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Shabby Chic Delight

Hello everyone! Today I'm excited to be here sharing my first card for House of Cards. Our challenge this month is "Add a Bow". This week the vintage and shabby team is showcasing their beautiful creations. I went for a floral, soft, shabby thank you card with lots of layers.




I used papers from my recent set Keys & Roses combined with textured cardstock in soft pink, sand beige and white.

I used a lot of Spellbinders dies. I layered four different labels for my focal point. The top label is actually and oval adhered to a Damask Motifs die that I cut in half. I stenciled the oval and stamped and heat embossed on it a Spanish sentiment in gold. 

I decorated the card with lace and pink gross grain ribbon and added two bows (one made of ribbon and another made of tulle) layered one over the other to finish the design.

I hope you like my card and feel inspired to join our monthly challenge. To play along, all you have to do is visit House of Cards, follow directions and link up your creation.

Thank you for your visit. I appreciate it very much!

This card is participating in:
Die Cuts and/or Punches - Sisterhood of Crafters


Comments

  1. Hi Gracielle,
    gorgeous card. Your background paper is beautiful. So happy to have you join us on the team.
    Ang HOC DT

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  2. This card is SO pretty, I love the colours and all those gorgeous layers. Great job! Rocky HOC DT.

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  3. Stunning card, girl! The colors are awesome and I adore that layered bow! Fabulous debut for our challenge! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  4. Hi Graciellie! This card is gorgeous! Love your vintage DP and beautiful die cuts! So glad to have you on our design team!

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  5. Beautiful card. Love the layering and the paper.

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  6. Beautiful creation! Love the layered die cuts and bow! So glad you're part of the House of Cards design team!
    Judy HOC DT

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  7. Hi Gracie! WOW! You've been a very busy lady! This card is beautiful! I just adore vintage design and you are so good at it! Well done my friend! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood’s ‘DIES and/or PUNCHES’ challenge and please come back again soon!
    Darlene
    one of the 'Sistahs'
    The Sisterhood of Crafters
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

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