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A Little Bit of Metal for The Shabby Tea Room

A Little Bit of Metal


Photo Inspiration from The Shabby Tea Room


The latest challenge at The Shabby Tea Room is to add a little bit of metal and to use the gorgeous bracelet (pictured above) for inspiration.

I used the Silver Jumbo Brads and Antique Brass Jumbo Eyelet for the 'metal' and picked out the colours of Baja Breeze and Rich Razzleberry to match the bracelet.



Project Recipe:
Stamp Sets: Artisitic Etchings, Tiny Tags
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Soft Suede, Baja Breeze, Basic Black, Chocolate Chip Marker
Card Stock: Soft Suede, Rich Razzleberry, Baja Breeze, Naturals Ivory, Basic Black
Accessories: Newsprint DSP, Lots of Tags Die, Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder, White Gel Pen, Distressing Tool from the Cutter Kit, Stamping Sponges, Color Spritzer Tool, Silver Jumbo Brads, Antique Brass Eyelet, Crop-a-dile, Jewelry Tag Punch, Linen Thread, 1.6 cm Very Vanilla Grosgrain Ribbon, 6.4 mm Basic Black Grosgrain Ribbon, Dimensionals

PS: Thanks once again to the Shabby Tea Room for giving me an Honourable Mention for this week's challenge!!! (30th August 2010)


Thanks for stopping by,

Comments

Debbie said…
Oh my shabby goodness ... love it, love it {heart} it a LOT! So much loveliness on this card -- I adore all your shabby detailing! Simply beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us in the Tea Room this week :)
Lisa said…
What a great card! I just love the embossing and inking you've done to get that vintage feel! Thanks for sharing with us in the Tea Room this week!
Audrey Pettit said…
Wow, this is gorgeous! Love your design here, and your stamping is fabulous. Perfect use of touches of metal, too. Thanks so much for playing along with us at TSTR.
Nicole said…
Pretty! Love the embossed background! Thanks for playing along with us at TSTR! :)
Rachel said…
Beautiful. I love what you done with the stamp set.
Rach:)
your card is so fabulous! I like the Eiffel Tower you used as the focal point. Lots of texture too!
Julie Marshall said…
Fabulous card! Love how you've made all of these elements works so well together. TFS!
Speechless ...
Hugs xxaxx
Paula Dobson said…
Loving the real rustic feel you have created with this gorgeous card Bron! Well done you!
Tania Gould said…
Oooo I love all the layers!!! You're so good at this "vintage" thing!!!! I need to take a leaf out of your book!
Jodene said…
This is a really beautiful card Bron! Have a great time at Regionals on Saturday!

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