Sunday, May 26, 2013

A Lush and Bountiful Window Card


Thank you all for your lovely comments on my dad's calendar and the textured card. I am thrilled to say that my Textured Card made it to the top 3 at the Shabby Tea Room and today I'm back with another card created for this week's challenge at The Shabby Tea Room. The theme this time is to use the colours in the inspiration photo and to include a window as well. Of course as always I just loved the photo, so much in fact that my card is quite literally inspired by the layout, design and colours in this picture!


Don't you just love the pretty purple flowers and the lush creeper all over the window. That's pretty much what I wanted to recreate in my card. So I made a window and using some plant fillers from Itsy Bitsy I covered the entire space surrounding the window. Here are some closeups of the details.



 


Since the card was so 'bountiful', I decided to use the sentiment, "Everything Grows with Love". Isn't that lovely. I concealed it inside the slightly ajar window. And then I filled the rest of the space with some tiny purple roses from Itsy Bitsy. Here's a look a the card when it's upright. 


Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great weekend folks!


If you would like to know the supplies used for this or any of my projects, please write to me at craftingtillthecrackofdawn@gmail.com

25 comments:

  1. this is amazing Sunehra... love the whole feel of the card... feel like i am in a garden!!

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous! Love the flowers around the window. The sentiment idea is awesome :)

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  3. Gorgeous ...gorgeous ...gorgeous ...period.I am not capable of saying anything more

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  4. love the woodgrain window surrounded with flowers!!

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  5. Lovely card as usual.Those fillers look great with the flowers.Should check them out.Congrats on making to the top 3.

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  6. Wow Sunehra!! Awesome! Those plant fillers and tiny flowers are gorgeous. I'm with Khush...feels like i am in a garden!! :) Amazing stuff! congratulations for making it to to top three...hope you win this challenge as well..

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  7. Absolutely stunning card very very beautiful

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  8. Wow!......what a gorgeous card, wonderful take on the challenge! Thankyou for joining us in the Shabby Tea Room !

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  9. fabulous card it is...so very gorgeous n beautiful...congrats on ur win.

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  10. beautiful card sunehra. dil garden garden ho gaya.

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  11. very beautiful card Sunehra...

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  12. very beautiful ,love the lush blooms and that blue pastel window, with those cute knobs !

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  13. hey gorgeous card sunehra and window effect and the flowers are awesome.

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  14. I love idea so much...!!! And of course the execution is superb.. Totally loved it..:)

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  15. Congrats Sunehra.. lovely garden effect. love the senti

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  16. Gorgeous card Sunehra.. I especially like the window with the knobs and the apt text too! Thanks a zillion for encouraging me on my little space.. I literally did a li'l jig of joy :)

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  17. WOW this is all I can say..... :)) superb card :))

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  19. Hi Sunehra!
    You've got a beautiful blog! I came via Sheetal's "athomecanbefun". I'm glad I've found your beautiful blog, as I've always loved your creations at the itsybitsy blog. And been thinking that is your blog. By the way, this window card you've made is so lovely... I just love the purple flowers. As a mother of two young kids, your craft work is just amazing and makes me wonder!!

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  20. awee cute !
    Love the idea ! :)

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  21. WOW this is so beautiful Love the wood texture on the door and how you have made it open!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts School Projects

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