Wednesday, 31 May 2017

White daisies - money envelope + Elizabeth Craft Designs

Hello M y Dear Friends

I am back with another project using Daisies from Susan's Garden and new released ModaScrap - Oriental Card die.

Daisies are what i love creating , earlier i created many cards and canvas with more vibrant background and flowers.
But this time i created white daisies for money envelope ,kept the background very Suttle and let the flowers pop more.

Have a look!!!
This is how i created this envelope.
The finished envelope measures 4 x 7-1/2
Cut yellow cardstock 11 x 9-1/2. Score at 4 ,8 (on 11 inch side)
Score 1 inch from both the sides  (on 9-1/2 inch side).
Trim 1 inch space from both the flap sides leaving the center part as shown in the image. Round the corners of the 1 inch space , apply glue and paste as shown forming a envelope.

Cut Soft Finish Cardstock True Blue 6-3/4 x 3-3/4. Cut pattern paper 6-1/2 x 3-1/2.
Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with Oriental Card die. 
Die cut Soft Finished Cardstock True Blue with smallest Stitched Oval die and mat on yellow cardstock with 3 D foam tape.
Paste Soft Finished Cardstock True Blue on yellow envelope base 
Cut Oriental card Die cut into half and paste on the edges of pattern paper as shown in the pic with Kids Choice glue.
Layer this on top of Soft Finished Cardstock True Blue as shown in image.
Paste oval cut outs in the center as shown.
Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with GN Gerbera Daisy. Color the flowers and petals with distress inks .Here i only colored the inside parts of the flowers and left the outer petals uncolored. For a more glossy finish i covered the leaves with distress clear rocky candy paint.
Shape the flowers using Susan's Tool , Embossing Pad and Leaf Pad. Do the placement as shown.(Optional - Cover the flowers with glitters for more sparkly finish.
Stamp sentiments from General Stentiments - Clear Stamps set on white cardstock and place as shown.

Thank you so much
Hope you like my tutorial. For all your craft needs don't forget to visit Elizabeth Craft Designs Store.

ECD Supplies list

Other Supplies
Yellow cardstock
White cardstock
Distress inks
Distress clear rock candy
3D foam tape

Saturday, 27 May 2017

Tea bag dispenser + Elizabeth Craft Designs

Hello Everyone

I am back with a very lovely project adorned with beautiful Hydrangea flowers from Susan's Garden. This make a excellent home utility item and also great for gifting.They are made of 400 GSM black cardstock and quite sturdy to use

Have a look!!!!

 Here after covering the tea bag dispenser with pattern paper , i die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with Oriental Card die , cut it into equal half and trimmed from the edges to get it fit on the alternate corners.This really adds a very elegant touch to my project.
 For creating the circle window here i used Fitted Circle die and cover it with OHP Sheet from inside.. For the flowers i die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with GN Hydrangea 2 die, color the flowers and petals with distress inks and shaped them using Susan's Tools, Embossing Pad and Leaf Pad.
 Finally arrange the flowers a s shown and finish with metal butterfly and organza bow.
Optional - in the center of the flowers i used 3D brown paint and pearl paint.
Thank you for visiting my blog 
For the craft supplies used in this project don't forget to visit the Elizabeth Craft Designs Store 
Take care


Embossing Pad

Other Supplies
Cardstock black 400 gsm
Pattern Paper
Metal Butterfly, organza ribbon bow
Distress inks.
Metal knobs
OHP Sheet
3D paint brown and pearl paint.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Desk shadow box + Elizabeth Craft Designs

Hello Everyone!!!!

Moments with love ones are always special , we all treasure those moments and wanna to relive them again and again.
To hold on those  special moments of my life and keep them close to me i designed a very special project .Its a desk shadow box , with a space for picture and garden fresh roses from Susan's Garden.

Susan 's Dies helps to create real looking flowers and its so easy to create beautiful flowers with them. You can find out the collections here.

And here is my shadow box. Have a look !!!!!
I am going to place it on by work desk and really excited about it.


Apply a coat of white gesso on the entire shadow box. 
Paste metals corners on the lowers corners of the wooden box and handle on the upper part.
Cut a pattern paper 4-1/4 x 8-1/4 . Paste in the center of shadow box.
Cut black cardstock 4-1/4 x 5 .Cover with pattern paper leaving 1/4 inch boarder all around and place in the upper side of the shadow box with 3 D foam tape. This is the space to place the picture with wooden clip.
Die cut Soft Finish Cardstock with GN Rose 3 , color the petals and leaves with inks.
Shape the flowers and leaves with Susan's Tools , Embossing Pad and Leaf Pad. On the edges of flowers i applied clear glitter and frosting powder. 
Heat emboss MDF cutouts with gold embossing powder and paste on the two upper corners.
Arrange the flowers and leaves as shown, Fill up the in between space with green moss

Paste resin embellishments  and mixed beads on the outer edges with heavy body gel.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog

See you soon at next blog post

Till than take care




Embossing pad

Other Supplies

Pattern paper
MDF Cutouts
Metal corners and handle
Color box inks 
Heavy body gel
Mixed beads
Green moss
Resin Angel
3D Foam Tape
Clear glitter 
Frosting powder.

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Money Envelope with hand made flowers

Hello My Dear Friends.....

Welcome to my blog and today i have a beautiful money envelope to share with you guys.This is my DT project for the current challenge running at Rainbow Craftykari you can find out the details here.

Have a look !!!!!
The finished envelope measures 7-1/2 x 4. For making the base of envelope i used a thick cardstock and than trimmed and scored it to the size i wanted so as to converted into a envelope.

For the top layering i used iris sheet 270 gsm , colored it with distress inks , did stenciling and than finished with stamping.
The flowers are die cut first , colored and than shaped. 
here are some more closeups. 

Thank you for visiting my blog
Hope to see you soon.


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