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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Latte love in Autumn colors!

Hello to all my dear crafty friends!
Happy Wednesday!

Fall season is at its peak and I prefer fall too because of various bright colors of the trees and smell of the fallen leaves, crackling sound of crisp leaves,  a time for rebirth and new beginnings!

And as all, you know Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop is also at its peak!!! I love how beautifully Amy, the Hostess of the blog manage with such hard work and loads of super sponsors for the prize to win!!!! And I am happy to join it with YNS color challenge too!

So I created a card inspired by autumn mood colors in my clean and simple fun style layout!!!

                      My card base is textured white CS. I started by a coffee cup image, colored it with my zig markers to match my PP, fussy cut it, applied black color at all edges using my black pen.

                      On a white CS, I stamped the grid randomly and heat embossed it with a glitter look. Wet that panel and applied my zig marker colors, added some green splatters too.

           Now die cut some leaves. Spread the marker colors on my sheet, mist it with water and applied those color randomly on my fall leaves.

Here is a side view with a load of pop foam dots.

         Here you can see I added some Cyrstal drops to my latte cup, steam and the falling leaves too.

           Stamped the sentiment in duo colors and added a cute enamel heart as an accent! And finished it with adding a twine and metal charm leaves!

             I hope you all enjoyed this latte love creation and inspire you to participate in fall challenge!

Supply list: 
Cardstocks and PP: White textured heavy CS, white CS, watercolor sheet, DCWV Animal Crackers 4.5" x6.5" paper stack from Itsy Bitsy
Stamps: Latte love from Fiskars; grid from Technic Tuesday
Dies: Stitching holes from YNS; Stitched scallop edges and wild greenery from Die-namics
Zig Clean Color real brushMarkers: Red, orange, yellow, light green, dark green, brown
Distress Inks: Candied apple and lucky charms
Nuvo crystal drops: White Bizard
Versamark watermark stamp pad
Embossing  glitter powder: Summer leaves from Imagine Ink
Metal charms and double shade twine, spray bottle, Tonic trimmer, Big Shot, pop dots, Fevicol, Fevistick, black fine micro pen, enamel heart

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: I am inspired by falling leaves, fall, apple cider small leaves and big leaves, small heart and a big heart

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Wedding Money envelope box Tutorial

Hello, crafty Friends!

                                   So excited today! This is my first GD post for challenge inspirations, so thrilled!!! Thank you Maninder and the Team!  I want to showcase you an envelope box gifting for a newly wed couple!

                        I created a money box envelope using a lot of mixed media products, a card and lot of journaling tags for pics and writing messages!!! And I had so much fun making them very first time! 😊
                           And this creation is inspired by this month beautiful mood-board at Rainbowcraftykari Challenge#5   which has these tropical colors, pattern and textures, wood grain effect, different leaves in green hues!


Here is the procedure:

                                                   The envelope box is already a pre cut. And I decorated the front cover in Mixed media style! Took a honey bee stencil and applied paste. Randomly stamped some script for the style!

These are chippies from Papericious which I heat embossed with various embossing powders.

Die cut some different size leaves in various shapes. These are foam flowers and I highlighted the centre part with some golden glitter applying clear glue. And die cut congrats words from 3 different shades(2 each) to make a stack.

                                                          Finally, the cover part is ready now!

 And I added a lot of journaling tags measuring 7.5"X 3.8" in size using Martha Stewart scoring board. You can fit a beautiful decor and choose the most memorable pics to add the tags with handwritten messages to make those moments more precious.

          This is a card for newly wed couple. I embossed it and highlighted only two big rose flowers using my watercolor pencils. Then embellished it and added a die cut sentiment.

This is inside view for the message and some heart tags, Stamped the sentiment and heat embossed it. Using Resist technique gave it an ombre effect inking. 

Using a border Die  I cut those panels for one of the journaling tags.

Covered it with PP too.
Attached some doily, added 3D stickers and die cuts!

                                                 This is the back side of envelope box.

I hope you enjoyed my latest creation and inspired you to participate with more creativity!

Have a wonderful day!

Supply list:
Cardstocks and different papers: White Ivory sheet, golden glossy sheet, Light green sheet, Pattern papers from Itsy Bitsy, golden glitter foam sheet, green foam sheet,
Envelop box: Pre cut in yellow colour
Dies: Crochet doily from Prima; Mr. and Mrs, Congrats(celebration words) and rectangle dotted framelits, framelit dies set tags from Sizzix; Multi Heart frame from Nellie's; Pierced hearts from Spellbinders; flourish #13 from Cheery Lynn; wild greenery from Die-namics; Gemini die-Orion from Sue Wilson
Stamps: Ever after from Kaisercraft, Handmade collections, script from Prima
Stencil: Mini honeycomb from TCW
Embossing Folder: Rose from Crafts- Too
Inks: Fossilized amber, vintage photo, lucky clover, Jet black Archival ink
Embossing powders: opaque bright white, primary lemon, Earthtone mint, silver bells glitter, metallic gold sparkle from Wow
Versamark watermark ink pad
Texture paste: Ranger
Theme based chippies: Papericious
Martha Stewart Scoring Board
Watercolor pencils from Staedtler and water brush pen
Swirl sparkle gem stone self-stick  from Itsy Bitsy
3 D Die cuts and stickers from Eno greetings
Layered Chipboards: Tags WeRMK brand from Itsy Bitsy
Washi tape: Golden glitter
Golden thread and brown color georgette ribbon
Craft and fabric glue from Itsy Bitsy
Round blender
Brown pen from Stabilo fine 0.4
black colouring brush pen from Koi
Plastic palette knife

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: I gave a new life to a pre-cut envelope holder which I hoarding more than 4 years and foam flowers adding glitter to them

Friday, 8 September 2017

Rainbow flowers wishes!

Hello all!

Memories we all like to reminisce about with friends and family. They help capture moments in time that celebrate accomplishments, milestones and anniversaries. Even better than capturing a special moment in time is doing it with a well-crafted card. These cards can hold up against time and age because they were created to last.

So, I am representing a beautiful, glittery flower pot card with pop up inside view. It has a set of the flower pot and watering can with flowers.

             First I took a heavy white CS from my stash and using distress inks, I created a sky and earth for my background. I cut a designer PP from my stash to create a wall scene with steps. Distressed it with vintage photo and pasted the strip on my card base, Then I drew some lines to create more depth. Then I die cut the flower pots and watering can. Paper pieced them and watercolored them too using different Distress marker. Now time to add the glittery frosted powders.  Wowzers, what a great result, you can clearly see in the pic!
Now popped them up and stamped the sentiment.

            Here is the inside view:
                                                Firstly I covered the inside with a very light cloudy green colour PP. Die cut these two flower pots from different coloured sheets and pattern papers and popped them up and used the centre dots for created the BG.

Stamped the Birthday Wishes sentiment along with a circle!

It's a beautiful Birthday card that adds color and life without overdoing either. Anyone who receives this card will be glad to display it on their counter or centre table for all the world to see.

Now sit down and start creating that list of friend and family you will be sending this Preserving memories birthday card too. You'll be happy you did!

Hope you enjoyed this !!!

Supply list:
Cardstock: White, navy blue, red and yellow colored CS, Off white Textured sheet, Light green cloudy pattern paper, Papericious woodland paper stack
Distress inks: Vintage photo and Broken China
Distress markers: shaded lilac, salty ocean, peacock feather, mowed lawn, ripe persimmon, squeezed lemonade, festive berries, picked raspberry, gathered twigs
Dies: China die- Flower pot and watering can die
Stamps: Sentiment from Peek-a-boo flower in a jar stamp set; Reverse confetti circle sentiments set
Sugar powder: glittery Frosted sugar powder
Adhesive pop dots

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges: I am inspired by all glittery rainbow colorful jars! The mood board is so pretty and colorful! I am inspired by rainbow colors I used my woodland paper as stripes inside! B for bricks

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Spotlight Technique with Geometric Butterfly!

Hi to all!

Today, I would like to show how I create this card with the full procedure of Spotlight technique with an embossing twist! I love experiments! 😊

                        I started with one of the double running stitches dies to cut my focal panel from a watercolor sheet. Stamped the butterfly in Versamark embossing ink and sprinkled embossing glitter powder, heat embossed it, look at the shine, Wow, amazing!

          The Spotlight Technique is very interesting to highlight any part of the image in Black & white and then color it. But my twist is instead of Black &white I highlighted it with silver embossing touch!

I decided to highlight my butterfly image using star die with a trail!

I used glass watercoloring technique to color my spotlight area. I wet the area with loose water and leave a very thin dot to spread the color with water. I am very happy with the result! And matted it. Now line up the colored image with the silver color stamped image.

                        Stamped my greeting and I masked the sentiment to highlight the word Sparkle. Love the shine!Matted my focal panel too. Wrapped my label with a satin ribbon and adhered my focal panel to my card base.
My card base is white and adhered a piece of matching blue PP  to the left side of the card. Now I finished it off making a trail with my own loads of bling.

The final view once again:

Here is the inside view:
The sentiment is foiled!

Supply list:
Cardstocks: Watercolor sheet, White color CS, Turquoise blue CS, Blue designer paper from Itsy Bitsy
Stamp: Geometric Nature from Mudra Stamps
Dies: Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Dies from STAMPlorations; Pierced Stars from Spellbinders
Wow Embossing powders: Metallic Platinum Sparkle and Nice Ice Blue embossing glitter powder and Bonding Powder
Designer Foils: Silver Fog from Clear Snap
Inks: Altenew Desert Night and sea glass
Versamark Watercolor Ink pad
Satin Ribbon Set from Itsy Bitsy
Waterbrush pen
Other Supplies:
Masking paper; glue stick, craft glue, Bling from my stash

P.S.    Woohoo! This creation is in the Top pick here:

Would love to participate in the following challenges:
- Inspired by color of butterfly and its delicacy and textures

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

A Friendly Hello!

 Hello, crafty peeps!

Good Morning to all!
Happy Independence Day to all my Indian Crafty Friends!

So excited to share my creation in Rainbow colors on this important and happy day!

                           This adorable scene is created with Phoebe with her wagon stamp set. This set is so versatile with cute images and sentiments. I colored the images using distress inks and cut them with coordinating dies. I trimmed some parts of the cute image of doggy because I wanted to show him hang on those fences.

      I used the ice-cream spoons to create my fence and cut them accordingly my need. And choose to go with the rainbow colored theme using distress inks.

        I created a hill slope using a die and dotted papers. Cut the grass from a designer paper too and adhered at the back of the hill slope as shown in the pic.

 Using my puffy clouds die I created my own stencil and applied on my white textured card base.

   The sentiment is also from the same set. And I did foil experiment the very first time using bonding powder. After two trials, little happy with the results will experiment again for the best result 😊

    For more interest and textures used stitching holes die at the bottom.

Embellished it with some flower sequins!
One more pic from another angle!

It's always a fun to create a scene!
Thank you for stopping by and hope you enjoyed this cute friendly scene!

This cute creation in Top pick here:

Supply list:
Cardstocks: White watercolor CS, White texture sheet, Pretty Basics PP from Papericious 6"x6", Green color wood grain texture PP from my stash
Stamp: Phoebe with her wagon stamp set from YNS
Dies: Coordinating stamp die set from YNS, Stitching holes from YNS; Border 1 from Paper Smooches; Puffy cloud borders from Lawn Fawn for masking
Distress inks: fossilized amber, crushed corduroy, carved pumpkin, candied apple, twisted citron, mowed lawn, grand espresso, vintage photo, black soot, hickory smoke, salty ocean, mermaid lagoon, blueprint sketch, tumbled glass
Memento Ink: Lilac Posies
Archival Ink: Jet black
Wow embossing powder: Bonding powder WX01
Designer Foils: Silver color from Clear Snap
Other supplies: Versamark watermark ink, distress tool, crafty glue, multicolour flower sequins, heat embossing tool, pop dots

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: I am very much inspired by rainbow colors, colorful sequins to brighten someone day! I totally love this colorful theme! I am inspired by rainbow color palette and CASEing Laura's stunning creation, she is so talented and I love distress inks, such fun! lots of circles and count fence as stripes! I love your cool bottle and converted it into a piece of art, I converted my ice-cream spoon sticks here in rainbow colors!