Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Three cards in bright colors.

Hi, everybody! 

Am Ekaterina Oleynik here. And I have prepared for you a new portion of inspiration for the June Monthly challenge: Mudra Challenge #10 - Triple Time Stamping/Stenciling


For my first card, I used Mandala Stencil




1. By means of a regional die cut I cut out three details different in height.
2. I have put details in the necessary order and I have connected on temporary glue.
3. Distress ink I tinted a detail through a Mandala Stencil
4. I have pasted each detail on a foam adhesive tape.
5. I have added sentiment from Wishing You Stamp set

Second card.


1. On a white cardboard I have made a heat embossing white using Pixel stamp.
2. I have drawn and coloured with markers the scheme for an embroidery in different corners of a card.
3. On a pink cardboard I have made a heat embossing of a “wishing you every success" of a set of stamps Wishing You




1. On a white cardboard I have made a heat embossing pink powder using a set of stamps "Simple flowers"
2. Using Distress ink I tinted a card
3. On a card I have made a heat embossing of “Happy"of a set of stamps Purely sentiment -Brush.

 Products Used:
    
Mudra stamps are now available at the following Retailers:

Art and Craft Store - Noida
Hindustan Trading Company, Chennai
The Craft Store, Srilanka 
Papercurves, UAE

9 comments:

  1. All are so pretty, especially love the bright Pixel one!!!

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  2. All the cards are drop dead gorgeous....awesome
    Hugs
    Mukta

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  3. Beautiful cards there Ekaterina!!

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  4. All the cards are very pretty. Love the idea of embroidery using the stamp, very creative.

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  5. What gorgeous cards!! Wish I could own that super pretty embroidary one!! Excellent

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  7. Fantastic cards, love all of them! If I had to choose a favourite, I'd go for the second card, but they're all great!

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