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Friday, 20 April 2018

Ocean Friends!

Hello everyone!
Happy Friday!

Today I want to showcase a card for a friend inspired by a movie Jaws. Hope she will love it! This is a part of my DT post for Craftyscrappers.

 I started with my Splash stencil as a background creator. Using Ocean Waves shimmer Spray on the stencil, misted with some water too and quickly placed my inked stencil upside down on a snippet of Premium white CS.

Get the awesome monochrome marble effect of splashes, love it!!!

By stamping these adorable shark images from You are so Jaw-some stamp set on a vellum sheet and heat embossed in opaque bright white EP, fussy cut them.
 Die cut some inverted scalloped frames included some from white foam sheet to give some dimensions to my layers.

For the sentiment, I die cut Friend script out of a white foam sheet to make a good stack. Before I die cut my top layer, I added some sticky sheet to the paper. That way I added Sizzling Silver foil for the sentiment.

 I added  have a fin-tastic day sentiment from the same set in jet black.

Hoping you all enjoyed my Jaw-some Card today!!

Supply list
Cardstock: Premium white CS from Craftyscrappers; Heavyweight Whisper white CS
Vellum sheet
Stamp: You are so jaw-some from Craftyscrappers
Stencil: Splash from Craftyscrappers
Shimmer Spray: Ocean waves from Craftyscrappers
Foil: Sizzling Silver from Craftyscrappers
Dies: Friends script from Lawn Fawn;  Inverted Scalloped Stitched frames from Die cuts and more
Embossing Powder: Opaque Bright white from Wow
Archival ink: Jet Black
Pop dots

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges:

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Wild and Free Mixed Media Layout!

Hello everyone!
Today I want to share you my new project! This mixed media layout is all about Nature!

Spring has really arrived and with it comes to a new hope and a new beginning and this is what I created! The wild plants are coming to life, filled with flowers, grass, flies and butterflies! The nature is of their utmost beauty! I love these swan dual pic so much and admire their beauty in a romantic and free mood, enjoying the nature!
The color palette I tried to keep in the hues of pink, magenta to match with my dual pics!

I started with an old piece of white cardboard......just added a coat of gesso to it using a brush as I wanted some brush strokes to create the textures. And roughly arranged all the elements and click the pic. I mounted my swan pics on a pink PP.

I applied Grainy texture paste through the stencil and for Cattails I mixed the raspberry embossing paste in grainy texture paste and then applied through the stencil. I added a little water before spriting different sprays which made it easier to spread the colors. And applied more water and sprays to my background as I desired!

Noe lots of stencilling, watercoloring, stamping, spraying done according to the scene and transformed the cardboard into a life at pond scene with flower bed and greenery all around highlighting those wild swans has no fear and enjoying every moment at the arrival of  Spring season with wild and free! It was impossible to stop and around the photo appeared a whole flower bed and a lot of  greenery, wild vegetation, dies, MDF cutout chippies, metal charms, stickers, real husk!!!
It's a mystic world of nature!

Now some close ups:

On all those MDF cutout chippies, applied Gesso first, then sprayed and highlighted with tinted metallic paints.
Added MM stones and texture sand using gel medium, love the mystic result!

I recycled this broken metal charm and I adore these incredible color changes from Little Birdie Tinted Metallics!!!

I wanted to create a bold colorful look so I built a lot of layers under my photo using some vintage ephemera tags, stickers, chippies, dies and of course some splatters around this beautiful scene!

I placed the real husk under the layers!

Love the use of feathers too:) perfectly going!

Added some stamping too for more depth and textures. They also help to create multilayering!

To finish off my layout, I added those tiles which featuring the pic beautifully- Wild and free! 

Hope you all enjoyed this happy Spring view!!!

Supply list:
A piece of an old cardboard 12" X 12"
Pattern Paper: Pretty in pink from paper stack from Little Birdie
Stamps: Background clear stamp set- IBSP20518 and Here & Now stamp set from Itsy Bitsy
Die: Bijou Film strip from Poppystamps
Stencils: Stripes from TimHoltz; Cattails from Clearscraps
Sprays: Baby pink and Marsala from Papericious
Shimmer Spray: Bitter lemon from Craftyscrappers
Acrylic color: Deep Bril Purple-5 from Fevicryl
Gold Alcohol Splash: Gold Nugget from Itsy Bitsy (Little Birdie)
Gesso: from Sakura
Handmade flower sets: Elliana Blush, Caila Celeste, Tie Dye Pearl Gypsies Celeste and Blush from Itsy Bitsy( little Birdie)
Flies: Glitter Flies Party from Itsy Bitsy (little Birdie)
Grainy Texture paste: from Little Birdie
Embossing Texture Paste: Raspberry cooler From Little Birdie
Tinted Metallic Paint: Firebrick, Caribbean Teal, Lime crush from Little Birdie
Acrylic soft Gem medium: Little Birdie
Mixed Media Stones: from Little Birdie
Texture sand: from Little Birdie
Chipboards: Captivating Vine and grass from Little Birdie and Special moments text from my stash
3D Stickers: Eno card and Stationery
SB sticker Ephemera tags: Porta craft from Itsy Bitsy 
Pink feathers from my stash

Would love to enter my project into the following challenges:
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Monday, 9 April 2018

All occasional foiled floral card!

Hello everyone!
Happy Monday!

Today I want to share 2 cards once again using embossing folders!

I am continuing experiment with embossing folders and foiling technique! It's a great way to stretch your products and get new looks.

Card 1

I applied Brusho crystals into the valleys of my embossing folder and spritzed it with water. I put a panel of white CS in the folder and ran through my die cut machine for dry embossing.

After removing it, the raised areas appeared so beautifully with the ink in the valleys. 
I then applied my simple glue stick on the raised areas and some of the valley places too.

Voila, got the awesome result with such in an inexpensive way!!!
Added some text stamping using blue Zig brush.
Now made a stack of a Bold word awesome, 3 times out of white CS and one from my foiled silver sheet which I already applied to a white CS using bonding glue from Wow.
I randomly applied my Zig brushes randomly and die cut some leaves. Die cut a butterfly. Now adhered them all with a sheen gorgeous ribbon as shown in the above pic. For embellishment, I added a butterfly pin, some silver colored half pearls and one enamel heart on the butterfly.

Card 2

On this card, I replaced the butterfly pin with my handmade foam flower and at the edges of the flower applied glitter glue! That's all!

Hope you like both the variations!

Supply List:
Cardstocks: White CS and golden orange glitter sheet
Foamarian sheet: Blue color sheet from I Craft
Embossing Folder: Rose from Crafts-Too
Stamp: Text from Prima item # 563134
Dies: Sentiment-Awesome from Stamplorations( Cutplorations); Leaves and Flowers from Itsy Bitsy; Butterfly duet from Paper Smooches
Embossing Powder: Bonding powder from Wow
Foil: Sizzling silver from Crafyscrappers
Glue stick: Scotch
Zig clean Clear Real Brush set of 12
Brusho: Cobalt Blue
Glitter glue: Studio G
Butterfly pin: Won as a prize
Half silver pearls, enamel heart and shimmery ribbon from my stash

Would love to enter in the following challenges: In this creations I added two identical elements, teal and tomato color, Butterfly and the butterfly pin I added I won in your prize package last 3 years back:)P

Friday, 6 April 2018

Blooms and Grow

Hello to all!
Happy Friday!

I found a new technique playing with Brusho watercolor crystals and stamping with embossing folder! I am casing such Gorgeous card of Samra

Started with Brusho watercolor crystals spreading on an embossing folder as shown in the pic below.

I sprinkled blue crystals and spritzed it with a water mist bottle and keep my white watercolored sheet panel on the recessed side of my folder. Then closed the folder and pressed for a few seconds.

See the results it made the color bloom and spread into the grooves, how beautifully it came out! Die cut this panel using Crazy double running stitch rectangles.

Now on a watrcolored sheet, I stamped my rose flower and heat embossed it with Bonding powder. Quickly and gently pressed my silver foil with my finger.

Then painted them with my Zig Brushes I dampened with water. Let them dry, added more paint and dried again. Fussy cut it.

On a blue strip, I heat embossed the sentiment and again added silver foil on it. Now adhered it on a blue stitched panel and then on a white card base. In the end, mounted my stamped rose flower using foam pads with a twine bow and adhered the sentiment strip too. Finished it off with some sequins and splatters!
Here is the inside message in the dual shades of blue using Zigs.

I really enjoyed trying out a new technique always!

Supply list:
Cardstocks: White CS, watercolor sheet
Embossing Folder: Rose from Crafts-too
Stamps: True Romance from Kaisercraft; Sweet spring wishes from Stamplorations, Lotus love from Stamplorations
Die: Crazy Double running stitch Rectangles from Cutplorations
Embossing Powder: Bonding powder from Wow
Brusho: Cobalt Blue
Foil: Sizzling silver from Craftyscrappers
Zig clean clear Real Brush set of 12
Sequins: Craftyscrappers
Double shade twine and foam dots from my stash

Would love to share my card in the following challenges:

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Grows with love and care!

Hello crafty peeps!
Happy Thursday!

I love to use word dies for my card and this large word Believe is so perfect for this beautiful theme!
I've created a card using a mix-up of new and older Winnie &Walter products. I am inspired by the bright rainbow colors of these bottles with transparency! Here is my take on this theme!

I started with a ton of die cut word believe in different colors and one from PP! Made a stack leaving a slight shadow to the left or right with the next color. Keep stacking shifting until I got the desired rainbow effect!

After that, I just created colorful love heart stems and thought they would make a perfect backdrop for my sentiment- grows with love and care!

Added some White Bizzard Nuvo glitter drops for the transparency and dimension over the top of hearts and few drops here & there.
Placed this panel on a textured white card base having another stitched die cut panel in bottle green.

I always try to do new things differently and Hope you like this labour of love!

Supply list:

Cardstocks: Textured white CS and snippets of red, raspberry, orange, mango yellow, Light & dark green, Sky blue &dark blue and mauve shades CS
Pattern Paper: One One Factory- wrapping paper book
Stamps: Sentiment from Kindness with Evelin T Designs set and tiny Heart from Leave it to Dad stamp set from Winnie&Walter; Stems from Jags stamp set
Dies: Word Believe Cutaway from W&W; Crazy double running stitch rectangles from Stamplorations (Cutplorations)
Archival ink: Jet Black
Ultimate Pigment Inks: Versacolor Royal blue, Lagoon Blue, Lime, Green, Opera Pink, Canary, 3 shades chalk ink pad from Itsy Bitsy; Neon blue, neon green and neon orange from Tsukineko
Nuvo drops: White Bizard Glitter drops

I am glad to join more fun challenges on the same Rainbow color scheme and hearts!  - I used minium of 3 shades here and My heart grows in this spring garden with all love n care! My fav technique to create a rainbow color scheme! inspired by all the bright colors
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