Sunday, 28 September 2014

Grunge Birthday Card for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L And Autumnal Musings



Hello everyone on this beautiful Sunday! First of all I'd like to say a big 'thank you' for all the lovely comments on my dazzling autumnal wreath post. Blimey, I can't believe it's autumn already, where did the summer go???

Mind you, yesterday was so sunny and warm that Hubster and I decided to have the last BBQ of the year. And it was lovely. As it starts getting dark quite quickly now, we lit up our lanterns and tea lights in the garden and ended up having a proper candle-lit dinner :). I don't think I've ever had a BBQ in the autumn and this barby was definitely my favourite one this year. It almost felt like being on holiday again! Our cat Kropek didn't seem that impressed, though lol:).

Today over at Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L's blog I'm sharing a tutorial for this grunge birthday card I made for my Hubster. I would be delighted if you found a moment to see my tutorial here.

I've gone for a vintage grunge look for this masculine card. Lots of stamping, distressing and inking - just what I like!


As you can check all the details on my tutorial post, I will only list the supplies here.




Other supplies:

Stampendous stamps - Grunge Birthday, Imagination, Journal Lines, Charmed Art; Cinnamon Micro Glitter

Tim Holtz Lost and Found paper pack, Bazzill Basics cardstock

Inks: Coffee Archival, Frayed Burlap Distress Ink, Peeled Paint Distress Stain


I hope you enjoyed today's post and my autumnal musings :). Thanks for stopping by and for your wonderful comments. Happy Sunday!

Big crafty hugs


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Challenges for this card:
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Vintage Journey #15 - Colours of Autumn
Simon Says Monday Challenge - Stamps or Stencils
Our Creative Corner September - Autumnal Image Inspiration (colour palette)
Vintage Stamping Challenges #24 - Anything Goes

15 comments:

Shoshi said...

Love this card with the distressing, and all the layers, and particularly the great quote!! A kind of "left brain, right brain" thing - actually we need both lol!

Shoshi

Joanna said...

Bardzo ładna! Cytat bardzo mi się podoba.

Tenia Nelson said...

LOVE!!

Deborah said...

Awesome card love the grunge look and the wonderful quote thanks for the easy to follow steps

die amelie said...

Such a lovely card, Asia!

The reduced colour palette looks absolutely striking on it and I love the bits of texture you have added too!

Thank you for sharing this beautiful creation with us at Our Creative Corner!

Claudia x

Shoshi said...

Thanks for your lovely comment, Asia! I am so glad you like the card I made. Actually, my aunt is very pleased to have moved into residential care as she had been living a long way from any family, on her own since my uncle died, and not coping too well. She is delighted to be near her daughter, and having lots of people to talk to, and being well looked after. Mum says she settled in straight away and is already very happy, so this is a huge relief for us all, as so often this is not the case when people have to give up their own home.

Have a great week! I love your work.
Shoshi

Ros Crawford said...

Happy birthday to your hubster!! I bet he loved this card ... It's amazing! the colours and the embellishments make it so classy and unique.

Julia S-W said...

Lovely card with wonderful layers and a direct link to the colour palette found in Claudia's photo inspiration. Thanks so much for joining us Our Creative Corner for this challenge.
Julia x

brenda said...

I'm running very late Joanna but didn't want to miss the opportunity to say what a stunning piece of artwork and thank you for joining us at FlonzCraft Vintage Stamping Challenges.

B x

Abi said...

A simply gorgeous card! The quote is a great one too x

cheiron said...

Love this grungy BD card! Thank you so much for playing along with the Anything Goes Challenge this week over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog :)

Astrid Maclean said...

This is beautiful and I love the soft tones you have used, another side of Autumnal colours for sure! Love it and thanks so much for adding it to our challenge at A Vintage Journey!

butterfly said...

Really gorgeous - love the use of the misty greys of autumn, and the layering and composition is fab! Thanks so much for joining us on A Vintage Journey.
Alison xx

Jennie Atkinson said...

A great card Asia and I am sorry I am running so late in commenting! I love your choice of autumn colours and the layering is fabulous. Thank you for sharing it with us at A Vintage Journey for our Colours of Autumn challenge. Jennie

Buttons said...

What a great card - loving all that layering. Jenny x

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