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Friday, 10 August 2018

Handmade flowers card :)

Today I have a pretty floral card to share with you all. I stamped & heat embossed the flowers then coloured the violet ones & leaves using Promarkers. The vellum ones were coloured with distress inks. The geometric background was created using basic squares dies to create frames which I then arranged in a simple geometric pattern.








Supplies list :
- 
STAMPS
unbranded flowers & leaves stamps

DIES:

Spellbinders Nestabilities Die Set - 7 Large Classic Square Dies


PAPER/CARD-
 
Heavy weight white (local store)
plaid patterned paper from my stash.
 
ACCESSORIES & TOOLS-

Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad, Mustard Seed


Ranger Ice Stickles Glitter Glue: diamond, cotton candy


Chipboard stickers

Promarkers alcohol markers

Enamel dots stickers all from my stash.

I'm playing a long in a few challenges too :-



Pile It On! #145 - New Technique





Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Indian Arches Card

Hello friends, how goes it for you?

We've a couple of very hot days and I've found some 

time for making a card

  with lovely stamped image . 



for the background i used multiple layers of card stock .the center point of the card is a water color paper i stamped the Indian arch image on it & color it with watercolors.

i finished the card off with stamped sentence.

SUPPLIES LIST:
STAMPS:
SHEENA DOUGLASS A TASTE OF INDIA - Indian Arches - RUBBER STAMP SET


A Taste Of India Sheena Douglass Embossing Folder And Clear Stamp Set Mandala


INK:
Tsukineko Jet Black StazOn Ink Pad

PAPER/CARD
card stock paper (local store) 250 GSM
gold mirror card stock

ACCESSORIES & TOOLS
Prima Marketing Tropicals watercolor set
double sided foam sticker
Memento PEN Tuxedo Black


I hope you found some inspiration today. Thanks for 

stopping by.❤

I will be entering this piece into the following 

challenges:-


Anything Goes




Sunday, 15 July 2018

Crafts Dreamy DT project-flowers card

Here is my JULY DT project for Crafts Dreamy. There is a monthly challenge at their blog 


http://craftsdreamy.blogspot.com.eg/ where you will find all the details & a new challenge each month.





I have created dimensional mixed media flowers card for this month challenge.
First i created the background using my DIY texture paste
&
I added a lovely punch of handmade paper flowers , rolled paper & handmade charm :)
I finished it off with a cool sentiment & pearl drops ^_^













SUPPLIES LIST:
STAMPS:

Mixed Media unbranded stamps 

INK:
MOMENTO-Tuxedo black ink
Lindy's Stamp Gang - Victorian Bouquet-magicals-Hyderangea Blue
Distress oxide-Wilted Violet 

PAPER/CARD
Heavy weight paper (local store) 250GSM

DIES & PUNCHES
large flower punch
Birch Leaf Large Punch



ACCESSORIES & TOOLS
Rangers Stickles
Tacky Glue
Ranger Ink Liquid Pearls Platinum
gold acrylic paint
Bling  from my stash

I hope you found some inspiration today. Thanks for stopping by.❤

I will be entering this piece into the following challenges:-


Summer Fun!



Monday, 9 July 2018

Hiraf DT project card- Summer Theme

Hey everyone!!! 
Here is my July DT projecr for Hiraf blog, there are monthly craft challenge at their blog:-

 مدونة حرف https://hirafartsandcolors.blogspot.com.eg/2018/02/blog-post_28.html

This month mood board has a summer theme ^_^



I have created a lovely card using die cuts & alcohol marker colored images

Then finished it up with jute twine & stamped sentiment.

  
SUPPLIES LIST:
STAMPS:

Tammy DeYoung Clear Stamp-Seahorse & calm mermaids set 

MARKERS:
Spectrum Noir MARKERS
TN1,TN2,TN3,TN4
BT1,BT2,BT8

PAPER/CARD
Heavy weight paper (local store) 250GSM

DIES
Unbranded Sunray Die
Unbranded Stitched Waves Boarder Die

ACCESSORIES & TOOLS
Rangers Stickles
Tacky Glue
Jute Twine
Bling  from my stash



I hope you found some inspiration today. Thanks for stopping by.❤

I will be entering this piece into the following challenges:-




Saturday, 7 July 2018

Artdeco card

Good morning everyone!


I have a bright card to show you all today......CHECK IT OUT!!!




In my card i created a lovely geometric background using my DIY glitter paste.

(You can find the recipe below if you fancy making some 

yourself)

Then i colored the in between spaces with green watercolor.




I created the card layout using layers of different fussy cut pieces, watercolored stamped artdeco lady, paper flowers, bling.
Then i finished it up with lovely sentiment (tell our story)

DIY GLITTER PASTE:-
HERE IS MY VIDEO TUTORIAL HOW TO MAKE IT

Supplies list :

Stamps-
Ultimate Crafts | The Ritz Collection

Ink- 
TUXEDO BLACK Memento
Paper/Card-
Heavy weight white paper (local store)
Accessories and Tools- 
Prima's Tropical watercolors , paint brush,bling,paper flowers,Tacky Glue from my stash

 I hope you found some inspiration today. Thanks for stopping by. 

I will play a long in these challenges:-

Shopping Our Stash #361 - Geometric Patterns






Pile It On #144: Vintage/Retro



TTCRD anything goes challenge week 3rd July.                                                                                                      http://morgansartworld.blogspot.com/2018/06/june-challenge.html?m=1

Monday, 2 July 2018

Super hero card in a box

Hello and Happy Monday!

I thought I would share this card in a box as it's made for 

SSS Monday challenge.



I have used several pintrables to create this card.


here is a great cutting and scoring guide template for this card.


Long Rectangle Card in a Box Cutting Template
Finished Size when flat: 114cm x 10.5cm (5-1/2 x 4-1/8inches). Front & back panels are 10cm wide, Side panels are 4cm wide.
Cut Base: 29.7cm x 10.5cm (cut A4 sheet in half long-way).
Score base: 10cm, 14cm, 24cm & 28cm on long side. Score at 5.5cm on short side
Inserts: Cut at 12cm x 2cm. Score at 1cm from either end
If you're more visual, here's the template I put together. Broken lines are score lines. Red lines are cutting lines. Leave the section with blue score line unfolded - this is the back panel.
 Check out Monica Gale's fab video tutorial for visual instructions on how to make a general card in a box. Follow the same principles - just substitute my cutting & scoring measurements.

I hope you have enjoyed this project and found inspiration. 


Thanks so much for stopping by and for all of the
comments you leave!