Monday, June 25, 2018

Ice Cream - Card for Make My MOnday

Hello Friends,
Today I'm sharing my card for Make My Monday Challenge blog and the theme for Challenge # 74 is Ice Cream.
Such a beautiful and unique theme and we all love it.

I made this card using Shaker element as the top of the ice cream and corrugated sheet for the base. Both pieces are colored with acrylic paint.
Hope you like it.
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Supplies Used:

White Cardstock
Papericious Pattern Paper
Papericious Shaker chipboard element
Papericious Shaker element Vintage and it's a boy
Little Birdie Corrugated Sheet
Little Birdie Seed Beads
Foam Tape


Friday, June 22, 2018

Birthday Card for Scrapping4fun

Hello Friends,

I am back with a card today for my DT post at Scrapping4fun Challenge blog.
The theme for the challenge #118 is "Birthday with Bling" and I made this card using beautiful Digi stamp from our sponsor Cute As a Button

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

My Experiments with Itsy Bitsy's Mica Flakes and Embossing Texture Paste

Hello Friends,

Today I'm sharing some interesting facts and fun projects with Itsy Bitsy's new launched products that were sent to me. 

First of all, I must say, Itsy Bitsy is brining a range of out of the world Mixed media products which can be used in various ways. I am really excited for today's post as I was also using these for the very first time.

Let's Start with the facts about these products...

Embossing Texture Paste: I received this Avocado Smoothe Embossing paste and the color is really pretty. This looks similar to texture paste but a little thinner than that. You can directly apply on any surface... it works well on various bases paper to wood or you can use a stencil to get desired design.
You can use it with a brush or a pallete knife. When you apply heat on it, the color lightens a bit and the bubbles look amazing.

Remark: This product has versatile use. You can control the bubble effect by application of the paste ( how thin or thick ) and heat setting ( high or low). You can see the below projects and check how different the bubbles look. 
Also it can add beautiful texture to any mixed media project.

Mica Flakes: I received the Silver Mica flakes which also can be used in multiple ways. This has a clear shine and can be cut into smaller pieces to add to your projects. You can also mix them with gesso or gel medium to give texture to your projects. You can color them and make your projects beautiful.
Remarks: I really love the shine. Also I used it to get some texture on my project.

Isn't the shine lovely on the hearts here

For this card, I used the base I created using Embossing texture paste. I glued the Mica flakes on the wooden Heart pieces. Distressed the edges of the card and adhered it on a green Card base.

Using both the products, I made this small tutorial. I took this raw MDF base and using grainy texture paste, created some texture on the background.

I adhered the resin window on the base and gave a coat of white gesso. Then I created a tree using tissue papers and gave a coat of Embossing texture paste using a brush.

I left to naturally dry a bit for half an hour and then heat set to get the bubble effect. And it looks totally amazing. Then I adhered some Mica flakes as the leaves and covered the surface with black gesso.

As I decided to make a night scene, I cut a small cardboard in the shape of a moon and adhered the mica flakes on it. Also covered it with black gesso.

Once it is completely dried, I dry brushed the project with Silver metallic paint. And this is how the final project looks like.

Hope you like my project.

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Monday, June 11, 2018

Card for Make My Monday

Hello Crafty People,

Today I'm at Make My Monday Challenge Blog with my DT post.
This time the theme is "emboss Resist"
Heat embossing is a very popular techniques for card making and one of my favorites too.

For making this card I took a water color paper measuring 4"*5" and using this beautiful  leaf stamp set from Mudra, made some impressions with Versamark clear ink.
Then I heat set it with white embossing powder.
For the resist I applied distress inks and the final result is 

Hope you like my project. Do participate in the challenge and visit the blog for more beautiful DT inspirations.

Supplies Used,

white cardstock
Watercolor Paper
Distress Inks
Mudra Leaf Stamp Set


Friday, June 8, 2018

Summer Card for Scrapping4fun

Hello Friends,

Today I'm at Scrapping4fun Challenges Blog with my DT post for the challenge #117 where the theme is summer. 
While I'm writing this post for summer card, monsoon already arrived at my door here in Mumbai and the weather is nice and cool. It's a bit of relief from the scorching heat but it's not a ad idea for a pool party and my son so loved the image that he colored 3 of them and I really loved his designs where he colored the zebra yellow... ha ha

So my card looks like this

I used the beautiful stamp from Fabrica Fantasy who is also the sponsor for the challenge.
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