Saturday, April 20, 2013

Graphical Card

Hi Friends
I made this card for the kalalayaa geo-graphical challenge. One has to make a CAS card with geometrical or graphical shapes on it. 



I used a beautiful silver, grey and fawn/tan pattern paper with geometrical design. I matted it on black cardstock and made a bloom with silver metallic paper to go with the lovely silver on the PP.

Here are some pics to show the way I made the flower, just hand drawn flower shape, gave little texture and cut and assembled the flower as per the pics below, leaves are also hand drawn and cut and embossed with an  empty refill. 


I think this is CAS enough but the silver makes it special but at the same time difficult to photograph. Hope you all like it!!




13 comments:

angelin said...

Lovely and beautiful!!

Anuradha Prem said...

NICE CARD...

MargeGoh said...

Hi Suman, this card is absolutely beautiful. Love its simplicity.
Happy Sunday :)

Suman Pandit said...

thanx Angelin!!

Suman Pandit said...

Thank you Anuradha!!

Suman Pandit said...

thanx Marge, Have a good day!!

Read your travelogues and food reviews on your blog, you have a fine flair for writing and your pics are awesome. I esp liked the flowers you have clicked!!

Hussena said...

What a beautiful card Suman!..I love how you have made those hand-cut flowers and embossed them..What a fabulous idea! :-)

Suman Pandit said...

Thank you Hussena !!

Reusing with Quilling said...

Hey Suman beautiful card and the silver flower n leaves are stunning !

Komala Devi said...

Wow beautiful card suman, awesome idea love it.

Deepti Stephens said...

Very beautiful Suman! Love the flower. Thanks so much for playing along with us at 'For the love of crafting'. Good luck!

Nilu A said...

Beautiful flowers Suman.. Loved the silver flower and leaves :-)

nupurcreatives said...

Nice take on the challenge Suman.. Thank you for playing along with us at 'For the love of crafting'.

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