Monday 16 December 2019

Snow fun Layout!

Happy Monday!

Winter season needs fun and frosting.
Snow fun LO for all to adore. The fluffy white snow brings a chill to the air, winter activities, snowflakes, hot cocoa, the birds reminding me of the bliss of happiness.

Nothing says fun like a ton of snow and skiing in the snow. This was my sister's first-time trip in the snow. And her fur coat reminds me of a snowman. I wanted to make this keepsake for her to rejoice her memories, the short trip to Manali in India. A place where people come to relax, have fun in the snow, enjoy some quiet time and make some lasting memories.

The Papericious Winter Rhimes PP is so beautiful and perfect for this LO that I am stuck in winter creation with snow fun:) using a lot of fussy cuttings, winter vibes, sparkling to show you all today.
The background is made on cardboard with Winter Rhimes papers. A coat of clear gesso before adding all the elements. Created textures using teal blue spray.

I added a torn paper layers behind the pic which reminded me of snow.

The berry foliage is sprayed with teal blue then heat embossed with nice ice blue.

The swirly chippie is representing a big snowflake which is heat embossed with sparkling snow.

The Christmas trees with a deer is a die-cut which is also heat embossed and then I sprayed the bamboo color on deer with some textures on it. A sentiment with snow textures.

All the fussy cut elements.

Can u see the snow texture on this beautiful lantern, it looks like real snow!

There are some pine boughs, lots of hologram silver glitter looks like falling snow. The other decoration is a lot of felt flowers with glittery handmade flowers added more interest using snow paste.
Once I liked how everything was positioned, I adhered my title words SNOW FUN using white foam.
Focus on the details: 

I hope you enjoyed my reveal today!

Supply list
Cardboard: 12 by 12
Paper Stack: Winter Rhimes 12 by 12 from papericious
Corrugated sheet: Silver from Itsy Bitsy
Foam sheet: White
Chippies: Moments theme chippies set, Hollow swirls from papericious; from Itsy Bitsy
Dies: Pine boughs from Poppystamps; small alphabet dies from Die cuts and more; Christmas tree with deer
Clear gesso: Dina Wakley
Clear embossing pad
Heat tool
Spray Mists: Deep teal and bamboo from Papericious
Embossing Glitters: Sparkling snow and nice ice blue
True snow
Silver Hologram Glitter: 13arts
White Iridescent Glitter: 13 arts
Handmade Flowers: Symphony from Itsy Bitsy
Felt flowers: Creative Minds
Clear gel tacky glue
Feathers: Blue
Plastic designer circle with a paper flower epoxy brad
Cinnamon and star anise

I am entering into these challenges:

Friday 13 December 2019

Happy holidays

Hello everyone!

My card has a little grungy style this time!
With a sweet little deer image, some sparkly stars with large snowflakes, few washi tapes, some splatters and wishing Christmas Holidays!
My DT post for Cut It Up Challenges the theme is anything goes Christmas!

First, I stretched my dies and made my own stencil using a negative snowflake die. And blended some ink through it to create a scene. Then Added some stars using some sparkle paste and some splatters.

Now stamped the image, colored it with my chameleon tone pens first and added details with my polychromos pencils. Fussy cut the image and highlighted it with a white uni-ball pen.

Now adhered the image using foam dots and a snowflake with some washi tapes. Stamped the sentiment and embellished it with some half pearls.

Happy Greetings!

Supply List
Cardstock: Whisper White CS
Die: Negative snowflake from Create a smile
Stamps: from Paperbabe; Sentiment- Snowy holidays from Winnie & Walter
Stencil: Heidi Swapp star stencil
Sparkle Paste: Ginger Ale
Archival ink: Jet black
Mid-tone shadow ink: Cup O Joe from Hero arts
Polychromos pencils: Faber Castell
Chameleon Tones: Set of 52 pens
Washi tapes: Musical; golden stripes
Adhesive Half pearls: Brown and light brown

Would love to enter here: inspired by white and browns with a winter feel
Take It, Make It Challenge

Monday 9 December 2019

Holiday Wishes

Good Morning!

Today I created an elegant card featuring Poinsettia!

Firstly I started with a sentiment in the centre with black ink.
Then I created a pretty quick background. I took the poinsettia image and some holly leaves with berries using distress inks and misted my image with water before stamping onto a panel of white CS.

I then stamped the centres of each flower using dots with a darker ink.  Using a pierced square created a window.

I adhered the panel onto my textured red card base and then added a layer of vellum to the card front and then foam mounted that window die cut panel. To finish it up added some very tiny sequins and some red stripes.
Hoping you enjoyed it!

Supply list
Cardstock: Whisper white and Textured red CS
Stamps: Poinsettia Peace from Poppy stamps
Dies: Pierced squares from Spellbinders; Square stitching (i used scalloped one here) Nellie's Multi frames
Distress inks: candied apple, forest moss, fired brick
Silver and gold ink from Itsy Bitsy
Sequins: red from my stash

Would love to enter here:

Saturday 7 December 2019

From our house to yours

Happy Saturday!

These days I am enjoying making Christmas cards and the negative snowflake die is so versatile, you will see more of creation using this die! Love it!

This card is based on this beautiful sketch:

I started with die cut a negative snowflake at my white panel. Then blending the panel with victorian velvet DI at the top to middle. Using the same DI stamped some snowflakes and using some sparkle paste added snowfall through a stencil.

Die-cut a country landscape from the designer foiled paper in blue. Stamped a snowman image and coloured it with my polychromos pencils.
Now adhered that panel to my card base using foam dots Stamped sentiment in black at the bottom corner with a pair of cute deer.

Thanks for stopping by and Happy crafting!

Supply list
Cardstock: Whisper White CS
Designer Sheet: Blue with a silver checks foiled sheet
Dies: Negative snowflake from Create a smile; Country landscape from Memory box
Stencil: Heidi Swapp  H500838
Stamps: Big Holiday stamp set from Inspired by stamping; ChristmasCharms from Stampendous
Distress ink: victorian velvet
Archival ink: Jet black
Sparkle paste: Whipped cream

Would love to enter my card here:
Y is for Yuletide lots of circles as snowflake and triangle  as trees and houses.