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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Owly Thanks

Hi!
I have a quick shaker card here today. 

I made this card for the MFT sketch challenge#345. 
Sketch Challenge 345 #mftstamps


For my card
I stamped the sentiment "Many Thanks" from the Geometric Greenery stamp set by MFT along the fold of the card, multiple times (horizontally). 
Die-cut a circleular ring for the shaker using circle DCAM dies. Added acetate sheet at the back and foam mounted the window over shaker elements. 



Stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set. 
Stamped, coloured and fussy cut the Owl from the "I am Owl yours" stamp set from MFT. Also stamped and fussy cut the arrow. 
Mounted the Owl and the arrow with foam adhesive. 


Thank you for droppping by my blog.


Linking it to the 

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Jungle Birthday Party

Hi, Peeps!
I have a very special project today on my blog. 
A (shadow) box card depicting a Jungle Birthday party. A Perfect gift for any child. 

Let us first see the project.





I began with making a shadow box with a cardstock. I have a tutorial here, for making the shadow box right from scratch. 
I stamped the animal/cake/cap images with the "Stacking Animals" set from Simon Says stamp, Hippo from the "Hippo Birdie - Year Four" by Lawn Fawn, Cake from "Elphie Selfie" from LanFawn and Monkey/birthday cap from Craftyscrappers. 

(How many animals could you find...?? :-D)

Coloured all the images and fussy cut them. 





Die-cut the grass strips from "Grassy border" die from Lawn Fawn. Stamped the sentiment from "Magical Birthday" stamp set of Simon says stamp on a grass die-cut. Die-cut some leaves, butterflies and a bird-house. 


Arranged and mounted all the elements on the shadow box created a Jungle scene. For the top, I cut few strips of paper to make a banner and wrote"PARTY" on it. 
Filled in all the gaps with flowers from my stash. 




Check this video



Friends, I know the post has a lot of pictures... I wanted to capture the entire feel of the Jungle scene..though I was still not happy with the effect :(

Any inputs and your valuable feedbacks are welcome.

Thank you for dropping by my blog!

Linking this project to
trimmiescraftchallenges - Anything goes

Friday, 4 August 2017

Anything goes - FF

Helloo..!!
The August challenge began today at Fabrika Fantasy challenge blog.
Theme for this month is "Anything goes"

Check out the fabulous DT inspirations at the blog.
Here is my DT inspiration for this theme.



For this card, I took 2 prints of the same image (One regular and one mirror image) Coloured the digis and fussy cut them. I coloured a white card panel with blue and green distress inks and die-cut it using rectangular stitched die. On a brown CS adhered the die-cut with two strips of washi under it. Mounted the digis on the card using foam adhesives. Added few heart die-cuts. Lastly added a sentiment to complete the card.



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Thank you

Entering in the following challenge 

Beautiful 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.




The digi I have used for my project is the "Bo Bubbles". Here's a link to the image.

I coloured the Digi with some pencil colours and die-cut it with a rectangle die. Matted the digi with blue and yellow coloured paper. 
On a white shimmery card base, I stuck washi tapes on the top and bottom in a colour sequence (Yellow and Blue)
Mounted the matted digi on the base CS. 
Stamped and cut the sentiment and foam mounted it on the card. 
Lastly added two die-cut hearts to add some element. 

Few more pictures





Thank you for dropping by..

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

And Do not forget to participate in the challenge.




Linking the card with
Fusion card challenge (The pastels inspired me)

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Pop-up box card

Hello, Everyone! 
Today begins a New challenge at the Craft Rocket challenge blog.

As my DT inspiration I made a Pop-up box card.


For the card, I took a paper of size 14" x 8"


Scored it to make parts of 2.375", 3", 2.375", 3" and 1/2"(Adhesive line). Score horizontally into half. 


Cut one-half part of the adhesive part.


Cut each part separate (on the side where the adhesive part is cut)


For the inner layers, cut 2 strips of 3" length and 1" width, with 1/2" adhesive margin on either side.
Stick it on the smaller sides of the box.  Stick one more layer in the same manner. Assemble / Stick the box closed. Also, stick the two layers to the other side.



Stamp and colour the animals, balloons, gifts, cake and fussy cut or die-cut them. Die-cut grass. Assemble all elements on the inner layers to create interest. 
Here is the final outcome.


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Hop over the blog to check other DT inspirations.

Colourful thanks

Hello!!
A New card on my blog today using the Lawn Fawn Elphie Selfie stamp set.

Here's a look at the card.





For the card
I took a 1 1/2" strip of a paper from the Lawn Fawn Perfectly plaid paper stack. 
Marked the position of the strip on a white card panel with a pencil. 
I then stamped the sentiment "thank you" with various Lawn Fawn inks (Plastic Flamingo, Carrot, Merman, Peacock) and Versa color green pigment inkalong the lines. Adhered the pattern paper strip on the marked lines. 
Stamped, coloured and fussy cut the Elephant (from Lawn Fawn Elphie Selfie set) and the balloons (from the Hippo birthday set). 
Arranged and stuck the balloons overlapping each other. Adhered the balloons to the elephant trunk. 
Mounted this completely with foam adhesive on the card. Covered the balloons with glossy accents to give them a shiny look.
Stamped and heat embossed the sentiment on a black CS and mounted it with foam adhesive. 

Few more pics of the card.




Thank you for dropping by my blog.

Would love to hear from you.


Linking this card to the following challenges