Friday, 20 October 2017

Quick Cards for DIWALI

Hello Everyone,

This is Zalak and Wishing you A Very Happy Diwali and a prosperous new year to you and your family. Today I am sharing some last moment quick cards.

Let have some step by step tutorial.

STEP : 1

For base, I have taken some watercolor cards, stencils, stamps and distress oxide inks.


Above two cards are blend with distress oxide and stencils, left bottom corner is just stamp and colored it with zig clean brush markers, and last right corner card is made with stencil and stamped with gold embossing powder and blend it with distress oxide.

STEP : 2

For next step, I stamp some images and colored it with zig clean brush markers and fussy cut it.

All the sentiment stamped on vellum paper and heat emboss it with gold embossing powder.



STEP : 3

Now I have started assembling all cards with my background base and fussy cut stamped images.

First Card: 





Second Card:




Third Card:





Fourth Card:



Fifth Card:




Isn't it quick and simple cards? I hope I have inspired you today, hop on our blog for more inspiration from our other DTs.

I would like to see all your creations at our on going challenge #14.



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Papercurves, UAE
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Love,
Zalak

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Festive colors and Inspirations!

Hi, everybody! Today with you Ekaterina Oleynik.

I was so inspired by design of new stamps and so created four cards for you.  




  • For the first card I stamped on white cardstock the boarders from the new "Madhubani Borders" stamp set and colored with markers. 
  • Closed a border a paper adhesive tape and tinted a background Distress ink of two colors.  
  • Added sentiment at first of black color, and then having a little displaced a stamp aside made a hot embossing of an inscription white powder.   




For the second card I used a blue cardstock.  Then I tinted a background with Disterss ink and stencil.  Also I tinted edges. At the end I added sentiment.  




  • For the third card I took watercolor paper and stamped the carnation on the using Versamark Ink.  Embossed it with the white embossing powder. 
  • Colored flowers and background with dry inks
  • Then, stamped sentiment .  
  • At the end, added Neon Green Couture Sequin Mix.



  • For the fourth card  I attached the opposite side of the stamp to an acrylic block.  On white preparation for a card I stamped circles of different colors
  • After that stamped the exact design of a stamp patterns on the center of circles. 
  • On a color cardstock, made sentiment with white heat embossing. 
  • Decorated the card with color drops.

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Hndmd
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Anandha Stationery
Hindustan Trading Company
Kat Scrappiness
Art and Craft Store - Noida
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Papercurves, UAE
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Diwali Cards

Welcome friends to a picture loaded Diwali post. All these cards are created using the brand new Diwali release from Mudra.

Card 1



 - On a Neenah Card Stock panel stamp the Diwali Layer Stamp set using Sunflower and Leaf Archival Ink.
 -  Layered the first panel on a red card stock. Stamp small diya on the corners.
 - Gold embossed the sentiment.

Card 2


  - The Corner Filigree is gold embossed.
  - The Diya is stamped using layered stamp set.
  - Created a border with the small element from the stamp collection using leaf sentiment.

Card 3



     - This card is little offbeat from usual Diwali Colors. To celebrate noise free and Green Diwali, used all leaf stamp from Mudra and repeatedly stamped using various shades of green ink.
    - Die the border with a decorative border die from my stash.
    - Finished the card with Diwali Sentiments using Archival Vermilion Ink.

Card 4


 - The panel is created smudging some distress ink.
 - Gold embossed the Tall Diya, used it as a slim panel on a gold card stock.
 -  The panel is layered on an other panel which is stamped again with some stamp elements.

Card 5


 - Created a panel using a stencil from Mudra. On which stamped the bold stamp using Archival black ink.
 -  Layered the panel at the center on a background red card stock.
 - Created a top and bottom border using the small diwali stamp elements.

Card 6



 On a White card stock did some layered stamping and created a toran at the top of the card.
- Gold embossed the bold Happy Diwali and double layered on a gold card stock.
- Double layered on a gold card stock



 
 
 

Would love to see what you create and participate in our ongoing challenge HERE.


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