Monday 29 April 2019

Magical Kisses!

Hello friends!
Happy Monday!

Yesterday afternoon I found myself with some free time and created this colorful Magical card with a cute unicorn and gave wings to him to explore the rainbow world!

I just found a sunburst stencil in my stash, so I started my card by thinking I'm going to use this as my card panel using a double stitched rectangle die.

Using several DO inks I created this rainbow sunburst, added some water splatters and then some white splotches.

Then I choose a fun stamp set from Lawn Fawn. I love it, so fantasy, delicious and reminded me of my childhood toys from 70's! Colored some of the part of the images and fussy cut it.
The rainbow is very nice to build in different colors and amazing combo uncoloured stamped clouds and dies.

Then heat embossed this amazing sentiment in white on a black label which is so perfect for my magical scene.

 Die cut the Magical word 3 times and made a stack. And added all the layers to my whisper white card base.
With a few enamel dots, this card is finished!

I love How cute this Magical Birthday Rainbow card with unicorn turns out!

Supply List

Cardstock: Whisper White CS
Glitter sheet: Double shaded glitter sheet from my stash
Stamps: Critter Ever After Stamp set from Lawn Fawn; Clouds from Rainbows and Happiness stamp set from YNS; Sentiment is from Mudra Stamps set Fairytale Wishes
Stencil: Create-a-scene Sunburst from Craftyscrappers
Dies: Double Stitched Rectangles from Peek-a-Boo Designs; Conversation Bubble Four ( Cloud) from Spellbinders; Puffy Cloud Borders from Lawn Fawn; Magical word from Waffle Flower, Wings from Poppy stamps Graceful Faerie die set
Distress Oxides: Abandoned  Coral, picked raspberry, twisted citron, mermaid lagoon, squeezed lemonade, wilted violet
Chalk Paint: Natural White from Papericious
Enamel Dots: From WeRMK
Zig Clear Real brushes
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Double adhesive foam tape

Friday 26 April 2019

Have a mice day!

Hello friends!
Happy Friday!

It's too hot in Delhi, so I am presenting a sweet creation in shades of soothing blue to chill the day!

I created a very sweet card using a cute mice image playing with a balloon. I fussy cut the image and applied matching distress ink at the edges. For the focus on the image, I randomly applied some DO inks on my sheet and swiped away my die cut scallop rectangle panel along with a frame.
Added so many layers of cardstocks and PP. And the cloud print PP fit so well with this cute mice image I die cut a tag with circles print!

Finished it with some enamel shapes and a sentiment label. And added some bold die cut letters Enjoy in black!

Wishing you a very nice(mice) day!
Will come back soon!

Happy crafting!
Vinita Jain

Supply List
Cardstocks: white CS, sky blue, navy blue and Kraft grey CS
Pattern Papers: Sweet Dreams stack from Scrapberry's; Dark Blue circlesPP from Education stack by DCWV; Dotted PP in blue from my stash
Critter sheet: You are so mice from DCAM store
Dies: Stitched Tags 2, Inverted Scallop rectangle frame dies and bold xl alphabets from DCAM brand
Distress Oxides: squeezed lemonade and mermaid lagoon
twine and enamel shapes from my stash

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Thursday 18 April 2019

Hooray! You rock!

Hello friends!
Happy Thursday!

Hoping you are enjoying your day!

I just love this cute little football buddy when I received this critter sheets in my DT Kit and such fun putting this card together. My DT post for DCAM store!
Check out the concentration on his little face, so cute!

I've always found boys cards such a tough challenge but these images are just stinkin' cute and made my work easy. And boys cards forced me out of my color comfort zone, it's rare that I use cherry red now, isn't it!

Firstly, I created my own background for this cute guy using Hexagon stencil in bright colors to match my playing fun scene.

Then I hand cut all those images from the critter sheet. Created a fun playground, added some movement to the football and placed my images with some shadow touch on an Inverted stitched scalloped white panel along with stitched circle scalloped frame.

Stamped the cool sentiment in jet black ink, fussy cut it. Die cut a fence and created this whole fun scene with bold hooray chiplet sentiment and some buttons with coloured twine!

Have fun!

Supply List

Cardstocks: Textured red color CS, white CS
Stamp: Sentiment is from Penny Black- Truly Great stamp set
Stencil: 3D Hexagon Builders from DCAM store
Critter Sheet: It's a goal from DCAM store
Chiplet: Horray from DCAM store
Dies: Inverted Scallop Rectangles, Inverted scallop circles, Fence from DCAM store
Distress Inks: Candid apple, fired brick, fossilized amber, Mowed lawn, lucky clover
Memento ink: dandelion
Archival Ink: Jet black
ZIG Clear Color Real Brushes

Friday 12 April 2019

Hello sunshine

Hello everyone!

Welcome to Spring Fling Hop here at STAMPlorations, it's day 12!

I am always happy when I can find new ways to use these old friends! I hope this has given you a little inspiration to give new life to some of those less used sets sitting on your shelf!
In keeping with my resolve to use all stamp sets or stencils and not just those that are the latest and greatest, I reached for the Kathryn Thanks Teacher stamp set to combining Bold florals stencil.

My card is done in a fresh Spring green, yellow and oranges coloring combo. I think she is so adorable!

I used the Artplorations Bold Florals stencil to create my own background. I applied the crackle paste through the stencil and let it dry. Then added some gelatos to more interest and textures.
There is a tint of yellow, orange and lime green touch in the floral background and it helped to soften the overall look, however.

Then I stamped the girl image, fussy cut it.
I hand colored the foreground grassy landscape. And finished it off with the sentiment Hello Sunshine says it all with some tiny sequins for my flower centres!

Today's prize is

More inspiration awaits! Visit the rest of the Guest Designers and Team members. My fellow Pals are excited to show you what they have created! Don't forget to show us some love by commenting on my post and my crafty pal's creations!

Commenting close on Friday, April 19 and the winners will announce in a special post on Monday, April 22.
Don't miss the fun!

Supply list

Cardstock: Heavy white CS
Stamps: Kathryn Thanks Teacher and Sweet spring wishes stamp sets from STAMPlorations
Dies: Crazy Double running stitching rectangles from CUTplorations
Stencil: Bold florals from ARTploration
White Crackle Paste: Papericious
Zig real brushes
Gelatos: Banana, blood orange, Aqua Dolce, Light green from Faber Castell
Dye ink: jet black from Tubby craft

Denim butterfly with flourishes!

Hello to all!
Happy Friday!

Finally, I got down to catch up on this fortnight Butterfly challenge.

Yayy! I am in Top 3!

And my card elements are Denim blue, dark orange, the diamond with denim butterfly and vellum.

I started by making my own diamond plaid design to create the background.
The beautiful flourishes are inked on the panel in a denim blue color.

I love the effect of heat embossing on vellum with flourishes. And the sentiment is in sparkling snow with some shadow in blue ink.
Die cut a butterfly from a denim print sheet with hello sentiment.  I love how beautifully this pretty butterfly fit onto the diamond plaids. And finished it off with some enamel dots.

Happy crafting!

Supply List
Cardstock: Whisper White CS
Heavy vellum sheet
Pattern Paper: Naturals paper stack from Papericious
Stamps: Flourishes from Hello stamp set and Sentiment is from Doodly booms from Craftyscrappers Brand; Scenery Stripes from Winnie &Walter
Dies: Butterfly Duet from Paper Smooches; Hello from You & Me die set from Sizzix brand
Archival Inks: Cornflower Blue and Prange Blossom
Wow Embossing Powders: Opaque bright white and Sparkling snow

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Another year flew by

Hi everyone!
Welcome back to my blog! Hope you are having a wonderful and creative day!

For today's card. I paired the flew by mini stamp set with some spring blooms and the fun woodgrain dry embossed background.

I started my card by preparing a white panel and added embossed woodgrain panel for some textures. Creating an inverted scalloped frame that I mounted on it.
I used my Zig Clean Color pens and watercolored all of my stamped flowers and cute Toucan guy. Fussy cut them all and some with coordinating die. Foam mounted all inside the frame to create a fun and bright scene to brighten someone day by adding a sentiment with faux stitching.

I love the happy colors on this bird and had a lot of fun playing with all these sweet little touches to this ard! The flowers..... totally make me think of Bali, you see these flowers everywhere in Bali!

And I love the fact that well- colored card doesn't need any embellishments 😊

Supply List
Cardstock: Snippets of Whisper White CS
Stamps: Flew by mini stamp set from Craftin Desert Diva and Flowers from Craft Sensations stamp set with coordinating dies
Dies: Inverted Scalloped Rectangles from DCAM store; Framelits with 20 stamps from Sizzix
Archival Ink: Jet black
 ZIG real brush pens
White gel pen
Black outliner pen

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Tuesday 9 April 2019

Card and envelope set!!

Hello crafters!
Happy Tuesday!

 I wanted to make something wedding side with summer mood)  Flowers too.
So I flipped through die templates laying on the table and came up with this combination set.

This is my DT post for DCAM blog!

Shown here in the sample, you can see how beautiful it is!

This die worked wonderfully as an edge or side borders, creating backgrounds, you name it! This die really can produce all the looks you want to add your creations!

I added some foam flowers to these beauties. Embellished with some adhesive half pearls. Here are some close-up pics:

Happy Crafting!

Supply list
Cardstocks: Heavy white CS and raspberry CS
Dies: Royal envelope topper die, split long envelope die, wild grass from DCAM store
Distress ink: Raspberry
Adhesive half pearls: White and pink from my stash
Foam flowers from my stash

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Hello spring Dry embossed card!

Hello to all!
Happy Tuesday!

A dry embossed spring card in 15 minutes once again.
My card LO is so simple, as I wanted the focus to be on the embossed pattern!

I like a lot of white space and texture. And I love this cute embossing folder!
I embossed this pretty bird, so easy-peasy. Then sponged the raised effect in soft pastel colors. Stamped the sentiment and dressing up with some sequins!

Thanks for stooped by!
Enjoy crafting!

Supply list

Cardstock: White CS with little textures
Pattern Paper: MARIPOSA Cardstock stack 12"12" from DCWV
Embossing folder: Birds and wreath set from Sizzix
Stamp: Sentiment is from Hello Coffee set from STAMPlorations
Scrappin: Chalk powders for sponging
Altenew Ink: crimson
Sequins from my stash

Saturday 6 April 2019

Pocket blooms


STAMPlorations Spring Fling 12 Days of Giveaway Event

STAMPlorations is celebrating Spring Fling Hop! I am so thrilled to have been invited to be a part of Spring Hop as a Guest Designer! We are hoping to give you some inspirations for this special hop!

Over at STAMPlorations Blog, we've got a fun 12-day event and today is DAY 5!
We are giving away one prize every day to one lucky commentator who hops and leaves comments on The STAMPlorations blog and participating Designer's blog.

 I am sharing this cheerful card using a variety of stamps that are perfect for any special person!
Take a peek what I made!

First I created my own background pattern using my finger sponge dauber. I randomly added some polka dots using pigment ink and before drying I applied some Perfect pearl using my brush for glam. I gave a more definition to it by filling the gap by using my white gel pen.

Using Sweet Spring Wishes stamp set, I first masked up the floral image and stamped my image. Fussy cut them.
Do you see the shimmer on the flowers and leaves?? I added some sparkle with Wink of Stella Pens!
Die cut a pocket out of vellum sheets two times and convert it into a shaker.

Using Crazy Double running Stitch rectangle die cut a white panel, added the sentiment and applied Perfect Pearl on it. And created the whole design with a cute shaker pocket (a touch of Denim look) and cheerful blooms!

This sentiment is a perfect compliment to let your friends know how much they mean to you!

Isn't it cute!

Many thanks to Shery for inviting me to join this fabulous hop and I hope you enjoy visiting all the Designers.
Come back each day to see the new inspirations at Stamplorations and Happy Spring!

Day 5th Prize:

Good luck with the draw and happy hopping!!!

Supply List

Card stocks: Heavy white and red CS
Vellum sheet
Stamps: Sweet Spring Wishes and Pocket Blooms stamp sets from STAMPlorations
Dies: Pocket die and Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangles from CUTplorations
Finger Dauber
Pigment Inks: Green, royal blue from Versacolor
Chalk ink: Orange from Itsy Bitsy
Perfect Pearls pigment powder kit: Jewels
Wink of Stella Glitter pens: a set of 5
Masking sheet and foam tape
PrillsBlue color

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