Thursday, 11 January 2018

Altered Gift Box!

Hello to all my wonderful friends!

          Today I altered a cover of the gift box with multi-layer, textures and my own handmade foam flowers in the combo of violet and shades of purple and pinks, as the ultraviolet color is chosen as Pantone color of the Year 2018!

PE: Yayyy! So happy that my project is in Top 3 here:
Top 3

I started with a wooden plank stamp on a white cardstock using distress inks and cut them into strips. 

Then adhered them on a gift box cover panel to create my background.

I used a brick stencil and texture paste and mixed the tiny thermocol balls in it to get the patchy brickwork and then applied white chalk paint over the bricks and spray with pink color.
Now on a corrugated sheet randomly tear it and applied white chalk paint on it.
Stamped some Botanical flower and leave images on vellum sheet and heat embossed them in different colors.

Now time to create my own handmade foam flowers. I die cut some flowers and leaves using Botanical wings die set out of three coloured foam sheet. Applied gently some pastel colors on the die cut flowers. Using my iron, shaped them easily to create these flowers in different sizes and styles as shown in the given pic. Highlighted them with some crystal clear powder and sparkly dots. I roughly placed all the embellishments and flowers on the panel and took a pic. I used some tags from Amor Mio PP.

Now embellished my whole panel using different elements as shown in the pic. And added the MDF Quote- "I am here to be awesome."Here are some more close-ups:

Supplies used:
Cardstock: White, dark purple CS, vellum sheet, corrugated sheet
Pattern Paper: Amor Mio from Bob n betty
Flower making foam sheets: Light pink and purple and white from The Craft Studio(i craft)
Stencil: Bricks from I craft
Stamps: Wooden plank cover a card from Impression Obsession; Botanical roses from Heartfelt Creations
Dies: Botanical wings from Heartfelt Creations, Emmanuelle fleurs from Prima
Distress Inks: Vintage photo and wilted
Chalk Paint: Natural white from Papericious
Spray: Baby Pink from Papericious
Texture paste: Transparent from Rangers
Embossing powders: Opaque Bright White, primary fuchsia fusion, primary luscious lime from Wow
Oil Pastels: Pink and purple shade from Artsy
3D Sticker: Forever Green from Prima Marketing
Crystal clear powder: from Papericious
tiny thermocol balls, silver sparkly dots, white pollens are  from Itsy Bitsy
Heat gun, Tonic trimmer, crafting glue, tacky glue clear gel, tiny mulberry flowers, cheesecloth

Would love to enter my creation into the following challenges: I incrorporated with vellum flowers and leaves New technique for me to create foam flowers, new foam sheets, new PP, new spray, new  Prima die


Sanne said...

Brilliant card <3

Dr Sonia S V said...

So pretty...and so many beautiful flowers
Thank you so much for joining us at the Cuttlebugmania Challenge!
Cuttlebugmania Challenge DT
Dr Sonia

Susan Renshaw said...

Love all the embellishmnets!
Thank you for sharing with Happy Little Stampers!
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Nora said...

Gorgeous creation!!! Thank you so much, for playing along with us, at Happy Little Stampers, Mixed Media Challenge!!! Good luck, from Nora.

Lucy E. said...

This is so lovely!
Your flowers are fabulous!

Emma said...

What a gorgeous card, I love the colours. Thank you for joining us at Noor Designs UK for our ‘Anything Goes’ Challenge, hope to see you again. Emma DT x

Gunn Anita said...

So lovely card:) Thank you for joining Our Challenge at Kreativ scrapping blogg:)

Hege said...

Beautiful card.
Thank you for joining Our Challenge at Scrappelyst.


Line said...

Simply beautiful. <3
Thank you for joining us over at Scrap from your heart.
Hugs DT Line

Scratch said...

Gorgeous card, love the layers!

Thank you for participating in our challenge at scrappelyst!

DT Linda :)

Elena said...

Such a wonderful creation!!! Thank you for taking part in the Noor Design U.K! January challenge!
Elena DT

MariLynn said...

This is gorgeous. Love the flowers. I like how the textured bricks look. Thanks for sharing with STAMPlorations Mixed Media Challenge.