.
    Thanks for joining in with our MMM photo inspiration challenge.
    Fliss x

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  23. Gorgeous work! I love the amazing textures and details! :)

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  24. A gorgeous interpretation of the theme - thanx for joining us at Make My Monday.
    Hugz, Jan (DT) xx

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  25. Gorgeous and beautiful as always :)

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  26. I missed this post.Don't know why!Love the colours you chose.So soothing and truly shabby.Great idea of using the metal key ring.Those handmade flowers are lush.Shabby is your calling.lol

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  27. Pooja! :D Outstanding creation! Thank you so much for joining us at Catchy Challenges. Good luck.. :)

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  28. hey girl! Thank you so much for leaving lovely comments on my blog :)

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  29. Beautiful card! Love the flowers!
    Thanks for joining us at Charisma this week. Stop by later today for a new challenge! :-)

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  30. Thank you pooja , for visiting my blog an leaving such lovely comments, thats a beautiful card, your pink floral hues and textures are just irresistible , am green with envy :)))Do you work in TCS , i was an ex employee of TCS a while ago ,worked with them for almost 5 years :)

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  31. Oh my Pooja as usual a very stunning card in soft shades from u. Thanks so much for joining us at Catchy Challenges. All the best!

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  32. stylist ...good choice of colours.thanks for joining at catchy challenge.
    megha

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  33. so so pretty card! your concepts are amazing !

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  34. Congrats, Pooja on winning at the Charisma challenge :). Such a superb and a lovely card

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