Friday 29 January 2021


 Hello everyone!

For my card, I created a jungle scene and the theme is the point of view!

I used a super cute stamp called Wild things and colored it with my Zig markers. 

I then used a scalloped frame for the scene and adhered it to my Kraft card base.

I paired my image with a Leaf stencil to create my background since I wanted to capitalize on the jungle feel on it. I added a snapshot sentiment in black and popped this base with dimensions. I used a polaroid die for my picture frame and added a die-cut word Perfect which is already distressed. 

And die cut some wild greenery leaves and tucked them near the frame to look like jungle foliage.

I added a cute camera for this photoshoot which is paper pieced and enhance the beauty of this scene with some tiny flowers from my stash. Added some sheen to my giraffe image. Hard to catch.

Hoping you enjoyed my card today!

Wishing you a wonderful day!

Supply List

Cardstocks: Kraft CS, whisper white CS, Black CS

Pattern Paper: From Bo bunny

Stamps: Wild thing from Candibean; (Sentiment) Calendar from Kaisecraft 

Stencil: leaves from Expressions craft

Dies: Stitched scalloped rectangles from Die cuts and more; Polaroid from Kaisercraft; camera from Sizzix You &  Me die set; Wild greenery from Dienamics; Word perfect from Waffle Flower

Dye ink: black Licorice from Lawn fawn

ZIG watercolor brush pens

Distress inks: twisted citron, mawed lawn, cracked pistachio, lucky clover, candied apple

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Tuesday 26 January 2021

Stick frames in Modern style!

Hello everyone!

I am back after a long break as my daughter got married and blessed! 

Here are the pics:

Herewith a groom:

I made a card in a little modern style and gave my stick frames die-cut piece a little neon yellow touch as an accent is just great!

And added the combination of neon purple checkered with some sequins! The sentiment is from Altenew.

Just perfect, I think! 

Bye for now. Happy crafting!

Supply list

Cardstock: whisper white

Stamps: Goals from Altenew; checkered from Prima Marketing

Die: Stick frames from Poppystamps

Radiant neon ink: Electric purple fromTuskineko

Sequins: sugar plum mix from Mudra stamps

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Friday 15 January 2021

Time for welcoming the new year!


Happy Friday!

With the computer boom and invasion of mobile technology in the '90s, the card craze gradually started fizzing out. When greeting someone was easy as keying in a short and sometimes sweet message.

Any festival, birthday or New Year, I would rush to the nearest card store in my locality to pick up an attractive one or one with great words. Those days I love those floral cards with vintage feel on them. So inspired by 90's time I made a card welcoming New year with vintage feel on it!

I copic colored the different floral images. Highlighted it with watercolor pencils and loosely watercolored it slightly for a vintage look, and added a tiny clock with a cute chirping bird.

Hoping you enjoyed it!

Supply List

Cardstock: Neenah Solar White CS

Stamps: CRSF03 from Jags; Stitches stamp from Bo bunny; Sentiment is from Ganesha- Mudra stamps

Dies: Clock is from Cuckoo clock set from Spellbinders; Bird is from Joy crafts

Archival ink: Cornflower blue

Dye Ink: black licorice from Lawn Fawn

Copic markers: B01, YG0, YG1, RV29

Touch marker: B66

Staedtler watercolour pencils

Friday 1 January 2021

Winter wishes


Happy New Year everyone!

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and holiday time. Wishing this year is going to be a year of change from COVID, filled with new beginnings, hopeful resolutions and maybe even a bit of magic!!!

I know I was missing my blog land from last 4 months and I am so excited to tell everyone that my daughter is married on the 8th of December'20. Best Wishes to the new couple on the new journey of life together!

Today, I am sharing my first card of this season with a winter theme. All the elements make it so easy to create this little pretty scene.

I love these sparkly background trees, it looks like snow is falling. 

After stamping my birch trees on a die-cut background, I simply popped out a cute snow guy and some cute little birds. There is a couple of parcels and a die-cut sentiment on a red scalloped border along with some silver blings.

Have fun!

Supplies                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Stamps: Into the woods, Yeltitude greetings( gift boxes), Winter holidays from Winnie & Walter; birds from Paperbabe stamps; Winter home from YNS                                                                                                                                                                                    Dies:  Warm winter wishes from Stamplorations; Scalloped border from Gina Marie Designs; Scallop borders from Dienamics                                                                                                                      Distress Ink: Candied apple                                                                                                          Archival Ink: Jet Black                                                                                                                                 Embossing Powder: Metallic Platinum Sparkle  from Wow                                                                                                                                                          Cardstocks: Whisper white, red CS