Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Faux Patina

Into the second week already of the butterfly challenge.
#77 Butterflies + F is for Faux and/or the colour Jasmine. Here is some more inspiration for you.

First card uses the Faux Patina Technique and you can find an excellent tutorial here on  Splitcoaststampers.


I used Spellbinders M-Bossabilities Embossing folder EL-006 Design B to make my faux panel with. Distress inks in four colours as per the tutorial above and Wow Embossing powder in Gold. The die cut panel is from Creative Expressions by Sue Wilson called  'Butterflies in Flight' and was a snippet I already had cut out from a previous card. I gave the panel the same Patina treatment.  Card base is made from pale yellow card stock which I have also used behind the  Patina panel.  No sentiment as I thought it would look overdone. A bit disappointed with the photo as it is not showing the blue/green of the panel. The gold isn't as bright IRL but snap was taken at night under kitchen lighting and was the best I could get.

Entering into the following challenges:
Pixie's  Crafty Workshop #277/278. (butterfly panel was a snippet in my stash.)
Artistic Inspirations #177 Anything goes.
Make My Monday #44 Embossing heat and dry. (I have used both.)
Tuesday Throwdown #340 Embossing.
Creative Ladybirds Creations #25 Anything goes.
Love To Craft #9 Anything goes.

Second card  uses Faux Buttons. The die cut is by Joy crafts 6002/0057. I cut four out for each button and  glued them together and then threaded with bakers twine.


The digi papers are from an Etsy shop called Cottage and Lace from their Yellow dots and swirls collection papers No's 1 and 3.  (I like buying the digi papers in sets as you know they are always going to match and go together and also you will never run out of them!) The butterfly is from Tonic - Studios and is a metal filigree design. (They came 5 different designs in the one packet.) Sentiment is a Britannia Word Die and I used a liquid Pearls in baby blue to dot the i.

Entering this card into the following challenges:
Crafty Hazelnut's Patterened Paper # Anything goes.
Petal Lu Challenges #36 Yellow flowers.
Scrapper's Delights #65 Anything goes.
The Crafty Addicts #35 Anything goes + Add a sentiment.
TLC Creations # Anything goes.


27 comments:

  1. Two fabulous cards Mrs A and super faux buttons - must really treat myself to a button die xx

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  2. Two fantastic cards Valery, I love the faux patina effect on the first card especially.

    Sue xx

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  3. Two great cards and I wonder if there is any end to the number of faux techniques out there. Love the patina effect and it is always disappointing when photos or scans don't show the 'real life' effect or colours.

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  4. Hi Mrs A this is a stunning pair of cards they are both beautiful. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  5. Such beautiful cards ! They bring out the sun !

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  6. Loving all the textures and colours on your first card Valery.....and the second card is so pretty...that backing paper is delicious.....xxxx

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  7. 2 beautiful cards...great technique!
    xxx Margreet

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  8. Hi Mrs A,
    2 wonderful cards and such very pretty designs too.
    wonderful faux items used to create these excellent cards.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  9. Two wonderful cards ValeryAnne and your faux patina looks wonderful.
    Hugs Veerle x

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  10. Both cards Mrs A are stunning l love the faux texture so different and so beautiful x

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  11. Both of your cards are fabuuuulous Mrs A love the faux !!! huggles Sue xx

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  12. The first card is very elegant with those intricate panels (amazing that with SW diecut!) and love the faux patina! Thanks for the tutorial.
    Fab also the second one, the buttons seem really true and great backgrounds, it remember me spring sunny days... here it's raining :(

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  13. Fabulous work there Mrs A! And a great technique as well.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  14. Wonderful techniques, colors and design Valery.

    Hugs Diane

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  15. Two stunning cards, I'll have to checkout that patina tutorial. Cara x

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  16. Two wonderful cards. Both are great examples of faux techniques. Your first card is fabulously elegant and the pretty butterfly and papers make for a lovely second card xx

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  17. Two beautiful cards. But my heart stole your second card. Really looks amazing. I love the combination of colors. I love beautiful background and sentiment with additional dimension.
    Hugs,
    BożenA

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  18. Valery these aregorgeous and perfect for our 9th ‘ATG with CREATE WITH TLC’ challenge. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. Good luck and hope to see you play with us again.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {ATG with a CREATE WITH TLC Element}
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

    PS: Please could you add our challenge link to your list of challenges here. Would hate for you not to be in with a change to win a prize. Thanks so much.

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  19. A lovely card in beautiful colours. Thank you for sharing with us at Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper. Rebecca x

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  20. Great cards! Thank you for joining us at Make My Monday. Sian.

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  21. Lovely cards, thanks for sharing at Creative Lady Birds!

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  22. Two great cards Mrs A. I must check out that technique as I haven't come across it before. I've got my MMM hat on today, thanks for sharing your makes with us.

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  23. These are so pretty! Love the beautiful embossed details and textures. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown.

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  24. Thank you for sharing your lovely crafting for our April challenge 9 at Love to Craft, Hazel, DT - thank you also for entering this for my Patterned Paper April challenge. x

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