Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Cute Projects: Mixed Media Layout & CAS cards

Hi folks!
Good Morning :)

Preeti Datta (aka Dutt Preety) here. Hope you've had a pleasant week :)

For today's post, I've prepared Three Cute Projects, one Mixed Media Layout and 2 Clean & Simple (CAS) cards. I've used Mudra's beautiful stamps, stencils, chipzebs, sequins & pattern papers. There is a pictorial with the step-by-step process used for the mixed media layout as well. So let's start :) 

1. Mixed Media Layout- Baby Girl

















Pictorial (with step-by-step process):

Step 1: Used Canson Watercolor Paper as the base, distressed it's edges and adhered it to a black chipboard, 12 by 12 inches in size (for strength). Then added colors and splatters to the background using various watercolors


Step 2: For the layering, created mats using pattern papers from Mudra's Beary Hugs Paper pack, distressed & darkened their edges. Also, fussy cut few cute bear images. 


Step 3: Did background stenciling using archival & distress inks and Mudra's Stencils: Falling Hearts, Falling Stars, Floral Mini 5 & Memory Dots Stencils.


Step 4: Started layering the elements, used 3d foam tape and chipboard pieces in between some of the elements for added dimension. Used gauze, threads, twines for extra texture and to create a sense of movement. 


Step 5: Collected a few of Mudra's beautiful chipzebs for layering (matching the baby girl theme) and colored some using distress inks. Used Mudra's Chipzebs- Teddy Bear, Spring Floral, Baby Girl, Baby Liner, Balloon Mini Shaker & Mini Hearts.


Step 6: Did background stamping using archival and dye inks & Mudra stamps- Old Macdonald, Stay Magical & Polka Dots. 


Step 7: Adhered the layers down. For added shine, adhered Mudra Couture Sequins: Sugar Plum Mix & Harvest Mix using Glossy Accents. In the end, created splatters using watered down white and black gesso.


2. Clean & Simple Card- Hello Sunshine




Process:

1. Die cut 3 circles using white cardstock, lightly blended yellow hues of distress inks onto the edges of the circles. 
2. Stamped the cute money images onto the circles using Mudra's 5 Little Monkeys Stamp & Versafine Onyx Black Ink. Adhered these to the A2 sized white card base.
3. Stamped the sentiment from Mudra's Hello Sunshine Stamp onto the card base, drew on scribbly black lines to emphasize the sentiment and added 3 enamel dots to finish the card. 

3. CAS One Layer Card- Bright & Happy Day




Process:

1. Used the negative of a circular mask to blend pink, blue and yellow distress oxides onto an A2 sized white card base. Splattered on water in some places & dabbed it off to create the look of oxidization on the colored circles.
2. Stamped on the cute animal images using Mudra's Old Macdonald stamp & Versafine Onyx Black ink. And then stamped on the sentiment using Mudra's Hello Sunshine Stamp.
3. For some sparkle, adhered on a few sparkly silver sequins using Mudra's Couture Sequins Harvest Mix.
4. In the end, drew on a scribbly, zig-zag, stitching border with a fine black pen. 

Mudra Supplies Used:



That is all for today :) Please don't forget to link up your gorgeous creations in the Mudra Challenge 25. There are beautiful prizes to be won & a chance to Guest Design as well!



India
Crafters Corner, India
Crafts Need
Hndmd
The Craft Shop
Anandha Stationary
Hindustan Trading Company
Starbox, Chennai
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore

International
Kat Scrappiness
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Papercurves, UAE
Vivian Crafts, UAE
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia
Wild Warehouse, UK
www.mudrastamps.in (Exclusively for International Customers)

Thanks a ton for your precious time :)
Stay Blessed
Preeti Datta (aka Dutt Preety)

Monday, 24 September 2018

Fun ways with Stencil

Hello everyone,

This is Gayatri from HandmadebyG3 with you today sharing three cards using the same two products from Mudra. I chose the Peony stencils and the Wishing you stamp set to make all the three cards.

Card 1: Sponging Inks over stencil


  •  I masked the leaves and sponged the flowers using distress inks in Abandoned Coral and Ripe Persimmon. Then masked the flowers and sponged the leaves with Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn distress inks.
  • Then I masked two inches of all four sides of the panel using masking tape and sponged Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean and Blueprint Sketch distress inks. I removed the mask to reveal a white border with blu sponged rectangle inside.
  • I simply stamped the sentiment using Black ink vertically. 
  • Then added white Nuvo crystal drops.




Card 2 :Adding details using colour pencils


  • I sponged the stencil covering the entire panel using Hickory Smokes distress inks very lightly.
  • Using grey colour pencil, I added details on the ink sponged images. I kept the colours monochromatic because I have created a background panel.
  • I then sponged the entire panel with Tumbled Glass distress ink very lightly.
  • Trimmed the panel and glued on card base
  • Stamped the big sentiment direct on the card using black ink.
  • The small sentiment I white heat embossed on white strip of cardstock and sponged Candied Apple distress ink.
  • Again a few Nuvo white crystal drops scattered near the sentiment to finish the card.




Card 3: Dry emboss the stencil and apply Perfect Pearls


  • I dry embossed the stencil on black cardstock panel.
  • Then rubbed versamark over the embossed image. Following which I applied Copper Perfect Pearl powder. This powder will stick to the versamark sticky ink. Brushed off the excess powder using dry brush.
  • I white heat embossed the sentiments from Wishing You stamp set on vellum paper and wrapped around the embossed panel and secured it behind.
  • This panel I adhered on black card base using foam adhesive. 
  • Nuvo white crystal drops to finish the card.




Hope you like these projects I shared today and give it a try. I have listed all supplies used below.

Products Used:




India
Starbox, Chennai
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore

International
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia

Have a wonderful day!

Gayatri

Saturday, 22 September 2018

Layered Floral Projects: Cards and Canvas

Hi Craftypeeps!

Good Morning! Hope you are having a great weekend!


Sathya from Paperie Expressions here today with few floral layered projects. 


Over to projects now.


Layered Roses card


This is the stamp which i had been waiting to ink and finally had a chance to do it after my long vacation at India. Tried No line coloring for this.







  • Took a watercolor paper and stamped using antique linen distress ink for achieving a no line coloring look.
  • Then colored using Zig clean color real brush pens.
  • Then layered it using Prisma colored pencils.
  • Stamped the sentiment from same stampset using black archival ink.
  • Added few clear droplets as accents.
  • Trimmed the card and matted with black cardstock.
  • Added the panel to the A2 sized kraft cardbase to finish the card.
Layered Anniversary card







  • Took a patterned paper to mat the A2 sized kraft cardbase.
  • Used Falling hearts stencil and light paste to create a background.
  • Added the fussy cut florals on the top and bottom of the front panel using foam adhesives.
  • Centrally placed a frame chipzeb and added a couple chipzeb over it.
  • Made a floral spray using sisal, leaf chipzebs few colored and few as such.
  • Added the gold heat embossed sentiment on the vellum to the panel.
  • Wording Chipzeb "Love' added near the floral cluster.
  • Thus, a simple layered floral card is ready.
MixedMedia Layered Floral Canvas










  • Took a 8" round canvas and white gessoed it.
  • Stenciled centrally with mandala stencil using White crackle paste.
  • Misted with series of LSG sprays to get the background effect.
  • Stamped the sentiment on to a pattern paper and topped with round chipzeb and spring floral chipzebs.
  • Added the focal panel centrally and added black sisal underneath.
  • Made the floral spray using flowers, leaves, chipzebs, and few fussy cut florals form patterned papers.
  • Added artstones of different sizes.
  • Randomly done stamping around the elements using black archival ink.
  • Tucked in few beige lace bits, and pink misted cheesecloth among the floral clusters.
  • Finally added fussy cut butterflies,mica flakes and few clear droplets as accents.
  • White gesso splashed liberally on the canvas and also dry brushed on all floral embellishments.
Hope you like all the projects.

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Products Used







Starbox, Chennai
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore

International
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia

Happy Crafting!
Sathya