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Monday, 21 May 2018

Floral on vellum with stripes!

Hello friends!
Happy Monday!

I've really enjoyed the inspirational challenges these days and took my inspiration for this pretty color theme here!

I die cut a vellum stitched circle. The floral image is heat embossed and colored with my distress markers and shading was done using my watercolor pencils for more depth. Stamped those tiny butterflies using Memento ink. Stamp the sentiment on an angle using same ink.

Now die cut a white running stitched rectangle panel. Using masking tape created those stripes using same memento ink and added some splatter too. Adhered this panel on my stitched card base using foam double tape. Added that vellum circle on the striped panel. Finished it off with some pretty glittery yellow enamel dots and some details using white gel pen.
I totally love the final outcome on this! Hoping you enjoyed this creation!
Happy crafting!

Supply list

Cardstocks: Sky blue CS, white CS
Vellum sheet: From Itsy Bitsy
Stamps: Rose bud mini and Geometric nature stamp set from Mudra
Dies: Crazy double running stitch rectangle dies from Cutplorations( stamplorations); Dual stitched circle from Peekaboo Designs
Distress markers: Salty ocean, iced spruce, squeezed lemonade, fossilized amber
Watercolor pencils: Staedtler set of 36 colors
Memento Luxe: Nautical blue
Embossing powder: Nice ice blue glittery from Wow
White gel pen: Sakura
Glitter enamel spiral dots: Yellow from Itsy bitsy
Big shot
Tonic Trimmer
Double sided foam tape

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges:

Saturday, 19 May 2018

Wedding card for a couple!

Hello everyone!
Happy Saturday!

Hoping you are planning to spend your weekend!

I made a wedding card for a couple which I sent a few days ago and not blogged yet! I think, they certainly had their pleasure.......
The choice fell on the Pantone color of the year- ultraviolet with a hint of metallics elements and royal red, perfect for a couple!

Brusho fun technique Card


I just love this pretty creation and just an amazing way to create something different and super cute in no time at all! Seriously! I made this composition in less than half an hour hardly:)

I started with whisper white glossy paper. Sprinkled some Color Burst colors randomly and spray with my water bottle and added some gold splatters too, love the result. Die cut the & sign out of a copper color glitter sheet and adhered it. The sentiment is stamped using jet black archival ink and I highlighted the bold words with glitter gold gelly pen.

Love the designer Lovey Dovey washi tape with the foiled gold hearts and added a black striped vellum paper strip. Add a  cute wood veneer couple which is inked with golden pigment ink and some epoxy stickers.
Finished it off with a purple Sequins trim and bakers twine with a Heart cloth-pin!
Love the combo of colors with all gold!

Well! I hope you are inspired by my creations!
Hoping you all are having a great day:)
Supply used:

Cardstock: Whisper glossy white sheets, Copper glittery sheet
Stamp: Sentiment is from Sunshine stamp set- PeekaBoo Designs
Dies: Dual stitched rounded rectangle set  and Ampersand Trilogy from PeekaBoo Designs
Color Burst: Violet and Alizarin Crimson
Golden color spray: Smooches Spiritz
Heidi Swapp Printed vellum sheet stack
Hearts: Crystal Foil Epoxy stickers from Itsy Bitsy
Couple veneer: KaiserCraft Wooden flourish Pack-Travel
Washi Tape: Lovey Dovey from PeekaBoo Designs
Ribbon: Purple sequins trim
 white and black dual shade baker twine

Would love to join some of the challenges here:

Friday, 18 May 2018

It's your birthday!

Hello to all!
Happy Friday!

Quickly wanted to share my latest project!

Firstly, I started by blending two colors at the right side of the panel and misted it with water. I added a floral PP to my card base using a curved border die.

I made my own chipboard frame and sentiment label using a thin cardboard and added a pastel color texture PP on the cardboard.
I here used lots of different dies to make my floral cluster and leaves. Added wooden beads in the centre of flowers. 

The dazzling dragonfly is cut from a white textured sheet. On my craft mat, I randomly add two colors, misted with water and added them to my dragonfly. Die cut the wings from acetate sheet also and adhered on the top of the wings to give dimension to the dragonfly. Added clear wink of Stella to wings and dragonfly for shine. Added at the distressed side too.

Now arranged the whole composition with birthday sentiment and a very thin satin ribbons.
Finished it off with some sequins! These tiny things make me happy, you know when you finally use something you spent money on at one point!

Hope you enjoyed this creation!

Supply list

Cardstock: Textured white fleece CS from Itsy Bitsy; 300 gsm white CS, Snippets of raspberry CS, Light green CS, 1mm cardboard sheet
Acetate sheet: Snippets of acetate sheet from Itsy Bitsy
Pattern Papers: Watercolor Floral ballet from Little Birdie and The Mariposa stack from Itsy Bitsy
Stamp and die set: Phrase-Sizzix framelits 20 stamps and die set from Itsy Bitsy
Dies: Dazzling dragonfly from memory box; Blooming border from Poppy stamps; Photo frame from Peekaboo Designs; Floral wreath from Sizzix Thinlits; A 2 curved borders One from Spellbinders
Distress ink: abandoned coral
Memento ink: Lilac Posies
Archival ink: Jet Black
Round Blender tool: Ranger
Sequins: Irridecent petals from Itsy Bitsy
Wooden Beads: Black from Itsy Bitsy
Wink of Stella brush: Gl. Clear
Trimmer: Tonic Studio
Satin ribbon: Very thin in two shades of pink from my stash

Would love to enter my card in the following challenges:
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Thursday, 17 May 2018


Hello everyone!
Happy Thursday!

Today I am presenting a sweet and beautiful Mixed Media card from a daughter to her Mother! I used lots of dies with lots of flowers, textures, chippies, embossing, splatters, mould embellishments and a silhouette image!
I had a lot of fun creating this layout....... lol!!

The bird and butterfly created with clay and mould and highlighted with old Inka gold. Added lots of paper frills and a tiny piece of heart lace in golden.

Stamped some leaves applied distress inks to them. Added a vintage button highlighted with old Inka gold. There is a stamped bow in the left-hand corner. Added acrylic color to them with some splatters here and there.

 I made my own handmade rose flowers to match with backing paper, distressed the edges of flowers and heat embossed in gold sparkle. The scribble chippie, mini roses and paper clips too heat embossed in gold sparkle. And combined them with a lot of mulberry flowers.

An inside view:

I left a lot of blank space to write the message! And try to keep the design matched with outside look.

Supply List 

Cardstocks: Heavyweight black CS, Peach color CS
Pattern Papers: Snippets of Beautiful Flowers Paper pack from Jags and DCWV Mariposa Paper stack(created my own handmade rose flowers using this)
Stamps: Leaves from Mudra; tiny bow from Waffle flower stamp set
Dies: Gardenia form Mudra; Silhouettes from Cherry Lynn Designs; A2 Valiant Honor die from Spellbinders; Stitched ticket die set from Peekaboo Designs
White Chippies: Mini roses, scribbled circle, words#1 and Leafy swirls from Mudra Chipzeb
Distress inks: Fossilized amber, fired brick, twisted citron
Acrylic paint: Postbox red and fresh lime Dylusions from Rangers
Inka Gold: Old gold
Archival ink: Jet Black
Embossing Powder: Metallic gold sparkle from Wow
Sculpey clay, mould
Heat embossing tool, Golf tool, embossing pad, distresser
Vintage button, paperclip, heart lace in golden, brown paper frills from old packaging, mulberry flowers are from my stash

Would love to enter my project in the following challenges:

Monday, 14 May 2018

You are a star underwater scene!

Hello friends!

Couldn't resist making one more creation using Embossing Texture Paste!

This time I made a fintastic theme card!

I started with stamping some critters and colored them with Zig markers, added some white dots to a starfish and octopus, fussy cut them. For more fun and interest added googly eyes to octopus and glossy accents to crab eyes. Doe cut a textured white panel using a double stitch rectangle die.

 Die cut two tags and applied embossing texture paste through Bubble stencil and keep one of the tags in the centre as a mask.

Removed the mask and heat embossed the paste and tiny bubbles appeared and they look like real sponged bubbles! Amazing!!!!

Now on the other tag, I blended some distress ink and added some water droplets. Stamped some of the sea elements. Tied a jute twine and adhered the tag using pop dots to that embossed panel, Created the whole scene! Matted it on a navy blue sheet and then placed it on a textured card base.
I think it turned out so fun with the dimensions and textures. I hope you like it!!!

Supply list
Cardstocks: Snippets of Textured fleece white sheet from Itsy Bitsy; Snippets of Navy blue CS
Stamps: Fintastic Birthday and Underwater stamp set from Itsy Bitsy
Embossing Texture Paste: Raspberry Cooler, Aquatini from Itsy Bitsy-Little Birdie
Stencil: Bubbles from Magenta
Dies: Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangles die from Cutplorations (Stamplorations); Tags -4 from Nellie's multi-frame
Distress ink: Salty ocean
Zig Clean Clear Real Watercolor Brushes
Jute String: Tim Holtz idea-ology #TH93139
Glossy accents, googly eyes and pop dots

Embossing Texture paste project in mixed media style!

Hello to all!
Happy Monday!

I had fun playing with my new toys Colored Embossing Textured Paste today! I am preserving and giving each technique a try. I might just like getting messy!! Lol

I used my Peacock doily stencil with two colors of embossing texture paste on a piece of heavy white sheet measured 10"x10" and covered the whole sheet using a palette knife. You can let it be dry in their usual colors but here I quickly heat embossed before drying for the texture results!

Below are the procedure and pics.

Oh my my, beyond imagination, it pops like popcorn after heating, changed the colors to soften side. So magical, dreamy and while touching by hand you will feel it very soft. It looks really cool in real life!

On all outer sides of the stencilled doily, I applied two steps crackle medium and highlighted the crackles with plum chalk paint and lightly covered it with silver pigment ink too and wiped off the extra with a paper towel.

Die cut some flower from blue Foamiran and added pollen to it. The sentiment is heat embossed with bright opaque white EP on a snippet of black strip and fussy cut it. Die cut a leave and added loose watercolor with Zig.

Now arranged the whole composition using a resin frame with pearls and all other embellishments. I applied some texture paste on all sides, heat and some other embellishments too,  heat embossed them. Placed the panel on a black cardboard. Added a chippie sentiment to finished it off.

Hoping you enjoyed this project!!!

Supply list:
Cardstocks: White CS 300gsm
Cardboard: Black
Foamiran: royal blue
Stencil: Mini Peacock Doily from TCW
Dies: Flowers set and Leaves set from Itsy Bitsy
Stamp: Here & Now stamp set from Itsy Bitsy
Embossing Texture Paste: Raspberry Cooler, Aquatini from Itsy Bitsy (Little Birdie)
Chalk Ink Pad: Plum from Itsy bitsy- set of 3 and silver pigment ink pad
Crackle medium: Two steps crackle medium from Itsy Bitsy
Hand Flowers: Pink, Elina Blush from Itsy Bitsy
Glitter Flies Party: from Itsy Bitsy
Buda &Pollen Bunch:  Blue from Itsy Bitsy
Embossing powder: Opaque bright white from WOW
Chippie Sentiment: from Mudra
Resin Embellishments: Frames from Eno Greetings
Zig Markers: Blue

Thursday, 10 May 2018

Card for a boy!

Hello to all!
Happy Thursday!

Making boys or man cards are always difficult for me but I am glad at last I got success! Lol
So Today I am showcasing a card for a plane lover who loves to travel always! I know, I know it is in red because he loves red!

I started by stamping the aeroplane image and fussy cut it. Stamped the rows of numbers on a white strip using pigment ink and quickly heat embossed it with clear EP for shine.
I paired the aeroplane image with the cute trail. Those cute sentiments labels are just perfect for a design describing some kind of movement, right!

I die cut my red card base using s running stitched rectangle and dry embossed the panel using a stencil, so fun! Die cut a double stitched circle one out of red CS and one from plaids. Placed all the elements as shown in the pic. That Little Man sentiment is from the same set.

Here is the inside view:

I had so much fun for making this cute project! Hope u all like it.

Supply list

Cardstocks: Apple Red, Peach color CS
Pattern Papers: Perfectly Plaid from Lawn Fawn and sentiment labels- Just landed from Kaisercraft
Stamps: Little Man for Kaisercraft and Numbers from Hampton Art PS0531
Stencil: Merry go round from Stamplorations
Dies: Crazy Double running stitch rectangle from Cutplorations; Dual stitched circles from Peekaboo Designs 
Archival ink: Jet black
Pigment Ink: Black Versacolor from Itsy Bitsy
Embossing Powder: clear EP from WOW
Glue stick, pop dots