Friday, 22 February 2019

A delicate decorative Box.

Hello everyone!

Do you enjoy creating decorative boxes??

DCAM Long envelope die and Moraccon topper die is a great combination to make your own decorative boxes, isn't it amazing!!
Let's start with the box! I die cut 4 of the pieces of the long envelope die for the box and Insert the Moroccan Envelope tile topper in the envelope die for decoration.

Then I assembled all the pieces and created this box.
At the bottom and top of this box die cut the shadow embroidery border die to create the panel to decorate it as I required and adhered on it.
I added a beaded lace, a bow and some flowers to the bottom of the box. And at the top also I added some half pearls and some hangings to decorate the box.

I like how so beautiful and delicate this box came out! It can make your little gift so special!

Happy crafting!

Supply List
Cardstock: Coco white CS
Dies: Split long envelope die, Moroccan Tile envelope Topper, Embroidery Lace  with shadow die from DCAM store
Other: Mulberry roses, beaded lace, hanging, wire, half beaded pearls and a silver jewel stone is from my stash

Tuesday, 19 February 2019

Designer Shagun Envelopes!

Hello to all!
Happy Tuesday!

So happy and excited once again to associate with DCAM store products!

Envelopes are always so perfect for any special occasion whether it is a wedding ceremony, birthday celebrations, festive occasion, baby shower or any occasion with a message inside!

So today I am presenting different stylish Envelopes with the new launch by DCAM this month!!!!

This is the envelope die base. There is a crease line, fold them and cover up with the other one. You will get a simple long envelope in 5 minutes all, so quick and easy now!

Traditional  Style Envelope

Front image

Back cover

Body with crush material - felt clothing - Beautiful Tassel latkan with clayed parrot - colorful pom pom lace!
The tassel and clay parrot made by myself to enhance the beauty of this envelope and gave it a more traditional look!
It's very easy to make a tassel as shown in the pic. I used some silk threads, a cap for hanging, glued that tied silk threads inside the cap and cut the silk thread loop from the centre, voila done! And added those handmade clay parrot with some beads and pom poms through a very thin wire.

Fancy Moraccon style Envelope

For this, I die cut the pretty Moraccon style envelope topper in white.  On a white panel created a colorful Distress Oxide background. Color those pretty blooms from an uncolored critter sheet, fussy cut them and added a bannered sentiment.

Envelope #3
Alcohol inking with dry embossing

This envelope features a colorful background made with reflective Yupo paper and different alcohol inks with mixative gold and did dry embossing using envelope topper. Then highlighted it with my white gel pen, added some pearl dots in silver. The big and bold celebrate chiplet sentiment with some party flavour cutouts from the critter sheet. Finished it off with a golden string.


Back cover 

Envelope #4
Envelope with a pocket flap

Back cover

Hoping you all enjoyed these simple yet elegent choices! Would love to see yours now!
Happy Crafting!

Supply List

Traditional envelope #1
Handmade Paper: Crushed paper in Navy Blue
Felt: Baby pink
Die: Long envelope die from DCAM store
Clay: Sculpture dry clay
Chalk acrylic paints: Hazey Cucumber, Texas blue from Craftyscrappers
Chalk paints: Brick red, cyber grape, lamp black, Natural white from Papericious and Coral peony from Expressions craft to color my parrot
Other materials: Colorful Pom pom lace, colorful pom poms, beads, tassel, silk thread, wire from my stash

Fancy Envelope#2
Cardstocks: white and blue CS
Die: Long envelope and Moroccan topper die from DCAM store
Critter sheets: Ready to color anemones and sentimental bannerfic from DCAM store
Distress Oxides
Polychromos pencils
Chameleon Pens
Colorful jewels from my stash

Embossed background with alcohol inks envelope#3
Cardstocks: white and golden sheets
Yupo sheets
Die: Long Envelop die and Moroccan topper die from DCAM store
Chiplet: Sentiment in white from DCAM store
Critter sheets: blooming beauty from DCAM store
Alcohol Inks: Watermelon, sunset orange, sailboat blue, citrus, sunshine Yellow, mixative golds
Alcohol Blending Solution
white gel pen
Golden silk thread
Silver pearl drops

Envelope with a pocket flap #4
Cardstocks: white and blue CS
Dies: long envelope, Moroccan topper and Tag#2 dies from DCAM store
Baby blue cotton thread
Baby blue stretchable ribbon
Large baby blue jewel

Would love to enter my envelopes in these challenges:

Thursday, 7 February 2019

Birthday wishes!

Hello to all!
Happy Thursday!

Today's card is featuring Marvellous Mehndi style Patterns and fun to play with it!
Huge Congrats to Uniko and LIM challenge Team on celebrating their Birthdays!!!

Here I used desert night ink to stamp the motifs with a bigger image and created beautiful patterns.  Colored the main image with watercolor brushes and pens. I also heat embossed the sentiment on a strip of navy blue card stock and added to the main image. 
Stamped the same big motif on to the envelope at the edge too!

A close-up view:

I adore the design, so simple and beautiful! Isn't it!!!

Supply List
Cardstock: Smoke blue color CS with envelope and navy blue CS
Stamp: Marvellous Mehndi and sentiment is from Pure Florals Cosmos- Uniko stamp sets
Altenew Dye ink: Desert Night
Koi Brush pen: Yellow
Japenese Watercolor brushes: Light blue and Mustard yellow
Uni- Ballpen: light blue color
Embossing Powder: Opaque bright white from Wow

Would love to join these challenges:

Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Love is in the air interactive card!

Hello everyone!
Happy Wednesday!

After a month-long gap, I am back with my new creations! Happy me!!!

Since Valentine's is just around the corner I thought I'd bust out some stamps and dies with a combo of stencil and ink blending to put a cute valentine together!

I used a whole lotta of traditional Valentine colors in the shades of red, pinks and a touch of little purple to make this one. I love being to stretch my stamps for different occasions, don't you?
Using Falling my hearts stencil I created the front panel with a blended vertical stripe and cut out a circle window for peeking the sentiment though. Added a tiny heart chippie too.

When the mojo takes flight you start using all the tools with your imagination and creativity. Plus, it's nice not to feel like I'm not making the same card again and again. 

To create the cloud background, I die cut a mask with one of the stitched cloud borders. Placed it onto the panel and ink-blended with some dye inks. I moved my own crated mask a bunch of times. Maybe too many? I certainly got carried away as there are lots of clouds here!

I stamped the hot air balloon image with cute creatures enjoying riding in the basket on the one side of my white card panel and partially cut it at the edge. Watercolored the image with Zig markers. Then created the cloud background. Added some white splatters. And added the sentiment in black which is perfectly match with the scene.
And I think it is totally adorable!

Thanks for spending your wonderful time with me!

Supply List
Cardstock: White CS 300gsm
Glitter foam sheet: Golden color
Stamps: Hotair balloon and sentiment from sweet couple stamp set from Mudra
Stencil: Falling hearts from Mudra
Chipzeb: Tiny heart from Words#1 from Mudra
Dies: Puffy cloud borders from Lawn Fawn; Dual stitched circles from Peekaboo; nesting circles from WRMK
Markers: Zig clean color real brushes
Dye Inks: Imperial red, raspberry, hot pink from Tubby Craft
Archival ink: Jet black
Glitter pen: Gold color from Sakura

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges: I used a new stencil and new stamp set!

Thursday, 27 December 2018

Stitched pattern cards with bold sentiments!

Hello everyone!
Happy Thursday!

Hoping you all enjoyed Christmas with your friends and family!

Now time to create something different for celebrating New Year and I made a love card too. I did the stitching first time on my cards and very much happy with pretty results and the bold chiplet sentiment has truly enhanced the beauty of these projects!!!

Card #1

I created holes to stitch my white panel using a die. It's a double shade thread, created a random stitched pattern and left the centre part to adhered lotus which is a critter sheet and I fussy cut them. Added the bold Celebrate chiplet sentiment. 

Card #2

Again I created the holes on a white panel for stitching. Then I roughly drew a heart shape lightly with my pencil. And using the double shade pink thread and created a stitched cute heart.

Now adhered this white panel on my card base. Added the Love Chiplet with a tiny heart in pink.
Isn't it soooooo cute!!!

Hoping I inspired you!
Have a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year 2019!!!

Supply list

Cardstocks: Heavy white CS 350gsm
Pattern Paper Stack: DCWV shimmer stack 8"x8"
Critter sheet: Lotus from DCAM store
Chippies: Bold sentiment chiplets in black from DCAM store
Die: Stitching holes from YNS store
Thread: Double shade in pink
 Tiny heart in pink

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges:

Card#2 snippets of white CS and used crochet threads as snippets too!

Wednesday, 26 December 2018

STAMPlorations Guest Designer Post #6

Hello everyone!
Happy Wednesday!

Wishing Happy New Year to all!
I am very much enjoyed all past 3 months as a Guest Designer journey with STAMPlorations! I tried to come up with new ideas and using their products enhanced my creative skills more! Thank u so much dear Shery, you are so generous!

Today I am presenting super quick CAS style cards.

Winners will be randomly drawn from all comments left on my co-guest designer blogs Renee and Gwendolyn and Stamplorations blog to win $15 G.C.

Card #1
You make life sweet

On a piece of a white panel, I created a splattered background using sprays and shower of flutters stencil in blue.
Placed the heat embossed sentiment with sweet die cut text on my bright yellow card panel.

Supply list 
Cardstocks: White and Black CS
Pattern Paper Stack:  DCWV Creamy Cardstock Stack 12"x12"
Stencil: Shower of flutters from Artplorations
Stamp: Bold sentiments from Stamplorations
Die: Sweet word is from Bold sentiments from Cutplorations
Sprays: French Roast from Papericious; Bitter Lemon, sweet pumpkin, Ocean waves from Craftyscrappers
Embossing Powders: Opaque Bright White from WOW

Card #2
You are my sunshine

I stamped the sentiment in Jet black on a textured off-white CS and cut it on an angle. Then inked my top image only through the acrylic block.
A strip of bright and glittery sheet added the perfect pop. And added some fun foiling for more shine and textures.

Supply list
Cardstock: Glossy white and Textured white CS
Pattern Paper Stack: yellow glittery sheet from DCWV
Stamps: Power of words from Stamplorations
Distress inks: Carved pumpkin
Dye ink: Yellow from Tubby crafts
Foil sheet: Silver Dazzle from Craftyscrappers
Archival ink: Jet Black
Sticky Adhesive

Card #3
Trendy Butterflies

Sometimes when making a card, I wonder what it would have looked like using the same image in different colors. So I made a set of 2 cards using Trendy butterflies stamp set and both of butterflies are stamped in different colors, heat embossed and negative parts are to be watercolored, I fussy cut them. And the result was so pretty!

The background is dry embossed using the different stencils. Heat embossed the butterflies and watercolored them using ZIGs. Then a shiny and bright panel is added at the white panel with a sentiment.

Supply list

Cardstock: Textured white CS
Pattern Paper Stack: DCWV Shimmer Stack and Brights and Jewels Paper pack 12"x12"
Stencils: Broken glass and Just flow from Artplorations
Stamps: Trendy Butterflies 2 and Pocket blooms stamp set from Stamplorations
Embossing powders: opaque bright white, Magenta Twinkle Glitter, Opaque Primary Azure from WOW
Zig clean clear Real Brushes
Archival ink: Jet black

Hoping you all enjoyed my projects with different styles and different techniques!

Happy Holidays!

Would love to enter my cards in the following challenges:



Card #3