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Saturday, 18 August 2018

Pink Altered photo frame with my own DIY embellished flowers!

Hello everyone!
Happy Saturday!

Today I want to showcase an altered photo frame with my own DIY embellished flowers!

This altered unique and beautiful photo frame is a perfect addition to any room in your house! I made this for a young Birthday girl! It has a glass frame with a photo space to make it more special. The frame is embellished with pink DIY handmade flowers, glittery foam leaves and decorated with some chippies, mulberry flowers, crochet flowers, crystals and a butterfly too!

Firstly I started with making my own DIY handmade embellished flowers to decorate this photo frame. I die cut some flowers out of a white Sigma CS, distressed them, soaked into the water, shaping them and applied silver glitter paste with my finger to each flower edges (as shown below in the pic). Added pollens at the centre of the flowers. Added the last layer of flower from a silver fabric cloth too because it has a theme of pink and silver colors! The leaves are from a white glittered foam sheet and lightly distressed at the edges.

Pics from different angles:

You can see I have added a last layer to the flower with a silver cloth die in the below pic!

Made a pair of foam flowers too!

I removed the backward wooden stand and glass to paint it properly. I mixed the white chalk paint with a little pink one and mixed it well. Applied 3 coats on it. Highlighted the parts of the frame with platinum. Then applied 3 coats of varnish before decoration for more finishing.  Roughly arranged the materials and took a pic.

I took a petty floral PP with watercolor look and die cut the centre space to add the photo inside. Embellished the inner edges with double beaded white pearl lace.

Now arranged my own handmade flowers in pink with some tiny mulberry flowers, leaves and some more silver and pink flowers from my stash. Added a pretty butterfly in pink. 

And I arranged the decor in such a way that frame can be placed both in the vertical and Horizontal arrangement of the photo!

I am very happy with the result!

Supply list

Photo frame
Cardstocks: Sigma CS for making Handmade flowers from Papericious
Fabric cloth: silver
Dies: Cut 3 Gardenia from Mudra Stamps; Double crazy running stitched rectangles from Cutplorations
Foamiran sheet: Pink from icraft
Glitter Foam sheet: White
Pattern Paper: Perfect affair fro Papericious
Chalk Paints: Natural white and Pearl pink from Papericious
Inka Gold: Platinum
Glitter paste: Silver from Bo Bunny
White Chippis: Linear Flourish from Papericious
Others: Varnish, Pollens, crystals, crochet beaded flowers, double beaded peal lace small mulberry flowers, green felt leaves, sparkly flowers in pink and silver and a butterfly from my stash

Would love to enter my project in the following challenges: Paints, Pattern paper, flowers


Friday, 17 August 2018

Shagun Envelope with a Happy news!

Hello friends!
Happy Friday!

 So excited with my first DT post here for DCAM! I am sharing a Shagun envelope which I made using critter sheets and pretty newly launched DCAM wild grass dies with old ones.
The quality of critter sheets is just awesome with the glossy finish. It's so easy and quick to cut. Love the watercolored look of florals. We always require money envelopes to give to our loved ones on many occasions! And Raksha Bandhan Festival is right around the corner for me to gift these Shagun envelopes!

Here are the few steps:
  • Create an envelope using Split Envelope die out of white CS. Now on the focal panel of the envelop adhered a PP.
  • Die cut a lace topper in black CS to decorate the top part of the envelope.

  • Hand cut some florals with leaves, lots of love sentiment banner (lightly distressed it) out of critter sheets for the arrangement. 
  • Arranged all the watercolored florals with lace topper at the top and banner at the bottom with dimensions.

  • Die cut a pair of wild grass and lightly inked it.

  • Embellished it with few adhesive white pearls.

I hope you enjoyed my work and inspired to create your own handmade envelope.

Have a wonderful day!

 Supply List:
Cardstocks: White CS 30gsm, black CS
Critter sheets: Water Colored Mauves; Sentimental Banneriffic from DCAM store

Saturday, 11 August 2018

Baby 1st Birthday Invitation cards!

Hello to all!
Happy Saturday!

There are celebrations where memories are essential! My DT post for Cut it Up challenges with fave color theme!

It is made on an imported textured off-white sheet adorned with sparkling gems, pearls, pretty butterflies and a cute baby girl frock in pink. Ideal to mark a special occasion and later kept as a "keepsake" of the day!
And also completed with a matching stamped envelop!

I started with the front side first. Roughly drew some lines with a pencil for the handwritten message. Stamped the flourish in 3 shades of green with pink flowers.

Stamped the 1st Birthday in pink dye ink. Die cut a frock out of watercolored dotted sheet and embossed it, highlighted the embossed area in fuchsia ink. Decorated it with baby pink pearlsand  die cut one more frock out of white CS and adhered the decorated one on it. 
Die cut the name letters in glittery pink foam sheet and added on the front panel. Added a pretty matching lace at the bottom end.

Now come to the Back panel. You are invited and Don't Forget is stamped in pink dye ink again. And all the Personalized details are handwritten at all!!! Now stamped some flourishes once again. 
And added the matching envelop to send!

I made a set of 20 Birthday Invitation cards on order! It's my first ever order, feeling sooooooo happy!!! 

Hope you all like it!
Happy weekend!

Supply list:
Cardstocks: Textured off-white CS, envelops
Pattern Paper: Watercolor from Little Birdie
Adhesive glitter foam sheet: Pink
Stamps: Dot flourishes from Inkadinkado; Calendar stamp set from Kaisercraft( Used a tiny flower and butterfly); Hello today set from Kaisercraft( Don't forget sentiment used from the set); Little Darling Indians from YNS ( You are invited sentiment used from the set)
Dies: Dress from Joy crafts; Upper Alphabet set from Memory Box; Let's Party from Sizzix ( I used Part of 's to add to the girl name); Floral wreath set from Sizzi( Used a tiny butterfly)
Altenew inks: Evergreen, forest glades, frayed leaf
Versacolor pigment ink: Opera pink
Hero Arts Shadow Ink: Soft pink
Archival ink: Jet black
Pigma Micron Pen: 01 and 005 in black
Half Pearls: Baby pink
Gems/ crystal: Clear

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: Pair of butterflies and for a child twist
 Challenge of the Month Wedding / Baby 

Thursday, 9 August 2018

Cool and sweet!

Hello to all!
Happy Thursday!

I scream, you scream and we all scream for ice-cream!
Treat yourself to a variety of tasty frozen treats with this multilayer scoops!
Today's card is ice-cream cone inspired including every tiny detail..... the colorful striped PP, cool sentiment and yummylicious multilayers in summer cool colors!

I love this cute boy holding a scooped ice-cream cone complete with all toppings! My kids always enjoyed the scoops in multilayer flavors in a swirl of bright red, yellow, mint green or blue with a cherry on top! What's your favorite flavor!
I die cut a white sheet with a scalloped border. Using my Misti I stamped the image and colored it with my new toy Chameleon color tones first time!
Adhered that panel on a colorful striped PP on a white CS.

And I think the details I added to make my project extraordinary! For extra sweetness, I added a pinch of yellow chalk paint to texture paste and added to the top layer scoop for making it more interest and fun. Added clear Nuvo glitter drops for shine and textures with a little crystal on top scoop.
In the end, added the cool sentiment!

Have a great day and go cool off with your fave colors scoop!

Supply list
Cardstock: White CS 330 gsm
Pattern paper: Colorful stripes from my stash
Stamp: Icecram boy from Expressions Craft stamp set
Chalk paint: creamy yellow from Expressions craft
Dies: A2 curved Borders one from Spellbinders, rectangles from Tattered Lace
Dye Ink: Jet black from Tubby craft
Nuvo: Crystal Clear Glitter drops
Chameleon Color Tones set of 50 colors

Would love to enter in the following challenges: B is for bright, boy, big icecream cone  I chose Fab month challenge_ Nom, nom. inspired by layers, icecream scoop


Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Hello summer!

Hello everyone!
Happy Wednesday!

Today, my card features inlaid style flowers with the striped background!

Firstly I started by creating my own striped background using stencil and inks on a white CS. Then die cut some flowers out of a scrap of a watercolored smooshed sheet, white CS and hand-cut the solid shape from vellum too. Die cut some leaves and a Crazy double running stitched panel with a window too.
Die cut a stitched flagtail banner and stamped the sentiment.
Created the whole design and adhered this white panel on the striped one with dimensions. Embellished it with a cute pair of ladybugs and few crystals.

Hoping you enjoyed this beautiful creation!

Supply list

Cardstocks: Textured white, heavyweight white, green CS, watercoloured sheet, Vellum sheet
Stamp: Sentiment from Tropical Birthday set from Itsy Bitsy
Stencil: Stripes and star set from Heidi Swapp
Dies: Cray double running stitched rectangles & Trendy Spring blooms from Stamplorations ( Cutplorations); Dual stitched fishtail banner set &circle set from Peekaboo Designs
 Dye Ink: Jet black from Tubby crafts
Distress ink: Hickory Smoke
Archival ink: Jet Black
Ladybugs and crystal embellishments from my stash