Monday, May 1, 2017

Happy birthday to Honey bee stamps


Hi.. Friends, this month at A Blog Named Hero we are collaborating with Honey bee stamps and the challenge is Water colouring.
Visit blog for more details on the challenge and team members take on the challenge.

Two things which i always avoid in card making are masking and water colouring, both tests my patience. But for this card I am combining both,
I used images from two stamp sets of Honey bee stamps.


Loved the out come of masking and stamping, it really makes happy to know the dimension we create on a plain ,flat paper.


Coloured image with zig markers.


Then I used Infinity die to cut the water coloured panel, then stamped sentiment from Hero arts birthday messages. There was so much going on the panel that I thought will keep the sentiment small and sweet. Foam mounted the panel on a Gray card base.


Here is the look

Hope you liked my take on the challenge. Visit A Blog Named Hero blog for more details about how to enter to the challenge.

Supply list


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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

You're a deer friend

Hi.. Friends..

I made this card a few days back. I used Your next stamp image and coloured with steadler water colour pencils. Sentiment is from same set.



Entering this card to

Addicted to stamps and more



Your next stamp

Penny black and more





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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Guest designing at CAS(E)

Hello, I am so excited to be part of CAS(E) as guest designer for the challenge #217


If you have not heard about this challenge then I highly recommend it to you, there will be awesome sketches every week.

Now coming to my take on the sketch

I placed a slightly smaller panel on the card base, stamped outline images from Altenew painted poppy set and stamped with grey ink from Altenew. Then I stamped remaining layers on the smaller panel with Altenew inks. Used grey ink to blend on the card base.

Stamped sentiment from another Altenew stamp with Altenew black ink. Felt like it got lost in flowers so I outlined the words which overlap, I have learnt this trick from Kelly Latevola. Used corner choper to round one corner, then foam mounted the panel on card base and added few clear sequins.


Supplies

Altenew painted poppy
Altenew painted greetings
Altenew red cosmos ink cube set
Altenew green fields ink cube set
Altenew summer night ink cube set
Altenew warm grey ink cube set

Entering this card to

Less is more #323 - Curve


Craft stamper magazine - anything goes

Fusion card challenge


Muse #211


Paru's card making challenge- Anything goes


Stamplorations theme and sketch challenge



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Monday, April 3, 2017

You're Fabulous

Hello, Welcome to my blog again. This month's challenge at A Blog Named Hero is up and here is my take on the challenge. Last week was A Blog Named Hero's 5th birthday and we had a huge bloghop, if you missed the event then no problem you can still have a look at all the projects of Day 1 & Day 2.



I firstly used a die to trace over on a white card panel which will guide me to stamp flowers. I used flowers from Hero arts Hello sunshine stamp and stamped them with black ink, used the same die which I used to trace and partial die cut the circle. I fussy cut the flowers which were inside the circle area.

Used Hero arts ink cubes to blend on the card base, stamped sentiment from Colour layering Flamingo.





Theme of this month's challenge over at A Blog Named Hero is FLORAL, so create your project with florals and link them to the challenge. And don't forget to use the logo of the challenge.