Sunday, 18 October 2009

Let's Get Shabby challenge

I have had a strange weekend mojo wise and felt like doing some different things, one of which was exploring my shabby style! I found the Let's Get Shabby challenge quite by accident while looking for layout ideas for a photo I want to embellish into a picture like scrapbooking. My main Christmas paper purchase was a K&Co Christmas Cheer pad and there are a few pages with some gorgeous vintage style Christmas drawings on them and I've been thinking of making some of them into cards for a while. They have a layout challenge at Let's Get Shabby at the moment and this is the card I have made to the layout. Hope it's vintage enough!!
So, the vintage Santa picture has been torn from one of the K&Co papers and all the rest of the papers are from the same collection. I have torn all the edges and distressed them with antique linen distress ink.
For the circle part of the layout I made a large snowflake, sprinkled it with ivory flowersoft and added some ivory pearls.

The gorgeous flower is from a Prima christmas bubble, as is the leaf. I also added some tulle and lace, twisted together behind the flower.


The gorgeous pearl hat pin is from Tabbycrafts and I have created the swirl of pearls myself from a strip of half pearls.

Hope you like it and thanks for looking! x

8 comments:

Toni said...

What a BEAUTIFUL card!!! Thanks for playing!!!

Claireabelle said...

Wow Jane, very vintage chic I think! Fabulous
x

Ruth said...

Love that you used a snowflake to interpret the circle on the sketch.
Thanks for playing wityh us at Shabby:)

Jenneke said...

Wow, what a beautiful card!! I LOVE the snowflake and the picture!
Thanks so much for playing along with us at Shabby!

XXXJenneke

mandysea said...

WOW gorgeous colours!! Love the vintage santa too!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Shabby!

zandra said...

Wow, love the snowflake. Great take on the challenge! Hugz, Z

cats whiskers said...

Oh Hun this is just stunning love your vintage style
Hugs Jacqui x

Kim Piggott said...

Oh wow Jane this is so very beautiful!
hugs
kim x