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Sunday, June 13, 2010

Sweet Pea Stamps Customer Blog Challenge - Anything Goes

Hello there second post of the day  and boy am I excited to share this one with you. I made this one for the customer challenge on the Sweet Pea Stamps blog, I decided to do a shabby chic card using lots of techniques to challenge myself as much as anything.

I stamped the image using Aged Mahogony distress ink onto watercolour paper. Then I used my waterbrush to bring the ink out into the image. I then went over with a bit more ink if I wanted more definition. I then outlined the image with white inksentials ink pen. I then used a Distress crackle glaze over the image. I distressed the sides with my scissors and inked.

I distressed my MME papers with the same distress ink and I added some copper paint dauber too. I added a sentiment from my recent grab bag from the shop. I also added lots of embellishments from my stash.


It would be great to know if you think I have captured that Shabby Chic look. Thanks for stopping by today. I really appreciate it. Hugs Pascale

9 comments:

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Pascale.

Hugs Riet.xx

Juls said...

what a stunning way to make a monochrome card, I love it!! hugs Juls

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Pascale,
I love the girly colour on this card. the image is so sweet and the layout is fabulous. Brilliant.
Hugs,
Fiona x

www.alittlethisandalotofthat.blogspot.com said...

OMG I think you found shabby chic.... is a beautiful card....

Harriet

Anne said...

I swear to god Pascale I did exactly this myself the other day but it didn't work for me so I gave up! You captured it so beautifully - I think this is fantastic!! Hugs xxx

Diamond Doll said...

Fab distressed card Pascale,it certainly looks shabby chic to me.
(hugs)
Trish (-:

KymKreates said...

wow it is just lovely! All of the different techniques!!! I had better get my butt in gear and get mine done!

Kym

Netty said...

Totally gorgeous. Annette x

Micki said...

Oh wowsers girl! I absolutely LOVE it. What an awesome card. Yes, it's uber cool & shabby chic and I'm so going to try this technique. Thanks for playing along with us at Sweet Pea Stamps!

hugs