09 June 2012

Acrylic distress technique with JUGS

Hi there!

It is time for my second card as guest designer this month at just us girls!

When I saw the tutorial for this weeks challenge I thought... this looks complicated!
But it's really fun, and not difficult at all! A great way to create lovely textured backgrounds.



This is how my card turned out :








A sentiment to share :



Just click on the image, right click and save if you wish to use it!

I would like to enter the following challenges:

4 crafty chicks ~ monochromatic
crop stop ~ monochromatic
reasonable ribbon ~ribbon & flowers
Through the craftroom door ~distressing
Creative belli blog ~sentiment only, no image
crafty card makers ~distress it
simon says stamp and show ~ texture

Thanks for visiting me today!


17 comments:

ursula Uphof said...

lovely card Hannelie, you have done that very well. Lovely sentiment...thank you for sharing with us.

Desire Fourie said...

Love everything about this. Just so beautiful. Wishing you a wonderful weekend with a bit of creativity on the side. {Jy was stil hierdie week, hoop alles is okay daar}
Hugs
Desíre
Digistamps4Joy DT Member
Doing Life

Lynn said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous monochromatic card. I love that argyle background Hannalie. I'll admit that when I first looked at the technique I thought oh no...but wow! I loved how it turned out. The bloom on your card is beautiful!!

Olga said...

Dit is baie mooi! Mal oor die sagtheid van die kleure!

StephC said...

Wow, this is beautiful! I love the technique, and the monochromatic look. So glad you joined us at the Creative Belli challenge!

Vicki said...

Fabulous card! Great technique. Thanks for joining our CropStop Monochromatic Challenge.

Candy C said...

Your card is lovely. I love your harlequin embossed and distressed background. The die cut shape, your pretty layered flower and the ribbon all work well together. Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

Lisa Kind said...

Another lovely JUGs card! I love the embossing folder you used. It was perfect for this technique! And I love the sentiment you created! Very talented indeed!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Your card is fabulous! Well done with the technique and WELCOME to the GD for the month!!

Feebsy said...

A really beautiful card, the distressing technique you've used is a lot of fun I must try it. I really like the argyle pattern and pink and brown are so perfect together and your finishing touches are perfect - how do you tie your bow so perfectly?

Thanks for joining in with my Distress It! challenge at Crafty Cardmakers.

Feebsy
xx

Annette said...

Beautiful card .
Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers this week.

Annette

Veronica said...

Oh my this is so fantastic,,,,,, I am going to have to try this
Thank you for joining us at CropStop Challenge Blog
Veronica

Marie Gamber said...

Wow! Just elegant! Thanks for joining us at THCRD!
Hugs,
Marie

Andrea M said...

Hannelie! This is gorgeous!!!! Sorry I haven't been by until now - so glad you're guest designing with JUGS!

Katie said...

Pretty card. The embossing is such a nice touch. Thank you for joining us at CropStop this week!

CropStop said...

NICE! Thanks for joining in the fun at www.CropStop.com

Bonnie said...

Great card! Thanks so much for participating in our Really Reasonable Ribbon Challenge.