Thursday 30 November 2017

A big floral card!

Hello to all!

Today I am representing a big floral card with two shades of stencilling! This is my DT post for Expressions Craft Stamps!

This is a pretty simple card using chipboard, stencils, with my big own handmade flower and some embellishments!

I started by stencilling using gelatos in two shades as shown in the pic above. Then I put my stencil and rubbed the colors using a baby wipe, see the result.

The main focus of the card is stencilling, chipboard with a big flower that I made using the tattered rose biggest flower. Die cut some flowers and moist them with water, shaping them and created the textures using tools and pad. You can try this technique with easy steps as shown in the pic and made a big flower combing altogether and adhered the pollens inside.

For chippies, there are 3 sets in the same pack, I used the middle one here. The beautiful chippie shape is perfect for the placement of flowers. I applied white acrylic paint on it and embellished my big flower with other fillers too.

To create more textures I placed some very tiny sequins in pink here and there.

Placed a sentiment and finished it off with some jewelled rhinestones.

Supplies used:
Cardstocks: Heavyweight white CS, White stitched textured and shining pink handmade sheet
Chipboard: Designer Square Frames from Expressions Craft Stamps
Stencil: Floral from Expressions craft Stamps
Dies-  Sizzix Tattered Florals Bigz die and Thank you word die
Pearl white acrylic color from Camel
Gelatos- Pink and purple
Crystal beaded glass pollens, Dark pink pollens, wire, green tape, fillers, jewelled rhinestones, mulberry leaves, tiny pink sequins

Would love to participate in the following challenges:

Monday 27 November 2017

Thanks a bunch

Hello friends!
How are you all?

I am very much busy with my DT schedule post from last 2 weeks but taking out some time to participate in some of the challenges as this is Thanksgiving month!

Here is my creation with all glitter!

Last time I purchased a mini stamp named-Mini bunch and never used it before. This is so delicious to color it with any medium and here I used distress inks. I stamped the image on a watercolor sheet and heat embossed in gold sparkle and fill the colors using my watercolor brush pen, fussy cut it.
Created a glittery bg using one of the grunge effect stamps.
 I choose a navy blue color card base using a double stitched rectangular die. Then die cut a yellow foam sheet to create a window panel with stitching effect and adhered it. Now die cut a sentiment Thanks out of a glittery gold sheet and stamped Thanks a bunch sentiment using blueprint DI on the yellow foam sheet first time and remove the Thanks part. Love the result and grunge look of the sentiment on the foam sheet.
Now all components are ready to adhere using pop dots. Few very tiny sequins placed in the centre of flowers as an embellishment.

Hope you like it with all glittery touch!

Supplies used:
Cardstocks: Navy blue, Golden foam sheet
Stamps: Mini bunch, grunge effects and Purely sentiments from Mudra stamps
Dies: Crazy double running stitch rectangle nesting die from Stamplorations (Cutplorations), Rounded double stitched rectangle die from Peekaboo, Thanks word die from YNS
 Distress Inks: Crushed olive, lucky clover, twisted citron, picked raspberry, candied apple, carved pumpkin, mustard seed, blueprint
Wow embossing powder: Metallic gold sparkle
Tiny navy blue color sequins, crafty glue and pop dots I used red, green, and yellow from this color palette I am inspired by color of cherries and leaf with Thanksgiving fun

Thursday 16 November 2017

Pink Christmas with Mini Calendar!!!

Hello everyone!
Hope you all are well and ready for the Christmas festivities!

Today is a special day for me, It's my Birthday, so I made a special project which is really near to my heart! It's a wall hanging cum Mini Calendar!!!

For a long time, I wanted to make a Calendar always and This time I got such beautiful new chipboard sets. This is my DT project for Expressions craft stamps and made me inspire to create a new style! I fell in love with all my heart with these chippies. The reindeer is soooo majestic with all beautiful frames in 3 different sizes and gorgeously design, love it!
It took me to complete in 2 days! It was a labour of love, but completely worth it!😊

I will show how to create these step by step process!

I hoard this cardboard for a long time from a packaging and it has 3 scored lines too:). I covered it with pattern papers.

The scalloped frames and reindeer are highlighted by crystal clear powder and sparkling dots using glossy accents.

I applied the chalk paint to the snowflake and highlighted it with crystal clear powder for frosty winter effects. The flowers are spritz with sprays and highlighted too for more frosty textures!

For the LO, I toned down the color of the PP using chalk paint, texture paste and spray, added more snowflakes using Merry Christmas stencil.

To create the calendar tabs. I stamped them month wise using jet black ink and my favorite tool Misti, always made work so easy and quick for best results and applied different stencils month wise like on Dec month I applied snowflakes, Jan with new beginnings so applied stars and so on....... You can see the pics clearly.

Now time to assemble all the things I going to use them in a Shabby style, so I took a rough pic in advance, always helpful to create!

Here are the few close-ups:

Love the majestic look of Reindeer with wintery crystal texture frame!

I used natural hay, twigs and tiny pine cone here!

I added the Calendar using brads and I die cut these tiny tags showing The year 2018 from the same paper pack.  There is a pen to write some special event or day on the backside of the tab!
These are the rub-on!

Here is the final go again! Hope you enjoyed this creation!

Supplies used:
Stencils:  All the stencils used in this creation are from Expressions Craft Stamps
Butterfly and dragons, Merry Christmas, Valentine Heart Border, Spidy Web, Daisy Delight, Diya, Floral, Waves, Weave Pattern
Chipboard sets: Christmas, Designer Circle Frame from Expressions Craft Stamps
Cardboard, Vellum sheet
Pattern papers Pack: Merry &Bright fromKaiserkraft; Snowflakes papers are from Penelop &Percy  (Daisy &Dandelionns)
Stamps: Calendar and Hello Today from Kaisercraft
Dies: Shapeabilities Address Book from Spellbinders  and Framelits Die set tag from Sizzix
13@rts products: Mulberry rose flowers and Chalk dirty pink Ayeeda Mist
Papericious products: Crystel clear powder, Texture paste, Chalk Paint, Marsala spray mists, Trim and laces
Distress Spray stain: Picket fence
Jet Black Archival ink,
Itsy Bitsy Products: Chalk ink pad: Rosewood and plum, Pink sparkle dots, Soft n' fuzzy Yarn gumdrop, Rub on- Silly season from Kaisercraft
Tonic Studio guillotine Trimmer
Prima- Junkyard Findings Vintage Trinkets- Typo bulb#2
Other supplies: Natural hay, Small pinecone, weaved beads, Crochet flowers, Balls lace trim, Beaded crochet small flowers, silver nature fillers, Brads, silver leaves, Metal charm  snowflake in silver and a star, rhinestone ring in silver, pearl string in pink, glossy accents, Fevicol, plastic palette knives

Happy Crafting!

Would love to join some challenges: I used these natural elements in my MM project: natural hay, twigs and tiny cone here.

Sunday 12 November 2017

Thank you card!

Hello to all!

This is once again a DT post for Expressions craft Stamps! Love the Panda wish stamp set, super cute. I love the images in different angles and actions with such fun sentiments!

I stamped the image on a scalloped textured white CS in jet black ink. Then distressed the bottom edges in different hues of greens. Added some pink color to its cheeks and feet. On another die cut panel, I distressed the bottom panel in 3 shades of green hues and added water splatters. The sentiment is from the same stamp set.  You can view this pic clearly.

And finished it up with a tiny heart nearby image using valentine heart stencil!

Supplies used:
Cardstocks: White textured CS, black CS
Stamp: Panda wish from Expressions craft stamps
Stencil: Valentine Heart Border
Die: Frames from SSS
Distress inks: twisted citron, mowed lawn, lucky clover
Zig clean clear real brush markers
Jet black Archival ink

Hope you all enjoyed these fun creations!

Happy crafting!

Would love to participate in the following Challenges:

Saturday 11 November 2017

Christmas bells with snow!

Hello to all!

Time to share another DT post for Expressions Craft Stamps!

What would be Christmas be like without the sound of Christmas bells and some snow? So I am featuring Christmas bells on this card to ring the holidays!

I started by stencilling the bells using DI and added snowflakes on them using snow paste.  Fussy cut them.

On a pretty plaid PP, I added a sentiment. and covered it with colored vellum sheet. Now die cut a stitched border and adhered it to the vellum sheet. Using the stencil I added some snowflakes on the vellum sheet by mixing some sparkly dots to snow paste.

A view from a different angle:

Die cut some pine boughs. Now arranged all the elements on my card base. Adhered my Christmas bells using pop dots and a string. Finished it with a tiny bow and some rhinestones. And in the last added some more snow paste to pine bough and at the edges of the card base to create some more textures and festive look!

Here is the matching inside!

Supplies used:
Cardstocks: Heavy white CS, Bottle green textured CS and deco green color vellum sheet
Pattern paper: Perfectly plaid from Lawn Fawn
Stencil: Merry Christmas from Expressions Stamps
Dies: Pine boughs from Poppy stamps; Stitched rectangle die
Stamp: Christmas characters from Inkadinkado
Distress ink: candied apple
Archival Jet Black ink
Aleen's True snow, palette knife
Big Shot
Tonic studio Guillotine cutter
Glitter Dots
Bow and a double shade string

Would love to participate in the following challenges: I added glittery sparkly dots to my snowflakes to give magical effect!

Friday 10 November 2017

XOXO tag

Hello everyone!

A quick little tag made for a Secret Santa gift that my daughter is giving to a friend!
Love the detailing on Santa:) super cute!
I am participating in the 25 Days of Christmas Tags hosting by Tracey!  My tag is inspired by Kathy Schweinfurth's tag in traditional colors, speech bubble, sentiment, a cute Santa and confetti cuts from day 4!  
The image is embossed on a watercolor sheet with Ebony black using my embossing black pen. I watercolored the image using my watercolor pencils and fussy cut it.

I used different tag dies in different colors with a lot of textures and details.
The sentiment is a die cut which added to a stamped speech bubble. Finished it with tying a bow using double shade twine!

Supplies used:
Cardstocks: Red, textured white, Black, light green and Golden CS
Stencil: Merry Christmas from Expressions Craft Stamps
Embossing Powder: Primary Ebony from Wow
 Emboss it Black pen from Ranger
Staedtler watercolor pencils, watercolor brush
Stamp: Hello from Mama Elephant
Jet black Archival ink
Dies: Thin cuts fancy Assorted Par from Itsy Bitsy; Photo frames and borders from Sizzix; Xoxo word from Magic circle die- Technique Tuesday
Twine: Black & white
hole puncher

Would love to participate in the following challenges: I have chosen color palette no #10

Thursday 9 November 2017

Water resist embossed snowflakes

Hello and Welcome to the November month!

This is my DT post for Expressions Craft Stamps and I am inspired by a technique by Susanne at Wow Embossing powders blog.

For this card, I started by embossing biggest snowflakes in metallic Platinum using the Merry Christmas stencil on an off-white CS. And loosely watercolored them using my transparent Fuji watercolors.

The sentiment is also from the same stencil. I embossed some tiny snowflakes on a vellum strip too. Try to keep this fun card in festive colors!

Supplies used:
Cardstocks: Off-white CS from Expressions Craft Stamps, red CS, vellum sheet
Stencil: Merry Christmas from Expressions Stamps
Embossing powder: Metallic platinum from Wow
Versamark embossing ink pad, Emboss Dual Pen II

Monday 6 November 2017

Vintage style Love card!

Hello everyone!

Another month has started so another fun GDT post for Rainbow Craftykari! And this time it is very unusual:)      A bit freestyle with a lot of love and tenderness in vintage style.....our life with flowers become more beautiful!!!

P.S                    Yayyy! Won the challenge!
Winner's  Badge

My base is a textured white CS. 

I added lots of layers of old textbook papers and adhered them on a distressed white piece. Distressed them with hickory smoke ink and applied fossilized amber Distress paint in the centre. Now added some white linen ink spray splatters too and applied some of the gesso at the edges! Die cut some rose flowers, distress and shape them. 

After that, I die cut some Hearts out of textured and vellum sheets. Die cut some clustered leaves, distress them too. Added lace trims and finally decorated my card using lots of handmade flowers with some Thank phrase and few green transparent dew drops and lots of splatters!

Here is the inside view:  You can add a personal message too!

P.S.  I am runners-up here at 
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Supply list:

White textured CS, cream color textures CS, vellum sheet
Old book text papers
Stamps: Love notes from Avery Elle and Polaroid from Kaisercraft
Dies: MFD 022 Heart from Nellie's; Mini and large royal rose from Die-namics; Clustered leaves from SSS
Distress inks: hickory smoke, mowed lawn, fossilized amber
Distress paint: Fossilized amber
Finger daubers
Camel Artists Gesso
Jet black archival ink
Clear gel tacky glue
White linen Dylusion Spray
Double color jute string
Circle flourish Lace trim from Papericious
Green color dew drops

Happy crafting!

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: