Tuesday, 21 March 2017

You are so sweet - with Susan's Garden Notes Rose - 3

Hello Everyone!!!

Happy Tuesday to all. Celebration brings happiness and joy ,this became all though more important when one is accompanied by their love ones.
We are going to have a wedding celebration soon in our family and i am all in celebration mood. So with this mood i created a sparkling card with gorgeous rose die from Susan's Garden. These are super easy to work with and helps to create look like roses.

For the card here , i created a sparkling background and placed my roses against a window panel.
Here is my card.
 Instructions for making the card -

Cut white cardstock 16 x 9 , score at 8 and fold.
Cut Soft Finish Colored Cardstock - Dark Fuchsia 7-3/4 x 8-3/4
Apply modelling paste through Stencil - Swirly Flouris and immediately cover up with Silk Microfine Glitter Solar Gold.Once dried properly rub the glitters with your finger and it will start sparkling more , that's so much of fun.
Cut White cardstock 4x5 and Dark Fuchsia Cardstock 3-3/4 x 4-3/4,mat it against white cardstock.
Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock - whisper Blue with Garden Notes - Carolina Window & Shutters die and cut window panel out of it. Place it on top of smaller panel as shown.For the glass effect apply glossy accent crackle (optional).
Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with Garden Notes Rose 3 Die. Sponge the flower petals and leaves with distress inks and shape using Susan's Tool and leaf pad.
Do the placement as shown.
Finish of the card with a sentiment from General Sentiment -Clear Stamp

Hope you had fun going through my post
See you till next blog post.
Till than take care

Supplies used-

Other Supplies

White Cardstock
Modelling paste
Distress inks
Glossy accent- crackle 

Sunday, 19 March 2017

Altered wooden tray into home decor

Hello my dear friends

I am back with another fun project to share with you guys.Its my DT project for Rainbow crafty kari , you can find out the detailed tutorial here.
Revamping old ,unused stuff is what a enjoyed now a days. I used all my scraps like laces, gauge , broken clay pieces etc for adding details to my project.
For this project i used the  newly launched art alchemy waxes and patina paste for this project and it was so much fun to work with them,.

Have a look!!!


Hope you enjoyed going through my post


Entering into following challenges

Friday, 10 March 2017

Vibrant tulips from Susan's Garden

Hello my crafty friends out there..

I am in super springy mood and loving bright and vibrant colors on my cards.
For today i have a layered card with multi color tulips created with new released Garden Notes - Tulip 2 from Susan's Garden - Elizabeth Craft Designs.

The finish card measures 6-1/2 x 8-1/2 
 Here is how i created this card.
1. Cut Kraft cardstock 13 x 8-1/2. Score at 6- 1/2 and fold.
2. Cut Green cardstock 6-1/4 x 8-1/4. Distress the edges and place on kraft cardstock with 3D foam tape.
 3. Cut pattern paper into strips 1-1/2 x 8 and tear the edges .Distress with vintage photo ink and place on top of green cardstock.
4. Cut pattern paper 6-1/2 x 3-1/2 and 6-1/2 x 2-1/2. Tear the edges and distress with distress ink vintage photo.
5. Spread gauge piece on the base and layer first piece of pattern paper (6-1/2 x 3-1/2).Next layer lace and place second piece of pattern paper (6-1/2 x 2-1/2) with 3D foam tape
 6.Die cut circle frame using Soft Finish Cardstock with small Stitched Circle Die and large stitched circle die. Sponge with archival ink cactus flower.
7. Die cut burlap sheet with largest Stitched Circle Die and arrange them as shown.
 8. Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with GN Tulip - 2 , sponge with inks and shape the flowers and leaf using Susan's Tool , Embossing Pad and Leaf Pad
 9. Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with Butterfly from GN Fairy- Tiger Lilly , color with archival ink cobalt. Place resin frame in the center of burlap circle and butterfly in the center of it.
10. Place a ribbon bow on one side.
 11. Do the final placement as shown and finish off with a sentiment.
Hope you had fun going through my blog post.

See you till next post.


ECD Supplies

Other Supplies
Kraft Cardstock
Green Cardstock
Resin Frame
Archival ink - Cactus flower , Cobalt
Distress ink - moved lawn, peeled paint , vintage photo

Entering into following challenge

Sunday, 5 March 2017

More Mixed Media - DT Post + March Challenge(Anything goes - Green color)

Hello Everyone!!!

A new challenge is up on More Mixed Media Challenge Blog , Details can be find out here. This is my first DT project for the same and i am super excited for it.I would like to thank the team for giving me this oppurtunity.
Its a 6 x 8 canvas.
 Here's how i created this canvas
Applied a thin coat of black gesso on the canvas.
Mixed art anthropology dimensional paint - Shamrock with Prima sand paste and used it with stencil.
Next applied the same paste with spatula randomly here and there.
 Splatter prima art alchemy color - Metallic Pure Sunshine , metallic rich turquoise , Metallic fresh orange , metallic pink blush on the canvas.
Colored the gauge with distress ink moved lawn. Die cut the doily and colored with pink acrylic color. 
Colored the chioboard cut outs with prima metallic pure sunshine paint.Heat embossed the round chipboard cutouts with stampedous white embossing powder. 
Did the placement as shown and finished of with handmade flowers, glitter and micro beads. 
Hope you had great time going through my post
Do hop on to More Mixed Media blog to see creations by other DT and do participate in the challenge.


Entering into following challenge -
Challenge no. 5 anything creative /mixed media goes

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Good Luck From Susan's Garden

Hello Everyone!!!

Welcome to my blog.

With the end of Autumn comes spring and with that comes gorgeous blooming flowers . Everything around fills up with new energy and brightness , so for today i have delicate daisies from Susan's Garden for you guys.
I created a beautiful card with them and complimented it with Garden Notes Fairy - Tiger Lilly.You can visit the Elizabeth Craft Designs for all the new Released dies here.
 Here's how i created this card
Cut brown cardstock 12 x 6 , score at 6 and fold.
Cut True Blue Cardstock 5-3/4 x 5-3/4  and place on top of brown cardstock.
Cut Soft Finish Cardstock 5-1/2 x 5-1/2. Run it through Heart Strings Embossing Folder and sponge  distress ink cracked pistachio , peacock feather and chipped sapphire on top. Place on top of  True Blue Cardstock.
 Cut light blue cardstock using largest circle die and emboss with Fleur de Lis embossing folder.Place in the center with 3 d double sided tape. Place metal wires and pearl string around circle cutout as shown.
 Die Cut Soft Finish Cardstock with GN Gerbera Daisy ,Color with saffron archival ink. Shade the leaves with Distress ink , peeled paint , pine needles and moved lawn.
Shape the flowers and leaves with Susan's Flower shaping tools, Mini Molding Pad and Leaf Pad.
Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with GN Fairy - Tiger lilly and ink with archival ink cobalt and pink peony. Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with Berry Branch die.
Do the placement as shown. Finish of with Die cut butterflies, Silk Microfine Glitter Cool Diamond and twine bow.

That all for today , hope you have great time while going through my post. Do leave a comment if you like my work.
For all your crafting needs don't forget to visit Elizabeth Craft Designs Store.


ECD Supplies

Other Supplies
Brown Cardstock
Blue Cardstock
Metal wire & pearl string
Distress Ink - moved lawn , peeled paint , pine needles.
Archival ink - Sarron , Cobalt , Pink peony.
Pencil Colors

Seasons Greetings Christmas Challenge

Hello crafty people there 

We have our 2nd challenge going on at Seasons Greetings , this is my first creation as DT and i am super excited for this.
The challenge runs on every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of month , you can find out the details here.

I created a card for the same have a look !!!
 The finished card measures 6 x 8-3/4.
There is  how i created this card - 

Cut kraft card stock 5- 3/4 x 8-1/2. 
Cut green card stock 12 x 8-3/4 . Score at 6 and fold.Place kraft card stock on green card stock with double sided tape leaving 1/4 inch border.
Cut 1/2 inch strips of pattern paper and place on kraft card stock as shown.
Apply a thin coat of white gesso randomly on the kraft card stock covering the pattern paper.
Apply white sand paste through stencil randomly , sprinkle aged ivory embossing powder and heat set.
For the Christmas tree - trim circle chain chipboard into different size and color with green acrylic color.
 Cut out the Christmas image , tags and sentiments.
 Apply yellow acrylic paint on square shape chipboard frame.Place the image behind this.Apply glitter on star shaped chipboard with clear glue.

Place the red color pollen , flowers and leaves as a bunch.
Do the placement as shown. Finish of the card by applying fine glitter.

Hope you had fun going through my post. List of supplies can be found below.

See you soon

Kraft Card stock
Green Card stock
White Gesso
Prima white sand paste
Green & yellow acrylic color
Christmas images
White fine glitter
Red pollen
Clear craft glue
Stampedeous Aged ivory embossing powder

Monday, 27 February 2017

Fun with die cuts

Hello My dear friends

Its always fun to work with old supplies so we days back i took out  my dies and took out several cut outs. I used them to create 4 tags.I was amazed to see how beautifully we can add more interest to our die cuts by using  them with paints, embossing powder and inks.
i have few steps to share with you guys about how i created these tags , this is going to be a long post so please bear with it.. hee heee !!! 
Here is my Tag no - 1 
For the base of the tag i used art alchemy paints , randomly swipe the color on tag base and than run it through embossing folder. After that gave it a light coat of white gesso and tag base was ready.
Cut out doily , frames and circle rings using die and ink . Flowers are die cut first , inked and than shaped. Finally did the assembly.

Tag no - 2 
This one is my favorite and i really had great time while creating it. The  base has a very delicate shine to it , which  the camera didnt cathc very well ,but that really gives the entire tag a very rich look.

For the base i mixed modelling paste with gold mica powder , gold ultra fine glitter and stencil it through tim holz stencil.
Next build up the layers of color using Lindy's drop dead diva set.
Cut out the frame , heart and tags using the dies and ink them. I heat embossed the negative of honey comb die and did the placement as shown . For the golden touch i used inka gold on all the cut outs.

Tag no - 3
This one with masculine theme, here i used the negative of the alphabet die and i really liked the final look.
 For the base i adhered pattern paper on the tag base with multi matte medium and than stamped with various stamps and archival ink to build up the layers. Also sponged some ink through stencil , have a close look.
 Cut out the gears using die and heat embossed them using stampedeous metallic embossing powder. The clock in the center is first stamped and than heat embossed with UTEE.
Spatter rust paste here and there. Stamped the sentiment on a piece of balsa wood and framed it with metal embellishment.

Tag no - 4 
This one is quite simple and the most bright one. For the base i sponged paints in the shade of brown and cream on the tag base and using the cap of my spray with white paint  created those circles marks.
The orange piece in the center is the negative of one of a die which i first embossed using one of my embossing folder and than inked.The lace pattern on each sides are first inked, trimmed into half and than placed on sides using multi matte medium. For the flower i placed two cut out alternatively after inking.

Finally did the placement and finish of the tag with a sentiment and butterfly. 

Thank for stopping by
hope you had a great time

Entering into following challenge -

HLS - February anything goes with dies challenge 

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