Sunday, 7 March 2010

Circuitboard flower card

This card was designed around a piece of circuitboard. Its surface was yellowed by a burnt in trace of oil which inspired me to go for the patched Shabby Chic look. The flower is pierced as you can see in the detail.
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34 comments:

Erich said...

Tolle Karte! :-)

Liebe Grüße aus Hamburg

~amy~ said...

wow...I love that bloom...gorgeous work!

Lynda Benden said...

This is beautiful! Your flower is GORGEOUS!

Amy said...

Great card!!

Rose said...

oh this is awesome!! love the shabbyness (is that a word?) and all the textures :)

Sue said...

fabulous creation,thank you for joining us at pollycraft

sue
xx

Pauline C said...

Gorgeous vintage style card. Thanks for joining in this week's CCC celebrations - why not pop over to my blog, leave a comment and a link to enter my DT blog candy?
Pauline x

Eva said...

Beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with us at Caardvarks!

Martine said...

oh wow this is such a pretty card, i love everything about it

thanks so much for joining in with this weeks challenge over at Simon Says Challenges :)

xx

Martine

Tina46 Kreativblog said...

wonderful card !! thanks for joining in our challenge.
hugs tina46
eac-team

Georgia said...

Wow, such a pretty card - I love it! Thanks for joining us at the Crafty Calendar Challenge! :)
Georgia xx

Mandy said...

Fab male card.
Thanks for joining us at Creative Inspirations
hugs Mandy xx

Queenie said...

Beautiful card luv shabby chic!
Thank you for joining us over at creative inspirations this week and good luck.
Hugs
Tracy
xxx

Cheryl said...

oh this is a lovely card love it great image too thanks for joining us over at creative inspirations hugs cheryl xxx

Gloria Stengel said...

Very creative! Thanks for playing at both 365 Cards and OCC.

dstandard said...

Pretty card!Thanks for playing at Card Patterns!

Suzi said...

Fab card, love how you've done the flower. Thank you for joining in with us at Creative Inspirations this week. Good luck in the draw. Suzi xx

Silke Ledlow said...

Great looking card Agnes!!! Your image is unique and creative!!!

Thank you for adding the OCC Sketch to your design!!! Hugs ~S~

Caroline said...

Great card!! I love it. Thanks for joining ua at the CCC this month. Caroline x

Sarpreet said...

brilliant card - glad to see you posting after such a long while - hope all is well

Yogi said...

very nice. Interesting flower.

Lauren Hatwell said...

A very interesting take on the sketch. Beautiful papers. Thanks for joining us at WSC this week. Lauren x

Karen said...

Lovely, thanks for joining us at WSC.
xx

Loretta said...

That blue flourish paper is stunning!

Thanks for playinf along with us on the OCC!

Dawn B. said...

This is so pretty. I love the colors.. Thanks for joining us at Flourishes this week.

Crafting Joanne said...

Wonderful card vintage style card, gorgeous flower.

Thanks for joining us at Pollycraft.

Hugs

Joanne xx

Lea L. said...

Great job!! Thanks for joining us at CPS this week!

♥Lea

Betty Wright said...

Agnes, this is terrific! Lovely design and detailing! Great celebration card! Thanks so much for playing FTTC!

Arwen said...

Beautiful card!
Thanks for joining Cutie Sunday this week.

xoxo Arwen

My Creative Outlet by Janna said...

Ooh! How fun! I love that flower! Thanks for playing at CCC!

Janna :)

Pam said...

Very nice!

Caroline and Jayne said...

lovely xxxx You should pop over to our crafting blog www.fiskarettes.co.uk and show us your work xxx

Jenni said...

Clever idea and a great card, thanks so much for joining us at Creative Inspirations.
Jenni x

Anne Gaal said...

Hi, Agnes! I had a lot of fun last year working on my Sketchbook Project journal, and I hope you will, too! I don't know what I would do with your theme "And then there was none" but I'm sure you have a vision in mind! Will you be sharing some of your work in your journal here on your blog as you go? I hope so! Good luck! :-)