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Monday, 11 December 2017

Poinsettia 3 D Candle/ Tealight Holder!

Hello to everyone!
Happy Monday!

It's really exciting when you work with your own design stamp....Yes....Poinsettia Stamp!

  I created a beautiful Tealight Holder using pretty poinsettias and perfect for gifting too for the coming New Year.

This is a part of my DT creation for Peek-a-boo Designs.


1. Die cut 4 vellum sheets using double stitched rounded rectangles. 
2. Stamp and heat embossed the layered poinsettia in Metallic gold sparkle. Some more poinsettia flowers stamped to decorate my tray. Fussy cut and embossed them.

3. Added a plastic pipe to make it stand properly using Tacky glue. At all the side applied a pretty Poinsettia washi tape too. Heat embossed the Happy New year with the same gold sparkle.

4.I decorated the glass tray with poinsettias and some gold glittery wintery leaves.
5. And ready to warm up your room this coming New Year with this pretty tea holder!

Supplies used:
Vellum sheet
Stamp: Pretty Poinsettia from Peek-a-boo Designs
Dies: Double Stitched Rounded Rectangles
Washi Tape: Pretty Poinsettia
Wow embossing powder_ Metallic gold sparkle
Other supplies: Plastic pipes, Tacky glue, golden glittery leaves

Would love to enter my creation into the following challenges: /

Coffee hour list with Snowman!

Hello to all crafty peeps!
Happy Monday!

2017 WINTER COFFEE LOVERS BLOG HOP hosted by Very Talented Amy Tsuruta and Chaitali Narla! 

winter hop square with dates

Are you participating guys with such fun along with such fabulous prizes by all Super Sponsors! I totally amazed by all the inspirations and talented participants from all over the World!

I love to participate and always awaited curiously this fun challenge:) D

Christmas is around the corner and I created a cute snowman enjoying his coffee with his all daytime coffee hour list!!!

Here I used Winnie &Walter - In a word: Merry is such a great sentiment stamp set with all tiny elements.......Perfect for mixing and matching on Holiday cards!

Firstly I cut out a stitched circle and into the top centre of this circle I die cut a snowman.

I created my own texting on the entire card panel with Merry sentiments text and cute solid images in dual inking and embossed it with double stitching textures.

Popped up my circle with negative space.And completed it with cute sentiment coffee hour saying tag and a cute tiny cup and added the snowman arms and hat!
Added dotted enamel accents buttons and highlighted the white negative space to his buttons, embellished it with a glittery red border stitched circle. Then applying Nuvo crystal clear to create falling snow with the crackled snow bank. You can see clearly in the close-up pic below!

Love the dual shading in the bold word Merry!

I hope you like this fun creation with winter feel!

Supplies Used:
Cardstocks: Heavyweight 300 gsm whisper white CS, black glossy CS
Stamps: In a Word: Merry from Winnie &Walter; Coffee hour mini stamp from Simon says stamps
Dies: Crazy Double running stitch rectangle dies from Cutplorations; Rounded stitched circles from Peek-a-boo Designs; Sizzix Bigz die- snowman
Distress Ink: Fired Brick
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Nuvo drops: crystal clear White Bizzard
Enamel Accents: Black
Double shade baker twine
Pop dots

Would love to participate in the following challenges: am inspired by Shay- How beautifully she created her own text BG panel!!! waiting for the Holidays as per the theme, the colors, traditions, snow, celebrations, fun, winter !
                                           inspired by Holiday theme and cut snowman with all joy and cheer!
Challenge jc solid tree images

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Frosty mixed media style vintage card!

Hello to all!
Happy Wednesday!

Today I am presenting a true beauty of the Season with all joy and festivity! 

Hope you all are enjoying this beautiful winter season with a load of snow but where I live, I can't imagine the snow in Delhi (India). So tried to incorporate all the beautiful elements to represent this beauty with snow in Vintage style and Traditional colors!
This is my part of GDT post for Rainbowcraftykari, you can visit here.

I started by choosing the wooden papers from Papericious and lay them on a Kraft CS. For the focal panel, At the bottom added a crochet lace and tied a golden string with a pipe streamer.

Now die cut star shape from glitter and burlap sheet and added the star-shaped chipboard on it and created all the layers.

Love the intricate design of star showing all the layers!

Die cut some pine boughs leaves out of green glittered sheet, added some pom-poms, star buttons, rose mulberry flower along with glittered leaves.

Now at the top, I added a big jute flower along with 2 more small jute flowers and decorated them with adding different leaves, pom poms, string.

To finish it up added some snow paste with crystal clear powder and added number 25 out of a red pipe streamers.
Love the snowy and frosty look! Don't you!!!

Have a wonderful day!

Supplies used:

Cardstocks: Textured Kraft CS,
Glittered green foam sheet, Burlap sheet from Itsy Bitsy
Pattern paper: WoodenCollections from Papericious
Crystal clear Powder: Papericious
Aleene's True Snow paste
Glittered Star-shaped chipboard from Itsy Bitsy
Dies: Pierced Stars from Spellbinders, Pine boughs from Poppystamps
Red color pipe streamer from Itsy bitsy
Other supplies:  White pom poms, red mulberry roses, jute flowers, crochet lace, golden string, green felt leaves, red ball pollens and star-shaped wooden buttons from my stash

Would love to join some of the challenges: Love this festive moodboard with lots of eleements- I am inspired by the combo of red with white and pop of green elements too, traditional touch, so warm and winter feel! Let it snow! Let it snow! I am inspired by Traditional colors, star cookie, cozy elements, pine bough, joy and festivity! I am inspired by Traditional colors, snow, pine bough branches, strings
Challenge jc I am inspired by winters, snow, frosty elements!

Saturday, 2 December 2017

Dream moment black beauty Mixed Media Canvas!

Hello everyone!
Hoping all are enjoying your day!

This is a part of my DT post for Peek-a-boo Designs.
 When I saw a beautiful couple die in the New release at PABD, suddenly an idea occur why not make a different and unique mixed media canvas showcasing our Indian wedding couple, Indian culture, full of glamour, shine, showering with full of flowers, dreaming their new life to begin. 
Lot of thoughts behind to create the whole scene in my mind and Finally, this pretty canvas in blue hues with black and dreaming beauty bring a big smile on my face!!!
 I made this canvas for a newlywed couple to gift......Hope they will love it and can place their precious moment photo in the frame!

Warning: Picture heavy post!

I collected all the materials to give a whole new life to this canvas.


Firstly, I started with a frame because it has a mirror and you can put your memorable pics inside and interchange them:). And you can showcase as it is like a magical and dreamy scene, no need to put any picture then, both the alternatives! That's why I started with the frame. I applied black gesso all over it and fixed the glass inside.
using a beaded stencil, I started from both side top corners applying texture paste. Applied black gesso all over the canvas with sides too. Created more texture using a comb.

Now placed my photo frame, collected all the material and roughly put them on the canvas and took a photo. Placed a half doily chippie inside the frame, cover it with black gesso. Removed all the things and applied different art mediums to create my background in the tone of black, blue and gold touch! Now finally adhered the photo frame on the canvas peeking that doily behind.


Die cut the word sentiment 2 times out of a black glitter sheet. Die cut the wedding couple out of a black and blue glitter sheet to create bridegroom gown and one from thick sponge foam and adhered them as shown in the pic.


Assemble the whole scene using all materials like chippies, metal embellishments, different stones stacking and tucking in and under to create interest and textures and applied black gesso on all over it. Once that was all dry it's time to paint all the accents.


For the first time it was very fearful to paint all the beauty of a full black gesso, but then it's so interesting to show and highlighted all the details. The magic of opal colors created really a magical and dreamy scene with rich pigment and sparkly effect! Showed closer pics !!!


From different angles to represent of opal magic on black are poured completely in different ways, it's hard to grab in the frame all their depth).

This is my first ever fun try with black gesso, hoping you enjoyed this gorgeous creation, so excited to see your views:), I will really appreciate them!

I have made something completely different first time this month!

Supplies used:

10"x12" Canvas
Glitter sheets: Black and shiny blue
Dies: Wedding couple and word Cherish from Peek-a-boo designs
Stencil: Beaded from Peek-a-boo designs
Black Gesso- Liquitex
Embossing Paste: Papericious
Acrylic paints: Opal magic yellow-blue, violet-gold, pink-blue from Prima
Mica Powder- sunny yellow from Prima
Pigment powder- Cyan green, Acrylic Gel medium and silver hologram glitter, mulberry roses pack from 13@rts
Inka Gold- Platinum
Matte Mod Podge
Painter brush and more different brushes
Other supplies: Plastic frame, Mulberry flowers, chippies, metal charms, stones, rhinestones, Leaf brocade, beaded stones, resin embellishments, comb to create texture

Would love to enter my project into the following challenges: I am inspired by delicate elements, detailing work, magical effect of textures, colors, magical I am inspired by dreamy blue background, festive look, lamppost, sparkly, couples and It's a good chance to win your awesome products too!