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Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Warm Wishes with Peonies!

Hello to all!
Happy Thursday!!

It's December already! And time to prepare some New year, Christmas or celebrations card to gift someone!

Here is DT post for DCAM blog, I made using Ready to color Peonies critter sheet!

I colored the Peonies with my Chameleon  Color Tones.

Later, I added the yellow-orange Peonies to set my design. 
After coloring, fussy cut them, added some white dots using white gel pen and black detail pen dots too.

Then adhered my peonies on a white card base panel, where I added black stripes with a vellum panel in between. Added the bold Wishes chiplet sentiment along with warm wishes from our home.

 Finished the card by adding clear rhinestones and glass slippers sequins.
Hope you inspired to color yours!

Happy Crafting!

Supply List

Cardstock: Black and white CS, Vellum sheet
Critter sheet: Ready to color Peonies from DCAM store
Chiplet Sentiment: Wishes in black from DCAM store
Stamp: Sentiment is from YNS- Winter home stamp set
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Chameleon Tones: a set of 72 pens
White gel pen: Sakura
Few sequins and rhinestones

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges: The color palette definitely caught my eyes and made another one inspired by these fall colors - 3 peonies

Celebrate with a coffee cup!

Hello everyone!
Happy Wednesday!

This time I wanted to combine my coffee card to Christmas in Traditional colors!
I used Die set with coordinating stamp set and embossing folder included in it which I won from a challenge hosted by Talented Lisa! Thank u so much Lisa for this beautiful set! Hoping I did justice with this awesome set! 😊
Don't you wish you could buy coffee in this cute cup !!!

I masked my coffee cup stamp image because I wanted only an outline inking and paper pieced it with my coordinating die. Then I hand cut the coffee lid and inking it more dimensional. Added a folied snowflake doily in gold( Thank u so much Hetty Sanders for sending them, these are so pretty) underneath my coffee cup along with beautiful Poinsettias, some pine boughs. Added a layer of dry embossed coffee cups which is cut an edge using Border Builder dies. Also cut a PP using the same border die and mounted with foam adhesive on my green card base.
Added a die cut a bold Merry word with Christmas and finished it off by adding some golden half pearls and a punched snowflake with a sequin snowflake in white on my coffee lid. 

I added glossy accents to those berries.
And Here is the inside message in the coffee cup of my daily drinking coffee schedule!!!

That's for a day!
Happy crafting and enjoy coffee!

Supply list:

Cardstocks: White CS, green CS
Pattern Paper: Merry and Bright from Kaisercraft
Stamps: Coffee time( A stamp, dies and embossing folder set) from Sizzix; Coffee hour from Simon Says Stamp; In a word: Merry stamp set from Winnie & Walter
Embossing Folder: coffee cups from Sizzix
 Dies: Coordinating Die with Coffee time set from Sizzix; Border die set from DCAM store; In a word: Merry Cutaways from Winnie& Walter;  Pine Boughs from Poppy stamps
Distress ink: Candied apple
Archival ink: Jet black
Foil Snowflakes: Gold in color from Stampin
3 D embellishments Christmas flowers: Small Poinsettias from Hobby Lobby
Half adhesive Pearls: Golden color from my stash

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges: Inspired with Hues of Red, orange and green and 3 Poinsettias inspired by the drink
Challenge winter I completed all 3 Things! I used Pine Bough here

Monday, 3 December 2018

Winter Cuppa!

Hello to all!
Happy Monday!

It is the most wonderful time of the year end!
 My very Talented friend Amy Tsuruta is hosting a Fall/ winter coffee blog hop 2018 with lots of amazing super sponsors! I always love to participate here!

My today's card features a stamp called "Winter Cuppa". 
I love these two, Polar bear and Lisbeth, so cute!!! They look so warm and cozy together!

She is stamped on Neenah's card stock and coloring with DI and my watercolor pencils.

 Then using my embossing pen I drew some falling snow, embossed them. 

I used some PP with winter feel on it and distressed the edges. Added a layer of true snow for some real effect. 

Then finished it off with loads of embellishments, warm wishes tag, a sparkly cute peg holding a coffee die sentiment, gorgeous laces and some sparkly dots with florals.

Hoping you enjoyed this beautiful winter scene enjoying a winter cuppa!!!
Thanks for popping by!

Supply list

Cardstocks: Neenah Solar White CS
Pattern Paper: Houndstooth Pattern from Lawn Fawn
Stamp: Winter cuppa from Little Darlings, sentiment from Winter Home stamp set from YNS
Dies: Nesting Rectangles from Tattered Lace, Coffee word sentiment from YNS, Tag is from Sahpeabilites back to basic Tags from Spellbinders
Watercolor Pencils: Black and white from Staedtler
Distress Inks: Faded Jeans, blueprint sketch, hickory smoke, ground espresso
Embossing Powder: White puff Twinkle embossing glitter from Wow
Glitter powder: White iridescent glitter frm Ayeeda powder
True Snow: Aleene's
Embellishments: Sparkly dots in blue, Pom-pom lace, white frill lace, rose flower, pollens and filler is from my stash

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: Thing 1, Thing 2, Thing 3 all combined! I am inspired by Winter wonderland inspired by drink, winter, snow, winter wonderland,
Challenge winter
Monthly Card Challenge at Kat Scrappiness

Friday, 30 November 2018

Hello World!

Hello everyone!
Happy Friday!

Today, I am on Cut It Up Challenges Blog along with a beautiful theme World hello day to brighten someone day!

This is my take on this pretty sketch! 

This one has a graphic look along with six pretty blooms. I inked up my stencil with a stick blending tool as shown in the pic by masking technique. As I want the Geo design at the top only. I inked only four columns of geo stripes across my card in tones of blues and yellow!

I stamped some Mogras with blue ink and layered them in the tones of blues and greens only. Added depth with my Polychromos pencils. Added some dots using Sakura white gel pen for more interest. The Hello World is a chippie word which is also inked up and highlighted with adding white dots.

I love the final output!

Supply list

Cardstock: Glossy white CS
Stamp: Mogra Layers from Mudra stamps
Stencil: Deco Pattern from Mudra Stamps
Chipzeb: Words#2 from Mudra Stamps
Die: Double Stitched Rectangles from Peek-a-boo Designs
Punch: Rounded corner 
Dye Inks: Aqua blue, turquoise, Sapphire blue, Chinese blue, Lawn green, Mustard yellow from Tubby crafts
Blending Tools: Sticks from DCAM store
Distress Markers: Evergreen Bough, mowed lawn, salty ocean
Polychromos pencils: white 101, cobalt turquoise 155, Prussian blue 246
White gel pen, masking tape

25 Days of Christmas Tag Day 16

Hello friends!

 There are such varieties and a lot of pretty inspiration tags to start your Christmas tags with awesome sponsors at 25 days of Christmas Tags by talented Tracey!

My tag is inspired by Day 16! I chose Emily's pretty tag with unique glittery background effects as my inspiration and I love how she replaced the letter O with a snowflake to create the word JOY.

To create my Joy word I also die cut the letter J &Y and added a metal snowflake for the letter O.
I love the colors mint hues with sugar spun, it reminded me of a sweet green watermelon with vibrant ruby red pulp!

I blended cracked Pistachio and candied apple DI for my background. Instead of applying glimmer paste ( I don't have it )I applied crystal clear Nuvo drops with my palette knife to create the shimmer.
Then I punched out some snowflakes in gold foil sheet with some white snowflakes sequins. Added the pearl dots for the impact of falling snow.  In the end, added a loop tag blended with DI and a green color twine bow.

And this is so easy and quick to make for gifting purpose to make someone smile!

Supply list

Cardstock: White CS, gold foil sheet
Dies:  Double stitched rectangles to create my own tag from Peekaboo Designs, Big Bold letters from DCAM store
Punches: Snowflake punch from Jags
Distress inks: Cracked Pistachio and Candied Apple
Nuvo: Crystal clear drops
Twine: Green sparkle single cord from Lawn Fawn
Metal charm: Snowflake
Liquid Pearls: White Opal

Would love to join the following challenges:

Wednesday, 28 November 2018

STAMPlorations Guest Designer Post #4

Hello to all!
Happy Wednesday!

Time to share some Inspiration for Wonderful Wednesday Coloring at Stamplorations with dear Renne and Gwendolyn!

No line watercoloring with Lotus love

Beautiful Lotus flowers a hit for me as it seems they are with you too!
I stamped few of the blooms, leaves and stems using masking technique in Tattered rose DI.

For coloring, this time I used my Staedtler watercolor pencils! And added some water wash splatters, hard to see.

For the sentiment, I cut a handmade tag in black and heat embossed the sentiment in opaque bright white EP. This tag is then foam mounted on the panel. Added a double shade baker twine to finished off as an accent!
Needless to say, I had great fun painting these flowers!

Supply list

Cardstocks: White Watercolored textured sheet, black CS
Stamps: Lotus love and a sentiment from City Girl stamp sets from Stamplorations
Watercolor Pencils: Staedtler
Embossing Powder: Opaque bright white from Wow
Water brushes
Baker Twine

Card #2
Best in Me

My first card is highlighting the quote with a bunch of layered flowers!
I absolutely love the series of Typographia stamps! Not only they are wonderful quotes and easy to create custom sentiments!

First, I die cut a tag using the smallest rectangle with double running stitched rectangles and eyeletted it. Then stamped the quote using black archival ink.

I think the mix of fonts is so beautiful and really wanted to take centre stage. I made two horizontal slits along the bottom of my card front.  I started by blending my card front along with my tag with three different color dye inks. Then spritzed with water. Added some splatters with perfect pearls.
I stamped some flowers. I applied the dye inks directly on the stamp shown in the below pic.

Colored them and highlighted with glitter pens. I fussy cut apart all those leaves to make my bunch of flowers.

I just tucked all my flowers and leaves with dimensions along with my tag. I love these bunch of flowers with Perfect sentiment highlighting so well!

Supply List

Cardstock: Glossy white CS
Stamps: Typographia Romantique- Best in Me and Sweet Spring Wishes from Stamplorations
 Dies: Double Running Stitched Rectangles from Cutplorations
Archival ink: Jet Black
Dye inks: Raspberry, hot pink, lilac purple, lawn green, lemon yellow from Tubby craft
Perfect Pearls: silver
Wink of Stella Brush: Glitter clear
Wink of Stella pens: Fine glitter duct- pink, green, purple
Double shade string
Black Eyelet, eyelet settler, pink hanging ornament and shining pearl string

Layered sunflowers

I fell in love with this Typographia Best in Me saying so I decided to make another one but combined it with a Pocket Blooms stamp set and different color palette!


I die cut a panel and stamped directly those pretty blooms in DO at both corners and lightly watercolored them. You can see the difference clearly. I watercolored the top corner and left the bottom corner as it is.

Then inked up the same bloom image using Curved pumpkin DI.

Then stamp that saying in black archival ink on another die cut panel and matted them.

Comment to win at Stamporations blog with my co-designers blog to win a $15 G.C. Hoping you inspired with my projects!

Happy crafting!

Supply List
Cardstocks: Glossy white CS, Black and grape wine color CS
Stamps: Typographia Best in Me stamp set and Pocket Blooms stamp set from Stamplorations
Dies: Double Crazy Double Running Stitched rectangles from Cutplorations
Distress Oxides: Wilted violet, squeezed lemonade, Hickory smoke
Distress ink: carved pumpkin, fossilized amber
Archival ink: Jet Black

Would love to join my projects in my fave challenges:

Card#1 Lotus Love

Friday, 23 November 2018

Two pretty cards!

Hello friends!
Happy Saturday!
 I m so excited to share with you two pretty cards that I created with awesomely printed Critter sheets and this time I received some uncolored images too in my DCAM DT kit!!!

My first card is showcasing pretty Anemones! I really enjoyed coloring them and these florals are perfect for any coloring medium!

Pretty Anemones

To create my own pattern background, Placed the dual cube stencil on the white surface area and secure it with washi tape or painters tape. Add pattern to your project by blending inks. Gently pull the stencil off from the project area to see the result.

This stencil will help you to create an amazing woven background. Flip the stencil over the pattern and then apply the different color to achieve the good result.

Then I fussy cut some anemones from the ready to color anemones critter sheet and started coloring with some Chameleon pens. Add depth by shading using polychrome pencils of the same color shades.

Die cut some duo leaves, colored them and added some white gel pen dots.

Now I placed the stencilled panel in two different angles with my blooms and leaves. Added the fussy cut sentiment.  Added the fussy cut Congratulations banner from Sentimental bannerrific Critter sheet. Embellished it with some enamel dots.
Love the way it turned out so beautiful! I hope you enjoyed this card. There are a lot of possibilities with this critter sheet Anemones flower!

Supply List

Cardstocks: Glossy white CS
Critter sheets: Ready to color Anemones, Sentimental Bannerific from DCAM
Stencil: Flip over Dual Cube Builder Stencil from DCAM
Dies: Leaves Duo from DCAM
Chameleon Pens: RD3, RD5, GR2, GR3
Polychromos Pencils: 101,129, 155, 225
DistressInks: Cracked Pistachio, Lucky Clover
Sakura White gel pen
Fine liner black pen
Pop Dots

Card #2
Humming Bird

I started by fussy cutting some floral clusters, leaves and hummingbirds from DCAM Hummingbird critter sheet.

On a piece of heavy white CS, I created a woodgrain background using texture paste and with my woodgrain tool I created the textures and inked it. While it is still a little wet I sprinkled some Mermaid glitter powder for more interest and textures.

That beautiful border on the bottom was created by die cutting one of the dies from DCAM Pierced Scallop Borders dies set.

Isn't that hummingbird absolutely amazing? Seriously, Mansi Thinks of everything!!!
It is so easy to create any scene with dimensions and textures with so many components! And that bold chiplet sentiment Hello is icing on the cake! Finished it off with a shine on sentiment and some gold dots.

Supply List

Cardstocks: Glossy white CS, Espresso color CS
Critter sheets: Humming Bird from DCAM
Chiplets: Hello word from DCAM
Dies: Pierced scallop border die set from DCAM
Stamp: sentiment from Sunny Mae (Some odd girls stamp set
Texture Paste: Rangers
Woodgrain Tool: Nirmal stationers
Spray: Bamboo from Papericious
Embossing Powder: Opaque bright white from Wow
Glitter dust: Mermaid Crystal