Thursday, 29 September 2016

I Love....layout!!

Hi all,

September is ending and soon we all will jump in October with festivals, their preparations,school vacation and lot of meeting up with frens,families and relatives.But before all that busy schedule starts,I wanted to say small thanks to my all time mentor and biggest supporter, that person who made me realize my potentials..i would have dreamt crafts all my life,he is the one who made it reality for me..he is none other than my husband. Thanks Abhinav for giving me such a beautiful life,i feel so blessed to live my dreams.

Each day either i create something or teaching my students creating beautiful crafty projects. Abhinav keep asking when will I make something for him.So this one for u....my inspiration is from Lulupu blog mood board. The moment i saw the mood board,i was super excited...everything in the board was so pretty and inspirational. Here is my interpretation of the board....my layout


Also Attaching pic of the mood board by Lulupu blog



some close ups of the layout






Products Used
White cardstock,Gold and white embossing powder, Dienamics cycle die, The crafters workshop stencil Be in love, Lindy sprays flat pabeo Raspberry lemonade and Orange creamsickle, Spellbinders Timeless rectangles die, AveryElle I love you sentiment,handmade flowers and balloons, Sizzix Flower die,heart stamp and clip from my stash,enamel dots,Beehive chipboard, watercolors,Metal embellishment,Black archival ink for stamping,pattern paper and Vintage photo distress ink.

Instructions:  
I have distressed the white 12*12 card stock and given it rough torn look.After that I did partial stencil work with white embossing powder and partial with gold one. After heat set have sprayed lindys sprays.The feathers are hand cut and heat embossed.Flowers are also handmade with sizzix diecuts. Ballons are hand drawn and painted.
 After everything is ready i have attached all to the layout with the help of clear glue..The photo is detachable with the help of wooden clip.

I simply loved the making..hope u enjoyed it too.If u have any queries regarding the same pls leave a comment below ,will resolve that at the earliest .Thanks for stopping by.Have a good day!!

I am attaching this layout to following challenges:



Thursday, 22 September 2016

Baby shower shaker card



Hi everyone,
Few days back i posted a shaker card,one of my acquaintances liked it so much that they wanted me to recreate a shaker card  but this time theme is baby shower...So today i made one,picture attached below.I will also be sharing instructions on how to make one and list of supplies used.

P.S: This card makes me feel so good and proud ,i have used  MADE In INDIA  dies,stamps and even the patterned paper.Read more to check these Awesome Indian brands.So lets start....




Instructions
I have taken a grey cardstock as my base card. The pattern paper is from Papericious Pattern collection . The round die cuts are done on golden cardstock and the die is from Peek A Boo Designs.
The stamped images are from stamp set from Peek a boo again which have been heat embossed with gold embossing powder. on white cardstock .Attached a golden ribbon to add little more of shine along with the gold cardstock and gold sequins used in the card.Have attached transparent sheet with glossy accents in between the die cuts to create the shaker effect.

Supplies Used
1. Cardstock - Grey,white and gold
2. Pattern paper from Papericious Pattern collection
3. Scalloped Circle Die from Peek A Boo Designs
4. Bundle of Joy Stamp set from Peek A Boo Designs
5.Gold mixed sequins,Gold ribbon from my stash
6.Transparent sheet
7.Glossy accents
8. Ranger Gold embossing powder
9.Heat tool and Big shot machine

Hope u have enjoyed this very "Indian" sparky, shiny, shaker card.Thanks for visiting the blog.Do leave some love in the form of comments below.See u soon with another new inspiration.

This card i am linking to following challenges:







Wednesday, 14 September 2016

SMILE...alwayzzz!!!

Hello everyone,

Amidst all bandhs,curfews,fear,panic,confusions in Bangalore ,everything topped with more of rumors and less of real conditions, only thing i can think right now is one very special word "SMILE". I am part of Bangalore for last 10 ten years,today with this post I only want everyone to spread love,happiness and YES most importantly smiles all over...We all belong to one mother EARTH, lets not fight anymore.

I want to spread this message with this card i have made.Below I am also adding the instructions along with the supplies used for this card.

Instructions :
I took white card stock and placed Victorian arch die in the half circle and passed it through the Big shot machine.Again i placed the same die now in the rest of the semi circle and passed it through Big shot.Now I have a full Die cut circle.For base card i have taken Pink color metallic card stock. 

For flower,I stamped the Heartfelt stamp on the white card stock with Archival ink Jet black and then hand painted them with my Zig colors.After that took the die cut of the flower and the leaves.I have done some shaping of the flower on the molding mat with a ball tool and arranged the flower with the help of Tacky glue.In the middle of the flower have sprinkled some micro beads with the help of clear adhesive.Attaching a closer look.


Arranged everything on the card as shown in the pic and attached SMILE sentiment which is a beautiful die cut on pink organza ribbon.

Supplies used :
1. White and pink card stock
2. Spellbinders Victorian Arch Die
3. Heartfelt Striped Sun kissed stamp and coordinating Die Set
4.Archival ink Jet black
5. Zig clean color markers
6. Pink Organza ribbon
7.Penny Black dies love smile cursive
8. Aleen's tacky Glue
9. Sizzix Big shot machine
10.Molding mat and ball tool
11. Micro grey beads

I really enjoyed making this one.Hope u have enjoyed the making too.
Thanks for stopping by. Pls leave some love below in the comments.

I am entering this card to following challenges: