Thursday, 12 October 2017

Diwali Gift Combo with Mudra

Hello All,

Ria on this side. Today I have brought an array of projects made with Mudra supplies.

This is gonna be a long post with a lot of pictures, kindly have patience till the end of the post.

Without wasting time, let us move on to the projects.

Project 1 (Card):



  • I have first stamped Ganesha image, colored it with Zig clean real markers, fussy cut it.
  • I have taken a Kraft cardstock and blended white pigment ink with a handmade stencil to make rays.
  • I have stamped and embossed the sentiment from Diwali Sentiment Mini with white.
  • Lastly, finished up the card with Gold Couture Sequin Mix.

Project 2 (Bookmark):


Here, I have made two bookmarks with the diwali release.
  • I took a yellow piece of cardstock and blended distress ink through Mandala stencil.
  • I have stamped the image from Diya Mini and colored it.
  • The sentiment is from Festival of lights stamp set.
  • For the second bookmark, I took a maroon cardstock and blended white pigment ink as shown in the picture.
  • Then, I have stamped the image from Diwali Decors, fussy cut it and stuck it on the bookmark.
  • I have embossed the sentiment from Deepavali set thrice with different colors.

Project 3 (Gift Tags):




I have made several mini gift tags measuring approx 2 square inches. For these I have used sentiments and images from Deepavali, Diya Mini, Diwali Sentiments, Festival of lights, Ganesha, Diya mini and diwali sentiment. Probably, I didnt leave any set to make all of them!


Have a look how I have used them: 


This is a candle holder I have made and I am gonna use these tags for each holder.


Project 4 (Teacup Coasters):


I had shared similar coasters earlier, but I felt this should be a part of a gift combo.

I have taken MDF coasters and coated it with White Texture Paint. After it got dried, I applied blue acrylic color through Mandala Stencil. To finish it up and to make durable, I have applied coats of Decoupage glue and Varnish.

Project 5 (Gift Box):

I have made a simple box from Metallic Cardstock.

  • For the banner, I have stamped the image from Badge with blue dye ink and colored it with color pencils.
  • I have used the sentiment from Diwali Sentiments and the mini diya from Diwali Sentiment Mini.

Take a look whats going to be inside this box:



The Total Gift Combo:


Supplies used:

         

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

9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous set of projects...Beautiful coloring on first card...jus looted my heart!! Great ink blending and color schemes, Ria :)

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  2. Wow Ria - amazing work. The first card is my favourite - the embossed sentiment looks so dimensional and you made the sunray stencil? - wow love the effect on this card.

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    1. Yes dear! I have made the sunrays stencil with acetate sheet. Thanks much ❤

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  3. Wow!! Gorgeous work Ria!! Loved all of them <3 Awesome creativity!

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  4. Really fantastic,I especially love your card design!

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