Saturday, 23 August 2014

Misted and stamped background

Hi friends..am back with my 2nd post  today this card is for Lulupu challenge  ..
 i have made a homemade ink spray by following deeptis video tutorial..Thanks deepti for the tutorial..
First i have sprayed the homemade ink spray and then stamped the flowers ,leaves and frame stamps using memento dew drop desert sand to create the background.. and gave torn edges and glued on the brown card stack with torn edges and glued it on card base..
on the top i have cut a white card stack and sponged with rich cocoa and stamped sunflower and simple sentiment hello..and finally embellished with brown card stack punched flowers n pearls..

Linking to :
Lulupu challenge-37 background stamps and mists / sprays.

Hope you like it..
Thanks for stopping by ..have a nice day ..:)

28 comments:

  1. the torn edges look pretty cool

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  2. This is a brilliant vintage card Radhika, fabulous distressed details.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. I really admire you for pulling off different styles so well. Love this fantastic vintage card!

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  4. Wow, Radhika , this card is beautiful ! Love the antique look .Thank you so much for sharing.

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  5. So pretty and artistic! thanks for sharing!

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  6. Beautiful vintage card and I'm glad that my video helped you to make your own ink sprays. Thanks so much for joining the fun at Lulupu. Good luck.. :)

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  7. Love the way youve added softer stamped images and then added a focal image on top. Despite using earthy colours there is a lovely warm feeling to this card. Thank you for joining us at Lulupu.

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  8. What a lovely card!! I like the distressed edges of the paper :) great design as well !

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  9. What a lovely card Radhika ..The soft background stamping and the way you have used your blooms looks so pretty !!
    Thank you so much for playing along Lulupu# 37 and Best of Luck :)

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  10. Love the vintage feel to this card Radhika! And the torn edges are yummm! You have really pulled off this card so well!
    Thank you for playing along Lulupu Challenge#37!

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Thank you for the lovely comments ..

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