Saturday, 25 June 2016

Shabby Wedding (Conquering Paper Mountain #11)


My daughter asked me to make a shabby chic wedding card.

This card was great for my scheme to reduce my paper mountain , as it used 3 sheets from a 6 x 6 Prima pad. The  heart (dry embossed and coloured with mist) and leaf flourish are manual die-cuts and I electronically cut the sentiment on the Silhouette.

I'd like to enter:
Tuesday Throwdown distressing
Eureka  wedding
Craft Rocket  wedding
Eclectic Ellapu  weddings
Crafting Musketeers wedding

12 comments:

  1. This is stunning Marina and a style I haven't seen you do before.Your daughter must be so thrilled with it.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  2. Oh my, Marina! This is a work of art bursting with shabby distressed goodness! So glad you joined Tuesday Throwdown challenge.
    x Asha

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  3. Such a stand out card. Love the texture and the colours you've used x

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  4. Such a beautiful card! I love your design!
    Thanks so much for playing at Eureka Stamps this week!
    Good Luck
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  5. This is gorgeous! I love the layering and choice of colors. And three sheets papers less :)

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  6. Love a bit of shabby chic and this one is delicious. the layering is so unique. Thanks for entering this with us at Eclectic Ellapu for our June challenge.

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  7. Oh this is lovely! I love the shabby chic look and the paper you used is gorgeous! Great wedding card! Thanks for playing along with us at Craft Rocket Challenges!

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  8. Fab design on your lovely card, thanks for joining us at Craft Rocket Challenge this time, xxxx

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  9. Oh such a pretty shabby lovely chic! Thanks for playing with us at Tuesday Throwdown Challenges!
    Hugs,
    Pam
    TT DT

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  10. Oh such a pretty shabby lovely chic! Thanks for playing with us at Tuesday Throwdown Challenges!
    Hugs,
    Pam
    TT DT

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  11. You really nailed shabby chic with this card! The distressing teamed with the lux papers is so pretty!

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