Thursday, August 25, 2016

Sizzix | DIY Frame and a Box | Tutorial


Hello everyone! Today is my turn to make something for Sizzix.co.uk blog. Today I'm sharing a home decor - a DIY frame and a box made with the pattern papers and thinlit dies that comes with 


I have already shared a few projects made with this kit. You can find them here and here..

You can find the full details of this project HERE.

Kindly visit the blog and leave some love. Thank you so much for stopping by. See you soon! :)

Honey Bee Stamps - August 2016 Honey Hop


Hello Honey Bees! Welcome to the August release Honey Hop!!! If you arrived from Taniesa blog then you are on the right track!

All this week we have been showing you little sneaks of our awesome new stamp sets and dies! Tomorrow our new release goes live and to celebrate we are showing you some beautiful projects today!
In case you get lost, here is the blog hop order: 
Deepti (you're here)
Lisa (next stop)

I created a couple of cards for this hop! Thank you so much Honey Bee Stamps for inviting me as your guest. :)


To make this card, I took a standard sized white card base and ink blended the background with grey ink and added tiny droplets of Black Soot Distress Ink. I used the beautiful Zen Florals for my card today.


My stamps are on the way, by the way! Mean while I used the digital file that the Honey Bee Stamps sent me! I took a print out and colored the florals with Grape Jelly Ink from Memento, Peacock Feathers and Antique Linen distress inks and added Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen.


Next I stamped the sentiment from Happy Everything Stamp set with Archival Jet Black Ink.


Then I fussy cut all the images and adhered them on top and bottom with the help of foam tape and finally added clear sequins. 

Here is the second one and I used the same Zen Florals.


I took a standard sized card base and ink blended a tiny portion in the background with Mustard Seed Distress Ink and then added tiny droplets of Black Soot distress ink.


I then water-colored the images with Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade, Vintage Photo and Peeled Paint distress ink and adhered them in a cluster with the help of tombow glue!


Next I stamped the sentiment from the same Happy Everything stamp set with Archival Jet Black Ink and with a few clear sequins!


And that finishes the cards for today! 

Your next stop is gorgeous Lisa.

GIVEAWAY

What’s a Honey Hop without some sweet prizes, right? This time we not only have one awesome prize pack but TWO!! One winner will win our zen florals pack (Zen florals, Zen Bouquet, and each of their matching die sets) and our second winner will win our Alpha prize pack! (Color me alpha stamp set, sentiment alpha stamp set, and color me alpha die set). All you have to do to win is comment on the Honey Bee Stamps blog and again at each one of our designer’s blogs by Sunday August 28th. Winner will be announced on Monday August 29th at Noon PST. So Hop along and get ready to BEE inspired! 

Thank yo so much for stopping by. Bye!

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

A Doodle Card!


Hello everyone! It's been a while since I did some doodling! I really love adding tiny handmade elements/details for my cards. I hand drew everything with a black permanent marker and colored the fishes in Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink, the ground with Vintage Photo and the grass like thing with Peeled Paint Distress inks.


And at the bottom portion of the card I applied glue and poured some glass beads from Prima. These just look like clear stones under water! ;)


To spice up the fishes, grass and ground parts, I added Clear Wink Of Stella Pen. I'm very bad at fussy cutting and you can absolutely see that in this picture! ;)


Don't you love the background? I created it with Black Soot, Chipped Sapphire and Peacock Feathers Distress Inks and added tiny droplets of water to create some interest. I'm entering this card for Simon Says Monday Challenge - Go Fish.

Thanks for stopping by. Bye :)

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Honey Bee Stamps | Spotlight Designer


Hello everyone! I'm so honored to be a spotlight designer for the month of August for Honey Bee Stamps. I have shared this card on their blog featuring Country Wreath and Happy Everything stamp sets. These stamps are really gorgeous by the way! Please visit the blog for more details about this card and I have also shared a card processing video on how I put this card together.
Thank you so much Honey Bee stamps and team for having me! :) Take care and I will see you soon! 

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Season's Tweetings!


Hello everyone! I'm here to share a card made for Lawnscaping Challenge #136: Punny Time and for Ranganjali August Challenge - Your favoutite technique. My favourite technique is masking and stamping and recently I have fallen for die-cutting and water-coloring. 


CARD DETAILS

  • Take a standard sized white card stock
  • Create masks with post it notes.
  • Then stamp the leaves/feathers from Dream stamp set with Memento Rich Cocoa Ink
  • Mask the leaves and stamp it again
  • Then mask the leaves off and stamp the cute deer from Toboggan Together with the same brown ink, stamp another deer onto another piece of white card stock.
  • Now watercolor deer with Vintage Photo distress ink and leaves with Mustard seed, Picked Raspberry, Peeled Paint and Spiced Marmalade distress inks.
  • Then fussy cut the deer and adhere it on to the main card base with foam tape.
  • Just to pop up the images apply a bit of Black Soot Distress ink.
  • Finally Stamp the sentiment from Winter Sparrows

Thank you so much for stopping by. Take care and I will see you soon! :)