Sunday, 15 October 2017

Christmas card with Frosted Begonia & Ostrich Fern

Hello Friends !!!!!

Christmas month is approaching so do the festive feel. Here in India the festivals already started with Diwali approaching.Its such a great energy, fun and bonding that these festivals bring in ,i created a  Christmas card with frosted begonia & Ostrich Fern.
Elizabeth Craft Designs comes up with amazing collection of dies ,you can check it out here
Here's the card...
I created a crackled wooden background using acrylic paints and arranged my flowers and ferns against a clock MDF cutout.
I newly launched GN Ostrich Fern compliments the flowers so perfectly and its one of my favorite die. On the edges of the Berry branch i used red 3 d paint.
Some more closeups.  



Hope you like my post for today 

Hugs
Pavitra 

Supplies used
ECD - 

Other Supplies
Red Cardstock
Iris Paper
White Glue
Red 3D paint
Archival ink - Carnation Red, olive green 
Frosting powder.
Color box ink - red barn
Brown Paint

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Wishing you a colorful day + Susan's Garden Designer Challenge

Hello Lovely people there!!!

Its time for another Susan's Garden Designer challenge at Elizabeth Craft Design blog.The theme for this month is- Fairies at the bottom of the Garden , details you can find out here.

I created a cute fairy card as DT for the same check it out here.....
Here is how i created this card.
Cut kraft Cardstock 15 x 5-1/2 , score at 7-1/2 and fold. Cut White cardstock 7-1/4 x 5-1/4 and place on top of kraft cardstock with 3D foam tape.
Die cut Soft Finished Cardstock using GN Fairy - Tiger Lilly die
Die cut Brown cardstock using fence die from CounrtyScapes Nantucket Arbor & Picket Fence set .
Also Die cut brown cardstock with CounrtyScapes - Woods 3 Wheelbarrow & Leaves die set.
Ink the fence die cut with archival ink sepia and distress oxide vintage photo.
Ink the wheelbarrow with distress ink walnut stain and faber castell white pen.
Ink the fairy with watercolors and use petals to create shirt.
Arrange the fence and wheelbarrow as shown.
Ink the Wheel barrow leaves with distress ink - peeled paint , mustard yellow , aged mahogany and arrange as shown.
Place the Fairy on the card base as shown,
Die cut Brown cardstock using Berry Branch die.Arrange the branches as shown .(optional use 3d red paint on the berry branches).
Stamp the sentiment .

For today's challenge Elizabeth Craft Designs are giving away a $20 Gift Card to use on the Elizabeth Craft Designs website to 3 winners. 

To enter simply leave a comment on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post and tell us If you had your own fairy, what would be 3 products on your crafting wishlist?

We will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing 

The winners will be announced on Friday, October 13th, on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.


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Hope you like my work for today.

Hugs 
Pavitra

ECD Supplies Used

Other Supplies Used

Kraft Cardstock
Brown cardstock
Distress ink 
Archival ink
3D foam tape
3D red paint


Saturday, 30 September 2017

Table Calendar + Flowers from Susan's Garden

Hello My Dear Friends

Welcome back to my blog , its the starting of  celebration time with various festivals and wedding season from where i am posting. 
To celebrate this festive mood, I created a Table calendar with various flowers from Susan's Garden.
And here it is.....
Isn't it gorgeous ,just a look at these flowers can fills up happiness and energy to our day. I created the calendar base from scratch with chipboard and covered it up with canvas.
Next gave it a coat of gesso and colored it with some sprays.
Adorned it with Sunflowers and dahlias from Susan garden. To add colors i also used Berry Branches ,leaves from GN Hydrangea 2 and Woodland Leaves.
 Some more closeups.



Thank you for visiting

Hugs
Pavitra

Supplies used
ECD
GN - Sunflower  2
GN - Dahlia 
Berry Branch
Woodland Leaves
GN Hydrangea 2

Stage it Stencil - Paisley
Soft Finished Cardstock
Susan's Tools
Leaf Pad
Molding Pad


Other Supplies
Archival inks
Lindy Sprays
Inka Gold
3D Paint
Clear Embossing powder
Versamark ink
Glass Glitter
Chipboard
Canvas
Gesso
Wooden Clip

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Picture Canvas + Susan's Garden Designer Challenge

Hello Lovely people there !!!!

A new day and a lovely picture canvas i have today for you guys which i created for Susan Garden Designer Challenge, you can find out the details here.
 I love to adore the wall of my house with family pictures, which goes well with the theme of this month - Home Decor project Using Susan's dies.

Have a look!!!

Here is how i created this canvas 

Apply a thin coat of white gesso on the canvas.
Paint the MDF cut out with blue acrylic color and sprinkle frosting powder randomly.Heat set with heat gun.

Tear a corrugated sheet roughly and color with spray and distress ink vintage walnut.
 Tear pattern paper as shown in the pic and distress the edges. Apply a thin coat of clear gesso.
 Paste the pattern paper on the canvas with Kids Choice Glue.
 Sencil the canvas with texture paste using Stage it Stencil - Paisley
 Color the canvas with blue, purple and yellow color sprays.
 Arrange the corrugated sheet and MDF cut out as shown in the pic.
 Die cut a rectangle frame using Stitched Rectangles Die, Color with blue acrylic color splatter white gesso on top of it.
Die cut Soft Finished Cardstock with Garden Notes Dahlia and Garden Notes lily - 2 .Ink the flowers and petal with distress inks.
Shape the flowers and leaves using Susan's tools , Molding pad and Leaf Pad.
Arrange the flowers as shown .
Some more closeups 




For our Challenge today Elizabeth Craft Designs are giving away a $20 Gift Card to use on the Elizabeth Craft Designs website to 3 winners. 
To enter, simply leave a comment on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog post and answer this question: What Home Decor items do you like to create to use in your home?
We will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing.
The winners will be announced on Friday, September 15th, on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.


Thank you for visiting my blog

see you soon 
Hugs
Pavitra


List of Supplies Used

ECD

Other Supplies
White Gesso
Texture Paste
Blue acrylic color
Frosting powder
Distress inks
Sprays
Clear Gesso
MDF
Corrugated sheet

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Tea Light Box

 Hi Everyone

For today i have a Tea Light box created out of thick cardstock and adorned beautifully with Day Lily from Susan's Garden. Susan's Dies are so easy to work with and creating gorgeous flowers becomes simply effortless.
Have a Look on today's project !!!!
Created the box with thick black cardstock and covered it with pattern paper. Inked the Flower Lace 1 die cut with distress inks and layered it on top part. 

 For the flowers die cut the Soft Finished cardstock with GN Day Lily , ink with archival inks and shaped using Susan's Tools , embossing pad and leaf pad.

Thanks 

Hugs
Pavitra

ECD Supplies Used - 


Other Supplies
Black cardstock
Pattern Paper
distress inks 
Archival inks
pollens


Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Shaker Window Card + Susan's Garden Designer Challenge

Hello Lovely people there !!!!
A new challenge for Susan's Garden Designer Challenge is up on the ECD blog and for this month the theme is ''Home is where the Heart is'' 
you can find out the details here 

I  created a window shaker card adorned with beautiful Alstroemeria Flowers. This is my first shaker card and i m really happy with the outcome.
Here's the card !!!
This is how i created this card

Cut white cardstock 6-1/2 x 8-1/2. 
 Cut two pieces of pattern paper  6 x 8 and 5-1/2 x 7-1/2 distress the edges with distressing tool.
Paste pattern paper 6 x 8 on white cardstock with Double sided adhesive tape. 
 Layer pattern paper 5-1/2 x 7-1/2 as shown with 3D tape.
Cut pattern paper 4 x 6 and torn into half as shown. Cut another piece of square pattern paper for backing the window frame.
 Layer diagonally torn pattern paper with 3D foam tape as shown and colored gauge with Kids Choice Glue.
Cut Black cardstock 13 x 9 , score at 6-1/2 and fold layer white cardstock with pattern paper on top of it.
For the shaker window  -  Die Cut Brown cardstock and foam sheet using GN Square window and flower box die.
Apply Double sided adhesive tape on the edges of window and paste on clear acrylic sheet. Cut out the frame.
Again apply double sided adhesive tape on the edges of window and layer  foam sheet window die cut 
Apply double sided clear adhesive tape again , fill up the sequins in the window frame and place square pattern paper cut out as shown.


Paste the window frame on card base as shown with Kids Choice Glue. 

Die Cut Soft Finished Cardstock with GN Alstroemeria die.
Color the petals and leaves with distress inks.Shape the flowers and leaves with Susan's tools , leaf pad and embossing pad.
On the edges of the stamen apply Prills with Kids Choice Glue.
Die cut Soft finished Cardstock using Berry Branch die. Arrange the flowers and berry branches as shown.
Finish off with a sentiment from Little Words That Means A Lot Clear Stamps Set.  
 
For today's challenge Elizabeth Craft Designs are giving away a $20 Gift Card to use on the Elizabeth Craft Designs website to 3 winners. 

To enter simply leave a comment on the Elizabeth Craft Designs Challenge post and tell us “Which dies from Susan’s collection make you think of your home?”

We will select 3 lucky winners in a random drawing 

The winners will be announced on Friday, August 11  on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog.

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Thank you for visiting my blog

Hugs 
Pavitra

ECD Supplies Used -

Little Words That Means A Lot Clear Stamps Set
Embossing Pad

Other Supplies
White cardstock
Pattern Paper
Sequins
3D foam tape
Foam sheet
Acrylic sheet
Gauge
Distress inks


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