Friday 29 May 2020

Coffee rules the World!

Hello to all!
Happy Friday!

Here is my last card for The coffee Lovers Hop 2020!
I am super excited to share this project. I was eager to use my unused stencil Map and it is so pretty and versatile to use!

I used the World Map stencil and inked up with DI.

Then double stencil it using dots stencil overlayed my map stencil and added Nuvo Crystal drops to create textures on it. It gives a cool effect on stencilling.
Then lightly added blue watercolor look all around the map image for ocean wave.

I created the sentiment on vellum in gold with a coffee cup and a cute heart image on it which are heat embossed.
Coffee definitely rules the World. Isn't it!!!

I also added die-cut scalloped strips for my interest. Adhered that panel on my Kraft CS. Finished it off tide a golden thread at the top and some sequins.

I am sure you enjoyed this card!
Happy crafting!

Supply List
Cardstocks: Whisper White CS, Coconut cream shimmer CS, Kraft CS
Vellum sheet
Stamps: Sentiment stamp ( Long back gifted by dear Hetty): (The cup) Mini stamp set from SSS
Stencils: Map and Memory dots from Mudra stamps
Dies: Hearts from Lawn Fawn #LF4922: Scalloped borders from Die Cuts and more: Stitched circles from Memory box
Embossing powder: Metallic gold rich pale from Wow
Distress inks: Salty ocean, mermaid lagoon, candied apple, fossilized amber, carved pumpkin, twisted citron, picked raspberry
Golden sequins and thread

Would love to support these fun challenges: I used Map stencil first time which was in my crafty stash form one year long, even the sentiment too!

Pinwheel Spinner card!

Hello friends!
Happy Friday!

It is so much fun to make a spinner card and I made this for a birthday boy!

I know he will love getting this!
I used a pinwheel printed sheet, just perfect for my card. I just added little watrcolored to my focused panel with ZIG brush and highlighted the pinwheel print.

Die-cut a pinwheel for my spinner card.
I added a tiny heart to my pinwheel centre attached with a brad.
Added a polka dot sheet to my card panel before adhering the focus panel.

The greeting is from MFT stamp set.
Hoping you all enjoyed it!

Supply List
Cardstocks: Orange, cream
Pattern Papers: Color splash PP from Recollections; Double-sided Kraft in color PP from Doodlebug designs
Stamp: You make my Heart spin from MFT stamps
Dies: Spinner card die from Nellie Snellen; Scallop border frames die from Gina designs
Archival ink: Jet Black
Enamel heart
ZIG watercolor brush
Double-sided tape

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges:

Wednesday 27 May 2020

Hello summer!

Hello everyone!
Happy Wednesday!

Today I decided to step outside of my comfort zone and try for the messy watercolor look with the flower stamp. And it was fun!
How appropriate for summer, Am I right?
It's a clean approach with lots of white space!
My card consists of Hello coffee stamp set and ZIG clean color markers.

 Firstly I die cut a white sheet using a doublerunning stitched rectangle. I inked my flower stamp with different Zig markers, misted it with water and stamped the image at the top corner using my Misti, so cool result. I slightly watercolored it.

And once again I stamped these flowers with same inks for a more good result using Misti.
As my image is already inked, I spritz some water on my image and now at the other bottom corner, I once again stamped the image, voila! This is called second generation stamping.

Now stamped my coffee cup on a piece of white paper, watercolored it and fussy cut it. Die-cut a cute tiny parrot image.

Because I used Zig markers I freely added little water outside my image and gave it a washed look. 
The sentiment is from the same set and mounted my cup and cute parrot using foam dots.
Then added a bunch of splatters with few crystals.
I hope you enjoyed it a lot!

Supply list
Cardstock: Whisper White CS
Stamp: Hello Coffee stamp set from Stamplorations
Dies: Crazy double running stitched rectangles from Cutplorations; Bird song mini corner from poppy stamps
Archival Ink: Jet Black
ZIG clean color bushes: set of 12

Would love to support these challenges:

Tuesday 26 May 2020

Latte Love!

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!

Another fun day and another summer feel latte love card!
This time I worked with some glitter and gold embossing. I decided to work with some Poppy stamps dies and a SSS cute coffee cup.

PS: My card is DT favorite choice here:

Firstly I embossed a strip and placed it on my card base with another textured line sheet on another side. Die-cut  True love stem 2 times, watercolour them and slightly heat embossed with sparkly gold glitter randomly.
Die-cut a little coffee cup, watercoloured it to give some definition to the lid and coffee sleeve.

Assembled all the things at one place, mounted the latte cup using foam dots with my true love stems.
Popped up some die cut flowers too. These flowers are looking really cute. I adhered a few small crystals in each flower centre.

Die-cut a latte word and Heat embossed it. Heat embossed some polka dots and a heart too. It gave wonderful zing to all elements together. And finished it off with some gold splatters and few embellishments, tiny butterfly.

I love how this came out and I hope your day also blooms with love!
Happy Crafting!

Supply List
Cardstocks: Snippets of whisper white, coconut white, raspberry pink, pale pink, green color CS
Stamp: Scenery: Dotty from Winnie & Walter
Dies: True love stem and Blooming border from Poppy stamps: Coffee cup wafer die from SSS, Latte word
Embossing Folder: Basic shapes from cattle bug
Wow embossing powders: Metallic gold sparkle and metallic gold rich pale
Embossing Inkpad: Versamark
ZIG markers: a set of 12
Smooch Spritz: Golden yellow
Embellishments: Enamel heart in pink, blings in golden, 2 tiny white half pearls, sparkly butterfly in pink

Wold love to support these fun challenges:

Sunday 24 May 2020

Rainbow cups full of sunshine!

Hello to all!
Happy Saturday!

Rainbow colors always fill Happiness in everyone's life!

Made another cup card in rainbow colors.
Created a rainbow peeking out of a cloud and filled the happiness in a stack of cups!

Die-cut this rainbow and cloud and distressed them.
Die-cut a stack of cups, distressed them too.
Created a sky with distress ink and splatters some water droplets. 
 The table cloth is made with checkered stamps from prima and die-cut it with a scalloped rectangle die. Stamped the sentiment on a label. And created this cute rainbow cups scene!

Hope you all enjoyed it!
Thanks for stopping by and Have a great weekend!

Supply List
Cardstocks: Whisper White CS
Stamps: Checkered stamp from Prima; Rainbow and happiness stamp set from YNS
Dies: Scalloped stitch rectangle frames from Gina Marie designs; Double stitched rectangles from Peek-a-boo Designs; Poppy stamps Teacup stack; Rainbow from You & me set from Sizzix
Archival Ink: Jet black
Distress Inks: mustard seed, carved pumpkin, barn door, wilted violet, picked raspberry, twisted citron

Friday 22 May 2020

You are Tea-rific!

Me back again with some tea inspiration card for summer coffee Lovers hop hosted by beautiful crafter Amy!

Firstly I made my own background with different cup sizes all over on a Scalloped die cut rectangle using Memento ink.
Then stamped a tiny cup with a succulent in it. Watercolored and fussy cut it. Die-cut a scalloped circle in lime green and a white stitched circle too. Stamped the sentiment and adhered it on my scalloped circle. Now on my raspberry pink base card, I placed my cup sheet on it. To make it softer side, I placed a vellum sheet before adhering the circles.

Using foam dots I adhered my teacup. Embellished it with summery flowers, a tiny rhinestone on a cup and a die-cut filler in black.
Hope you enjoyed this simple and beautiful card.
Have a good day!
Happy crafting!

Supply list
Cardstocks: Raspberry pink, white, lime and black CS
Stamps: One cup from Verve stamps; You are Teariffic from Fiskars
Dies: Scalloped stitched rectangles from Gina MarieDesigns: Scalloped circle from Die cuts and more, stitched circle from WRMK; Fillers from Die cuts and more
Vellum sheet
ZIG Markers
Memento Ink: rosebud
Archival ink: Jet black

Would love to join these challenges:

Thursday 21 May 2020

You are wonderful!

Happy Friday!

Are you just craving some bee cuteness.....!
Little bees on summer days
Flap their wings
and buzz away!

I made a nice summery bee card.  I combined two of the different stamp sets to create this scene.

The hive was cut using my snow globe die out of a white sheet and I think it is so cool to create a beehive.
The golden glittery honeycomb is sandwiched between the card front. These cute bees are colored with ZIG markers and paired with a purple flower. Look liked they are coming from the beehive!

Softly created a honeybee comb background and buzzing pattern. And attached my leftover golden beehive in a corner.

Added a label sentiment with bold Hello.
Finished it off with few pretty sequins.

I hope you enjoyed my card today!
Stay safe and Healthy!

Supply List
Cardstocks: White, black and violet CS
Glitter Foam sheet: Golden
Stamps: You are, Yes you stamp set from Uniko; Daisy and bugs stamp and die set from Hero Arts
Dies: Honeycomb from Sizzix; Snow globe die from Die cuts and more; Hello from Wplus9
Stencil: Honeycomb Layering THS005
Archival ink: Jet Black
Distress ink: wilted violet
Sequins: Pink mix from Die cuts and more

Saturday 16 May 2020

Reach for the stars!

Hello friends!
Happy Saturday!

Today card is all about stars and galaxy.
I love the cute Kitty astronaut from Cosmic Newton stamp set!

For my galaxy background panel, I used color burst and love the superb watercolored outcome.

 Then created a star background on it using a stencil.
Stamped the image and die cut it.
Adhered that panel on my base card.

I kept it simple with the sentiment.
Hoping you all like it!

Supply list
Cardstock: white
Stamp and die set: Cosmic Newton from newton's Nook
Stencil: Starfield from Newton's nook
Color Burst: alizarin crimson, lemon yellow, violet,
Brusho: cobalt blue
ZIG watercolour brushes set of 12
Texture paste from Papercious
Archival ink: jet black

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