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Sunday, 19 November 2017

Many thanks


Hi!
Another card I made for the current Sketch challenge at MFT.

Here's my card 


Method:

I took a 3"x3" white card panel. Scored it at 1/4" from all four sides. 
Stamped the leaf images in the background using various green inks. 
Adhered a die-cut (branch) made using the stitched snowdrift die. 
Stamped various leaves around the branch in various green inks. 
Mounted this panel on a Card base using foam adhesive. 


Stamped the leaf images from MFT Geometric greenery. 
Coloured them using Zig clean markers and Aqua brush. 
Stamped the sentiment and mounted it on the card using foam adhesive. 
Mounted the images on the card using foam adhesives. 
Lastly, added few enamel dots to complete the card. 
   

Thank you for dropping by.


Linking this to the following challenges

pinkandmainchallenge - Gratitude


You Hog my heart

Hi!
I am sharing a card made for the current MFT Sketch challenge. 



Here's my card.

Method:
I die-cut a square frame using MFT Dots & Stripes Sorbet paper pack. 
On a white Card base, I placed the frame and distressed the inside of the frame using blue DI.
Adhered the frame using foam adhesive.
Stamped the images from the MFT Hog Heaven set.
Coloured them using Zig clean brush markers and fussy cut them. Arranged and mounted the images on the frame.
 Distressed a strip of paper using green DI. Stamped the sentiment.
Die-cut this strip using MFT stitched snowdrift die and mounted it on the card.
Lastly added few enamel dots to complete the card.

Few more pictures






Thank you for dropping by.


Linking this to the following challenges







Friday, 17 November 2017

Fishing for you

Hello friends!
I have three cards on my blog today, made using a single stamp set. 

This stamp set is named as "Fish for the star" and I take great pride in saying that I designed this stamp for Craftyscrappers
Thank you, Konica for trusting me and doing this for me.

Here is a picture of the stamp set


A preview of all the three cards I made using this set.


For all the cards I stamped the images with Archival ink on a watercolour paper (Canson Montval 300gsm). Coloured them with Zig clean brushes and an Aqua pen. Fussy cut them and kept them ready to be mounted.
On white card panels, I masked and distressed the water effect on all cards. 
For cards 1 & 2, I cut the wave effect on pieces of scrap paper. Masked the white panel using this paper as a stencil and distressed it using Blue distress inks. For card 3, I used the negative of a circle die-cut and distressed through the circle. Spritzed water over the distressed portion and wiped it off with a tissue. 
Stamped the sentiments in place on all the panels and mounted them on a Teal coloured card base each. 
Arranged the fussy-cut images to create a scene and adhered them on the distressed part using liquid glue and foam adhesive alternately. I adhered the background images such as the weeds with liquid glue and the fishes using foam adhesive to make it look raised. 
 Lastly, added the white bubbles using white pigment ink.

A look at all the cards individually-

CARD 1

CARD 2



CARD 3



 I thoroughly enjoyed making these cards. Aren't they cute?
Which one did u like the most? 

Thank you for dropping by. 
Do leave your amazing, motivational feedback in the comments below.  
I love reading them through.


Linking my cards to the following challenges -






Monday, 6 November 2017

Around the world

Hi friends!

A new card for the ilovemath challenge by Crafty Milka. 
Theme for the challenge is number 7 - Use number 7 or7 something.
I am in love with this theme and can keep on making cards for it. 

Here's my card for today


For this card I took a print of the 7 continents. Coloured them and fussy cut the outline. On a white card panel, I printed the sentiment. Adhered the fussy-cut image on the card panel. Mounted this on a green side-folding card with foam adhesive.
  

That's all for today!
Thank you for stopping by my blog.

Participating in the following challenges


Vintage card

Hi!
I am herewith an inspiration card for the new challenge at Rainbowcraftykari blog. 
The challenge theme for this month is Vintage.


This month's challenge is in collaboration with Paruscardmakingchallenge
Do check out all the inspirations at both the blogs.

Here's my card of the same!


I took a beige coloured card and stamped it with script stamps and brown pigment ink. Distressed the edges with Scattered straw DI. Took a paper from an old book, tore it, distressed the edges and adhered it to the card. Mounted this card on a kraft card base using foam adhesive. Next, I adhered a strip of jute with lace. Added few elements such as a doily, few floral die cuts and flowers to the card. Did some stamping and doodling to add effect to the card. Lastly added the sentiment to complete the card. 

 

Hope you like my card!
Looking forward to your participation in the challenge.

Participating in the following challenges -

Thursday, 2 November 2017

Xmas is coming

Hi!
It is time for the new challenge for the month of November at Craft Rocket challenge blog. Theme for this month is "Xmas is coming"

Here's my DT inspiration for the same.



I began with some Christmas Digis. Printed them on a white card. Coloured them with my pencil colours and fussy cut them. On a white card panel, I distress one corner using Wild honey DI to create the Glow effect. Arranged and mounted the fussy-cut images on the Halo created. Mounted this card panel on a Card base using foam adhesive. Lastly, added a sentiment to complete the card.



Hope you like my card.
Looking forward to your participation in the challenge.

Linking to the following challenge

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Winter time

Hi!
A new challenge begins today at Fabrika Fantasy challenge blog.
Theme for this month is "Wintertime"

Here is my DT project for the same.


The image I have used is Christmas Fairy. Check this image at the store here.

I printed the Digi on a white CS. 
Coloured the Digi with my pencil colours. 
Stamped the sentiment. 
Mounted the card panel on a white card base. 
Added few star sequins to create a magical effect.


Thank you for stopping by. 

Waiting to see your creations for this month.






Just for you

Hello, Crafters!!
Today begins a new Challenge at A Perfect time to Craft challenge blog.

Theme is always "Anything goes"
Come along and join in the challenge!!

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Here is my DT inspiration for the same.
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The digi I have used for my project is the "Mouse and Hedgehog". 
Here's a link to the image.

I coloured the Digi with pencil colours. Cut a square of the image. On a yellow card base I layered a doily and few more colourful CS. I also adhered a lace on it. Layered my image square over it all. Added few flowers around the card. Lastly, added a sentiment to complete it.

Thank you for dropping by....

Hop over the blog to check out the inspiration by my other DT friends. 

And Do not forget to participate in the challenge.




Tuesday, 31 October 2017

On my list

Hello!
Earlier I posted a card I made for "I love Math challenge" 

Here is another card for the same challenge # 7.
The theme of the challenge is Number 7 - Use No. 7 or 7 something!


My card here showcases the 7 wonders of the world. 
(There has been a lot of variations in the listing of the 7 wonders. I took 7 of the one I knew about to make my card.)

My list of 7 wonders include - 
  • Big Ben - Westminster, London  
  • Christ the Redeemer - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
  • Taj Mahal - Agra, India  
  • The leaning tower of Pisa - Pisa, Italy.
  • Eiffel Tower - Paris, France.
  • Statue of Liberty - New York, USA.
  • The Colosseum - Rome, Italy.
Recipe of my card -
I printed the downloadable sketches of the 7 wonders and fussy cut them all. 
On a white card measuring 8.25" x 3.25", I arranged and printed the sentiment. 
I arranged all the images on the card. 
I adhered some images directly on the card, and few in between ones using foam adhesive. 
I adhered the images half-way over the card and trimmed the extra edges hanging over the card. 
Lastly, mounted the card on a black Card base. 

Few more pictures


Linking this project to the following challenges
I Love Math challenge # 7
casology - list