2014-05-15

Bliss, Joy, Wish - Sarah Kay card

A soft and girly card for today, I'll never get tire of making girly things.  Over the weekend, I made some fabric flowers and couldn't wait to use it on a card.  What do you think?  Fabric flowers are a bit more time consuming to make than paper flowers, but it's all worth it because it's just so soft and pretty on any project. 


Fabric and paper flowers made from dies and punches ...

Found this pretty gate from the craft store, decorated with glass beads, ribbon and lace ...

Added some gesso to the paper and stamped on "Bliss Joy Wish" also added some tiny glass beads while the gesso is still wet.  Let it completely dry then add on some acrylic paint ...

Sweet Sarah Kay image colored with watercolor ...

Another look at the finished card ...

Thanks for visiting, have a wonderful day!

~Chelsea

14 comments:

  1. Very beautiful! Delicate flowers are a delight!

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  2. it's gorgeous again Chelsea.

    gr karin

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  3. Love your handcrafted fabric flowers and the card is beautiful! Hugs, Janice

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  4. So gorgeous! Oh your card is so romantic and it is perfect for the Sarah Kaye image! Sweet and soft, the flowers and gate are WOW, the flowers in particular, I just had to take a close look, they're so gorgeous and detailed.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Bye,

    Marjolein

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  5. wow, this is just gorgeous. So many beautiful little details and I just love how you used this gate.

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  6. Ohhh what a wonderful card, love all the beautiful details! Janine

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  7. It is so sweet and romantic! I love the color palette, flowers, mystery of the card...

    Chelsea, thank you a lot for visiting my blog and your nice comments!

    Hugs
    Kate

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  8. Once again, you have created the most exquisitely elegant flowers on the planet and you showcased them so beautifully! I love the gorgeous gate and the image is just perfect for the scene you created.
    You are an extraordinarily gifted artist, Chelsea.

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  9. another stunning card Chelsea I love the flowers and the great design. Julie x

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  10. Very beautiful work
    Lovely presented.

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  11. Totally Gorgeous! You should ebter into the Loves Rubber Stamps Challenge!

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  12. As always, I love and admire the softness and elegance on your cards. They have a special feminine "girly" touch and all so very unique. Have a beautiful week Chelsea.

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  13. So precious Chelsea, your homemade flowers from fabric are so incredibly beautiful!

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