Monday, 2 March 2015

Hobby Horse Boy


Hi, today I have a card to share with you that uses an image from the 'Summer Daze' art book from Hobby House. I have coloured the image with Copic markers. The patterned background paper was made by running a piece of cream card stock through a damask embossing folder by Crafts- Too. I then added some 'Faded Jeans' and 'Stormy Sky' Distress Ink over the raised areas to reveal the pattern. The shabby background paper was made by painting a piece of Kraft card with a thick layer of Do Crafts Artiste 'Crackle Medium' (love this stuff). I dried this with a heat tool, then added a thick layer of Do Crafts Artiste 'Blanc' (White) Acrylic paint, then too dried this with the heat tool. I added some of the same blue Distress Inks over the top of the dried paint. The sentiment I have used is from Hobby Art's 'Birthday Collection' stamp set. I have also used some more Kraft card and Cream card stock for the layering and some satin ribbon, buttons, blue Distress Stickles and a charm and brad from my stash. 

I would like to enter this card into the following challenge: http://www.papertakeweekly.blogspot.co.uk/

Hope you like this card, it was really fun to make.
       Sally.


6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Sally - fabulous image and I love the inky embossed background.
    Thanks for playing along with us at PTW this week.
    Good luck.
    Debs xx

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  2. Fabulous card! Really love the shabby chic background paper - thanks for explaining the technique, I might have to try it! Love the image and it's beautifully coloured. Love the embellishments too. Beautifully put together. Hugs, Jayne x

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  3. Gorgeous sweet card, great background techniques too

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  4. Gorgeous Sally love the detail.
    Hugs Julie xxx

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  5. So sweet! I love this one Sally! Cowboy boots on a little guy is so adorable, I wanna give him a big hug! Beautiful! hugs :)

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  6. Aww, sweet! Lovely image. The background papers are wonderful and the finishing details you've added look great. Debra x

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