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Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards by Kim Ewins

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards by Kim Ewins

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

Hello…hello, Kim here to share with you my Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards. A couple of cards I have created using the stunning Broccato Estense collection from Ciao Bella

Teamed with a few other goodies from Anna’s Craft Cupboard, I think they turned out a treat!!

Here, let me show you!

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

I took 3 pre-folded cards, two I used as my card body and the other I cut in half and used as my base to work on. Trimming down slightly. I then took a canvas sheet from a pad and cut to the same size as my base. Using scissors I roughened up the edges, then using a good craft glue I stuck the canvas to my base and let dry. Using the Ciao Bella Broccato Estense collection I decided on the papers I wanted to use and then I trimmed them slightly smaller (roughly 5mm each side), than my canvas base.

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

For this ‘Beauty’ card I cut 3 narrow lengths & stuck them in place, next I fussy cut one of the birds from the Broccato Estense tag and sentiment sheet along with the sentiment ‘Beauty’.

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

I stuck a piece of lace above my paper strips and then I began arranging the bird, muslin, fussy cut flowers and some gorgeous blooms  from the Graphic 45 Rose Collection Bon Voyage & French Blue. I then added in some ArtQuest Mini Prills in Minnie Pearls. Sticking down once I was happy with placement. I then took a little Tonic Studio Nuvo Expanding Mousse in Worn Linen and put it on my craft mat and added a touch of water, then using a piece of cardboard I loaded up the edge and added a little boarder around the edge of the card. I also done this with a little navy blue paint and also added in a few random splats of paint.

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

 

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

With this second card I kept the design very simple as I love the Ciao Bella Broccato Estense papers. I added muslin between my base and the papers. Using my paper trimmer I also cut (at random) around the edge, about 1cm in from the edges and tucked & glued in muslin to create interest.

 

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

I stuck down a small amount of lace, a couple of buttons, a sentiment, some Graphic 45 blooms and again I added some of the gorgeous ArtQuest Mini Prills. Oh…. and I also added a feather!!!

Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards

Once happy with the front of my cards I then stuck them to the card body’s.

I do hope you have found my post interesting and I hope you feel inspired to check out the Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Collection?

It is a truly beautiful Collection. I will be back to share another creation very soon.

Thank you for stopping by to view my Ciao Bella Broccato Estense Cards.

Until next time

Kim

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