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Thursday, 20 July 2017

CAS Card - Diamond Pattern

Hi Guys,

How are you all doing?? It is monsoon here and its been pouring since past few days! It is wonderful to be at home and craft. So I am here with a simple and quick CAS card.
This is an A2 size, side folding card. I have die cut the card front with stitched rectangle die. I used the diamond pattern stamp and heat embossed it on the card front with silver embossing powder. Then I coloured the diamonds with zig markers with pale pink, sky blue and navy blue colours. Then I die cut the sentiment in black and glued it to the card front. And finished the card with some silver sequins. I have die cut a grey pattern paper with stitched rectangle die and stuck it to the card base and then pasted the card front on this pattern paper die cut.
Supplies are listed at the end.
Hope you like the card. Comments and suggestions are welcome!








Supplies
Cardstock/ Paper
Iris Cardstock 270 gsm
Canson Montval Watercolour Paper 300 gsm
Pebbles Paper Pad 6*6 - Grey Pattern Paper
InkPad
Versamark Watermark Inkpad
Stamp
Altenew Pattern Play - Diamond
Die
Gina Marie Designs - Stitched Rectangle
Waffle Flower Die - Celebrate
Other
Ranger Silver Embossing Powder
Zig Clean Real Brush Markers
White Glue
Sequins

I am entering this card for the following challenges
Colours and Sketch Challenge #232 - Colours ( I have used colours navy, pale pink and sky blue)
 
HLS July Watercolour Challenge - Anything Goes Optional Twist Blue
 

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

You make me smile

Hello Friends,

I am here with another card. I just got my first ever background stamp. Have lots to try with this one and this is the first card I came up with. This is a A2 size card.
I stamped and heat embossed the front panel of the card with white embossing powder. I used the emboss resist technique to blend the distress inks over the embossing  to colour the card front. I also stamped and heat embossed some images. I coloured these images with the zig markers and added some glitter with a glitter pen. Then I die cut a panel and stuck the background image onto it, arranged the flowers on the card front and popped up the sentiment with the foam tape. Finished the card by sticking it to the card base with white glue and topping it with some sequins to add interest to the card.
Hope you like the card. Supplies used for this card are listed at the end.





Supplies

Cardstock
Bielo Cardstock 300gsm
Canson Montval Watercolour paper 300 gsm
Iris Cardstock 270gsm
Black Cardstock 270gsm
Stamps
Altenew - Pattern Play Diamond (Background Stamp)
                 Beautiful Day
Hero Arts - Hello Stamp set (Sentiment)
Die
Spellbinders Nestabilities - Timeless Rectangle 4
Inkpads
Versamark Watermark Inkpad
Distress inks - Salted Ocean, Tumbled Glass
Other Supplies
Ranger White Embossing Powder
Zig Clean Real Brush Pens
Sequins
Spectrum Noir Clear Sparkle Pen
White Glue


I am entering this card for the following challenges
Polkadoodles Week#28 - Anything Goes
DL.ART July Linky Challenge

 
 
 

 

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Celebrate

Hello Lovely People,

I am here today with another card that I made for a friend's birthday, and yes... its the Bokeh Effect again! I just love how this effect makes the simple background so interesting!!
This is a A2 size card. I spread some clear water on the card panel. Then I used the distress inks to give it a water colour effect...just dropped the inks on top of the water and let them blend. I die cut the front panel with stitched rectangle die. I stamped 2 flowers and coloured them with Zig water colour markers (Yayyy!!! my first card with my new possession, the Zig Clean Real Brush Markers). Placed these flowers diagonally opposite in 2 corners.
I also die cut a piece of vellum with the stitched rectangle on the outside and with a oval die at the center. Then I die cut the sentiment Celebrate with a white glitter foam and placed it at the center of the card. I love how vibrant this card looks and the vellum provides some background to the flowers to show off their vibrancy! Then I arranged all the elements and pasted the card front on the card base with white glue. Added a few sequins to finish the card.
Supplies are listed at the end. Do leave your comments. Thank You!






 Supplies Used

Cardstock
Bielo Cardstock 300gsm
Iris Card Stock 270gsm
Vellum
Canson Montval 300gsm Water Colour Paper

Ink Pads
Distress Ink Minis - Festive Berries and Seedless Preserves
Archival Inkpad Jet Black
Memento Luxe Inkpad - Wedding Dress

Dies
Gina Marie - Stitched Rectangle, Stitched Oval
Waffel Flower - Celebrate

Stampset
Altenew Beatiful Day

Other
Zig Clean Real Brush Markers
White Glue
Sequins
White Glitter Foam

I am entering this card for the following challenges
 
 
 
 

Monday, 26 June 2017

Sending You Hugs

Hello Guys,

I am super excited with this card I have made. It is inspired by a video tutorial I saw on Youtube. This is a super simple card and yet so different. The effect in the background is called the Bokeh Effect. This is a effect which we usually see in photography, where the background is blurred.

Now about the card, this is a 5*7 inches size card. I wet the entire card with clear water using a flat brush. Then I smooshed some distress inks on a acetate and mixed some water to it and then applied it on the card panel. The colours freely flowed and mixed to form a beautiful watercolour background. Now I covered the card front with a circle stencil and applied white pigment ink. Keeping it light at some places and applying pressure to get a dark colour where there are small circles. Then I die cut a rectangle out of a glitter white foam and a sentiment hello out of the same foam. I stamped the small sentiment below the die cut sentiment. I heat embossed a butterfly with white embossing power on vellum, fussy cut it and stuck it on the card front. Then I stuck the card front on the card base with white glue. And finished the card with a few sequins.
The supplies are listed at the end, do leave your comments if you like the card.


Supplies Used
Bielo Cradstock 300 gsm for card front
Iris Cardstock 270 gsm for card base
Vellum
Distress Ink Minis - Peacock feather, Mustard seed
Glitter Foam White
Memento Luxe Inkpad - Wedding Dress
Versamark Watermark Inkpad
Archival Jet Black Inkpad
Embossing Buddy
Ranger White Embossing Powder
Gina Marie Stitched Rectangle
PABD Stencil
White Glue
Sequins
Sequins
Vellum


I am entering this card for the following challenge

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Stencil it
Crafting From Heart Challenge #165
Crafty Creations Challenge #344 - Anything Goes

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Wishing You Happiness

Hello Crafty Folks,

Today I am here with a single layered card. Clean and simple, its size is 5.25* 7.25 inches. This is a very basic card where I have stamped the floral images and water coloured them using distress inks. I added some water to each image and then added the colours, let them flow and mix to create beautiful shading on each flower and leaf. Then I added shadow effect with a light grey sketch pen. This is a good way to add dimension to images in a single layered card. Then I stamped the sentiment. I stuck the card front onto a red cardstock and then pasted it to the card base using foam tape to add dimension. Topped it up with some sequins to add some interest to the card. Hope you like the card.
Supplies used are listed at the end.

 
 
Supplies Used
 
Bielo Cardstock 300gsm
Red Cardstock 250gsm
Stamp Set - Craftyscrappers Magnificent Champaca
                    Penny Black Sprinkles and Smiles
Inkpad - Archival Jet Black
Distress inks - Festive Berries, Mustard Seed, Carved Pumpkin, Peeled Paint, Mowed Lawn
Faber Castell Grey Sketch Pen
Foam Tape, White Glue and Sequins

Entering this card for the following challenge

DL.ART June linky Challenge
Word Art Wednesday Challenge #288 #289 Anything Goes

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Thanks a Bunch

Hi Lovely People,

Today I am here with a simple card. It is a A2 size card made with emboss resist technique. First I stamped the images and heat embossed them, with masking the images wherever needed. Then I used the distress inks with smooshing technique to apply colours on the card. I put some distress ink on the acetate sheet and then smooshed it onto the card. Then I die cut the card panel with stitched oval die. I used foam tape to arrange the die cuts and add dimension and interest to the card. I finished the card with a sentiment on a vellum stripe placed at the center of the card and a few sequins.
Supplies are listed at the end
 

 

 
Supplies
 
Bielo Cardstock 300gsm
Red Cardstock 250gsm
Stamps - Mudra Mendhika
               For Sentiment - Craftyscrappers Magnificent Champaca
Distress Inks - Festive Berries, Mustard Seed, Carved Pumpkin
Archival Jet Black Ink
Versamark Watermark Ink
Ranger Super Fine White embossing Powder
Die - Gina Marie - Stitched Rectangle Die
                               Stitched Oval Die
Vellum
Sequins
Foam Tape, Glossy Accents, Red Sequins
 
I am entering this card for the following challenges
 

Mudra Challenge #10 - Triple Time Stamping/Stenciling
 
 

HLS June Water Colour Challenge



 



 

Sunday, 18 June 2017

Shabby Chic Card

Hello Lovely People,

Today I am here with a creation to feature handmade flowers and leaves from Itsybitsy(Juniper Passion and Royal Ferns) . I would like to thank Itsybitsy for sending me this beautiful stuff. This pack has a wonderful combination of flowers, leaves and butterflies in a single pack which is like a complete embellishment package that a project would need. Please click on the link in the Supplies list to buy these beautiful flowers for your projects to add more beauty and elegance!


Now, a little about the project . This is my first try at a Shabby Chic Card. The handmade flowers from Itsy Bitsy add a lot of interest to the card. I have distressed the edges of the front panel. I have coated the resin embellishment with Frosted Sugar Powder, and added shaker elements to the frame (check out the video for that). Then I arranged the flowers and the leaves. and added some rhinestone embellishments, lace trim, some die cut leaves and doily and sentiment tiles. I also added a few more flowers from my Itsybitsy flower stash. I have stuck all these flowers and embellishments to the card front using the super strong silicon glue. The layer below the front panel has also been distressed at the edges and I have used Distress Ink to ink the panel. I have added a lace to the card base and added foam to pop up the front panel. The supplies have been listed below .
Hope you like the card, do leave your comments!




 
 
video


Supplies
Handmade Flowers from Itsybitsy, click here to go to buy these and many other beautiful flowers (Juniper Passion, Royal Ferns)
Handmade Flowers Vintage and some mulberry roses.
Cardstock - Iris 270 gsm cardstock. Red cardstock 250 gsm.
                   Bob and Betty pattern papers (The Good Old Times)
Embellishments - Lace trims, thread, rhinestones, pollens, sentiment tiles
Distress Ink - Seedless Preserves, Peeled Paint for die cut leaves
Dies - Cherry Lyn Designs Italian Flourish Tiny Doily, Leaves Flourish #13
Foam Sheet
Silicon Glue Red Tacky tape

I am entering this card for the following challenge

LTCCB #11 - June Anything Goes!

Craft Addiction Challenge #06 Flowers Flowers and yet more flowers

Crafting when we can challenge #146 - Shabby Chic

613AvenueCreate Challenge #198 Anything Goes

Drangonflydreamschallenges Add Sparkle

More Mixed Media Challenge - Anything Goes optional Purple

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Thank You Card

Hello Peeps,

Here with another simple but interesting card. This is a A2 size card, the front panel has been die cut with stitched rectangle die. The focus of this card is its distress ink blended background. It is a perfect blend of all the vibrant shades. I have blended all the distress inks and spread some splatters and flick of water to add interest to the background.
I have die cut a circle in the card , and added foam tape to rest of the card front to add dimension and interest to it. The sentiment has been die cut and layered to add dimension. The leaf images have been stamped and heat embossed with white embossing powder.
Supplies have been listed at the end. Hope you like it, do leave your comments!
 
 
Supplies
 
Bielo Cardstock 300gsm
Black Cardstock 300gsm
Distress Inks - Pickled Raspberry, Carved Pumpkin, Mustard Seeds, Salty Ocean and Wilted Violet.
Stamps - Altenew Beautiful Day, Hero Arts Thanks
Gina Marie Stitched Rectangle Die, Nestabilities Circle Die
Versamark Watermark Ink
Ranger White Embossing Powder
Sequins
 
 
Entering this card for the flowing challenges
 

 
 
 
 
 
 Creates and Makes Challenge #12 Anything Goes/Optional Yellow

 

Make a wish Card

Hello Friends,

I am here with a simple birthday card.  I wanted to keep the background ink blending as the main focus in the card with a pretty birthday message. It is A2 sized card. The front panel has been de cut with the stitched rectangle die. The panel is coloured with blending 4 distress inks. The centre of the card has been raised by adding foam tape. I have heat embossed the sentiment and the small images in the background. The panel has been adhered to a black card base.
I am sorry that I couldn't click more pictures of the card as I had to send it out in a hurry :D
The supplies have been listed at the end. Hope you like the card.
 
 
Supplies
 
Bielo 300 gsm cardstock
Black cardstock 250 gsm
Distress Inks - Tattered Rose, Pickled Raspberry, Wilted Violet and Chpped Saphire
Versamark Water Ink
Gina Marie Stitched Rectangle Die
Stamps - Kaiser Craft Birthday Stamp. Hero Arts Stamps
 

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Triple Stamping Layered Card

Hello Friends,

I am here with a new card. This is a A2 sized layered card.  I have used foam tape to pop up the front panel and give dimension to the card. In this card, I have used the distress ink smooshing technique for the first time. I created a background with blending 3 distress inks with a blending tool. Later on I generously added water to the card front and covered it with food wrap and tried creating creases over it such that after drying it leaves a pattern on the cardstock. This technique was inspired from a Jennifer McGuire video I had recently seen , but that was done with water colours. I tried to use the same technique using distress ink. It helped me get a smooth blended background.
Later on I added a few flicks of paint (golden and black) to add more interest to the card front.Then I stamped the flower images and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I finished the card with a sentiment embossed in white embossing powder and adding a few sequins.
The supplies used are listed at the end. Do leave your comments if you like the card.


 
 
 
Supplies
 
Bielo Cardstock 300 gsm
Black Cardstock 250 gsm
Gina Marie Stitched Rectangle Die
Stamps - Mudra Linen Blooms, Mudra Brushed Alphas for the sentiment
Versamark Watermark Ink
Distress Inks - Salty Ocean, Cracked Pistachio, Mustard Seed.
Fevicryl Acrylic Colours Golden and Black
Ranger White Embossing Powder
Foam Tape and White glue.

Entering this Card for the following Challenge
Mudra Challenge #10 - Triple Time Stamping/Stenciling



HLS June Water Colour Challenge


Craft Stamper Magazine Anything Goes Challenge

Craft Addiction Challenge #06 - Flowers Flowers and yet more Flowers

Seven Hills Crafts June Die Cutting Challenge
 


Thursday, 20 April 2017

Thank You teacher card

Hello crafty folks,

I am back after a break , I am here with a CAS Card that I made for my daughter's class teacher.

I have used the Altenew Persian motifs stampset to make this card. I stamped the images with Archival Black ink and coloured them with Steadtler watercolour pencils. I added a layer of sparkle with Spectrum Noir Pen. I have used the stitched rectangle die to diecut the front panel. To finish the card I added few sequins, and stamped the sentiment with black archival ink. Then I coloured the edges of the card base with a matching distress ink that would look good with the shades on the card.
The supplies used are listed below.

1. Bielo White Cardstock
2. Stampsets - Altenew Persian Motifs
                      For the sentiment  Craftyscrappers  #1 Teacher
3. Steadtler Pencils, Spectrum Noir Clear Glitter Pen
4, Sequins.
5. Distress Ink - Chipped Sapphire