Monday, February 16, 2015

New Home Card

Here's the card I made to go along with the house warming gift I recently gave to my sister.  I stamped the house onto watercolor paper using Archival Ink and colored it with Distress Markers and a water pen.
I popped it up over a brown cardstock circle which I distressed the edges of using Vintage Photo Distress Ink.  This was layered over a designer paper banner that was also distressed.  A piece of coral designer paper was also distressed and layered in.  Everything was laid over a piece of sage cardstock that was embossed.  You'll notice that I added distress shadows where ever the papers met.  
Finally I added gems and a ribbon and put the whole piece onto a piece of folded cardstock. 
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10 comments:

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

A lovely, heart warming card.

Lori said...

This is such a pretty card! Thank you so much for joining our circle challenge this week at Use Your Stuff!

Lori - UYSDT

SweetScraps said...

Now there is a perfect use of the circle - as a ribbon medallion! Wonderful interpretation of the Use Your Stuff circle challenge!
Karr - UYSDT

Amanda said...

What a cute little house! Love the little circles of bling you added too! Thanks for joining us this week at Use Your Stuff!

Laurian said...

What a cute card!
Thanks for joining us at Penny's and come back soon!

Hugz
Laurian

mags said...

A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenges.
Mags
x

Julia said...

Your sister is such a lucky girl to have received such a beautiful card!!! Thanks for playing along with us over at the Use Your Stuff Challenge Blog!!!!

tampatha said...

Great card! I love the textures and the layers! Thanks for joining us at Use Your Stuff and hope to see you again.
Tammy DT Co-ordinator

Michelle Looi said...

How sweet! Lovely take on the Circles challenge at Use Your Stuff!
Thanks for joining us!

Martha Lucia Gomez said...

Lovely card, beautiful and elegant.Thank you for sharing at Use Your Stuff Challenge.
Martha Lucia, DT