Sunday, June 13, 2010

2. 'hAnglar only challenge' - Shabby Chic



Happy Sunday and welcome to our 2. 'lovely hAnglar only' challengeI have to tell you we were really blown away by the huge response we got from all of you with our hAnglar challenge blog. Never in our wildest dreams would we have imagined such a success. THANKS to all of you wonderful people who participated and spread the word on your own blogs! The 'Top 3' are chosen and believe me that was in deed a hard decision to make. All of you did an amazing job with these lovely hAnglar cuties! There will also be a little surprise for the no. 1 winner, so make sure and check our blog and get the TOP 3 blinkie if you are a lucky winner! ;-)

Onto our 2. 'lovely hAnglar only' challenge now. This time our wonderful talented Ilona is our host and she chose the following theme
Shabby-Chic

So she wants us to create a shabby chic card/project which means vintagey flair and  lots of distressing. The image I used is from the 'Jul Kit 1' from 2008. I stamped onto 140 lbs / 300g hot pressed Lanaquarell watercolor paper using Archival Ink. My image was colored with distress inks (just ink pads this time).



The DP is from Basic Grey (Sugared) and K&Company (Ancestry). The punches I used are from Martha Stewart and Emagination (tag). The little round sentiment stamp is from Autumn Leaves. I used Distress Crackle paint on the chipboard heart and lots of Stickles all over the card (Stickles used: Platinum, Starlight, and Coffee Ice). My chandelier garland is from Michaels, I found it in the wedding section. Here are some more close ups:













The sketch I used is from Friday Sketcher #106 and my entry there.

Hopefully I could get you a little inspired and please don't forget to check the blogs of my fellow DT sisters Ilona, Marina und Nicole for even more inspiration. I hope that you'll all join us for our 2. challenge as well! Can't wait to see what you all will come up with this time!

Distress Inks used:

Skin:  Antique Linen, Tattered Rose, Tea Dye, Aged Mahagony (for cheeks)
Hair: Brushed Corduraoy and Black Soot
Cloth: Spun Sugar, Victorian Velvet, Weathered Wood, Antique Linen, Tea Dye
All Papers & Flowers are distressed with Walnut Stain, around the image I distressed using Antique Linen and Walnut Stain



Have a wonderful Sunday and thanks for stopping by and any comment you may leave is highly appreciated.

Love & Hugs,

10 comments:

Marley said...

Oh wow beautiful card!! love the pretty colours and your coloring is really amazing!!! So many gorgeous details; pretty flowers and butterfly!! WOW xx marley

Ilona said...

Hi Iris,

Deine Karte ist supersüß und gefällt mir rundum gut - vor allem das Farbspiel hat es mir angetan und Deine Accessoires sind liebevoll darauf abgestimmt :o)

Wünsche Dir/Euch einen schönen Sonntag
Liebe Grüße
Ilona

Marina said...

Wow Iris!
Deine Karte ist ein absoluter Traum!
Das Motiv ist sooooo schön coloriert, die zarten Farben, die Embellies, die Gestaltung... alles ist wunderschön und passt perfekt zusammen.

Ich wünsche Euch einen schönen Abend,

liebe Grüße,
Marina

Nicolchen said...

Huhu Iris

Deine Karte ist traumhaft schöööön ... die Farben und die Deatils sind einfach mega ... ich bin hin und weg von Deiner Karte :0)))

Dir und Deinen Lieben einen Schönen Abend ;0)

Liebe Grüße
Nicole

sasibella said...

OMG Iris,du verblüffst mich immer wieder. Die Karte ist sooooooo toll,man weiß ja gar nicht wo man zuerst hinschauen soll.Soviel liebevolle Details.Einfach super!
LG
Sandy

Juls said...

wow wow wow!!!! this is so amazing and gorgeous!! hugs Juls

Katrin said...

WOW! Das ist eine total schöne Karte geworden! Du hast echt ein Auge fürs Detail.
Liebe Grüße
Katrin

Riet said...

What a beautiful card Iris,i love your image and the colours.
So gorgeous papers and details.

Hugs Riet.xx

Shirley N said...

Oh Iris, this is so beautiful, lovelovelove this card. Love your layout and all your wonderful embellies and your image is just so adorable!!!

Kim. said...

Oh wow this is stunning, love the softness of the colours and the detail is without a doubt wonderful.
Kim xXx