Wednesday, 28 March 2018

It's your day!

Hi everyone!
I am sharing this birthday card today!

Details of the process -

This is a little unusual for me, I normally make 4x6" cards. It is for the first time that I am making a 5x7 card. 
I took this pattern paper from the Papericious Azelian paper pack. Die-cut the edge using Stitched scalloped edge die from MFT and an oval shape in the centre using Itsy Bitsy stitched oval dies. Adhered an acetate to the panel. 
I took the Papericious Bright yellow cardstock to make the card base. 
Added some gold sequins and mounted the die-cut panel over this using foam adhesive. The basic shaker card was ready. Now onto some decorations. 
For the images, I am using the newly released "Birthday Kids" stamp set by Pink&Main.Stamped the images on a watercolour paper, coloured with zig markers and fussy cut them all. 
Mounted the images on the card using foam adhesive. 
Added the sentiment to the bottom of the card. 
Lastly, added glossy accents to some parts of the images to create some effects. 

Few more clicks :)

List of supplies used
Bright yellow cardstock - Papericious
Yellow Pattern paper from Azelian paper pack - Papericious
Stitched scalloped edge die - MFT
Stitched oval die - Itsy Bitsy
Stamp set - Pink&Main

 Thank you for stopping by!

I am playing along with the following challenges
Papericious monthly challenge - Birthday

Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Happy Easter - Bunny trio

I am sharing my DT post for Craftin Desert Divas here.

My card!

On a white card, I created the background my card, by masking and blending Twisted citron and Squeezed lemonade distress inks. Using the Blooming tree stencil, I added the tree effects to the top sides. Using various green distress inks I created the grass effect and added few flowers using the red and pink inks. 
I have used the Bunny Trio digital image for my card. I coloured the digi with zig markers and fussy cut the image. Mounted this on the panel using foam adhesive. Adhered the whole panel to the card base using foam adhesive. Added the sentiment to the card. Lastly added few crystal Nuvo drops to the card to create some effect and covered the florals and bows on the image with glossy accents. 

Few more pictures

Products used from the CDD store

Bunny Trio digital image

Thank you!

Sunday, 25 March 2018

Hello friend!

Hi!  Today I am sharing a card I made for the current Colour combo challenge over at Winnie & Walter blog.

I recently saw this beautiful word stacked card on Pinterest. 
My card is inspired by that card.

I have used the "Friend" cutaway to make this CAS card. 
I made this card using only the 1/3rd of the available space and keeping the rest blank.
(As mentioned in my earlier post, this is another card I made with this concept)

 Here's a look at my card!

I began by die-cutting the word in various colours. 
I arranged them in rainbow order and stacked them over one another off-setting each with a fine edge. 
After stacking all the layers, I adhered the sentiment on a card panel. 
Stamped the "Hello" sentiment. 
Stamped, Coloured and fussy cut the bird. Mounted it on the word. 
Foam mounted this panel on a 4x6 white card base to complete my card!

Few more pictures!

 Thank you!

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Saturday, 24 March 2018

Happy Day!

Hello friends!

I have recently been obsessed with the idea of using only 1/3rd of your card space while making CAS cards. I made a couple of cards on this concept. 

Today I am sharing one such card.
Here's a look at my card.

I have used a digi from Craftin Desert Divas for my card. 
This digi is called as Beach Party.

I printed the digi on a watercolour paper. Coloured it with Zig markers and fussy cut the image. On a white card base, I distressed the bottom portion using yellow DI and blue DI to create the background for the card. I cut the digi by seperating the bear and the umbrella. I adhered the umbrella directly on the card and layered the bear using foam adhesive. Stamped the sentiment from the "Picture that" stamp set. Added few details using a black gel pen. 

Few more close-ups!

That's all for today!
I will soon be sharing my other cards on the ssame concept.

I would love to read your feedback!

Linking my project to the folllowing challenges

Thursday, 22 March 2018

One layer cards!

Hello friends!
Hope you are all doing good!
I made a couple of OLC cards yesterday. I am not very confident in making One layer cards. But the moment I saw the challenge cue for "Simplylessismore" I decided to give it a try and made 2 cards. 

Here's my first card. 
It is made using Supplies from Craftyscrappers! 

I have used the mini Butterfly stencil and distressed it with rainbow colours. 
Stamped the sentiment with Versafine onyx black to complete my card!

For my second card, I have used the supplies from Mudra stamps. 

I used the floral stencil with distress inks to create the background and later stamped the sentiment with Versafine onyx black ink.

Linking this to
Simplylessismore - OLC

Thank you for stopping by!

Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Buzzing by (Craftyscrappers)

I am back again to showcase the newly released Buzzing by to say hi stamp set by Craftscrappers.
I have a pictorial of three cards using this stamp set. 

P.s. A picture heavy post

The final look of my cards!

I began by stamping all these images from the stamp set on a watercolour paper using Archival ink. Coloured them using Zig markers and Aqua pen and fussy cut them all. 

For the first card, I took a 4"x4" white card. Masked and distressed it alternatively using green and blue distress inks.  Arranged the elements in place and stamped the sentiment and other details using Versafine ink. Adhered all the flowers using liquid adhesive. Using various green coloured distress inks, I created the grass effect in between the flowers. 

 Trimmed and mounted this panel on a side fold card base using foam adhesive. Lastly mounted the Bee using foam adhesive to give it a pop.

 Lastly, added glossy accents to the bee and the flowers. 

Final picture!

I used the hexagon shapes from the stamp set and created a pattern on a white 4"x4" white card.

 Stamped the crown shape and using liquid adhesive added glitter to it. Fussy cut and adhered this to the bee image. 

Stamped the sentiment on this panel. Trimmed and Mounted this panel on a 4x4 notecard using foam adhesive. 

Arranged the images and adhered them in different layers to create some interest. 

Lastly, added some enamel dots to complete my card. 

Final image!

I had few of the coloured images remaining, so I thought of making a bonus card!

I made a card using a ready-to-use shaker card pack.
I lightly traced the placement of the shaker windows on the card base and distressed that portion using distress inks. I adhered two bees and two flowers on the distressed parts using liquid adhesive. Mounted the foam layer over this, followed by the acetate and the top layer. Before adhering the top layer, I stamped the sentiment and other details using Versafine ink. After adhering this top layer, I added the bee using foam adhesive. LAslty, cover the bee with glossy accents to complete my card. 

That's all from my end! 
Hope you enjoyed my pictorial. Do leave some love in the comments below.

Stamp set used from Craftyscrappers -

Linking my cards to the following challenges
CAS mix up (My Bonus card fits this challenge)