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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Birthday Floral Fusion

Hello friends!
Happy Wednesday!

I am back with a Birthday floral fusion card. No die-cuts this time....... Just stamping, watercoloring and fussy cutting!
It's a Birthday Celebration at Mudra, they are 2 years old!!! I love to enter my creation here! Congrats Mudra!!!

I love the interesting Tic-Tac-Toe elements from Mudra! Here I went with two rows-- Laces, Birthday and sequins/ Sentiments, Birthday and banners!

The inspiration came from Amy Lee pretty card here! I am casing her card and inspired by pretty florals and how she used only the one-third part of the card with spring feel on it and sequins as an embellishment!
And I chose these colors from the below pic!

Firstly I created my watercolored background using Altenew inks with a spring scene. Then iIstamped the grunge effect dots to create my BG.

Firstly I created my watercolored background using Altenew inks with a spring scene. Then I stamped the grunge effect dots to create my BG. 

On a textured fleece white CS, I stamped my favorite silhouette flowers using Misti. I masked my floral images and inked it in different bright colors.

Fussy cut the image and one of the floral image I inked again and popped it up for more dimension and interest.

I added lots of foam tape to create my panel for dimension and depth. Adhered my floral image on this watercolored panel base. After adding the sentiment banner, I added a gorgeous lace and finished it off with gorgeous sequins and some splatters. Love this summery colors with spring feel on it!

Here is the beautiful inside too:

Supply list
Cardstock: Premium fleece white from Little Birdie ( Itsy Bitsy)
Stamp sets: Floral Silhouette, Grunge effects and Purely sentiments- labelled stamp sets from Mudra
Altenew inks: Coralberry, cotton candy, evergreen, warm sunshine and Caramel Toffee
Archival ink: Jet Black
Sequins: Yellow- Couture sequins from Mudra
Acrylic Block: Impresso from Mudra
Lace and foam tape from my stash

Sunday, 18 March 2018

Sweet Wishes!

Hello to all!
Happy Sunday!

I know Holi festival is over but who doesn't love some sweets. No festival can complete without sweets so here is a colorful background card with sweet Gunjiyas and sparkly splashes!

  • On a piece of white CS I placed the Splash stencil and applied Tinted Gold Shimmer Paste through it.
  • Blended different DI-Candied apple, carved pumpkin, lucky clover, twisted citrus, fossilized amber, wilted violet, seedless preserves, salty ocean and mermaid lagoon to create a colorful background.
  • Stamped the image of thali with gunjiyas using Jet black Archival ink. 
  • I colored the thali using Creamy Cantalope Shimmer paint(Pearl Finish) and colored the sweet image using DI- fossilized amber and carved pumpkin. Visible clear in the below pic:
  • Added a die cut sentiment Sweet Wishes and placed the whole panel on a black CS.
  • Finished it off with some sequins.
Supplies used:

CS: Black and white CS
Stencil: Splash from Craftyscrappers
Stamp: Holi Celebration Stamp set from Craftyscrappers
Die: Bold sentiments_ Sweet Wishes from Stamplorations(Cutplorations)
Shimmer Paste: Tinted Gold Shimmer from Craftyscrappers
Shimmer Paint: Creamy Cantalope (Pearl Finish) from Craftyscrappers
Distress Inks: Candied apple, carved pumpkin, lucky clover, twisted citrus, fossilized amber, wilted violet, seedless preserves, salty ocean, mermaid lagoon and carved pumpkin
Archival ink: Jet Black

Friday, 16 March 2018

You Fill My Days With Colors!

Hello to all!
Happy Sunday!

A colorful card with festive feel on it! This is my DT post for Craftyscrappers!


  • I started with stamping some cute pichkari images from the Celebrate Holi Stamp set in Jet black Archival ink.
  • Colored these images using different Shimmer Sprays Sour eggplantOcean wavesBitter lemonSweet pumpkin and one DI- candied apple and one Memento dye ink- Dandelion using water. Fussy cut them.
  • On a stitched textured white CS, at the top, I carefully stamped the Splash image three times overlapping them from the Celebration Holi stamp set using Different DI and slightly spritzed it with mist bottle. Love the faded dripping colorful result. Then once again I stamped those splashes using same DI for the good impact result.
  • Die cut a scalloped circle out of black CS and black foam sheet. 
  • In the centre I created my own sentiment using the same stamp set again, this stamp set included so many cute text sentiments!
  • You Fill My Days With in jet black Archival ink and Colors in using different DI.
  • Now placed all the elements to create my colorful festive scene with fun using foam dots.
  • In the end, placed this panel on a colorful Plaid PP and adhered it on a white CS. And slightly applied some tinted gold SHIMMER PASTE for glittery impact with my brush for little sparkle.
Supplies used:

CS: Textured white CS
Pattern Paper: Plaids from Lawn Fawn
Stamp: Holi Celebration Stamp set from Craftyscrappers
Die: Stitched rounded rectangles from Peek-a-boo designs, Scalloped circle from Die cuts and more, Nesting circles from WRMK
Shimmer Paste: Tinted Gold Shimmer from Craftyscrappers
Shimmer Sprays: Sour eggplant, ocean waves, Bitter lemon, Sweet pumpkin from Craftyscrappers
Distress Inks: Candied apple, carved pumpkin, lucky clover, twisted citrus, fossilized amber, wilted violet, seedless preserves, salty ocean, mermaid lagoon and carved pumpkin
Archival ink: Jet Black

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges:
March Peopl here in India enjoyed holi festival too much and have faith that this festival always bring happiness to their lives!

Friday, 9 March 2018

Panel theme card in MM style!

Hello everyone!
Happy Friday!

This is a popular panel theme style card in mixed media style. I never plan out for my cards. I just started with 3 panels out of a textured white CS. 

  • Using clock and numbers stencil I applied 3 different Memento dye inks to create my wall clocks.

  • Then added another layer of Damask stencil in soft green!
  • I die cut some flowers and on a craft mat, sprayed those flowers with Shimmer Sprays Ocean waves and Sour eggplant, love the shimmery result.

A close up:

  • The MDF fairy is gesso first and then highlighted with Shimmer paint Royal Baby.

A  close up: 

  • Die cut some more different elements. The sentiment explore and number 2 die cut 3 times to make a good stack and on a top layer applied glossy accent for dimension. Now added all them to create the whole scene on a textured white card base. In the end added some shimmery splatters and applied gesso and shimmery paint to highlighted the flowers with more dimension.
  • Here is the end result.

Some close ups:

Well peeps, that's all from me today. Hope you all enjoyed today's projects.
Have a blessed day!

Happy Crafting!

Supply list:
Cardstocks: Textured Heavyweight Whisper white CS, black CS
Stencils: Damask, Clock and numbers stencils from Craftyscrappers
Dies: Numbers and Travel world pack sentiments from Kaisercraft; Flower 2 from Joycrafts; Stick frames from Poppystamps, Flourish  from Cheery Lynn Designs
Shimmer Spray: Ocean waves and Sour eggplant from Craftyscrappers
Shimmer Paint: Royal Baby from Craftyscrappers
Dye inks: Dandelion,Danube blue, lilac Posies, cottage ivy from Memento
Embossing pad and tools
Glossy Accents
Tile Sentiment: From Rainbowcraftykari store
Trimmer: Tonic Studio
MDF Wooden Fairy from Nirmal Stationers
Plaster, Pollens
Foam dots from Itsy Bitsy

Would love to participate in the following challenges: I used 2 different stencils and Shimmer Sprays, Shimmer paints and Gesso
Image may contain: text I am inspired by Feminine feel on this dreamy picture, vines, nature, tones of purples and greens

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Pretty Roses

Hello everyone!
Happy Women's Day to all my friends!

Spring is here! The weather is so nice with cool wind and the garden is full of blossoms. I really love this time of year! It's so pleasant and cheerful everywhere with full of colors
I have a pretty card to showcase you all!
Layered roses impact is very trendy and popular nowadays. And these roses I created using a beautiful stencil. It is a bit tricky and requires a lot of practice. After some successful attempts I managed to get some pretty roses. I decided to fussy cut and use the good ones to make a card.

Below is my take and trial methods I did. I took  some clicks step wise to make it clear how to use them.
This is the direct impact of Create-A-Flower(Roses) stencil to make you the concept clear.

 I used heavy whisper white CS and the inks I used here are Altenew inks in the tones of purple and green to achieve a good result. You can use any dye inks but it should be various shades of same color family. I started with light to darker shades. You can use pigment inks too but I refer for the best result to use dye inks only.

Place the stencil step wise as shown in the pics. Started with the base layer of the stencil and and for the depth and dimension I used purple color family tones here.
There are 3 rose elements too for masking. I placed one of them according to the given size and added those leaves in the shades of green.

 In all I love this stencil set! With little practice, roses were easy to align and love the final result after fussy cutting, so beautiful!

Die cut a scalloped circle frame 2 times out of white CS and a white foam sheet, made a stack. Now using my die, I placed Abstract Pattern stencil on my white card base and applied dye ink. Now placed the stack of die cut scalloped circle and added some splatters using Midnight magic shimmer spray for more interest and fun.

See the dimension here:

The sentiment Hugs is a Pre die-cut in black and finished it with some enamel dots!

The inside view:

Hope you enjoyed this beautiful creation!

Supply list:
Cardstocks: Heavyweight Whisper white CS, white foam sheet
Stencils: Create-A-Flower (Roses) and Abstract Pattern stencils from Craftyscrappers
Dies: Scalloped Stitched Circle from Die Cuts and More; Nesting circles from WRMK; Hugs from Crafyscrappers
Shimmer Spray: Midnight Magic from Craftyscrappers
Dye inks: Green Fields and Shades of purple ( set of 4)from Altenew
Archival ink: Jet Black
Trimmer: Tonic Studio
Foam dots: from Itsy Bitsy
Enamel Dots: Grey

Would love to participate in the following challenges: - I used my snippets for stencilling as u can see in the pics too. My fave technique right now is stenciling and masking Blomster,Blonder, Dies

Friday, 2 March 2018

Celebrate Holi! The festival of colors!

Hello there!
Holi Hai!

     "If wishes come in rainbow colors then I would send the brightest way to say Happy Holi!"
I am so excited to show my colorful and vivid colors Holi creation and this is for my family! In India, this is a celebration time to enjoy the Holi festival! It is a festival of colors, fun, eating, gathering!!! So here is my creation!

The party crowd is just perfect in framing using SSS Frames. For the BG of my card, I used colour bursts and Brusho, such fun! And combined it with a smiling sunshine, rainbow and clouds.

I adhered the rainbow, clouds and sunshine using foam dots. Added a smiley face using my black pen, some diamond stickles to rainbow and around the edge of each cloud for some extra fun! Adhered my panel on a white card base.  At the top most I added the Celebrate sentiment die cut.
Inside view:

 I used the masking crowd to match my outside, never waste my supplies:). Stamped the sentiment in jet black and colour the word Happy.

Supplies used:
Cardstocks and glitter sheet: Textured white CS, Brown color glitter sheet
Dies: Sizzix You & Me die set; Spellbinders On the edge die set; Die-Versions Party crowd set; Die- Namics Accent it- celebrate die set, SSS- frames(This is the life set)
Stamp: Sentiment from peek-a-boo designs
Color bursts:  Alizarin Crimson, Lemon Yellow Brusho-
Dye inks:  Memento- Dandelion, Tangelo; Brusho- Cobalt blue

Would love to participate in the following challenges: by happy spring colors!