Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Door Hanging and Card

Hello Crafty Folks!
Good morning.

Uma here from little Rosebud Craft. Hope you all are busy in Diwali preparations. On Diwali, we crafters want to decorate our house with handmade stuff but we have plenty of time. Mudra launched amazing stuffs for Diwali which makes our work easy. Do you know these stuffs can be used for decorative stuff instead of only making cards. Now you can easily make rangolis, torans, wall hangings, subh labh and many more. I have created a wall hanging for Diwali using Mudra's die.
My teammates already uploaded projects for Diwali. Did you check their post? Don't forget to check Gayatri, Preety, NandiniSharada and Sathya 's post. More ideas are on their way also. Keep creating and fill this Diwali with handmade love.

Door Hangings :

  • Cut a piece of gold glitter cardstock. 
  • Cut a circle using circle die as shown in the picture. 
  • Glue a acetate sheet on the back side of cardstock. 
  • Cut a glitter sheet using Mudra's Diya die and also a piece of gold shimmer cardstock. 
  • Glue both pieces together using glue that dries clear. 
  • Glue Diya on the acetate sheet.  
  • Decorate the diya with stone chain. 
  • Glue half cut pearl and silver stone chain on the edges of the square piece. 


  • Take a piece of peace pearl cardstock.  Apply white texture paste using Mudra's Blossom stencil. 
  • Apply vintage pearl embossing powder on the texture paste and heat emboss it using heat gun.
  • Apply glue on the flowers and add micro pearl on the flowers.
  • Cut gold foil cardstock using Mudra's Diwali die and glue it on the card as shown in the picture.
  • Stamp Happy sentiment using versamark and heat emboss it with gold embossing powder and glue it as shown.
  • Layer the card on the gold foil cardstock and also layer on gold shimmer cardbase.
Don't forget to participate in our current challenge "Inktober" and stand for a chance to win your favourite Mudra Products. 

Also create projects on Diwali theme using Mudra's products and win amazing goodies.  Details in graphic.

Products used :

Starbox, Chennai
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore

The Craft Store, Srilanka
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia (Exclusively for International Customers)

Thanks for stopping by
Eagerly waiting to see your creations

Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Festive Colors : Diwali Cards

Hi Friends,

Sathya here from Paperie Expressions. Diwali is round the corner and the recent Mudra launches are creating a buzz in craft community. Did you check the new release of Diwali dieset and Diya dieset. They are screaming Festive. These pair with Diwali stamp set and also these cards can be paired beautifully with our last year's Diwali releases. Check out all those with our retailers and try to book yours before they are sold out!

My teamies are filling up this blog with such awesomeness using new Diwali releases. Don't forget to check projects of Gayatri, Preety, Nandini, Sharada. Each project gives immense ideas for making Diwali projects.

Over to projects,

Made 3 simple Diwali cards in CAS style.

Card 1

  • Have used new Diwali dieset, new Diwali stampset and last year's Diwali sentiment stampset.
  • For the background, used Distress oxides in shades of yellow, orange, pink.
  • Flicked some water to get molted effects.
  • Matted the focal panel on mirror gold cs and matted over the white A2 sized cardbase.     
Card 2

  • Used new release Diya die set in this card and also the sentiment from new stamp release Diwali Decorations.
  • The background is made using various alcohol inks in shades of yellow, orange, red, and applied gilding gold flakes at the end to highlight.
  • Matte the panel over mirror gold cs and topped on cream color A2 sized cardbase.
Card 3

  • This card used the new release of Diya die set and the stampset.
  • The background is by alcohol inks and gilding gold flakes.
  • Matted the panel over the mirror gold cs and then to light kraft cardbase.
That's all from me for today. These simple CAS cards can be mass produced. The newer release Diwali and Diya dieset are such great additions to your Diwali craft stash.

Play along our current challenge Inktober and stand for a chance to win some of your fave Mudra goodies.

You have 1 more chance to add Mudra goodies to your stash. Details in the graphic, check and play along with fun!


Starbox, Chennai
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore

The Craft Store, Srilanka
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia (Exclusively for International Customers)

So what are you waiting for?! Join in the fun and try your luck!

Happy Crafting!

Thanks for stopping by!

Sathya xo

Monday, 22 October 2018

A set of Diwali cards!

Good day everyone! Hope you are having a great start to your week. Gayatri from here with you today. I apologise for my late post today. Just got mixed up about the dates. Anyway here I am with a bunch of Diwali cards to share.

But first, have you entered your project for the Diwali card making contest? All details are below.

So make sure you have a cuppa ready and enjoy my set of Diwali cards. 

  • On this card, I used the new Diwali release dies. The Diya die and the Diwali die.
  • For the background, I used distress inks and the Rangoli stencil. The colours of distress inks I used are Wilted Violet, Picked raspberry and Abandoned Coral.
  • I chose the traditional rich colours plus the gold glitter to add to the festivity of Diwali. These colours reminds me of traditional Kanchepuram silk sarees.
  • Finally some gold stickles to embellished the card.

Here are some closeups of the card.

This is the first card I made in this set. I like it so much a made a set of four similar cards. 

Card 1

Card 2

  • I kept the background same distress ink colours to the first card. They are Wilted Violet, Picked Raspberry and Abandoned Coral. 
  • I used Rangoli stencil and sponged the same inks to add interest to the background.
  • The solid Diya dies are die cut on carstock sponged with yellow distress inks and layered with the detail die, die cut using the gold glitter cardstock.
  • The Diwali die is die cut using black cardstock and layered with the backer die die cut in yellow cardstock.
  • The Happy sentiment is from Diwali Decoratives stamp set which I gold heat embossed on a strip f the black cardstock.
  • The card is embellished in gold sequins.

Card 3

Card 4

  • I changed up the colours on the background and on the Diya to make another two card. 
  • I went with pinks and reds for the background. 
  • The distress inks colours I used are Picked Raspberry, Candied Apple, Abandoned Coral and Barn Door. 
  • For the  Diya, I used Mustard Seed, Fossilised Amber, Ripe Persimmon and Twisted Citron.

All the supplies I used to make these cards are listed below.



That is all from me today. Hope you are inspired by my Diwali projects today. Don't forget about the Inktober challenge. Make sure you link up your projects.

Starbox, Chennai
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore

The Craft Store, Srilanka
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia (Exclusively for International Customers)

Thanks for visiting. Have a lovely day!