Tuesday, 20 September 2016

August Release - Peacock and Playful Bunnies

Hello Readers!

It's Priya here from Priya-n-papers. August release is here and all DT members are already rocking each blog post with their awesome inspirations. Today is my turn to inspire you with beautiful Mudra stamps from August release. Let's get started!

Card 1 : Feathers Shaker Card 

 Procedure :
1. Take A2 piece of watercolor cardstock and stamp peacock feather image on 2 sides with clear embossing powder. I also stamped the sentiment and little elements the same way.
2. Heat emboss the stamped cardstock with white embossing powder. You can also get the same effect with clear embossing powder as the base is white.
4. Distress the panel with different distress inks.
5. To make shaker section, I die cut a window with square stitched die and used acetate sheet and some gold sequins to complete the shaker.

Card 2 : Beautiful Peacock


 1. For this card I stamped the peacock feather image multiple times on Tim Holtz watercolor panel with clear embossing ink and heat embossed it with silver embossing powder
2.  I then used distress inks to color each stamped image. I used colors of a real peacock feather for ink blending.
3. I did some fussy cutting here for each feather image and adhered it to a white piece of cardstock in multi layer style to make it look like a peacock with its beautiful feathers spread.
4. I completed the card by adhering the body of peacock and with a nice sentiment that came in the same stamp set. I kept the body of peacock white to match up with the upper white portion of the card

Here is closeup with silver embossing powder shinning.
Stamp Used : Peacock 
Card 3 : Bunny wishes

Procedure :
1. Take A2 piece of watercolor paper and distress it completely with Hickory Smoke Distress ink
2. I added some glitter by using pink glitter embossing powder and a big polka stencil. Heat embossed only a section of the panel to create center stage of the card
3. On a separate piece of cardstock I stamped various bunnies and colored them with zig clean clear brush markers and blended it with water for a lighter shade.
4. I fussy cut and adhered the colored images on the edges of the distressed panel and cut out the extras that were falling off the edges.
5. For center stage, I added bunny with a gift and added bunny wishes sentiment and it's done!

Card 4: Bunny Hugs

Procedure :
1. To make this card I used MFT die-namics and distressed the various piece in some playful colors.
2. I again colored and fussy cut the bunny images and put it on 2 square with some hearts stamped in the middle one.
3. At the bottom green die-cut I added my sentiment and put together all the die-cut pieces.

Stamps Used : Playful Bunnies

I hope you liked all the cards I created. if interested, you can buy the stamps from any of the following craft stores :
  1. The Craft Shop 
  2. Lulupu - The Craft Lounge 
  3. AnandhaStationery 
  4. CraftAdda
  5. Kat Scrappiness USA
Thanks for reading!

Hope you have a wonderful crafty day ahead.



  1. Beautiful peacock cards and such cute lil bunnies :) Love them all :)

  2. Super cute bunnies & love your use of peacock feathers dear :) they are brilliant :) :)

  3. Beautiful cards, Priya. Love the wonderful play of colors here!!!

  4. Absolutely wonderful creations Priya! Love the feathered peacock and cute little bunny creations!

  5. fabulous cards and the shaker card is gorgeous. Loved the color combo.

  6. Wow what a fun way to use the stamp sets Priya!! Absolutely lovely cards!

  7. Lovely n cute cards. That shaker card is gorgeous with awesome colors. And my bunnies...awwwwww!!!! So sweet n cute. Lovely coloring again. Thank you Priya for this bunny wishes n hugs! ❤️

  8. Beautiful cards Priya.! The bunny oned are tooo cute :) <3

  9. wonderful cards Priya !! loved the festive look of shaker card a lot n the ones wuth bunny are cute !

  10. Namaste, Priya! So beautiful cards!!! Wondrful print! I love this is stamp so much! First shaker cards - this is dream. Me to wont this is stmap! How much your products are still not sold in Russia?