Tuesday 26 March 2019

You make me smile

Hello to all!
Welcome back!

 I'll share my smile with you and Hope that your Tuesday will be filled with just a little something to make you happy!

I achieved the gorgeous result using the newest Lace dies which is so versatile and delicate, combining with Peonies!
Ready to color Peonies critter sheet having such beautiful blooms, it's fun to watercolor them, which I have used in the card below.

Firstly on a white panel, I randomly watercolored the stripes. Die cut the crochet lace with its shadow die out of a white sheet. Watercolored one of the Peony image using ZIG!
Added a sentiment make me smile with bold You Chiplet in black. Finished it off with some clear droplets and Pearl dots.

Happy Crafting

Supply List
Cardstock: White CS
Critter sheet: Ready to color Peonies from DCAM store
Chiplets:  Bold YOU in black from DCAM store
Die: Crochet lace die from DCAM store
Stamp: Blubelle stamp set from Kaisercraft
Archival ink: Jet black
ZIG clear Real brush pens
Clear droplets from DCAM store
Pearl accents from Rangers

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It's your Birthday!

Hello to all!

Happy Birthday at Time out Challenge!
Made a floral card combining gorgeous lace die today!

Colored some Peonies using Chameleon Pens and gave more dimensions to them adding Polychromo Pencils. Highlighted the flower centre with a white gel pen and some details were added using a black pen.
I adhered the Peony flowers along with my lace die with a shadow border along with a panel of dotted PP. And before adhering it to the white card base did some stamping too.
Stamped a Birthday sentiment.
Lastly, I added some sequins.

Happy Crafting!

Supply List

Cardstocks: White and  black CS
Pattern Paper: Capsules Collection from Papermania 12" by 12" stack pad
Dies: Swirl Lace die from DCAM store
Critter sheet: Ready to color Peonies from DCAM store
Stamps: Big Birthday Wishes from SSS and Stamp and cut Flowers DC 130 from Hero Arts stamp set
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Ombre Ink Pad: Pink to red from Hero arts
White gel pen
Chameleon Tone Pens
Polychromo Pencils

Monday 25 March 2019

You color my world!

Hello everyone!

Oh my gosh-  how cute is this little chameleon!
Now that I am finally getting to grip with how to color him. Its dawned on me that he can be any color combo I like. Maybe greens next time :)D

First  I used the stencil to create a Splash background pattern in rainbow colors using DI.
I colored up the adorable chameleon image using Chameleon Pens and fussy cut it.

What do you think of those googly eyes on the chameleon with glossy accents? I couldn't resist!!!

Then I stamped a color Palette holder and a coloring brush, colored them and fussy cut them. I added glossy accents for the dimension to the coloring brush.
Then die cut a polaroid frame. Behind this frame, I added a clear acetate sheet and foam adhesive to form the shaker and adhered it to my stencilled panel.

 I love the sentiment You color my world, so perfect for this colorful card.
Then My cute little guy popped up on this polaroid frame holding a coloring brush with purple color sand around him to spread more color from the shaker. Thankful to nature! How fun!
It is definitely one of my favorite stamp set and I have a feeling this little cute guy is going to be used A LOT!

Supply List

Cardstock: A snippet of white CS
Acetate sheet
White foam sheet
Stamp: Never Change from Craftyscrappers
Stencil: Color Splash from Craftyscrappers
Die: Polaroid frame from Peek-a-boo stamps
Distress inks: Wilted violet, Raspberry, fired brick, twisted citron, blueprint sketch, mowed lawn, cracked Pistachio, carved pumpkin and fossilized amber
Chameleon pens
Zig clear Real Brush Markers
Essential sand: Little Birdie
Glimmer pen: Purple

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Sunday 24 March 2019

Faux Stained glass Flower Power!

Hello everyone!
Happy Sunday!

Today I am sharing a CAS card with Faux Stained Glass technique!


I used my Zig brush markers to color these blossoms, they are a perfect medium to color them.

Firstly I started off by die cutting my Vespertine Blossoms from a heavy white cardstock 4 times to make a good stack. These were layered up with liquid glue. Once again from a white card panel, I remained the die cut inlay in a white card panel.  I used the negative parts to color my blossoms. 

Then I decided to color the leaves of the top layer stacked too with a Wink of Stella Clear Glitter brush pen combining with Zigs! Stamped the sentiment using Zig again with a cute flutterby. Added a touch of shimmer again to create the shimmery background for more glam look!

And added that die cut blossom to the white panel which fit in just like a puzzle piece.

I finished it by adding Dimensional magic for the stained glass effect in each section of the blossom and let it dry properly overnight.
I really enjoyed this beautiful technique!

Happy Weekend!

Supply List
Cardstock: White CS 300 gsm
Die: Vespertine Blossoms from Memory Box
Stamp: Thought for the day from Inkadinkado
Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers
Dimensional Magic: Mod Podge
Wing Of Stella Clear Glitter Pen

Friday 22 March 2019

Gift box card for a Birthday girl!

Hello friends!
Good Morning!

How was your Holi festival celebrations?
I hope you all have enjoyed with your family & friends and feeling refresh now!

I could hardly wait to start sharing my box card with you. They are so fun and different from anything else I created ever before. I used the So Beary Cute Critter sheets with so many beautiful images from the set to make a Birthday card for a girl! This is my DT post for DCAM store!

And especially for kids to make them happy for gifting with sweets!

I added a die cut flourish with tiny mulberry florals to embellish my panel with a  happy birthday sentiment strip. A cute party banner and a bow with a heart! And did some doodling around my image!
Tucked a pen in a pen holder with some sweets inside the box.

Isn't it soooo adorable!

Supply List
Cardstocks: White, black and blood red color CS
Pattern Papers: The education stack from DCWV; Carta Modellata from Zeeman
Critter sheet: So Beary Cute from DCAM store
Stamp: Best Ever stamp set from SSS
Dies: Build a peony flower with a flourish ( I used a flourish here) and Margeurita flower die set from DCAM store; Party Banners from Joy crafts
Martha Stewart Scoring Board
Paper Cutter from Tonic Studio
Ribbon, wooden heart, flower wire and mulberry roses with bling from my stash

Would love to enter my project in the following challenges:
http://allsortschallenge.blogspot.com/2019/03/week-511-favourite-stampimage-or-die.html- I always love to make a scene on my cards and here I used my fave DCAM critter sheet image!
https://pixiescraftyworkshop.blogspot.com/2019/03/pixies-snippets-playground-challenge-348.html- Here I used lots of snippets of CS and a snippet of a gorgeous ribbon!

Gift Box card for a boy!

Hello to all!
I am back again!

I could hardly wait to start sharing my box cards with you. They are so fun and different from anything else I created ever before. I used the So Beary Cute  Critter sheets with so many beautiful images from the set to make a girlish/boyish card or welcoming little one!

I am so in love how cute the bear images so I made a box card for a boy too! I fussy cut the spring bear image.
I love the plaids, perfect for boy cards.

It has a proper box with magnet closure. I made a happy spring scene with a cute bear image.  Here is a pic while opening of the box holding pens and pencils inside.

A side close- up pic.

Those cute clouds are stamped with a smiley face added pink cheeks and fussy cut them all.
I love to add many details on my cards. So I cut a few strips of felt grass from my stash. Die cut some flowers, inked them in blue and added those flowers to match with bear images holding a bunch of daisies in his hand. Added a gorgeous ribbon with a die cut fence and a bow with a button on the box flap.
Use magnets for the closure of the box.

Hope you like what I am sharing today!
Thanks for stopping by and Have a great day!

Supply list
Cardstocks: White and chocolate color CS
Pattern Paper: Plaids from Lawn Fawn
Critter Sheet: So Beary cute and a sentiment strip from Blooming Beauty DCAM store
Stamp: Rainbows and Happiness stamp set from YNS
Dies: Inverted scallop rectangle frames, fence set, Margeurita flower dies from DCAM store
Distress ink: Blueprint sketch
Archival ink: Jet Black
Felt grass, ribbon, button and magnets from my stash

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Sunday 10 March 2019

Spring Birthday card!

Hello friends!
Happy Saturday!

As you all know I really love to make scenes by using dies in my unique style!
 And created a cute birthday card welcoming Spring season, which is my favorite!

 This time I have created some circle pattern in different sizes to create a geometrical pattern in Diagonal strip out of a pattern Paper.

For the chirping chicks, I choose the different images from the stamp set and colored them with my Zig brushes.

Die cut some leaves and colored my leaves using the smooshing technique.
I fussy cut them, foam mounted them and dressed up my card with few sequins. Applied crystal clear glitter drops to flower centre and chick wings.

Have a wonderful weekend!!

Supply List
Cardstocks: White CS, Light green cloud print PP
Stamp: Happy Bird-Day stamp set from Itsy Bitsy
Dies: Nesting Circles from WRMK; Leaves from Trendy Spring blooms from Cutplorations( Stamplorations)
Zig clear clean brush markers
Few sequins from my stash
Nuvo Crystal glitter drops

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges:
https://stamplorations.blogspot.com/2019/03/cutplorations-march.html- inspired by the circle dots and blooms with leaves


Wednesday 6 March 2019

Pop up Shadow Box card!

Hello to all friends!
Happy Wednesday!

I thought it would be fun to have the viewpoint on my card as if you are looking inside through the window into my spring garden with Hummingbirds. I already know which friend will receive this special card with all my love!
It is dimensional yet fold flat to go in an envelope and easy to make too.
My box card is inspired by a very Talented Jennifer Mcguire!

This card measures 6" by 6and1/2", so when flattened it measures 4and1/2" by 5and1/2". And scored both the pieces 1/2" and 1" on the long sided to form the shadow box.
I used the dual stitched circle dies to cut the aperture and frame.

Here's what I worked on first. I stamped the flower image on a white piece of paper using my Misti for the crisp image. Colored it with my Zig pen brushes. Now stamped the hummingbird images, colored them and fussy cut out all those images. Love the rainbow colors on my Hummingbirds! Outlined all the images using my artist black pen. 

Added wink of clear glitter Stella pen to Hummingbirds.

Some stencilling has done to create more interest on my front panel.

Now created the whole scene adding my hummingbirds on acetate at inside flap and it is movable!

A closer view:

Then I worked on the back of the box card, adding some circle frames, a sentiment and some stamping.

A small video, hummingbirds in action!
I am so pleased how pretty it turned out!

Supply List

Cardstocks: Whisper white CS, raspberry and light ping CS
Stamps: You are amazing stamp set from Craftyscrappers; circle sentiments from Reverse Confetti; Best friends from Kaisercraft
Stencil: Abstract patterns from Craftyscrappers
Dies: Dual stitched circle from Peek-a-Boo designs and Nesting circles from WRMK
Zig Real brushes- set of 12
Dye Inks: Jet black and Hot pink from Tubby Crafts
Wink of Stella: Clear glitter pen