Monday 29 February 2016

I am always Here for you

Hello, friends!
                     I am back again with a CAS creation. There is a new challenge at Casology and today is the last day with the theme Distress!

 And interpreted with Uniko color palette.

             For this card, I have created a panel using distress inks which I have blended together with spritzing lots of water. Let the panel dry. Now there is a twist, I again distressed the panel from the reverse side with little darker BG and spritzed some pearlized water on it. After drying, I selected a Spellbinders floral die, I die cut the florals out of it, created the tiny holes for textures at the centres of flowers.
           I slightly distressed all my flowers and give them a little shape. Now using my basic stitched dies, I created the top panel and adhered it on the whisper white textured CS. For the sentiment, I used my Misti stamping tool and stamped the sentiment with a shadow effect (third generation stamping). Now I inlaid all the flowers and embellished it with few sequins.
Supplies used:
Dies: Spellbinders Shapeabilities Anemone Flower Topper; Lawn Fawn Stitched borders; Die-namics Stitched basic dies
Distress inks: mermaid lagoon, abandoned coral, seedless preserve, mowed lawn, fossiled amber
Versacolor Jet black pigment ink
Stamp: Sentiment from Thinking of you Recollection stamp set

I would like to enter my creation in following challenges: Flowers, sequins, die clean and simple
Share Joy Challenge 24 by Taylored Expressions

Sunday 28 February 2016

Water stamping card in rainbow colors

Hello, everyone!
Once again I am sharing my last creation for Craftyscrappers GDT post! This time, the theme is any "Stamping technique", so I choose water stamping technique for my creation!
When it will open, you will see.....

To begin, I first blended the card panel with Memento dye inks. Then misted my flourish stamp with water and stamped directly on the panel.
See the subtle effect which I created for the background panel:)
 Then I text some script randomly. I die cut 4 corners out of a pink CS and added it to my panel. At the centre, added a tag ( from Craftscrappers die cut) which I distressed and stamped the sentiment and popped it for dimension. That cute butterfly Flower Oval Cabochon is also from Craftyscrapper goodies.
Now embelished the whole creation using some bling, sequins and pearls. And tied the opoened panel with a twine.
Hope, you guys like this creation and join us at Craftyscrappers with more fun!

Supplies used:

Snippets of White textured CS, Pink CS
Memento dye inks- Lilac posies, danube blue, dandelion, rose bud
Jet black Archival ink
Stamps- Timbers Clair flourishes; Script from Kaisercraft; Sentiment from Heidiswapp-HS01125
Dies- Spellbinder ShapeabilitiesnButterfly corner, Tag die cut from Craftyscrappers
Bling from Prima

I would like to enter my creation in the following challenges: flowers, sequins, die

Wednesday 24 February 2016

For You

Hello, all crafty people!
                                    I was unwell for past 15 days, suffering from fever and cold. But after lot of rests I am feeling well and start working with my new crafty creation and here it is!!
          First of all, I made my own striped layered BG tone on tone pattern( using Dutchcardlovers color palette), using Winnie & Walter stamp, inspired by very talented Jennifer McguireJ overlap stamping technique! All month long W&W having their 2nd( Belated) Birthday Bash and I made this card with few of their challenges in mind- Create your own Background, Over the edge, Floral challenge.

            I just stamped those multi-layering flowers and leaves, watercolored them for the softening look, fussy cut-out. Using Misti, I arranged my stamps on it, masked them, and stamped on a curved border which is already die cut before stamping!  Doesn’t it make a great background for these gorgeous peonies?  I added some white gel pen at the pollens for more detailing work!
I added two more layers of curved borders behind it for adding more detail and dimension and arrange these fussy florals and leaves over the edge using pop dots. Stamped the sentiment from the same set. 
          I die cut the Falling for you sentiment 3 times, glued them and removed the falling part out of it and adhered it under my curved borders. And embellished with few sequins which I won from a giveaway prize!
Inside view: 
I hope you enjoyed this beautiful creation!

Supplies used:
CS-Neenah Solar white CS, Pink colored CS, Black colored CS
Stamps-Winnie & Walter Scenery stripes stamp set; Altenew Beautiful day stamp set; HOTP Birthday Cheer stamp set
Inks-Archival jet black ink; Altenew -Shades of purples set and Green fields set; Versacolor Opera pigment ink; Color box  Bubblegum dye ink
Dies-Spellbinders A2 Curved borders 1 card creator; Die-versions Falling for you
Water brushes

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: Sequins+ Die