17 Aug 2013

Thank you card

Front View
Hello friends..I am still here.. n still stuck with soft pastels...

Side View
Thankfully not pink n cream this time..The card is based on sketch from Mojo Monday and colors are from Inspired by IBSIC # 61 .Its pretty much similar to monochromatic card  that I made earlier..n that's the reason..I didn't post anything for long..getting similar ideas..with same color schemes..

Side view 2
Stitching is done on sewing machine.Diamond bg  made with texture paste n stencil.Added a hand cut doily and some muslin cloth for textures .

lying flat

Made some tissue paper flowers and colored its edges with water color.leaves are also cut from tissue paper.Added some swirls.Finished off with some pearls n corsage pins.DO tell me how you like it ..Suggestions are always welcome.

Whats reused here ?
Invite (plane side) to make the green panels , muslin from an envelop,beads to make corsage pins are from old bracelet.

Linking it to :
Mojo Monday : 306

 Inspired by Stamping : challenge # 61
http://inspiredbystamping.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/ibsic-_611.png
For the Love of Crafting : Challenge #18 Expressions
Sister Act Card Challenge : Challenge # 20

P.S : As I haven't posted anything quilled for long time and posting mostly cards So, I have changed my blog title to "Reusing with Cards n Quilling".

33 comments:

  1. Beautiful and elegant! Love the pastel colors :)

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  2. First of all,Congrats on the new blog header..I think it's totally appropriate :)..I think I need to do same with mine also ,as I hardly post any quilled creation's now.
    Your card today looks gorgeous ..Just love the subtle color's and the beautiful way you have layered it..That harlequin background you have created looks 'Wow' and I really appreciate it more because I know you have not used any branded supplies but your own home-made ones to make it !..Your'e such an inspiration :)

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  3. Yey Pooja!! This is wonderful ya. Love the bg and colors.. :)

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  4. Love the colours chosen, the diamond bg is simply stunning, totally an awesome card :)

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  5. Hi Pooja, lovely shade of green on the Bg...and did you say handmade doily? awesome!!

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  6. Your card is gorgeous and I love the colors you have used. Beautifully created.
    Sandy

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  7. such a beautiful card, i love the soft colors :) so glad you linked up with us on IBS.

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  8. Perfct blend of subtle colours,U know Pooja whenever I drop by ur blog,I feel really connected..We both use almost all homemade alternatives rather than the branded supplies,and it relates and encourages me :).Loved ur little colour divertion from the last few post,and its amazing..And yes,the new blog name rocks :D!

    Happy Crafting Girl,do take part in BGC's current Latte challenge.Would love to see your creation :)

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  9. Pooja, it looks very beautiful! I simply can't bring myself to create scrapbook type of projects (plus I have a problem with making cards...), but it's always a pleasure to admire yours!

    Keep creating and inspiring!
    Manu

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  10. Wow!!! beautiful card indeed. Stitching used is adding more charm to it.
    Blog renamed with your creativity :)

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  11. Lovely colors...Love the bg and Handwritten sentiment...

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  12. beautiful card, love the colors !!!!
    Paula

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  13. I love the soft colours used and I can see the amount of work gone into making this as well as the fine eye for detail.No wonder this is a masterpiece.

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  14. This is so pretty! I love everything about your card! WOW! Hugs, Joanna

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  15. Heehee! I LIKE the name change...& so perfect:):) Like your card..you do soft colours beautifully & that diamond masking looks gorgeous against the flowers:):)

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  16. Your card is just lovely and if you've made similar ones I bet they are just as lovely! Thanks for joining us at IBS.

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  17. This is beautiful. You always make your card look gorgeous with your handmade embellishments.

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  18. lovely card pooja, soft colours are attractive

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  19. Wow. This is soooooo soft and pretty. Lovely textures too! You do lovely work with pastels...something I find challenging!

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  20. Your new blog title was the first thing I noticed. :)
    Those diamonds really caught my eye. At first, I wasn't sure how you did it. I thought maybe you cut them out, distressed them and glued them down. I see that's not the case though! I love the effect. Thanks so much for joining us at IBS. :)

    And thank you for leaving love at my own blog, too! Your comments always make me smile.

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  21. Oh, Pooja! This is gorgeous! LOVE the textures in the harlequin shapes, and your lovely floral arrangements. A beautiful card! (and pinned, too, because it is too beautiful to not pin). So lovely in the soft, peaceful pastels. Gorgeous! hugs, de

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  22. Very attractive card. I love those colors you have used and the tissue paper flower looks great.

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  23. Girl, you are totally nailing Shabby Chic these days. Love the little stenciling work with harlequins.

    and what is that mesh on your card?? Love it

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  24. Such a beautifully delicate card, and love the quilled flourishes! Thanks for joining us at Sister Act Card Challenge :)

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  25. You make your cards look so pretty and amazing. I love the elegant look, the colors, the textures... basically everything about it :)

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  26. wow pooja...love the soft shades...the card looks sooo very elegant...love hw u manage to work n create such beautiful creations only wid ur homemade products....hatsoff to u dear.

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  27. Gorgeous card! Love the different textures and the soft colors used.

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  28. Wow... Lovely colours... Love the textures you created... Thank you for playing along ' For the Love of Crafting'

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  29. This is so beautiful Pooja and yes about the blog title we often start with something and later evolve..I started my blog to share a couple of cards and school projects and now share all kinds of crazy crafts!
    You rock with pastel shades

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  30. your textures paste cards are awesome .. i feel jealous i dont have enough time these days to experiment :D

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  31. :D Thank you so much for playing along with us at 'For the love of crafting'.. Good luck.. :)

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  32. I love the texture! Really lovely colors, pastels are so nice!

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