Monday, October 16, 2017

Diwali Lamp for Rainbow Craftykari Blog

Hello Crafty Friends,

Today I'm at Rainbow Craftykari Blog with my DT inspiration post. This month we are celebrating the festival of lights in this part of the world. We decorate our homes with lights and eat and share sweets and gifts with neighbours, friends and relatives. 
I made a Diwali Lamp this time, which will be the centerpiece for my Diwali Party. 








The materials I used for making this...
I have listed down the products at the end of the post.



For this, I upcycled an empty silver foil tube, some thermocol sheets that came with packaging. First I drew the outline of the lamp on a piece of paper and traced the same on the patterned paper. Then I cut out the unnecessary parts and attached vellum on the window panels. Then I assembled the lamp. 

After the upper part is done, I used a thermocol sheet to make the base of the lamp, so that it can stand properly. I cut it in hexagon shape and attached cardstock on both sides to give it more strength. Then I attached the empty aluminium foil roll into it and covered the whole part with patterned paper. Then for attaching the lamp also I cut a small thermocol sheet and covered it with patterned paper and attached it to the tissue roll. Once the base is dried completely and looked firm, I attached the lamp on it.

Here, You can keep it unattached and adhere a tea light on it also. I'm planning to do that in future.

Then I attached  laces on the borders to make it look more attractive, also attached some flowers which are from the store. Some leaf die cuts here and there and my lamp is ready.

Some more images 





















Materials Used:

White Cardstock
Enogreeting Paper Pack
Vellum
Papericious Lace
Thermocol Sheet
Empty Foil roll
Flowers 
Die cut Leaves
Tacky Glue
Paper Cutter
Scissors

Hope you like my work. 
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Hugs,
Priya








Friday, October 13, 2017

Happiness- Card for Scrapping4Fun Challenge Blog

Hello Friends,

Today I'm sharing my DT project for Challenge #101 at Scrapping4fun challenges . 





This month the theme is Autumn and I love autumn, it's colors and the beautiful leaves. I'm sure a lot of you must love this season too. I made a card using this beautiful Digi Image from  Cute As A BUtton Stamps And Designs who is also the sponsor for this challenge.





Here's my card. I used autumn colored pattern papers to make some layers under the image. Colored the image with my faber castle color pencils and I loved it. Hope you like it too. I know I'm not good at card making, but it is something I really want to learn and do better. I hand cut some leaves from the same image, colored them and used out side the image. To give them a bit height I used double sided foam tape under the image as well as the leaves.

I used a twine and some pearl stickers and a small tag which I really love.




Hope you like my card. Do participate in the challenge for more fun.

Supplies Used:
White Cardstock
Pattern Paper from Enogreetings
Digistamp From Cute As a Button Stamps
Faber Castle Color Pencils
Twine from Papericious
Double sided Tape
Tag
Pearl Stickers

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Hugs,
Priya


Thursday, October 5, 2017

Celebration/Festival -DT Post for IQCG

Hello Quillers,


A very good morning...
Today I'm sharing my DT project for Indian Quilling Challenge Blog for the month of October. The theme this month is Celebration/Festival. We are celebrating Diwali-The festival of Lights this month in India. So I have created a Quilling God Ganesha whom we worship and a Tea light holder.

I have been dreaming of making a Quilled Ganesha since long and I'm happy that finally I could do this. This is my first try in making the Elephant God and I know there are a lot of mistakes but I really love the outcome. I used 5 mm strips for making the God and 3 mm strips for the tea-light holder.

Take a look...






Hope You like my work. Do play the challenge here

Hugs,
Priya

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Layout-Prince; DT post for SCrapping4fun Layout#1 Challenge



Hello Crafty Friends,

A very good morning to all of you.
Today I'm sharing a Scrapbook Layout, created for my DT project at Scrapping 4 fun challenges - Layout blog. We are starting a new Layout Challenge from this month and are very excited. Here's the sketch


Here I created a single page layout. Used a cute photo and titled it Prince. It's a bright and cheerful layout made for a small kid.


Our sponsor for the month is



You can win a gift voucher of SFR 20.00 to the store.
Have fun and do play along Here


Hugs,
Priya




Friday, September 29, 2017

Card-Kissing Gourami; Scrapping4fun Challenges#100

Hey Friends,

I'm back again with my DT project forScrapping4fun Challenges Blog.
Theme for Challenge #100 is animals and I created a card using this beautiful Digi Image from Digistamps4joy who is also the sponsor for this challenge.


This is the card I made,



I printed this digi image and colored it using my color pencils from Fabercastle. Used an embossed blue paper which perfectly fits to the theme of the image. I cut out the colored image and glued to the background and finally a ribbon to complete the look. Kept it very simple and fun.

Hope you like my work. Thank you for stopping by and Happy Crafting !

Hugs,
Priya




Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Altered Color Palette - September Inspiration for Rainbow Craftykari

Hello Crafty Friends,



Good Morning. 
Today sharing my Inspiration post at Rainbow craftykari Blog. This is a mixed media altered project again...Ya, I love them.
I have seen many altered palettes... but all of them are wooden or MDF, so I thought why not to alter a real palette...that I use or no longer use. 
So, here's how it looked after all the hard work... 









Supplies used:

Any Color Palette ( Here I used Round one)
Art Basic Heavy Gesso White
Corrugated sheet
Gauze
Papericious Chip Boards
(Round Dream Catcher, Negatives of the leaves, Wedding, Heart Mesh)
Art Stones
Buttons
Metal Charms
Sea Shells
Painy Brushes
Metallic Paints


Hope you like my project. 
Do not forget to participate in the ongoing challenge Here

I would like to enter the following challenges:





MIXED MEDIA WORLD


Rhedd's Creative Spirit



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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Fall Quilling

Hello Quillers,
How r u this morning....? I'm a bit late this month with my ost at Indian Quilling Challenge. The theme for the month is Autumn/Fall. You guys must have chked wonderful inspirations from fellow DT Members.
Here's what I made...












Hope you like it. Do not forget to enter our challenge to win.

Hugs,
Priya



Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Cute Hexagonal Gift Box with Tutorial for Rainbow Craftykari

Hello Friends,



I am Priya with you today sharing a detailed tutorial for making a small gift box for Rainbow Craftykari. I decided to make some small gift boxes for gifting this Diwali. I'll put some chocolates inside these cute boxes which has a beautiful handle too.





You can check out the detailed tutorial here...




And like this to the inner side of the box.








This is so addictive. I so loved the idea that I made a few more with different dimensions.As you can see all are of different sizes and a little different in terms of outer design but all of them are hexagonal and cute and equally strong. I hope anyone who receives this will have a big smile seeing this. 
                                               Here's the full family...


Hope you like this tutorial and try make some for yourself. 

Supplies Used:

White Cardstock
Papericious Grey Bloom Paper pack
Papericious Rose Wedding Paper Pack
Martha Stewart Score Board
Circle Cutter
Scissors
White Glue

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Love To Craft Challenge Blog


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Friday, September 1, 2017

Mixed media Altered Box for Scrappin 4 fun

Hello Friends,

Hope you are doing fine. We were experiencing flood like situation here in Mumbai with heavy rainfall and crazy wind. But people have learnt from the past and didn't take the risk of going out in water which is the best part. The school holidays extended that means no time for crafting and just playing whole day with my kiddo...

Amidst all this I take out time late at night to play with my scraps and today I am here with one of my already favorite altered art for Scrapping4funchallenges Blog. IThis is my first DT post for the challenge blog and I'm very excited to join the talented team.The theme this month is "Different Techniques" so I chose a Cell Phone box to alter and I used Stenciling, layering, Inking, dry brushing in the project.




For my box, I gave a coat of gesso then a scripture stencil. I used corrugated sheet, jute cord, art stones, net and chippies to create texture. 
I altered this box.


For coloring I used spray inks and chalk paint. I did dry brushing with gesso once I was satisfied with the coloring part.I used sea shells, Flowers, a metal clock, few pearls and beads here and there for embellishment. I did the same for the sides of the box as well some stenciling and paints.
for the bottom part, I only colored that after giving a coat of gesso. Some more pics ...













Our sponsor for this month is
 
If U like any specific Technique, Do participate to win some prizes from our sponsor.

Supplies Used:

Art Basic Heavy Gesso White
Cell Phone Box
Scripture Stencil
Rangers Texture Paste
Corrugated Sheet
Art Stones
Papericious Chip Board
Papericious Jute Cord
Net
Spray Inks
Itsy Bitsy Chalk Paint
Flowers
Sea Shells
Metal Charm
Pearls and beads

Hope You like my project. Don't forget to participate in the challenge.

I would like to enter the following challenges:

Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge Blog


Rhedd's Creative Spirit



Hugs,
Priya