Wednesday, 30 August 2017

One card many techniques

Hello frens,

Today I have a quick card for you all where i have tried to put many techniques in a single card.Let me show you the card first and then talk more on this.





So here is my card where You can notice I have done some stenciling, stamping, coloring , distressing and trying few new techniques like giving crackle effect.I have used different products from different brands for this card but my main inspiration behind the card was Altenew  August 2017 Challenge



Here's how I have made this card...So i took a main cardbase and distressed a little on the borders with peeled paint distress oxide ink.Then i have put a Kraft card stock on top of it where i have done stenciling using TCW Art is stencil,I have used finnabair modelling paste for that.

The flower in the center is from Altenew stamp set Dahlia blossoms,I stamped the flower on separate sheet,have also done gold heat embossing in the inner petals before water coloring it with peeled paint distress oxide ink.After that i added  Rangers Crackle accent on top of it..You can see the effect in close up pics here.



In the center I have added a white cardstock where i have used walnut stain distress oxide ink again,added an organza ribbon to keep my card with Altenew theme.

Sentiment is from Just right stamps.I also added some cup sequins in the end to the card to keep gold green theme .I am below adding pics of material used 





Hope u all enjoyed my card as I did.I am also entering this card to Altenew Challenge.

Happy crafting
Anushree


8 comments:

  1. so pretty :) love the stenciling in the background
    hugs
    preeti

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  2. Beautiful card Anushree �� Liked the textured BG and Colors of flower !!

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  3. This is lovely !its a pleasure dropping in at your blog !
    cheers

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    1. Aww Sharada u a sweetheart...thnks for kind words.

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  4. So many wonderful techniques and such a wonderful result, your card is absolutely beautiful!

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