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Sunday, 8 November 2015


Hello my friends!
Hope all of you are enjoying your weekend!
Today I made a card for my family to share love and happiness! In Hindus, Diwali is the most famous festival which is on 11th of November! So I made this beautiful creation with a Thanks sentiment!
Jennifer has started the kindness campaign on her blog! She is very Talented, kind hearted and generous person! I love her unique style and love all her video with lots of inspirations! So I am sharing my creation for the first week which is SHARE HANDMADE KINDNESS CHALLENGE WEEK 1: FRIENDS & FAMILY! 
For this card, I splattered some color burst on my nonporous sheet, misted with some water and firmly pressed a white CS on it. See the result!
     I had a leftover embossed piece in my stash (shown in the pic) and I wanted to use it in my creation and a new idea click in my mind.
I used my embossed sheet and pressed it  firmly again on that misted sheet for the second time, I got a very soft effect on the embossed panel.
    Recently I won a GV from Altenew (Thank you so much) and I ordered some more things along with the gift voucher that was Vintage rose stamps and  some ink pads! I stamped some vintage roses on the raised large floral part using Altenew inks. Then I water colored those small flowers and stamped those leaves using Memento dye inks.
   I took a white CS as my base. Then I cut that color burst panel in L shape and adhered it on the base panel. On a snippet of white CS, I dragged a Memento Grape Jelly ink pad and cut them into two pieces and adhered them on the panel as shown in the pic. Now I adhered that embossed panel.
I die cut the Thanks sentiment three times and colored one of them using the ink pad. Adhered onto the other two showing some white space, added glossy accents for some depth and dimension! I added diamond stickles on few places for more interest! Love how it turned out!
Hope you enjoyed this technique and like my creation!

Supplies used:
Snippets of white CS
Altenew Vintage roses stamp and Red Cosmos 4 in 1 pack
Color bursts- Violet, Alizarin crimson, lemon yellow. orange
Memento dye inks-Rich Cocoa, Grape jelly, Rose bud, Lilac poises
Rose vines Embossing folder from Sizzix by Brenda Walton
Thanks sentiment die cut from YNS

I would like to enter my creation in the following challenges: I am inspired by coral colors


Lisa said...

This is so beautiful!! I love the pretty background!! The colors are fabulous!! Have a great day :)

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KT Fit Kitty said...

Your card is truly beautiful, Vinita! I think the background looks amazing! I really like the angled panel, and I love your new stamps! Congrats on winning them! Gorgeous card!

Noreen Fontana said...

Breathtaking, Vinita! Thank you for sharing your art.

Lori Kobular said...

Absolutely gorgeous card! I love the delicate look of your flowers and how you created this beauty! Thanks for playing along with us at Scrapy Land Challenge #29!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Love how you play with different media and products in your creations Vinita
Dr Sonia

aussie aNNie said...

Brilliant display, love it.x
 { aNNie}

Barb said...

What a beautiful card Vinita. That background is lovely. Barbxx

Di said...

Really gorgeous! Such pretty colours and a lovely design too.

Happy Diwali!


Di xx

debby4000 said...

Gorgeous, beautiful card, love the colours.
Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

Julie E said...

What a cool effect. Such pretty results. Thanks for joining in the fun at YNS and sharing your take on the challenge.

Thanh Vo said...

I hope you had a fun time celebrating Diwali! Thanks for hanging out with us at YNS.

Holly Endress said...

Very Pretty.. Sounds like a fun celebration. Thanks for joining us at Your Next Stamp.

Monika Reeck said...

I read this
I used my embossed sheet and pressed it firmly again on that misted sheet for the second time
and imagine how you did it
next time you must make foto when you do it Sweety
maybe your children can help to photograph
I love the soft effect and cool idea to pressed that embossed sheet on a misted sheet
I never did this will try this Vinita
thanks for sharing your idea
great card again