Saturday, 24 March 2018

Embellishments and passport covers

Hi everyone,
I hope you are doing great.

Meher here back with a new post on Embellishments and passport covers.

Every crafter loves handmade embellishments and I love and I go crazy while creating my own embellishments. The moment I received my DT package, I looked for this stamp set and the first thing that came on my mind looking at Mudra cheers stamp set was to create embellishments. I love this stamp set more than anything. I have also created some passport covers for kids using beary hugs paper pad from Mudra. The papers and especially the characters in the collection are damn cute and kids love them. So, I thought of creating something for kids this time. I have step of step instructions with pictures attached below.
I hope you all like it.

Embellishments:
These are the four pretty embellishments that I created using my favorite stamp set from Mudra. These embellishments are ready to use can be used on cards, tags, scrapbooks, boxes etc.




How to create:
1. Get your stamp set out! Place your stamp on an acrylic block (or stamping platform) and spread archival ink on the rubber side of the stamp.
2. Stamp it on some papers from stash.
3. Fussy cut using Tim holtz scissors for good edges.
4. Distress them using tea dye ink
5. Pick some mulberry flowers, glitter and pearl beads to embellish the stamped images.
6. Pick some sentiments tiles and stamp some sentiments to give the perfect look. I have stamped some sentiments from the same Mudra stamp set and used them on my embellishments.
7. Stick the pearl beads and other elements using glossy accents and your embellishments are ready to use.

I have attached some pictures I captured while I was creating these embellishments.




Passport covers:
I have created some passport covers using Beary hugs paper pad. I have fussy cut this cute image from the collection and used it on my cover. This is a shaker passport cover and it perfectly suits for kids. Below I have attached more covers using different images and papers from the collection.






Do participate in this months challenge which is all about making a project using any line from the Tic tac toe grid made by Sathya! Find the details about the challenge here.


Products used:


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

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