28 May 2011

Its all a bit Shabby at Basic Grey!!!

Morning
I was kindly asked the other week to be GDT for Basic Grey Challenge Blog this month. Thankyou girlies ,I'm honoured to be. Well of course it meant buying another pack of Basic Grey papers!!!hee hee
The Challenge is Shabby Chic in Hot pink and Green. Well I LOVE shabby (even though my hubby said he didnt like my card!!!:(!! )  he just doesnt understand 'SHABBY'!!! LOL
My papers are of course Basic Grey ' Sweet Threads'. I painted Tilda on KRAFT!!! Yes and it worked. I didnt think it would as I havent seen Distress Inks on Kraft before and I thought it would of been a disaster!! I then slapped on Rock candy and Glossy Accents and got a little carried away.!! Ive also used a little cheese cloth on there, which is great for the shabby look.

Have a fab weekend and I'll be back again later today with another card not quite as shabby!
Love

8 comments:

  1. An amazing card Debbie, truly stunning

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  2. hi debbie ilove your card(s) your are my inspiration ,i am a big fan of yours :), i have a question what is the white stuff on your flowers , ilove that i hope you give me a anwser, , ihope they buy that in the netherlands ,,sorry for my english ,sometimes ist terrible LOL hugs Christa

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  3. it's gorgeous!
    Hugs
    Cordine

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  4. WOW!! love it Debbie :) I've always wanted to try distress inks on kraft as I adore both! definitely going to give it a go now! (hubbys don't get shabby chic do they mine is the same lol)

    Hugs

    xxxx

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  5. Hi Debbie! I LOVE it!! ♥ And great to know that you can paint with the Distresses on Kraft papers:)
    Have a lovely Saturday my friend!
    Hugs, Camilla

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  6. What a gorgeous card Debbie.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  7. Wow Debbie, this is beautiful. Love the new thing, coloring on kraft, it looks superrrr.
    Hugs, Yvon

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  8. Love your card Debbie, could you tell me where you get your cheesecloth please? It is a special sort or can it be obtained from a dressmakers? If you have an online link that would be great? Judy x

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