Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Floral Love!!

Hey there! This is Ruchi from Ruchi's Crafeteria..! 
Hope you all are doing good and enjoying your crafty space.  :)
Today I'm sharing some ideas to stretch your stamps, which is our this month challenge theme as well. :)
I've stretched some floral stamps of Mudra and created some Cards and Gift Wrapping Papers. Usually we used our floral stamps for creating cards or watercoloring. But you can use them just as a print to create some beautiful wrapping papers when you are out of stock of them. I have used tiny stamps too which are sometimes neglected or sometimes we don't get easy ideas to use them on our projects.
In my today's post..you can find the direct use of the stamp set and a stretched way too. So let's start ..( picture heavy post)
Project 1- Gift Wrapping Papers

These are some Wrapping papers which I've created using various Mudra stamps.  Changed some of them into Pillow Shaped gift/candy boxes. Instead of creating a normal card..I've print them on a thin cardstock and fill the gaps using tiny shapes from different stamps.
*Wrapping Paper 1


  • For this print, I've used one of our June released Mudra- Fresh Cut Roses stamp set. 
  • Stamped this bold and big flower cluster on a very light shade of violet cardstock using black ink.
  • For filling the gaps..I picked Mudra- Begonia Layers and Mudra- Leaves stamp sets and stamped some flowers and leaves with various inks.
  • Used my Pillow Box Punch Board to create that box.
  • Added Mudra- Mini Flower Chipzeb and a ribbon from my stash.
*Wrapping Paper 2



  • For this print used Mudra- Interactive Cards stamp set and placed the full stamp set directly on my cardstock and stamped.
  • Added some elements here and there from this stamp set only to fill the gap.
  • Used my Pillow Box Punch Board to create that box.
  • Stamped this bunny from Mudra- Playful Bunnies stamp set.
  • Colored with watercolor pencils then fussy cut.
  • Adhered on the box.

*Wrapping Paper 3

  • Used Mudra- Mogra Layers stamp set for my print.
  • Filled the gaps with tiny elements (which are supposed to use for layering the mogra, I stretched them and used in this way) with red ink.
  • Added Mudra- Beautiful Butterflies Chipzib and red ribbon from my stash.

*Wrapping Paper 4





  • Chose Kraft paper and stamped these big flower clusters from Mudra- Magnolia and Mudra- Flower Bunch stamp set.
  • Used Distress Oxide- Broken China (Thanks Varshitha for this lovely gift) for stamping and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.
  • Randomly colored with Crayola sketch pens.
  • Gift wrapped it and added Mudra- Floral Flourish Chipzib and ribbon from my stash.

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Project 2- A Greeting Card With Stretching Stamps




  • For this card I've used Mudra- Begonia Layers and Mudra- Botanical Bloom stamp sets.
  • Used third layer of the leaves (from Begonia set) to create bushes/plants and used fourth layer of tiny flowers (from Botanical set) to create these tiny colorful flowers.


  • Stamped sentiment from Mudra- Fresh Cut Roses stamp set with black ink.
  • Adhered a burlap lace on my card base and added stamped panel using foam tape.
  • Added Mudra- Indian Ornate Motifs Chipzib and mulberry flower from my stash.

 
Supplies used:
      

Project 3- Time To Celebrate



  • Used Mudra- Begonia Layers stamp set for this card.
  • Stamped these layered flowers and leaves on a patterned paper with Altenew inks.
  • Stamped tiny flowers using Mudra- Botanical Bloom stamp set.
  • Cut stamped panel in arch shape using my die and adhered it on Card base.
  • Sentiment is from Mudra- Fresh Cut Roses stamp set. I just gave it a curve shape while placing on my acrylic block.
  • Added Mudra- Clear sequins to finish my card.


Supplies used:
      

Project 4- You Make Me Smile



  •  For this card I chose Mudra- Fresh Cut Roses stamp set again and this time stamped it on a colored cardstock.
  • Colored these roses with Altenew Markers and fussy cut them.
  • Took Kraft paper and stamped this 'You make me Smile' sentiment from the sampe stamp set all over the paper in a row using my MISTI tool.
  • Cut this panel and adhered on my card base along with stamped roses.
  • Added a pattern paper stripe to finish my card.




Supplies used:
  

I've mostly used June release stamps along with some floral stamps from previous releases for my projects. This is my inspiration for using stamps in different ways.
That's it for today! Hope you like my projects. :)
Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Crafting!
Ruchi.
Take some ideas from my projects and don't forget to participate in our July Challenge- 'Stretch Your Stamps'
                                



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Papercurves, UAE
Vivian Crafts, UAE
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Wild Warehouse, UK
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7 comments:

  1. Love how you stretched your stamps with loads of creativity Ruchi! All are so beautiful!

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    1. Thank you so much Vinita for your love! Glad you liked :)

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  2. Beautiful gift wraps !! I loved your cards..

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  3. Wonderful projects :) loved the ideas on stretching stamps. xoxo

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