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Monday, 25 July 2011

Shabby Sparkle!

Hello campers - hope you've had a good Monday!

Look at this - three posts in a row, I love having my stash so accessible! Tonight I've created a card for the Cupcake Challenge this week where their theme is "Shabby Sparkle"....if you need some inspiration pop over to the Cupcake blog and see all the gorgeous DT cards.

Now if I'm honest I'm not too keen on shabby...I like my nice clean cut lines too much, but for this shabby card I got tearing! I've used pinks and blues together...I really like this colour combo. For my stamps I've used a happy birthday sentiment and a cupcake, the cupcake has been fixed onto the card with 3D sticky pads to make it pop! For my sparkle I used some stickles on the icing of the cake. I finished the card with some faux white stitching around the outer edge and around the sentiment.

I'd also like to enter this card at the Free and Easy challenge over at Allsorts this week.

Thanks for popping by today, see you soon!
Wedgie xxx


Brodders said...

For someone who doesnt like shabby you have done a grand job :) Thanks for joining us at Cupcake and good luck x

Faye said...

Yes, I'd agree with Jane. Your torn edges look faberoony and you know how much I love a good cupcake. Hope you're ok Sweets. xxx

Tiggerbird said...

This card is so cute, so glad to see you posting more regularly ;). Keep up the great work x

sari said...

WOW Wrdgie! You did a great job on this, specialy if your not so keen on shabby...=) Love your color combo and the torn edges! Thanks for joining us at The Cupcake Craft Challenge this week! Good Luck! Hugs & Sunshine!/Sari

xxxtglxxx said...

I love shabby, and this looks awesome! :)

Those torn edges are so effective too.



Rachel Izakowicz said...

Great take on the shabby challenge - gorgeous distressing! Thanks for playing at Cupcake this week x

Emma (metalicbutterfly) said...

great card!!

Thanks for playing in our free and easy challenge at Allsorts this week

Emma xxx

Mummylade said...

I really like your project. Thank you for sharing with us at Allsorts this week and good luck!