So, I had to give this 10 minute thing another shot. Let’s just say I failed miserably (but I did get quite a bit closer, more like 14 minutes). Even though I prepped the heart embellie in advance… that’s not cheating right? 🙂 I can’t do anything quickly apparently. Sponging even takes me a long time! I think there’s a reason why you don’t see shabby chic cards among the 10 minute craft dash team cards or in the linky creations!
This time I used this week’s deconstructed sketch 117. The basics of it anyway; I didn’t follow it to the letter. I now see I put the rounded edges at the top and I didn’t layer the two main panels the same way but I hope it’s close enough. When I set about to colouring the image, I realized I hadn’t used chocolate anywhere yet so the blanket ended up dark brown. And I added a chocolate button too. It’s a bit hard to see under the twine but it’s there.
I die cut the heart out of corrugated cardboard then added a soft yellow/ivory paint to the edges. While it was still wet I added some micro fine white glitter. Then I added glue to the very edges and gold opaque glitter. The button threaded with twine tied in a bow was the finishing touch.
Stamps: Crafty Secrets: baby boy postcard set, background stamp-Hero Arts?
Ink: Memento Espresso Truffle, frayed burlap Distress
Paper: kraft, ivory-PTI, yellow stripe DP-MME lavender, blue DP-Simple Stories
Accessories: heart die, button, twine-PTI, paint-buttermilk Americana, warm white glitter-Glitter Ritz, gold glitter-Art Institute, ribbon-May Arts, foam dots-Jody Morrow, corner rounder-WRMK, lace-not sure, maybe WMS?
4 thoughts on “For Baby Card”
This card is so lovely. Love all the details on your card. Thanks for playing along with us in the 10 Minute Craft Dash and hope to see you again.
I usually try to do my shabby thing in 10 minutes – I've managed a few! But they're more simplified, I'll give you that.This is beautiful though, even if it did take you a little longer – it was worth it!Thanks for playing with the Craft Dash!
Beautiful card ! No wonder it took a little longer, but hey not bad for under 15 minutes !!! SHabby cards definitely take longer to make. You have inspired me to make a shabby card ! wahoo
Wow, what a fabulous card in under 10 minutes! Amazing!Thanks so much for playing along with the 10 Minute Craft Dash!