Sunday, June 25, 2017

Mixed Media Bottle #2

Hello Crafty Friends,
Today I'm sharing a mixed media project. I wanted to make something with underwater theme and mixed media, so thought of experimenting on a glass bottle. 
I am still learning mixed media but I love using all scraps and make something new. Here I coated the bottle with heavy white gesso. Then used a stencil to make some texture on it. Crackle paste is something I really love to use on my projects, here also u can see the effect.I wanted to make something other than just a showpiece or a vase... so attached a small photo frame to it. I thought the frame will look a bit small so glued a tag behind it. The tag is also a scrap. It's a price tag which got a coat of heavy gesso on both sides then crackle paste and then the colors made it look really good. I love the entire tag and frame area on the bottle. I used charms, small flowers, gauge cloth and most importantly sea shells to give a sea feeling to my project.

Added few beads to give it some more textured and sparkling look. 

So, Let's take a look...






I hope you like the project.
Products used:

Art Basics White Gesso

Ranger Texture paste
Ranger Crackle Paint
Mudra Stencil
Blue Acrylic Paint
Blue Metallic Paint
Green Metallic Paint
Pearl White Metallic Paint
Ranger Heat Tool
Wooden Photo frame
Metal Charm
Paper Flowers 
Beads
Sea Shells
Gauge

I would like to enter the following Challenges:




Thank You for stopping by.
Hugs,






Saturday, June 3, 2017

Quilling Mandala #2 : Splash of Blue


Hello Crafty Friends,

I and my lil one were down with fever and cold so couldn't post in a while.
I also haven't created anything new.
Today I'm here to share my DT project for the month of June at Indian Quilling Challenge
The theme for the month is "Splash of Blue'.

So, U have to create something with lot of Blue color and of course quilling in it.
Here's how I incorporated Blue in my project:


This is an advertisement leaflet lying with me since long. I loved the texture and theme of the sheet. So tried to do something with it.
Some more clicks here:






Waiting to see what you creative people come up with this lovely theme. Plz follow the challenge rules and enjoy. Link your amazing projects here...



Hugs,
Priya


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Quilling Mandala; Rainbow colors

Hello Crafty Friends,

I'm back from a month long vacation. It was an eventful vacation with some lovely memories in snow filled mountain ranges and heartbreak for a loss in family. Lots of travel and experience of two extreme weather conditions.

Today, I'm sharing my DT post at Indian Quilling Challenge Blog and the theme for the month is rainbow colors.
Here is my take on the theme, a Quilled Mandala. 




We have made some changes  from this month onwards.  Create anything according to the theme with any media and add quilling to your project.

For eg: for current challenge we would like to see the rainbow colours - you can use it for background etc.there should be quilling in your project.


Pls follow the guidelines/challenges rules.

We  look forward to see what you make and hope you have fun with this theme.

The challenge will run till 28th May. Winner will be announced on 31st May

International entries are welcome. We are looking for a sponsor who could ship internationally. Till that you will receive an unique badge to display in your blog.

One Winner and one best Topper will be awarded.

Winner will get gifts from from our below sponsors
1. Rs.500 gifts from Dimension of Crafts
2. Rs.250 worth gift from Letzcreate, 
3. A handmade gift worth Rs.300 from our DT Aparna

https://www.facebook.com/Dimensions-A-House-Of-Crafts-125044944175980/
Reena dhairyawan
https://www.facebook.com/LETZCRAFT/
Jovita serrao dsouza

Best Topper will get a GV for Rs.250 from Ranibow Kraftkari Store
http://shop.rainbowcraftykari.in/
Maninder kaur

Hugs,



Saturday, April 15, 2017

Birthday Card

Hello Friends,
Today I'm at Indian Quilling Challenge Blog with the Birthday Blog hop DT post.
This month we are celebrating 3rd Birthday of IQCG Challenge and I am so excited to be a part of this awesome group as a DT.

                                      
Here's my creation wishing A very Happy Birthday...






This month there will be no quilling contest!!!!

Our team will showcase birthday inspiration throughout the month on the below scheduled dates.

Starts from IQCG - 1st April
5th April - Aparna
9th April - Daniela
12th April - Gouri
15th April - Priya
19th April - Priyanka
22nd April - Shweta
26th April - Sriranjini
28th April - me

Exciting prizes from our sponsors will be given to one winner selected from the comments across all the blogs in the hop.


Winner will get gifts from from our below sponsors
1. Rs.500 gifts from Dimension of Crafts
2. Rs.250 worth gift from Letzcreate, 
3. A handmade gift worth Rs.300 from our DT Aparna
4.  GV for Rs.250 from Ranibow Kraftkari Store

https://www.facebook.com/Dimensions-A-House-Of-Crafts-125044944175980/
Reena dhairyawan
https://www.facebook.com/LETZCRAFT/
Jovita serrao dsouza
http://shop.rainbowcraftykari.in/
Maninder kaur
 
One random winner will be chosen by our DTs and they will get a special goodie bag from us.

All you have to do is

- Follow IQCG blog if you are not a follower
- Copy & paste the following birthday hop picture on your blog and spread the news on social media
- Join our Indian quilling Challenge Facebook group
- Visit all our DTs blog and leave some love
-Commenting on this post is also a must 
- Anyone with Indian Postal address can join 

So, join in the fun this month and win...
Hugs,





Saturday, April 8, 2017

Hot Air Balloon with Explosion Box

Hi Friends,

I’m very happy to share my project today, which is a Hot air balloon with an explosion box.
Days are getting hotter and we are escaping to the mountains for some time. Before we leave, I wanted to participate in few challenges and complete my craft projects.
For this one, I made my own template (A bit of experiment here; first I made a small one to check if all measurements are fine and it is actually looking like what I want , Then made this).  Wanted to make it in a lighter shade and then I found this paper pack completely matching my thoughts. A lot of fussy cutting and laces, ribbons and pearls to give a shabby chic yet neat look to it. On the top I attached a lace that I stitched in a circular shape and on top of that a flower that goes with the theme. The balloon can be hanged if it is empty.

For the box, I made a circular box inside the exploding box to keep chocolates r small gift, as the theme here is Birthday and tagged it as “A birthday to remember”. All the sides of the box are decorated with hand cut designs out of the paper from same paper pack. I have kept 4 tags to write r to paste pictures (2two under the circular box and two on a side panel).
Here’s the photos…
















Hope You liked my project.
Supplies used:
Papericious It’s a Boy Paperpack,
Papericious laces ( On the top, in front and inside the box)
Papericious  Jute cord
Martha Stewart Score Board
Ranger Heat Tool
Glue gun
Precision scissor
Paper cutter
Blue Ribbon
Pearls
Glue
Foam Tape

Friday, March 31, 2017

Altered Project : Shadow Box

Hello Friends,

Today I'm sharing an altered Cardboard Biscuit box into a Shadow box which I made for few challenges. I thought of making a fairy with jungle theme. So I cut out a square from the front of the box and covered it with tissue and some texture paste and gel medium to create some effect on the front. Then added some patterned paper for the background, added some texture paste with stencil on all sides of the box for a brick effect. Added twigs, 3d stickers and a handmade clay fairy sitting on a stone. Colored to give a jungle look.

Here is the box 

And I altered it into a shadow box as below...










Supplies Used:

Box
Pattern Papers from Enogreetings
Chipboards from Papericious
Tim Holtz Brick Stencil
Rangers Gesso
Rangers Texture Paste
Rangers Heat Tool
Dry Twigs
Leaves
3D stickers
Shilpkar
Tissue Paper
Acrylic Colors
Quilling Strips
Glue Gun
Favicol

Linking to following challenges




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Friday, March 3, 2017

Altered Bottle

Hello Everyone...
I have stacked a lot of stash to alter. I love seeing the things getting glamorous makeovers.
This time I took out a bottle and tried to alter it. 
I am very new to mixed media and this is my very first altered bottle.
So, this is how it looks...






First I gave a coat of gesso on the bottle, then layers of texture paste and crackle paint. Once dried completely I colored the bottle with Pink acrylic color and dry brushed metallic black acrylic paint. Added die cut and metal charm a cycle after coloring them. Added the flowers n leaves and also colored them.

Linking this to the following challenges:







Products Used:

Art Basics White Gesso
Ranger Texture paste
Ranger Crackle Paint
Pink Acrylic Paint
Black Metallic Paint
Ranger Heat Tool
MDF Die cut
Metal Charm
Flowers and Leaves
Art Stones
   
Hugs,





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