Thursday, 17 August 2017

Spotlight Technique with Geometric Butterfly!

Hi to all!

Today, I would like to show how I create this card with the full procedure of Spotlight technique with an embossing twist! I love experiments! 😊

                        I started with one of the double running stitches dies to cut my focal panel from a watercolor sheet. Stamped the butterfly in Versamark embossing ink and sprinkled embossing glitter powder, heat embossed it, look at the shine, Wow, amazing!

          The Spotlight Technique is very interesting to highlight any part of the image in Black & white and then color it. But my twist is instead of Black &white I highlighted it with silver embossing touch!

I decided to highlight my butterfly image using star die with a trail!

I used glass watercoloring technique to color my spotlight area. I wet the area with loose water and leave a very thin dot to spread the color with water. I am very happy with the result! And matted it. Now line up the colored image with the silver color stamped image.

                        Stamped my greeting and I masked the sentiment to highlight the word Sparkle. Love the shine!Matted my focal panel too. Wrapped my label with a satin ribbon and adhered my focal panel to my card base.
My card base is white and adhered a piece of matching blue PP  to the left side of the card. Now I finished it off making a trail with my own loads of bling.

The final view once again:

Here is the inside view:
The sentiment is foiled!

Supply list:
Cardstocks: Watercolor sheet, White color CS, Turquoise blue CS, Blue designer paper from Itsy Bitsy
Stamp: Geometric Nature from Mudra Stamps
Dies: Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Dies from STAMPlorations; Pierced Stars from Spellbinders
Wow Embossing powders: Metallic Platinum Sparkle and Nice Ice Blue embossing glitter powder and Bonding Powder
Designer Foils: Silver Fog from Clear Snap
Inks: Altenew Desert Night and sea glass
Versamark Watercolor Ink pad
Satin Ribbon Set from Itsy Bitsy
Waterbrush pen
Other Supplies:
Masking paper; glue stick, craft glue, Bling from my stash

P.S.    Woohoo! This creation is in the Top pick here:

Would love to participate in the following challenges:
- Inspired by color of butterfly and its delicacy and textures

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

A Friendly Hello!

 Hello, crafty peeps!

Good Morning to all!
Happy Independence Day to all my Indian Crafty Friends!

So excited to share my creation in Rainbow colors on this important and happy day!

                           This adorable scene is created with Phoebe with her wagon stamp set. This set is so versatile with cute images and sentiments. I colored the images using distress inks and cut them with coordinating dies. I trimmed some parts of the cute image of doggy because I wanted to show him hang on those fences.

      I used the ice-cream spoons to create my fence and cut them accordingly my need. And choose to go with the rainbow colored theme using distress inks.

        I created a hill slope using a die and dotted papers. Cut the grass from a designer paper too and adhered at the back of the hill slope as shown in the pic.

 Using my puffy clouds die I created my own stencil and applied on my white textured card base.

   The sentiment is also from the same set. And I did foil experiment the very first time using bonding powder. After two trials, little happy with the results will experiment again for the best result 😊

    For more interest and textures used stitching holes die at the bottom.

Embellished it with some flower sequins!
One more pic from another angle!

It's always a fun to create a scene!
Thank you for stopping by and hope you enjoyed this cute friendly scene!

This cute creation in Top pick here:

Supply list:
Cardstocks: White watercolor CS, White texture sheet, Pretty Basics PP from Papericious 6"x6", Green color wood grain texture PP from my stash
Stamp: Phoebe with her wagon stamp set from YNS
Dies: Coordinating stamp die set from YNS, Stitching holes from YNS; Border 1 from Paper Smooches; Puffy cloud borders from Lawn Fawn for masking
Distress inks: fossilized amber, crushed corduroy, carved pumpkin, candied apple, twisted citron, mowed lawn, grand espresso, vintage photo, black soot, hickory smoke, salty ocean, mermaid lagoon, blueprint sketch, tumbled glass
Memento Ink: Lilac Posies
Archival Ink: Jet black
Wow embossing powder: Bonding powder WX01
Designer Foils: Silver color from Clear Snap
Other supplies: Versamark watermark ink, distress tool, crafty glue, multicolour flower sequins, heat embossing tool, pop dots

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: I am very much inspired by rainbow colors, colorful sequins to brighten someone day! I totally love this colorful theme! I am inspired by rainbow color palette and CASEing Laura's stunning creation, she is so talented and I love distress inks, such fun! lots of circles and count fence as stripes! I love your cool bottle and converted it into a piece of art, I converted my ice-cream spoon sticks here in rainbow colors!

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Spotlight Technique

Hello, everyone!

Today I showcased a stencil card using spotlight technique with a twist!

       I started by putting the stencil on my white card base using masking tape(shown in the pic), I used Staedtler watercolor pencils. First I colored only the bloom. After coloring I Drew the outline all around the doodle clusters using my Stabilo Point brown color pointed pen. Then fill some spaces like circles and stripes using golden glitter gel pen.

I fussy cut the colored bloom out of it for my spotlight panel. Fussy cut brown colored foam sheet too and adhered both the layers on my metallic CS.

A close-up look:

Die cut a sentiment out of both metallic and stamped a sentiment in ground espresso ink.

Hope you all enjoyed my creation!

Supply list:
Cardstocks: White Ivory sheet; DCWV The Mariposa Cardstock Stack 12"x12" ( metallic, glittered and Textured sheets); chocolate brown foam sheet
Stencil: Doodle cluster from Mudra stamps
Stamp: Purely sentiments from Mudra
Die: Friends from Lawn Fawn
Sequins: Yellow from Mudra
Colors: Staedtler Watercolor pencils; Stabilo fine 0.4 point 88 brown pen; Golden glitter gelly roll pen
Distress ink: Ground espresso
Paper Trimmer: Tonic
Big Shot
Other supplies: Crafty Glue; fevi stik; masking tape

Would love to participate in the following challenges: bloom 
 Inspired by yellow colors and dotted and striped lines in pretty butterfly with brown lines!