Thursday, 5 October 2017

Guest Designer - Neha Parab

Hiya!!! 

I am Varshitha here with a Guest Designer - Neha Parab. 
Neha is a software professional living in US  and I should tell her passion towards crafting is amazing. She has frequent blogposts with pretty CAS Cards and projects. We are so happy to have her in Mudra blog today!! 




Hello Everyone!!!
This is Neha Parab. I blog at Completely Handmade... I am really excited  as I am the Guest Designing for Mudra Stamps!  Thank you very much Varshitha &  the Mudra Stamps team for the wonderful opportunity!!!  I just love the Mudra stamps because they have awesome designs and the images are always crisp. Card #1  Using Diwali Decors Layering Stamps : 


  1. Started by stamping the garlands, diya & sentiments from the Mudra's Diwali Decor set on Strathmore Bristol paper card panel using Simon Says Stamp Hybrid Ink cubes (Orange Slush, Lemon Zest) & Papertrey Ink Dye ink cubes (Harvest Gold, Classic Kraft, Dark Chocolate, Pure poppy, New Leaf).
  2. Attached the red cardstock panel to add a border.
  3. Then finished the  card by attaching the entire card panel to an A2 sized top folding card base and adding Mudra's Gold Couture sequins.
Card #2  Using Deepavali Stamp set


  1. For this card I started by ink blending using a few Distress ink mini cubes (Mustard Seed, Spice Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon, Candied Apple). 
  2. Applied Versamark ink on Cuttlebug Damask Decor embossing folder did some emboss folder stamping and then added gold heat embossing to it.
  3. On a separate beige panel, I swiped Versamark inkpad on the edges and added gold embossing powder to create a gold background.
  4. Stamped the sentiment & diya from the Mudra's Deepavali Stamp set in Versamark ink, heat embossed it in gold & colored the diya using Zig Clean Color Real brush pens.
  5. Diecut the sentiment on a Spellbinders Tranquil Moments die set.
  6. Also die cut a square using Spellbinders Fluer De Lis Square die set & used it as a background for the diya image.
  7. Foam mounted the diya & sentiment on the background panel. 
  8. Assembled the card by attaching all the card panels over an A2 sized top folding card base.
Card #3  Using Deepavali Stamp set

  1. I started by stamping the Lamp and Rangoli iamges from Mudra's Deepavali Stamp set and sentiment from Mudra's Diwali Sentiments stamp set on colored card stock using Versamark ink. and added gold embossing on to it.
  2. Later colored the insides of the lamp using Finetec gold palette
  3. Then attached all the layers using glue on Beige colored A2 sized top folding card base.
I hope you all liked it. I would love to hear back from you all.
Thank you very much for taking your time to notice it. Hope to hear again from all of  u soon. Till then take care. :) "

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Wow...Such Festive cards!!!  We absolutely loved the fresh look of these colorful cards which depicts the festive mood so wonderfully. Thanks So much, Neha.

Don't forget to play along our Current challenge, Festive colors. We have series of DT inspirations on the forthcoming days, to inspire you abundantly!!
Play along and join in the fun


Love,
Varshi

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

6 comments:

  1. Superb festive cards! Love all of them

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  2. Neha what a beautiful range of cards. I especially love those with the layering stamp set - just gorgeous!

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  3. Fabulous Festive inspirations, Neha!!! Congrats on your GD gig!!

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  4. Gorgeous designs, I love them all!

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  5. Awesome inspiration Neha! The cards are really gorgeous!

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