Apr 29, 2014

Pink Posies :)

Very happy to share that, today my card is being featured at Inspired By Stamping blog. Would like to thank Joanna and IBS team for this opportunity. This card and the co-ordinating box is made by IBS products  such as Spring liliac, Vintage floral paperpads, Sweet Valentine and Butterfly wings Stamp sets

Now onto card :)

Used this pic for inspiration.

The pps from Spring floral and Vintage floral are taken in light mint and baby pink color and matted. Used Picket fence distress stains randomly on pps to tone down their colors. This card front is matted with 6x6 white base cs.

Tore the pp at top left corner and curled up the edges, such that inner pp later is visible. And inbetween that space, tucked a baby pink tulle. Baby pink roses are made using Joy craft die and leaves are made from CLD rose leaf die and muted the color of it by applying picket fence DS on it.

Fillers flowers, mini rose buds are added to create the spray and teeny tiny bow added. Butterflies are heat embossed on vellum and colored with spun sugar Distress ink. Sentiment is stamped on a white vellum and heart pearls are added. Few white pearls as accents.

Box :)

Box and Card:)

This box is so very apt for holding 3dimensional projects such as 6x6 cards. Made a box from 300 gsm kraft cs and used velcro for its closures. On the sides, used CLD tiffany border on white cs. And on top of it, followed the same color scheme as card. Used digital freebies for pps and matted on each other using foam adhesive. Mulberry flowers with candi polka dot centres, a mft florish, grosgrain ribbon and few pearls are added. Sentiment is added on a Venetian label frame and added at centre.

I absoultely enjoyed doing this monochromatic shabby chic project. Hope you like it too!


White Fabriano CS
PPs- IBS - Spring liliac, Vintage floral paperpads
Dies - Joy crafts die, Itsy Bitsy Venetian label frame
Stamps - IBS - Sentiment :Sweet Valentine ,Butterfly - Butterfly wings
Picket fence Distress stain, pearls,vellum, Zing white embossing powder

Box :
Kraft CS
PPs -Digital freebies
Dies - Venetian label frame
Sentiment - IBS Sweet valentine stamp set
Mulberry flowers, candi dots, mft florish, pink pearls, pink grossbrain ribbon

Challenges entered:

Dubai Scrapbooking - Pic inspiration (pic shared above)
Itsy Bitsy - Monochromatic challenge
Crafters corner -  Go 3D (Box for a dimensional card)
613create Avenue - Anything goes


Jasleen Kaur said...

Omg!!! This is Stunning!!! Wow!! Congrats on the IBS feature dear. You rock girl!!

Unknown said...

Sathya the card is simply amazing..

Shylaashree said...

Wow sathya - it is a beautiful project

SUGANTHI said...

So pretty Sathya , The blooms look so full. Congrats on the feature .Love your box too.

Hussena said...

Congrats on being featured in IBS Sathya :) ..Your card and box look just gorgeous !!love your handmade blooms they look so beautiful !

SD pooja said...

Congrats Sathya !! You have created a fabulous shabby chic card complete with box :) Loved the pps n fuller blooms a lot...

Radhika said...

Wow ! Fabulous Sathya.. congrats .. :)

lisa808 said...

Your card and box are both exquisite! Thanks so much for being a GD at IBS.

Aparna Jain said...

Beautiful creation!!

Aparna Jain said...

Awesome work!

Unknown said...

Wonderful card! Fantastic detail! I love all the coordinated items, great job! I would love for you to check out my blog. I'm offering blog candy for followers. http://alllthingsbeautiful.blogspot.com Thank you for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create. Amy A.,DT

Indira Tanwar said...

Congrats Sathya! The card is so gorgeous and the matching box looks great. Good to see your other style of card making. Have always liked your quilling work :)

sachi said...

This is so pretty ...gorgeous flowers ...a very pleasing card !!!

Juliz Design Post said...

Wow, what a beautiful box and card. Congrats on being featured with IBS.
Julie x

lovecraftingpaper said...

Your card and box are gorgeous and I love their romantic colours!

Mariangela ;-)

Shrootzies said...

OMG! Those rosettes are to die for!!

- Shruti