Wednesday 30 September 2015

A sparkly Birthday!

Hello friends!
Just a quick post! My niece made this beautiful and sparkly card and she is only 9 years old! She is very inspired with my art work and passionate like me:) And she wanted to post it on my blog! She visited my house today and made a Birthday card for her friend!  She is very excited too! Here is her pic!
And here is her creation: So neat and sweet work! Love it!
This is a green colored card base and added a thin layer crumpled stripe all along the edges. This is a pre cut  adhesive image and she glittered the layers equally and neatly and paste the image on a die cut circle. Then on a scalloped circle one, She added a polka dotted strip and added the sticker sentiment and some sticker circles too and colored them using Sakura pens.  Isn't it looking sweet and sparkly! Love it!
Supplies used:
Snippets of Green, brown and red colored CS; Polka dotted PP from my stash
Spellbinder scalloped die
Adhesive sticker from Hobby crafts
Glitter powders from Itsy Bitsy
Sakura pens

I would like to enter this creation in following challenges:

Tuesday 29 September 2015

Coffee lover!



Happy Good Morning!
                                     Today is a National Coffee Day! Are you one of the millions to celebrate it! And what is the better way to celebrate along with Amy's  Fall Coffee Lover Blog Hop!!!!
I am a tea lover and now converted my taste buds into Coffee lover by Amy's fun hop :) Hehehe!
And I love now iced coffee, cold coffee and hot chocolate coffee!!!
And Hope you will also join this fun blog hop with Loads of prizes!
Here is my fall inspired creation:
I love the changing colors of leaves in fall season and I am inspired by some browns, yellow and golden colors! And in this creation I played with lots of my new toys! I won a wonderful stamp set in last blog hop called "Coffee Break Collection"( great Thanks to Maura from Two crafting sisters)!!!
My card base is a Kraft one. Then I adhered a burlap panel on it! I distressed my white CS and play with my new toy Smooch Spiritz( which i won in a candy). I used a splatter stencil and spray and coat the paper with gold glow. It's got a real wow factor! Then using a bottle lid I, made my coffee rings and then  used my stencil again and sponged some stains with vintage photo ink. And I distressed the edges with my new tool! Glad to see the result!
    I stamped, distressed and then trimmed some coffee cups. Then stamped some script on it randomly and glossy accent them.
 Do you know this sentiment is Hand Written using my distress marker, which i thought is looking cute in reference to these coffee cups!!! 
Then I stamped the a sentiment Coffee lover.  And tag cut, distressed it and spray some gold splatters. Then I sliding my coffee cups along the twine and attached with pop dots, isn't it a great idea! Then added a burlap bow and some pearls for more interest!
Hope you enjoyed this coffee creation!

Supplies used:
Snippet of Kraft CS; Vintage Grid paper from Itsy Bitsy; Burlap sheet from Itsy Bitsy
Prima coffee break stamp
Kaiserkraft Script sentiment
Memento rich cocoa dye ink; Versacolor ultimate black pigment ink; Fossilized and vintage photo Distress inks
Ranger glossy accents; Gold glow Smooch spritz; Distressing tool from We R Memory Keepers
Spellbinders Build a tag two
Memory box Splatter stencil

I would love to participate my creation in following challenges:

Friday 25 September 2015


Happy Friday!
                     Whats better than a Birthday card for the celebration and I made this on a special request from my sister in law to gift it on her friends birthday! I am also joining the birthday challenge at Mervi's blogMervi's Candy and Challenge 2015
First of all,I made some handmade roses and distressed with some distress inks for the texture.
I stamped and embossed  the gingham background and sponged in rainbow colors using distress inks.  Cover up it using Cherry lynn die and inks showing from beneath.
Die cut the sentiment strip from Die-namics and aligned it to my focal panel at the bottom with foam squares. The fabulous cameo piece is handmade using my silicone mold and painted it with acrylic paint, isn't it great :) and added a gorgeous pink colored mesh bow, embellished my card with gorgeous lace, a fence peaking behind the roses and some pollens & pearls!
Inside view:
Inside, I stamped a beautiful sentiment  again in rainbow colors from Penny black Thinking with stamp set and added a cute die sentiment to celebrate the day!
A closer view:
Yeah, so i had lots of fun with this one, it was hard to incorporate so many elements but i tried not get too uptight about it and i was pleased with the end result! A happy , cheerful card! :)

Supplies used:
Snippet of White and red colored CS, watercolor CS and  pink colored Mirri CS
 Stamps: Kaisercraft Texture-Gingham stamp; Penny black Thinking with stamp set
Distress inks: Picked Raspberry,Squeezed lemonade, Mowed lawn, Salty ocean 
Wow Opaque bright white embossing powder, versamark embossing pad, dauber
Die cuts from Cherry Lynn Arabian Magic Veil Frame ; Die-namics royal and mini roses set; and Sentiment from Sizzix decorative strip-its your day set! 

I would like to enter my creation in following challenges too: Friendship relations are always awesome and we can share some secrets of our life with a true friend!

Saturday 19 September 2015


And here is the last one!!!!
I took a textured watercolor paper and stenciled these roses with masking techniques and applied some distress inks. Then  applied silver stickles on the white spaces and see the gorgeous result! Then i die cut it and adhered it onto my white CS. With a little trick showing the LOVE sentiment I adhered this on my bottom panel. Then at the top most i adhered a scalloped border and a washi tape and embellished it!
Supplies used: Snippet of white CS and textured watercolored paper; Pattern paper from Bo Bunny Bold & Bright Double dot designs; Die-namics Stitched basic edges, scalloped border edges and Accent it Celebrate dies; MFT Stencil-Rose builders; Distress inks- Picked raspberry and Shabby shutters, Small half pearls decore from my stash Washi tape from my store
I would like to enter this creation in the following challenges:

All the Best

Here is my 4th creation with style!
The base is a Glossy black colored CS and I adhered a PP on it. Then I created a frame using MFT scalloped border and edges dies with a little trick. The gorgeous rose flowers are handmade and I embellished it with few pearls and a sticker tag!
Here is a closer view:
Supplies used; Snippet of Black CS from MAD; pattern paper from All Dressed Up mat stack( Recently won a Candy, thank u very much Sharda) and the brown designer one is from my Crafty friend Vibha craft; Black Adhesive glitter foam sheet; Die-namics dies- Stitched scalloped edgesLarge and mini royal roses set, wild greenery and Stitched Basic edges; Ranger diamond stickles; Sentiment Tag sticker from Porta Craft ; Half pearls from my stash, Tombow adhesive runner
I would like to enter it in the following challenges:


Here is the 3rd one:
My creation is based on this week MFT sketch-

And here is my take on this beautiful sketch! I took a white CS and stamped some grid lines in an old and faded look. On a watercolor paper I stenciled this beautiful rose, masking it and applied some color bursts with spraying little water on it. And  then applied my Versamark embossing pen and embossed it with embossing powders. And adhered the sticker sentiment on a flap with a camera.
See the shimmery result on the rose, I loved it!
Supplies used; Snippet of white CS and watercolor CS; Die-namics dies- Stitched scalloped edges and Cute cameras; Smile sticker from my stash; Nesting circles from WeR Memory Keepers Ken Oliver color bursts-Pithalo green, lemon yellow, orange MFT stencils-Rose builders;  grid stamp from Technique tuesday; Versamark blue pigment ink; Wow embossing powders- Sparkling snow, Magenta twinkle, Earthtone mint regular, Mettalic copper regular, Versamark embossing dual pen

I would like to enter it in the following challenges:

Nature beauty

Now the 2nd one!
Its a very pleasent time for Autumn and I am very inspired by the autumn colors!
The base is a brown colored shimmer CS. I used Color Bursts first time, never used before and they are amazing. I spread some different colors on a watercolor paper and sprayed it with a mist bottle and see the gorgeous result!!!! And then I adhered my other panels on it and embellished it!

Supplies used: Snippets of Brown paper from DCWV Shimmer stack and watercolor CS; pattern paper fromPaperlicious Wooden Collection and the Nature one from Vibha craft; Die-namics Dies-Wild Greenery, stitched scalloped edges, Stitched Speech Bubbles ans stitched basic edges; Vintage buttons; Ken Oliver Color Burst- Pithalo Green, Lemon Yellow, Orange; Butterfly sticker; Tim Holtz Idea-ology jute string; I Create sentiment from; Twine set
I would love to enter this creation into the following challenges:

Happy Friends

Good Morning!
 Hope all of you enjoying your weekend! I was super busy in my crafting room yesterday as Today is the last day to enter in an amazing, filled with fun and inspiring contest Hosted by a very talented crafter,designer and owner of MFT "Susan"!!!!! I just wanted to thank her for this great opportunity to challenge myself and tried some techniques and tricks in a different way because I haven't any stamp but I have some dies and a stencil in my stash!!!!
So Here is my first attempt using MFT products:
I enjoyed to create this design! The base is a green colored snippet. And I adhered lots of fringes on the base and die cut the sentiment 2 times. Popped it up and applied perfect pearls on the top layer and added some splatters too!
A closer view: And guys these enamel dots are handmade without spending money!!!! Isn't it amazing!!!! OK! its very easy. Took a pack of bindi and add glossy accent over those bindi of any sizes, Voila done!!!!!! I have learnt this technique at Crafter Corners blog post. They put Mod podge Dimensional Magic on bindi, but I don't have this so I tried the technique using glossy accent and finally I got the same result!!!
Supplies used:
Snippets of Green, Brown and Blue Card stock & Pattern paper from Jags, Fringe Scissor, Die-namics stitched scalloped edges and Accent it Celebrate dies, Pattern paper from, Perfect Pearl-Silver, Glossy accent, Friends label sticker from Porta craft, Bindi from my stash( used as enamel dots)
I would love to enter it in following challenges:                      

Sunday 13 September 2015

Card with Geometrical quilt patterns!

Hello and Happy Sunday!
 Today the card I am showing is not my forte but I am very much inspired by Deepti's creation as a Guest Designer at Here is the inspiration picture and I am inspired by square blocks!
I've always been amazed by quilt making- the patterns and the preciseness of creating this beautiful art form and decided that I wanted to translate quilting into paper crafting! Here's a little set I made...

I cut some square pieces using my pinned square die to make this quilted pattern and adhered them on my white card base using different pattern papers. 
Score then fold the paper as shown above, creating the triangular flap! The dotted squares lined up almost perfectly with my little quilt pieces, and look like  stitching. Here's a closer look:

Then I attached a heart lace doily from a different paper pattern pad and attached a same doily in vellum over it and embellish it with a cute bow and wrapped it with a stitched ribbon! When you will open one of the flap, you will see the hidden message there! I stamped the sentiment in second generation stamping to match with my color scheme as well.
Here is the inside view:
I have used lots of scraps here to add some little pics inside the frame! This is a special card for someone you love!
 I am very glad that every thing turned out well! Hope you will enjoy it!

 I have added my creation with a couple of challenges, I am inspired.
 And I would love to play in NBUS challenge hosted b a very talented designer Darnell, she has started a fun NBUS challenge with lots of generous sponsors, so come and join the fun! I have used lots of unused schtuff here,leaving only lace heart die!

I've had a go at the third set, inspired by some autumn leaves colors. I am inspired by October 2014 color palette

Supplies used:
Snippet of White CS; Snippet of a vellum; MR D.I.Y.(with Love) Designer A4 paper pack and that another one from my dear friend Vibha Craft Supply( the stripes one and under the heart one)
Spellbinders -Pierced square set; Shapeabilities Lace Hearts
Wow golden glitter sparkle powder, static pad, Versamark embossing pad; Versamark Black pigment ink and versa craft Puppy red ink
Sentiment from Mama Elephant
Bakers twine in red & white combo

I would like to enter my creation in the following challenges too: now my favorite technique is quilting style in card with stamping!