Angela is hosting today's challenge, Shabby Chic.
As usual anything you care to enter is fine, a card, scrap layout, mixed media piece or home decor, as long as it meets the theme.
Some inspiration from our fabulous DT
I love Shabby Chic designs and I've made this card using printed papers and dies by Crafter's Companion finished with black die cut flowers by Tim Holtz, Stickles glitter glue, splashed paint, enamel dots and a dragonfly. I look forward to seeing what you all come up with xXx
blog. Happy crafting!! x
The flowers for the bouquet were cut using dies from Carnation Crafts and the accompanying vignettes. However the magenta ink on my printer was misbehaving so I have only yellow, pale blue and off white flowers. They are tied together with a yellow ribbon and the stems tucked into the frame.
I made this cards fusing rubber stamps from my stash. Bella is an unmounted stamp which I think was from a collection of stamps I bought years ago and I think the company was from Vancouver and is out of business now. I tore the edges to give the card pieces and inked to give the card an aged look, The ribbon was tea dyed.
I created the card using papers from the paper pack titled 'Old Lace' by Stamperia.. Not being a shabby chic expert I winged it. The flowers are from a pack I bought at a local craft shop and the pearls are left overs in my stash. The flowery circles are from die cuts and the flowery circle was finished off with a button from my stash.
For my Card I have used a Dutch Doobahdoo stencil, a vintage topper and Maya Papers,Rolled Roses, and Pearls.
For my card I used a bunch of shabby looking papers and added two critters in a vintage style as well.
I have made a page in my journal using a background I made quite a while ago and some Clever Prints stamps and chipboard embellishments. Please see my blog for details
Hello creative souls, I made this tiny shabby chic DIY flower vase using air drying clay. I have used MUDRA's decor stones (Medium, Mini and Micro) to embellish this tiny piece. I have used Prima - Finnabair's acrylic paints (Metallique Vintage Rose and Opal Magic Blue- Gold) and Brushed Iron wax to highlight the details. I invite you all to visit my channel for a step by step video tutorial. I hope you will love it..