Saturday, 29 April 2017

Garden Rose + Elizabeth Craft Designs

Hello friends. i am back with another card featuring dies from Susan's Garden and this time i have gorgeous roses for you.

Rose are one of the most favorite flowers and they comes in various colors , for today i choose pink roses to adore my thank you card.

I created a layered card by cutting card stock with Stitched Rectangles die, the finished card measures 5-1/2 x 6 .
Have a look !!!

                               Here is how i created this card.

Cut kraft cardstock 11 x 6, score at 5-1/2 and fold.

Die cut kraft cardstock with Stitched Rectangle dies using the smallest rectangle die once and second smallest die twice.
Mat the cut outs with pattern paper leaving 1/4 boarder all around.
 Do the placement as shown with 3d foam tape.
 Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with GN Rose 3 die and ink the petals and leaves with distress inks.
For shaping the flowers use Susan's Tools , Embossing Pad and Leaf Pad. 
Do the final placement as shown and finish of  by stamping thank you sentiment from General Sentiment - clear stamp set. Cut a thin  strip of gauge colored with distress ink peeled paint and place it underneath rose along with a piece of twine.
 Some more closeup of flowers.

Thank you so much ,i hope you like my card and will make one of yours.For all your craft needs don't forget to visit Elizabeth Craft Designs Store.

ECD Supplies

Other Supplies
kraft cardstock
Distress Inks

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Wishing you a colorful day

Hello Crafty people there!!!!!

For today i have pretty hydrangea flowers from Susan's Garden on my card.

Hydrangea is one of my favorite flowers , they are so tiny, delicate wonders and instantly brings smile on my face.
 There is my card with instructions following - 
Cut white cardstock 6-1/2 x 9 , score at 4-1/2 and fold.
Cut  Soft Finish Cardstock - Time For Teal 6-1/4 x 4-1/4 and paste on top of white cardstock.
Cut Soft Finish Colored Cardstock - Spring Green 6 x 4

Cut Soft Finish Cardstock 5-3/4 x 3-3/4, emboss with embossing folder Fleur De Lis and sponge Archival ink Saffron on top.Layer it on top of Green Cardstock
Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with Garden Notes Hydrangea 2. Ink the petals and leaves with various shades of distress inks, shape using Susan's tool and leaf pad.
Do the final placement as shown  and finish of the card with a sentiment 
Thank you for visiting my blog


ECD Supplies -

Embossing Pad

Other Supplies
Archival ink - Saffron
Distress ink - peeled paint, pine needles , moved lawn  . Chipped sapphire ,salty ocean
Archival ink - Black

Saturday, 15 April 2017

Altered wooden pieces into candle holder


Crafty people there !!!!

Today i am back with an altered project ,which i created out of waste wooden pieces , that used to be part of my little one's crib.
I revamp them into a candle holder with the help of various prima goodies.
Some more closeups-

Thank you so much


Entering into following challenges

Beautiful - A picture frame with handmade flowers

Hello Friends

Today i have a picture to share with you which i adored with handmade flowers.
It's my wedding picture and i know i have to use it in one of my project some day and here it is.
I used a old nuts box as frame for this picture.

Have a look!!!!
I kept the background very simple with few chipboard cuts as i want my flowers to do more talking.
Some more closeups

Thank you for visiting my blog

Entering into following challenge
Scrapslet - palette no - 27


Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Journal Page + DT post for More Mixed Media Challenge

Hello My dear friends

We have a new challenge up on the MMM blog with the theme -  anything goes optional yellow , details you can find out here . For the same i created a art journal page and believe me i am super nervous as it is my first try with art journal and i thoroughly enjoyed the whole process it's so much fun while working with it.
I kept the page quite simple with stamped flower images being focal point.

Have a look !!!!

For creating this page , i first colored the half of the page with  distress paint - broken china , weathered wood , chipped sapphire and salty ocean. Than the other half of the page is colored with various shades of distress paint in green color - forest moss , peeled paint and moved lawn.

Stamped the sunflower image first on the journal page with black archival ink and than stamped it again on watercolor paper. Water colored the images first , fussy cut and placed on the journal page with multi media matte, stamped few leaves with black archival ink , here and there on the page.

Next stamped the sentiment , splatter diluted white acrylic color here and there and created a border around the page with black acrylic paint .

Thank you so much


Supplies used
Dylusion journal
Distress paints - weathered wood , chipped shappire, salty ocean , peeled paint , forest moss , moved lawn, broken china
Stamps - just right - sunflower vintage labels 5 cling stamp
Watercolor paints

Saturday, 1 April 2017

Altered Envelope holder

Hello My dear friends

Giving old weathered stuff a new look is what i am up to now a days. For today i have a old weathered wooden envelope case for you , which i transformed into a new look.
 For this i used the art alchemy paints and waxes.
 More close up pics 

Thank you for visiting my blog

See you till next blog post 


Entering into following challenge -

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Season's Greeting Challenge no- 4

Hi my lovely crafty friends there!!!

Its time for another fun filled 4th Tuesday challenge at Season's Greeting Challenge blog.Details you can find out here.
 For this week theme is anything goes with an optional twist. Inspired by the colors and picture i created a card.
Have a look here....
Finished card measures 7-3/4 x 6-1/4.Here is how i created this card.
Cut red cardstock 15-1/2 x 6-1/4 , score at 7-3/4 and fold.
Cut kraft cardstock 7-1/2 x 6 and sponge white gesso randomly on it. Stamp with various stamps with archival ink sepia , carnation red and olive.
Die cut four circles (small size die) out of white cardstock , dry emboss with embossing folder, sponge with archival ink red carnation. Overlap two circles as shown for creating ornament , cover with clear glitter and tie a twine.
Cut white cardstock 5 x 4 and dry emboss with embossing folder.Sponge the raised area with distress ink moved lawn. Stamp the image in the center and color with pencil colors.
Die cut doily out of white cardstock sponge, moved lawn distress in on top and cover with clear glitter.
Cover metal wires with brown tape and twist  together in the shape of oval. 
Die cut leaves and small flowers with dies , sponge the leaves with distress ink pine needle , peeled paint and flowers with fossilized amber.
Do the final placement as shown.


Supplies used
Red cardstock 
White cardstock
Distess ink - moved lawn, fossilized amber, pine needle , peeled paint
White gesso
Archival ink - red carnation , sepia , olive
Circle die ,
Elizabeth craft designs stamp & elizabeth craft designs GN Hydrangea 2
Penny black stamp
Cherrylynn doily
Pencil colors.
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