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Saturday, January 30, 2016

You are special


Hello friends,
I was experimenting with the stuff I had and the end result was really something that made me happy. Hope it will bring smile on your face too.


I started with a piece of white card stock and used fluorescent pink to create a checks on it. After it was done,i was not happy as the pink was very vibrant and i wanted a soothing pink, so I took vellum sheet of same size and stuck it over. It really beautified my background. I then used rose stamp from my own collection and stamped randomly all over vellum sheet. Took another rose stamp and stamped it on white card stock. Used fabercastle connector pens and glitter pens to color the rose. I took a glossy sheet and wrote the sentiment on it. Used bakers twine to tie around the sheet. Used foam tape to assemble the sentiment and rose in center. After the panel was ready assembled it over another white blank card.
My 2016 recipe for lulupu challenge is as under
2- stamps
0- washi tape
1 - pattern paper
6- stamped image
Hope you guys liked it. Leave some love in comments.
Entering this card to:
https://craftyscrappers.wordpress.com/2016/01/22/challenge6-pretty-in-pink//

http://lulupu.blogspot.in/2016/01/challenge-57-2-0-1-6-recipe-challenge.html?m=1
http://just-add-ink.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/just-add-ink-296just-add-nature.html?m=1

http://mmmchallengeblog.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/newest-or-most-favourite-stamp.html?m=1

Thank you.

13 comments:

  1. It worked really well Vrajangna, the vellum definitely gives it a lovely soft effect. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink.

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  2. Very pretty, perfect for Valentine too. Thanks for joining us at Make My Monday. Caz DT

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  3. Thank you ladies. Glad you liked it. :-)

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  4. So pretty Vrajanga, I love the softness from the vellum and the variation of colour and those lovely roses. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week :-)

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  5. Thanks a lot jan for those sweet words. :-)

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  6. Vellum is fabulous to tone down a bright colour - great thinking. Your roses are so striking. Gorgeous card. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week. x

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  7. Thanks Patrice.Happy you liked it. Stamps are my own designed and made with rubber stamp making machine I bought.

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    1. Amazing! You are very talented to make your own stamps.

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  8. Cute card! Thank you for joining us at Lulupu's Challenge #57! :)

    Love,
    Nikita.

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  9. Cute Rose and love the use of vellum to tone down the color! Thanks for joining at Craftscrappers!

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  10. The vellum background is gorgeous. Sets off the roses really well. Thanks for joining us at Craftyscrappers.

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  11. pretty creation! Thanks for joining us at Craftyscrappers.
    Sharada Dilip
    DT Craftyscrappers.

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  12. beautiful card ... loved the rose stamp...!!!
    thanks for joining us at craftyscrappers!

    best wishes!

    konica
    DT craftyscrappers

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