Friday, 15 January 2016

Easel Card

This is the first time I am putting an easel card together. I have done some recycling in the process of making it as well.

I started off with using distress ink(Tim Holtz) on the doily. At the center used the chrysanthemum stencil for embossing. I was planning for  a glittery paste but somehow did not the get the color and texture I was aiming for so to improvise bordered the design with glitter paste. Added few pearls.

I was in a fix what to use for the base. Searched around for patterned papers- nothing matched it, even thought of coloring paper and using it- but was not sure which colors would look good. Finally I got this paper from an old invitation card.  It simply blended so well wiht the card colors I used. So I cut it into shape bordered it with pearls.

Used quilled design (after ages did some quilling) to pep up the card base. Finally added the handwritten sentiment.



 Some closer look.



The colors have not come so good in the snap. It is looking much lighter than it actually is. Will keep trying to get a better snap.


Sending this across following challenges




ICR Indian Flag Colours Blog Hop Jan 2016 LINK PARTY!




25 comments:

  1. Hi Kavita

    A huge welcome to the Snippets Playground - hopw you come back and play with us often! A lovely easel card - I really should be brave and try stenciling again!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  2. Of course, I just remembered you did come to play in the Playground once before with those wonderful little quilled Teddy Bears! xx

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    1. Yes Di you remembered correctly. I visit the Snippets playground regularly, but did not participate often :(. Will try to make I to the playground more frequently :)

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  3. Gorgeous image, love this one. Fabulous design and colour combo..
    xx
     {aNNie}

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  4. What a beautiful creation! I LOVE the amazing texture and shine! Thanks for joining us at House of Cards! Sending HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  5. Gorgeous project! love the sparkle on the stencil!thanks for joining us this week on SImon SAys STamp Monday CHallenge Blog! Barbarayaya

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  6. Very nice easel with stenciling. Thanks for playing along ICR Jan 2106 Bloghop. Good Luck!

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  7. Beautiful Interpretation and lovely play of colours and textures !
    Thanks for playing along at ICR Jan 2016 Bloghop.
    Sharada
    Dt Indian Craft Room

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  8. Beautiful! All the texture is amazing! Thanks for playing along with the House of Cards!

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  9. Nice card, I like the doily with the embossing, lovely :)

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  10. Thank you all for the lovely comments

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  11. Very pretty card... Loved the base you created to showcase the pretty work!!! thanks for playing with us at ICR Blog hop :D

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  12. Nice card Kavitha..love the distressed doily...

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  13. Wow, what a lovely creation! Love all the glimmer, and the quilling is the perfect touch! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us in the House of Cards "Use Embossing and/or Colors" challenge this month!
    Hugs,
    Leslie, HOC DT
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  14. Gorgeous card! Such a unique and clever way to use the doily! Thank you for joining our January Challenge at the House of Cards. Ruza, HOC-Designer
    Ruza's Craft Corner

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