Tuesday, 31 May 2016

PABD Blog Hop, enjoy the full month!

Hello guys!

There is an amazing blog hop at PABD. Kindly visit all talented DT's work at their blog post! The link up is here:

Have a wonderful day!

Sunday, 29 May 2016

All magic

Hello again!

Back with one more card with Galaxy BG!!!
Looks more complicated than it really is. Believe it or not, the technique is very cool which is inspired by Deepti's video tutorial and technique. And I simply used very affordable colours. I sponged with white, blues, yellow, gold, copper and black on a shiny black coloured CS and mixed them well while wet.

Added lots of layers leaving some pale and some darks and intense. When I was happy with the colours, I created some white lines for more textures and blended them on one side. This gave it both a soft and hard edge.

I also splattered some white paint over parts of the panel.

Now I die cut cityscape nightline 2 times out of black CS' Matting my layers on  the card base, Adhered the cityscape nightline with depth and dimension using foam dots.
 I die cut the sentiment All magic 3 times from sky blue CS and once in a Black CS, glued them together to create more textures. 

Hope You all enjoyed this amazing creation!

Supplies used:
Shiny black CS
Dylusion white linen ink spray
Fabrica Acrylic colours Ultra- Ultramarine blue, white, black, lemon yellow
                                Metallic  - Copper, gold
Fevicryl Hobby ideas Pearl metallic colours- Pearl blue, Pearl desert gold, Pearl sky blue
All Magic sentiment die from Technique Tuesday Dies- Magic circle and star card die
Cityscape nightline dies from memory box

Would love to participate in the following challenges:



Saturday, 28 May 2016

The Universe is made of tiny stories!

 Hello, guys!
Today I am very excited as I am showcasing a creation for which I ended up doing a lot of experimenting( to create the Galaxy background on my card). Initially, I thought that making an ink blended galaxy BG would be too hard to make, but I am so glad that I achieved the loving results!
To create this amazing BG, I just rubbed a few watercolour crayons on my white CS randomly using my finger. Then I blended some black soot distress ink at the three corners and in between too! Now, I repeated the whole process once again until I achieved the desired result. It depends on how much ink blending do you want!
From another angle.

Look at the shine too:). I got such amazing results using Recollections watercolor Crayons which I won at FB contest this month. Thank u so much Priya Sivaraj:))))))

 Then I  added some splatters for textures using my brush.
After that, I die cut a circle from the panel and another one from a vellum. Created a stitched texture outside the circle for more dimension and depth. Now embossed my sentiment. Then added them to my front panel using foam dots for dimension to show as a planet.
Finally, I die cut several tiny stars out of the shiny black sheet and adhered them on my BG. Added a glittered washi tape at the top!

Overall this card took less than 45 minutes to make and I really enjoyed the Final results. Will try to make more cards on Galaxy theme!!!

supplies used:
Shiny black CS, Neenah solar white CS
Recollections sparkly watercolour crayons from The Craft Shop
Black soot Distress ink
Stitched circle layers and Beloved stars(partially used only stars) from Memory box
Rectangles from Tattered lace
Sentiment from Jillibean soup- Tiny stories
Primary Ebony Wow embossing powder
Dylusion white linen Ink Spray

Would love to participate in the following challenges:
http://www.happylittlestampers.com/2016/05/hls-may-mixed-media-challenge.html- There is lot of textures and shine

http://modsquadchallenge.blogspot.in/2016/05/use-it-or-lose-it.html- I used this sentiment stamp first time, having in my stash from a long time.
http://peek-a-boodesigns.blogspot.in/2016/05/challenge-6-inspire-yourself.html- I am inspired by Shalu's Galaxy BG, colors, stamping, heat embossing!

Thursday, 26 May 2016

PS DT Blog Hop

Hello friends!
Such a fantastic blog hop with amazing and inspiring creations. Kindly check it out at  https://papersmooches.blogspot.in/


Mixed Media Magic Moments

 Hello, everyone!

I am very inspired by the grunge and rustic look of clocks and cogs in the picture and the word moments!
                                                                   Go out, I beg of you
                                                             And taste the beauty of the wild
                                                              Behold the miracle of the earth
                                                              With all the wonder of a child
                                                  And the sound of the outer ocean at the beach!
Children are absolutely cool, charming by nature. It doesn't matter, that the sun is shining brightly, the waves are calling to swim, sea creatures, shells are crawling with the sea waves! They just enjoyed the moment, relaxing with natural look and the whole time look like stopped!!!!
So here is my Mixed Media canvas!
First of all, I applied gesso and leave it to dry.
 Created some textures using modeling paste and  clear crackle paint. Let it dry well. Now, some stamping for textures, tear some layers of a textured white paper, adhered it with mod podge, To create the sea level at the bottom, I glued some tissue papers and cheese clothes using Mod podge.
Some close ups

 Adhered some ropes in the circle shape with mod podge, real stones, some jute mesh, a cardboard and applied different inks, sprays.
 Some close ups

 Cut away the PP for photo matting and distressed the edges. Tear away the layers of the  cardboard for textures. Now before matting, I arranged my all MDF cogs, clocks with textures applying Inka gold, glitter paste, different inks and give them a rusty look.
I created a fun weaved garland with some different types of beads, shells, atiny cute clock at the centre and tucked it at my top panel from one corner to another corner.
I created a Seaweed and Coral look at the bottom of the sea. Created a wavy edge at the last bottom layer using the mold and inked it.

Created a 'V' shaped in the paper panel and I tucked a vintage look clock with a chain hanging with a bottle with a message in the sea.
I used a mixture of foliage, give the look of seaweed, corals at the bottom of the sea. My starfish was shaded with ink and highlighted it.

 So here is a Masculine, charming 'boy' stylish page enjoying the magic moment of the sea beach , sunlight and relaxing!!!! And really enjoyed this great moment mood board!!!

Hope you all enjoyed this fun creation!!!

Supplies used:
Brown Cardboard
PP from Wooden stack pad from Papericious from Lulupu store, Textured cream CS
Artists' gesso from Camel, white Gauge
White Texture embossing paste from Dreamweaver; Clear Crackle paste  from Lulupu store
Bo Bunny Glitter paste- Caribbean, silver
White Linen Dylusion Ink Spray
Peacock Feather Distress ink; Antique Linen Distress stain; Distress inks- Vintage photo, faded jeans, black soot from Lulupu store
Archival Jet Black Ink
Burlap stencil from Tim Holtz; Bubbles stencil from Magenta
Pearl colors from Fevicryl Hobby ideas-
Copper and silver Perfect Pearls
Viva Gold from Lulupu store
Mat finish Mod Podge from Lulupu store
Acrylic Chinese white paint from Mont Marte ( Itsy Bitsy store), Background stamp from Itsy Bitsy
D metal tags beach from Itsy Bitsy, Rub -Ons from K& Company BW Mira Words from Itsy Bitsy store
Granules( Micro Tiny beads) in shades of blue from Itsy Bitsy
Stabilo 0.4 fine black pen
Watercolor crayons from Recollections
Jute mesh lace and jute flower from my stash
Mold- Sea creatures and Nature; Milky white Mod podge stick
MDF clock, cogs, sayings from Nirmal stationers
Polka dotted blue flower from Prima Flowers Strawberry kisses set
And all other elements from my stash

I would love to enter my creation in few challenges:


Tuesday, 24 May 2016

A little bit of sunshine!

Hello all!

Today I am sharing a fun and dimensional card in this summer season!
I have a created a sunshine scene with lots of fun felt, dies and inks! See these willow branches out of felt in two shades of green and I love these bumblebees buzzing in the grassland!
So let start how I created this.....
Firstly, I die cut a rectangle and created a grassland stamping in Mawed lawn distress ink, colored it and drew some grasses and at the top right corner I created a sunlight glow using distress ink. Using SSS frame I cut the white CS twice and once from white foam sheet. 
Now die cut Weeping willow branches out of felt and adhered them in between my frame, white foam and again in white frame and pasted them all together,
 Now die cut the sun from 2 shades of yellow felt. Die cut some flowers out of felt sheet, die cut stamens out of black CS and added some glitter paste at the center of the stamens. 
Then I die cut some bumble bees out of felt sheet and black colored texture CS and created the whole scene and adhered my top panel on my base panel using foam dots. See the dimension on the felt flowers with some embellishment in between. Now stamp the sentiment in Jet black ink.

Isn't it so much joy playing with felt!!! Hope you enjoyed it!

Supplies used:
White CS, Black CS, Black textured CS; Different coloured felts; White foam
Dies: Rectangles from Tattered Lace; Frames from SSS; Weeping willow branches from Poppystamps; Bumble bee from Taylored expressions; Flower 2 from Joy crafts; Sun from Sizzix framelits 20 stamps and die set; Stamen-I used as a part of flower from Create a lily Spellbinders die
Stamps: Darcies JCS143 stamp set; Sentiment from Unity
Distress inks: Scattered straw and Mawed lawn
Archival Jet black ink,
Markers: Copic- YG03, YG17, Touch-F123
Silver glitter paste from Bo Bunny

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges:

http://modsquadchallenge.blogspot.in/- I never used this cute sentiment before and even the grass bed too!
http://timeoutchallenges.blogspot.in/2016/05/time-out-challenges-57.html-May all your weeds be Wild Flowers

Sunday, 8 May 2016

Color bursts fly!

Hello everyone!
Happy Mothers Day!

Happy Mothers Day is celebrated all over the world on second Sunday in the month of May. The day is dedicated to all the mothers for their love and care towards their children. Right from the birth, mothers form a natural bond with their kids. Right from feeding them to make them sleep, mothers take care of their children like no one else in the family. And thus to honor them, Mother’s Day is celebrated all over the world.

Today, I played with color bursts and got awesome results! I played with a very cute image first time from Little Claires and is very perfect to celebrate Mothers day ! Here is my creation.

First of all I placed the vine stencil on a white CS and randomly sprinkle some color bursts and mist it with water, this sheet I used for making my own handmade flowers and stamping the image. Now I reversed the stencil on an another piece of CS and pressed the stencil gently, got the awesome monoprint result! Then I applied embossing paste using double stenciling, Look at below pic:
 Stamped the image on the first color burst sheet in archival black ink using my Misti for good result and fussy cut it. Took a MDF circle, heat embossed it in metallic gold, using Stick it adhesive sheet, I die cut a golden glitter foam sheet and stuck it with acetate sheet. Placed some transparent sequins and beads inside and adhered it on my main panel. Now placed a jute lace on the white CS and adhered my main panel on it.
Then I made my own handmade flowers, added some jute strings and arrange the floral decoration for a wild look. Added few colorful feathers and a cute metal nest charm.
 Stamped the sentiment on a scrap of black CS and heat embossed it with embossing powder and labelled them. Cut out a Hugs sentiment using stick it adhesive sheet, easy peasy!!!
Hope you enjoyed this beautiful creation!
 Supplies used:
Neenah Solar white CS, Black CS, Golden glitter foam sheet, acetate sheet
Studio 490 embossing paste
Ken Oliver Color bursts- Violet, Lemon yellow, Pithalo green
Stick It adhesive sheet pack
Stencils- Stripes from Tim Holtz and Climbing wine from TCW
Wow embossing powders- Metallic gold rich pale and Opaque bright white
What if I fall Stamp set from Little Claire
Archival Jet Black ink
Dies- Flower 2 from Noor Designs; Nesting circles from WeR Memory Keepers, Hugs from Technique Tuesday
Enamel dot from We R Memory Keepers 42615-8
MDF Circle, Nest metal charm from Nirmal stationers

Would love to support these challenges:
http://tictactoechallenge.blogspot.in/2016/05/challenge-nine.html- flowers, wood veneer(MDF circle), Things that fly

http://daranddiane.blogspot.in/-colors, flowers

http://fairytale-challengeblog.blogspot.in/- colors, flowers, bird

http://www.happylittlestampers.com/- I have used a glittered circle placed under the circle, some shiny beads, sequins
http://peek-a-boodesigns.blogspot.in/2016/05/challenge-6-inspire-yourself.html-   I am inspired by Many Gupta's creation-3 elements included stamping, heat embossing,and sequins.


Saturday, 7 May 2016

Hey there, friend !

Hello, everyone!

Today I want to show the positive and negative use of circle die with watercolored flowers!
I am inspired by the very talented crafters Neha and Milka's Math challenge creation!

 Firstly, I stamped the Dandelions using embossing ink and black heat embossed. Then, I kept my different size circles (used as masking) on the stamped images. Wet with water mist inside the circle and applied distress ink using my brush and again slightly mist with water. Lift the extra water with my water paper. Now remove all the die circles, misted again with water for more dimension. Added some white ink splatters.
 Now, I cut different circle dies. Placed the die cut panel on a shiny black CS and adhered all the circles using foam dots for negative and positive dimension. To create more interests, I added some different vellum circles. Added a cute vellum butterfly with white stones and embellished with black pearl dots. Stamped the sentiment on a piece of black CS and heat embossed it in white, wrap the double shade twine, added a tiny wood veneer and adhered it to my base panel using foam dots.

Isn't it something challenging and different!!! I really enjoyed!

Supplies used:
White CS, Black CS, Vellum sheet
Dandelion stamp set from Timbers Clair, sentiment from Reverse Confetti circle sentiment sets
Nesting circles from We R Memory Keepers; Butterfly die from Spellbinders Butterfly corner set
Distress inks: scattered straw, Mustard seed, dried marigold, Carved pumpkin
Wow embossing powders: opaque bright white, primary ebony
Ranger Liquid Onyx pearl; Dylusion ink spray white linen
Heart shape  wood veneer, few silver stones

I would like to enter my creation in the following challenges:
http://tictactoechallenge.blogspot.in/2016/05/challenge-nine.html- Flowers, wood veneer, things that fly