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Saturday, 14 July 2018

You are Super Awesome

Hello to all!

Today I was in pink and Flowers kind of mood and really enjoyed putting this card together despite it being crazy!
For this card, I have used the new stamp set called Mogra Layers. It is just awesome with cute clusters of flowers and designed with lots of open space with solid layers to use for stamping too!

And I stretched my tiny stamps from other stamp sets by mixing to make my flower cluster!

I started by stamping the sentiment in Jet black ink before arranging the images. 
After I stamped the flowers and leaves in the layers that are suggested, I also added a few extra leaves and flowers around the clusters in grey and black ink too.

I also splattered around them with a small amount of grey and black chalk paint ink mixed with water.
All the things I love about it! Finished it off with few clear sequins!

Supply List

Cardstock: Bielo White CS
Stamps: Mogra Layers, Super Girl and Fairy Tale Wishes stamp sets from Mudra
Altenew Inks: Cotton candy, frosty pink, velvet, grapevine, crimson
Distress ink: hickory smoke
Archival ink: Jet black

Friday, 13 July 2018

Under the sea card

Hello friends!

Time for another DT post for Cut it Up challenge! The theme is under the sea, so easy peasy!

I thought it was a good opportunity to play with a new technique for me to create an underwater background with bubbles effect and perfect to beat the heat of this summer!

I started with a white glossy CS. In a plastic glass, I added some liquid detergent and some blue tone spray colors. Using a straw created some bubbles and quickly covered up the glossy panel with bubble print as shown in the pic till satisfied with the results I achieved.

Next, I turned my attention to underwater elements to add to the card. I stamped all those tiny elements a few times, colored and fussy cut them.

Love the cute mermaid image, she is coloured with Polychromos pencil and this is my first attempt to play with these pencils. Added some clear crystal powder for more details to mermaid image.

 I stretched my stamp by stamping some bubbles from the same stamp set by masking seahorse image.

The ocean waves fussy cut background panel was created two times by stencilling on vellum and a white cardstock using distress inks and detailing with zig marker. Added some sparkles to the waves to add the reflection and more interest.
I wanted to frame my panel so I added a scalloped border die in white. Added the sentiment.
In the end, the mermaid and all the elements are lifted by using foam tape. I also added a few bubbles, sequins at the low bottom of the oceans in form of some treasure.

I really enjoyed getting messy making the different underwater background panels on this card with new experiments and stretching my stamps!

Supply list
Cardstock: White Glossy CS
Vellum sheet
Stamp: Mermaid from Mudra
Stencil: Doodle cluster from Mudra
Die: Inverted Scallop Rectangle frames from DCAM
Shimmer Spray: Ocean waves and Sour eggplant from Craftyscrappers
Polychromos pencils: Faber Castell
Distress inks: Salty ocean and cracked pistachio
Archival  ink: Jet black
Crystal clear powder: From Papericious
Sequins: Candy blue from CrafTangles

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges

Monday, 9 July 2018

Rain or Shine Coffee is on my mind!

Hello friends!
 Happy Monday!

The day is very hot today in Delhi and a little rain made the weather little pleasant for the time being in the evening!
 So it's a perfect time for a coffee card with rain and some shine, enjoying a cold coffee cup full of ice!!

I created the alcohol inks background with silver mixative and paired it with my images.

 Stamped the clouds by masking the image on a PP,  watercolored it and fussy cut them. 

The Coffee die cup and Coffee text sentiment I received from my sweet friend Lisa from a challenge she hosts :) Thanks so much Lisa sending them 😊. I slightly watercoloured my coffee cup and using Versamark embossing ink, gave my cup some shine.
Stamped a little bird, colored it and die cut it. Now roughly created the whole scene and heat embossed some raindrops in silver glitter. 

On a strip of vellum stamped the sentiment with some raindrops too. Now created the whole scene. Added a washi tape and some crystal drops. 

Added some dimensional magic to the coffee cup heart for more interest and dimension. 

Gotta Love the Happy, dreamy rainy fun scene with a coffee cup, sun, cloud and chirping bird! Hoping you also enjoyed it!

 Supply list:
Cardstocks: Alcohol ink CS from Ranger and whisper white CS 300gsm, watercolored sheet
Vellum sheet: from Itsy Bitsy
Designer paper: from Itsy Bitsy
Stamps: Cloud and raindrops from HOTP;  a cute little sparrow from Stinks stamp set Jane's Doodles( Recently won from Spring Coffee Lovers blog hop
Dies: Stinks dies from Jane's Doodles( used a tiny bird from the set); Coffee word from The Stamp Simply Coffee and Tea Die set; Coffee cup from SSS
Alcohol Inks: sailboat blue, purple twilight and silver mixatives
Alcohol Blending solution: Ranger
Distress Inks: mermaid lagoon and Fossilized amber
Archival Ink: Jet black
Zig Clean clear real brush marker: Pink
Wow embossing  glitter Powder: Silver Bells
Dimensional magic: Mod Podge
Washi tape, crystal drops are from my stash

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges:


Friday, 6 July 2018

Happy Birthday!

Hello everyone!
Happy Friday!

I have a soft and pretty card today!
I love this cute little fairy who can complete anyone Birthday Wishes by her Magic wand spreading sparkles and happiness in our lives!!!

First of all, I created a valley of flowers by stretching my tiny stamp elements on a stitched die cut panel. Using my Misti, I stamped the solid flower image and then tiny leaf two times and created the pattern. Then using the magic stick stamp I created the flower centre, isn't it looking awesome.

Now stamp the sweet fairy image on a watercolor sheet and colored her with my Polychromos pencils first time. Fussy cut the image, added crystal drops to sparkle her wings and magic wand. Highlighted her hair using a white pen.

On a die cut label in black heat embossed the sentiment in white. Then lightly applied the distress inks using finger dauber and created a sky scene too as shown in the pic.

Once I was happy with the blending, I added my fairy with dimensions on a stamped label with leafy circle chippie. Finished off the card by scattering some flower beads and sequins from the sky by her magic wand!

Some close-ups:

I love how it looks like a real fairy sending some sparkles from the sky and sitting on a leafy circle representing the sun! Looks like a Dream!!!!

Supply list
Cardstock: White CS, Black CS and textured watercolor sheet
Stamps: Geometric nature and Fairy Tale Wishes stamp sets from Mudra Stamps
Chipboard: Leafy Circles set from Mudra Chipzeb
Dies: Crazy double running stitch Rectangles set from CUTplorations (Stamplorations);  Framelits from Sizzix 56129
Altenew Inks: Forest Glacier, Lavender fields, Mango smoothie, Crimson
Distress Inks: Squeezed lemonade, salty ocean, twisted citron
Polychromos pencils: Faber Castell
Embossing Powder: Opaque Bright white from Wow
Archival ink: Jet Black
Crystal Drops: White Bizard from Nuvo
Big shot
White gel pen: Sakura
Other stuff like floral beads, hologram sequins, tiny green sequins from my stash

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges: stretch your stamps I used Distress inks, sizzix die