Embellishments..

4:33 AM


I got down to have some fun with Shilpkar (m-seal for crafters) last night.. LOVED IT!!
Made these embellishments with it!
I loove the nuts and bolts..
the background is made on white cardstock using the distress technique with chocolate brown and black ink pads.. luv it!
These are the faux pearl drops I made.. perfect colour for this project..
chipboard and paper from Itsy Bitsy..
These cute li'l buttons are used as cherries in this card!..
but luv it anyways!..
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13 comments

  1. its beautiful and you are so innovative

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  2. I love Shilpakar too... it is so versatile! Just that it is a little heavy when dry.

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  3. WWoooowww!!!
    no words!!
    amazing!!!
    give the tutorial now
    :)

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  4. Great ribbon treatment.. and the blue buttons look too cute.. Very cute cards!

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  5. great work spardha...i love the purple card its gorgeous...shilpkar is a g8 medium...unlimited fun..keep it u..

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  6. pretty,..pretty.love the way u turned the button into cherries.red colour would be more appropriate:))

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  7. Wow !!!! All three cards are superb!! what great use of shilpkar ..the buttons are perfect !!!The card with the tie is such a cool idea!

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  8. lilac buttons look too gud... very cute!!!

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  9. Gd work Spardha, keep it up dear. The more u experiment, the more u learn,the more u experience.

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  10. its beautiful Spardha... i like ur innovative ideas n ur experiments.. loved all the cards..

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  11. wow these are so cool.........extremely creative....i guess I should give it a try too

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  12. Loved those nuts & bolts for sure..... for the first time of course... If not I did never have to do anything with those..... It is like a sudden change of favorites too... AMAZING PROJECTS!!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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