Wednesday, 22 June 2022
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Tuesday, 7 June 2022
Cut a base of 8 1/2x11" out of cream card stock, score and fold to make a card base of size 8 1/2x6". Cut another cream card stock piece of 10x10" and create a shadow box of 6x6" size with 1/2" width. Use sheet 4A to cut a piece of 5 1\2x5 1\2” size, and adhere it to the inside part of the shadow box. Using sheet 3B from HCDP1-2140 - Mushroom Cottage Paper Collection, cut 2 piece each of size 8 1/8x5 7/8" and adhere them on the front and inside of the card. Use HCD1-7263 - Swirly Accent Spray Die to cut 4 corner die-cuts on cream card stock and adhere them on each of the corners inside the card base. Cut a piece of sheet 8B from the paper collection to size 6x6" and cut a 5 1\2" circle on the exact center, to create a window. Use HCD1-7212 - Petite Pocket Accents die on cream card stock and die-cut 4 pieces of the border. Using Aged Mahogany distress ink, sponge lightly on the edges of all the elements. Adhere 2 of the border along with the circle window on the shadow box and 2 on either end of the card base. Adhere the shadow on the center of the card front as shown.
Stamp several images using HCPC-3989 - Large Mushroom Cottage Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3990 - Mini Mushroom Cottages Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3991 - Mushroom Fairies Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3992 - Mushroom Cottage Accents Cling Stamp Set onto white card stock with Jet Black ink and the leaf accents with Fern green ink. Color all images using water colors and cut them using their coordinating dies. Sponge the edges of the leaf accents using Cobalt ink. For the large and mini mushroom cottages, stamp, color and cut all the images of the doors and windows. Using dries clear glue, add glitter on all the elements and tap off the excess. Arrange and adhere all these elements on the card front, using dimensional tape and hot glue.
Arrange these flowers on the card front as shown and adhere them using hot glue.
Tuesday, 31 May 2022
Hello and welcome my friends..
Today I'm sharing my first ever project as Design Team member of Heartfelt Creations.. I'm so excited to be a part of this team and hoping to share wonderful inspirations with you all in the coming year.
Today's project is using the Wild Poppy Collection and you can check for the direct link HERE along with the products used. Please do share your thoughts on this project, I would love to hear from you all..
Tuesday, 8 February 2022
Die cut the photo using a circle die, add another scallop circle frame die cut on cream card stock, sponge the edges with periwinkle ink and adhere it on the photo. Die cut 2 consecutive circles slightly larger in size than the photo,
Stamp few of the medium and small size Festive Poinsettia flowers on Floral paper using Fern Green ink, cut them using coordinating dies and sponge the edges with Periwinkle and Cobalt ink. Wet the petals and shape them using flower shaping tools and leave them for drying. Stamp few of the small Oakberry lane flowers on floral paper using fern green ink. Color them using sunflower ink,
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Hello all.. Sharing few of my Glass Painting collection... I created these paintings for my home as a decoration on ...
Hello everyone... I would love to share my new project here - an altered violin. I wanted a bit of dimension for the violin, so I glued a t...
Hello Friends... I'm sharing some new projects here, which I created for the monthly challenge by Expressions craft - #Challenge 11....