Friday, February 28, 2014

You will be missed


I love how this card turned out. I used modeling paste and stencils to create the wood-grain background, the 3D texture is looks and feels awesome. Applied some distress ink on top and sprayed Lindy's Stamp Gang to finish the look. The sunflowers are a local buy. 
Creating 3D texture using modeling paste is so much fun, I love that it dries quickly, is so easy to work with and can be colored with inks and sprays. Here's a closer look.
Linking to:
Paper pretties - Paper Pretties Wednesday Challenge PWC299 - Try a New Technique!  - used modeling paste to create the background for the first time.

7 comments:

  1. That is one hell of a background Juhi! Beautiful!

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  2. I thought it to be embossed bg..looks cool ,loved the warm colors of card too !

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  3. Its such a gorgeous card Juhi ..At first I though your BG was done with a embossing folder but when I read your post I realised its texture paste ..It really looks sooo amazing ..I have recently been playing with texture paste too and totally loving it ..will be sharing my project soon :)

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  4. This is absolutely gorgeous. I love the background that you've created. Unfortunately this gorgeous creation does not qualify for the Elphine House Australia challenge since there is no Elisabeth Bell Stamp used. We would love to see you join us using an EB Stamp. Your work is beautiful.
    Hugs,
    Lynda
    EHA DT

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  5. Fabulous card! thank you for joining us at Ruby's Rainbow hope you will join us again soon x
    Shaz DT

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  6. Very pretty card, Juhi! Thanks for joining in on the Little Miss Muffet Challenge!

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  7. WOW great texture love the colour too! Thanks for joining in with our challenge at As You Like It,
    hugs Samantha :0)

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