Thursday, 15 February 2018

Mixed Media - Door Hanger

Hello & welcome here!
Sharing a mixed media altered door hanger today.
Had started work on this a couple of weeks back & it was sitting on my table all this while, screaming to be finished. I totally loved the outcome - black & copper, a combination which always mesmerizes me!


The base textures are using tissue (the white ply left after all my decoupage projects!) & modelling paste. I used black soot chalk paint from Itsy Bitsy & the copper is metallic paste from Art C



The dream catcher is a chippie from Papericious. The flowers, butterfly & die cuts are from my stash. 



Some more mixed media projects are here, here & here. 

Sharing this at - 


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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Valentine Card with Gift Card Holder


Hello!

Valentine Day is round the corner & for my post today I have a super easy card with a gift card holder.


Supplies needed are - card stock, pattern paper, Love Foiled Paper variety pack, 3D Rolled Star Die Set, stamps, stamp block, double sided tape, foam squares, rhinestones 


Let me take you through the steps - 

Trim the red card stock to  41/4x11"


 Score at 2 1/4" & 5 1/2" on the 11" side


Fold as shown in the picture. Trim coordinating pattern paper for the inside & folded sides. Fold at the 2 1/4" score line to form a pocket on the inside. Use double sided tape on two sides to form the insert for the gift card.


Next we move on to make the front flap of the card. Die cut a large heart from red card stock & the next smaller size from pattern paper to layer over it. 


I have used the Love foiled Paper Variety pack to make a beautiful bow embellishment for my card. Die cut a couple of star templates using Rinea Foiled paper. Next trim off the sides of each segment as shown to form an asterisk like shape. 


 Roll the sides of the asterisk, layer them & add a rhinestone in the centre to make beautiful accent for the card front. 



Here are some more close ups of the card - 


The sentiment is from the Love Quotes stamp set by Joy Clair.



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Sunday, 11 February 2018

Smile!

Hello & Welcome back!

I am here with a card share after ages! 
I started my blogging journey with papercrafting & enjoy using stamps in card making. Those who follow me know about my passion for decoupage too. Since I plunged into decoupage, card making has been neglected & in 2018 I want to get back to stamping!
So here I am with 2 versions of the same card layout.
The fussy cut magnolias are images from Altenew colored with Zig Real Brush pens as a part of The Daily Marker 30 day Challenge.

Keot the background rather simple here.....some gold embossing & splatters. 







Participating in the following challenges - 
Craft Stamper - 21.2






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Monday, 5 February 2018

Scrapbook Layout with Bob N Betty "You N I" pack

Hello Friends!
I am back with a scrapbook layout using the latest release from Bob N Betty – “You n I” ………I am in love with this pack! Its color palette of peach, kraft, black and the ultra-trendy periwinkle is such a refreshing change from the usual reds & pinks!
I have used one of the pages from the pack as the base of my layout. For layering my picture I made an envelope also from a sheet in the pack & distressed some more pieces layering.


All the flowers layered together in a bunch here are fussy cut from the collage sheet
The pack also has loads of printed sentiments for cards, albums, layouts






The pastel colors makes  “You N I” pack versatile for all love theme  projects be it Valentine’s, wedding, engagements, anniversary or even birthday.
To purchase this paper pack, go to the sales buddies section of our website, choose a distributor near you and start shopping 

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Monday, 29 January 2018

Accordion Tag Mini Album

Hello Friends!
Welcome back.....sharing my inspirational post for the Rinea blog this month.
I am amazed everytime I work with Rinea foiled paper be it die cutting, SVG files, stamping, 3D projects, bags, boxes, banners.......this unique foiled paper never fails.
Look at the magic created by combining the foiled paper with pattern paper in this mini album. 
Here is how I made this accordion pocket mini album.
Gather your supplies -  For this mini album, I am using Rinea foiled paper Jewel Variety Pack & Peacock Variety pack, pattern papers, chipboard, standard envelopes (10x4.5"), trimmer, scale, glue, tacky tape, embellishments.
Trim off the flaps of the envelopes to measure 6.25". I am using six envelopes. You can seal the trimmed flaps with double sided tape & make another smaller album.
Next trim the -
card stock - 4 1/4x6.5" - 6 pieces
Pattern paper - 4x6.25 - 6 pieces
Chipboard - 5x7.5" - 2 pieces, 1.5x5" - 2 pieces, 2x5" - 1 piece

Now we prepare the album covers. This is how we place the chipboard & make the cover with cardstock. 

Using red tacky tape to glue the cardstock to the chipboard

To make the accordion pockets glue the trimmed envelopes as shown here - 

Glue the first & the last envelopes to the insides of the album covers & the accordion pockets are ready. To make the tags, decorate with pattern paper & embellies as desired.

Here are images of the finished album - 




 have made a magnetic closure for this tag album.



Love the combination of the foiled paper with pattern paper, classy & elegant!

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Thursday, 25 January 2018

Z fold Spinner Cards

Hello Friends!
I am at the Bob N Betty blog today. Hope you are enjoying the “Little Wonderland” inspiration posts by my teamies. This is such a balanced & well coordinated set designed for all sorts of creations - mini albums, cards, layout & such.
I particularly love the critter collage sheet in this pack & noticed some critters are mirror images. I fussy cut these to use them as floating critters in Z fold spinner cards.


These are side folding cards measuring 4 1/4x5 1/2". I have glued the pattern paper with an oval window panel to the card stock base, each in a color coordinating to the design paper. The sentiment was stamped on a die cut oval, a size smaller than the window.


For the spinning element, I glued the mirror image pairs back to back with the string between them. The critters spin when you open the card. Aren't these fun!








That’s it for today.

Remember you can purchase all the beautiful Bob n Betty products from our  Sales Buddies and  share your gorgeous creations on our Facebook group Bob n Betty Buddies.

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