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Thursday, 13 June 2019

Peacock feather card

Hello dear bloggers,

I just completed an order of 21 cards in 10 days or so. First the lady ordered 15 cards and topped it up with more and more cards. This was the first time I had to make multiple cards with the same kind of design which was easy but not so creative. Anyway the good news is that I have begun to raise money for the abused women's shelter. So am feeling grateful.

This card was stamped with a peacock stamp with a pearlescent beige brilliance stamp pad. Over that I went over with my Sakura metallic green. For the centre of the feather, I used pop up fabric glitter glue and Sakura metallic pens in gold and blue. I also used glossy accents to give more interest to the feather. Finally the stamped white card was stuck on the crushed matte gold paper handmade in India. And yes, the customer was suitably impressed. She ordered two such cards and topped them with another three. 



I will enter this card in the following challenges:

http://craftygalscornerchallenges.blogspot.com/ - masculine (I hope it qualifies)


Happy card making,

Monica 

6 comments:

Diane said...

Pretty peacock feather...thank you for joining us at The Sisterhood!
Diane TSH DT {Nellies Nest}

kiwimeskreations said...

An exquisite card Monica - love how you have stamped and added colour to the feather, its beautiful, and I love the mounting!
Blessings
Maxine

nwilliams6 said...

Beautiful card, Monica - how exciting you work is being appreciated and making money for your charity! Wonderfully done. Love the colors and the sparkle. Hugz

Darlene said...

Beautiful creation! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Sisterhood of Crafters challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.

Darlene
SISTERHOOD OF CRAFTERS
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Pippa said...

Lovely feather card. Thank you for sharing at Path of Positivity. Pippa DT

Helen said...

A beautiful card - love your colour scheme.

Thanks for joining us at the Path of Positivity Challenge.

Helen x