Thursday, December 20, 2012

Flowery Engagement Card

Why is it sooo hard to come up with a decent title for my post? Anywho....Here I am with another Engagement Card on order. And nothing like last day panic to push that creative juices....sat till 12 am to finish this...and somehow the glitter makes me all happy!!
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Spent all day die cutting and punching flowers to see what would fit right...so since I used these, I have about 30 punched flowers on the spare!!  These flowers made from old pages, and are die cut with the Daisy Head Spellbinders's die, distressed with inks and misted with LSG glimmer mists, Pie Lane glitter balls, and if that wasn't enough, Sakura Stardust pens for that extra glitter.


Sentiment embossed with Ranger's Queen's Gold embossing powder on Parchment paper. Chery Lynn Butterfly glitter with LSG spray and Sakur stardust pen.


This is how it all finally looks....its  huge card...9x7 inches finished size.  Pretty straight forward if you ask me...and yet a lot of work if you know what I mean.



Not much of supplies...but if you want to know any particular product, do post it, will let you know...

On a different note, does anyone want a video tutorial of the cake from my previous post? or Would a sketch be enough to explain....just wondering!! let me know and I'll make that as my next post....

14 comments:

  1. It's really beautiful Tejal... The sentiment is what I can't stop looking at. My friend was telling me about Rangers embossing powder, really fabulous stuff. I know what you mean - die cutting and punching flowers all day - have a box full of rejected die cuts from when I wasn't really clear on what I wanted to do. Your final outcome is first class though! Thanks for your super sweet comment on my blog and it looks like you are a night owl too :)
    Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

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  2. Hi Tejal! The card is so very elegant and flowers are awesome! The dies and punches are very well used. Embossed sentiment and the butterfly are so beautiful... Its a great engagement card. I love glitter on the card..I am really bad at using glitter...tried very recently using glitter for my card but didnt like the outcome..so covered it up with PP! :/

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  3. Love the overall look...Pretty flowers!!!

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  4. Mast mast chhe aa to... tee :D

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  5. and as for the cake tutorial, i'd like a sketch.. And thanks in advance for the tutorial! :)

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  6. Oh those flowers are gorgeous Tejal, just love the shine and glimmer on them, so tasteful...n the gold embossed sentiment is awesome....beautiful card.

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  7. very pretty!!!

    Manu
    hands-full-of-art.blogspot.in

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  8. Very beautiful card.I loved those flowers and the embossed sentiments.
    Hugs
    Archana

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  9. This is beautiful as usual.I loved the gold embossing on parchment in particular.The whole card with those blooms looks really beautiful.
    And i would love to see a tutorial on making that cake but not a video one ....a pictoral tutorial please.

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  10. Wow ! This is very pretty and beautiful .liked the flowers and butterfly with all the glitters.

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  11. simphle...gohjeous !!!
    I seem to speak in slurred voice when things get too gorgeous for my comfort :D
    Anyway how the hell did you acquire LSG ??? :P
    N I likes the fact that you have decided to showcase your crafty talents yet again..
    adds to my daily revelry ... :)
    why don't you try NOT hibernating ;)

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  12. I fell in love with those flowers the moment I saw them on FB, so sorry it took me so long to come back and comment here :)

    This is super fabulous! I don't think I will every be able to handle all that bling so elegantly :)

    Lovely stuff girl!

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  13. superlike... loved every inch of it...

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  14. I never commented on this post... I wonder how... This is fantastic... love the die cut flowers and the color combo.... Suppak che!

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