Guest Designing for Jane’s Doodles Challenges

Hello Crafties!

I am Guest Designing for Jane’s Doodles Challenges for their Challenge #7 : Rainbow.

In times of distress, faith is what keeps us going. So I have an inspirational card for today with a rainbow theme.

I have used the ‘You got this’ stamp set by Jane’s Doodles. This stamp set has such inspiring sentiments!

For the background I used alcohol markers in Rainbow order. After creating the stripes, with white pigment ink I stamped the tiny heart image from the ‘Happy Camper’ stamp set by Jane’s Doodles.

I stamped the sentiment on white cardstock with black ink and used the Stitched borders dieset by Lawn Fawn around the panel.

Hope this bright card inspires you to keep the faith. Stay safe.

Do let know in the comments below how you liked the card.

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I really appreciate your support.
Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka
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Happy Women’s Day!

Hiya Crafties!

I have a spring themed card dedicated to women all over the world.

Actually it applies to everyone! You don’t have to be Perfect to be Amazing!

Just be YOU!

(Unless being you is something you don’t look forward to, then you must change but only for yourself!)

I masked the center of the card panel with masking paper and then stamped the image by Simon Says Stamp.

I used the gold ink by Altenew.

The sentiment is by Jane’s Doodles.

I colored this beautiful image with my Zig clean color brush markers.

I finished off with some gold sequins and some black splatters!

How did you celebrate Women’s day?

Do let know in the comments below.

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I really appreciate your support.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka
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A Happy Camper!

Hi Crafties!

I love creating tiny scenes for my cards! There are many ways to achieve this. Today I have used masking. It helps to create depth and interest.

I used the ‘Happy Camper’ stamp set by Jane’s doodles.

Love this stamp set. It had such awesome images.

I masked the camper with masking paper and then stamped the trees behind.

I colored these images with Zig clean color real brush markers.

Have you tried masking your images?

Do let know in the comments below.

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I really appreciate your support.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka
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You Have My Heart

Hello Crafties!

Today I have a card using stamps by Jane’s Doodles.

I just love these adorable images. I first blended some Cracked pistachio distress oxide ink and then blended Picked raspberry over the plaid stencil.

I colored these images with alcohol markers. The sentiment is by My favorite things.

Do let know in the comments below.

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I really appreciate your support.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka
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Snow Much Fun!

Hello Crafties!

Though it doesn’t snow where I live, I keep dreaming of it. So much that all my winter cards have some amount of snow in them!

Today’s card is so not an exception!

The little mouse is from the ‘Warm Wishes’ stamp set by Jane’s Doodles. I simply love that stamp set! I keep picking it up again and again. You can find my cards featuring this stamp set here, here and here.

The snowflake is also from the same stamp set. And so is the sentiment.

I ink blended different shades of blue distress oxides for the background. Comment below if you wish to know the exact names.

Does it snow where you live? Do lete know in the comments below.

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I really appreciate your support.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka
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Warm Wishes!

Hiya Crafties!

The winter in Mumbai this time has suddenly decided to act its true nature by sending shivers of cold across mumbaikars.

Dedicating my card to this new winter phase and wishing you warm wishes for the same. ❤

I have used Jane’s doodles stamp set ‘Warm wishes’.

The background is created using ink blending technique with distress oxides.

I colored the snowman with derwent inktense pencils.

I stamped the 3 times for added effect and to create symmetry.

Let me know in the comments below whether what you like about the card!

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I really appreciate your support.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka
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Jane’s Doodles Challenge #1: Winter Scene


Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday : December 2019

Warm Wishes from a Snowman

Hi Crafties!

Today I have something other than a card. Can you guess what is it? Yes, a tag!

Gift tags are such a fun idea to add to your gifts and make them more interesting.

I made this tag rather quickly. Just cut some pattern paper and ink it on the bottom. Stick it on a scalloped diecut panel, and a sentiment and image and yiu are done. It is so easy to make. I had the snowman already colored and fussy cut.

* If you stamp, color & fussy cut images beforehand, making cards or tags can be very quick*

I colored my snowman with inktense pencils. I feel these pencils give a very realistic finish to the images.

The stamp set is by Jane’s Doodles.

Hope you like my pretty simple tag.

Let me know in the comments below what you feel about it!

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I really appreciate your support.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka
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Guest Designing for I Love Math Challenge

Hello Crafties!

I am so excited to share with you that I am Guest Designing for I Love Math Challenge hosted by my lovely friend Milka Gubo.

It is such an interesting challenge which combines Math and Crafts! Isn’t that awesome? ❤

I have been participating in this challenge since a long time. My cards have been in the Top 4 a couple of times and even won once! (There is an awesome prize too ❤)

I am always super excited when my card is chosen.

( If interested you can find my card posts for the challenge here, here, here and here. Also the winning post here .)

The current challenge #15 is Anything Math Goes – Christmas/Winter ❤ .

You can find the challenge post here. Please do visit the challenge blog to know which Math element I used in my card and also to check out other inspirations by the design team.

I feel honored that Milka invited me to guest design for her challenge. Also super thrilled that my card is being shared along with all the super talented gals! ❤

You can see my card in action below :

I have created an interactive card ( love making them at any chance I get 😉 ) with a Surprise Window!

The cute houses are from Happy Village stamp set by Lawn Fawn.

And the Christmas trees are by Jane’s doodles.

I created the sky using the Denim background stamp by MFT using Hero Arts inks.

The star dieset and the texture paste are by Itsy Bitsy.

I loved creating this colorful scene in the inside of the card.

The snowflakes are created using a stencil by Craftangles and the texture paste.

I also created the snow on the roof of the houses using the same paste.

How do you like my Window Surprise interactive card?

Let me know in the comments below.

Please do participate in the challenge. Would love to see your creations. ❤

You can also check out my Instagram, Pinterest & Facebook. Links are in the sidebar.

I really appreciate your support.

Warm Wishes | Coffee Loving Cardmakers – Fall/Winter Blog Hop 2019

Hi Crafties!

I love stretching my supplies! Especially my stamps.

Can you guess how I made the Christmas tree below?

I made it from a tiny little snowflake stamp from the ‘Winter Wishes’ set.

I repeatedly stamped the image in the shape of the tree with green hero arts dye ink.

The red star on the top of the tree is also a snowflake stamp.

The polar bear and snowman are also from the same stamp set and so are the coffee mugs.

I colored these with alcohol markers.

In the background, I stamped the largest snowflake from the set with grout gray ink by My Favorite Things.

For the base, I used the stripes stencil by Altenew.

The sentiment is the Elegant brushed script stamp set by Craftin Desert Divas.

I finally finished off the card with some sparkling sequins by Dress my Craft.

What do you think about my Christmas tree?

Do you also stretch your supplies?

Do let me know in the comments below.

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I really appreciate your support.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka
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Inspirational Magnet

Hello Crafties!
Today I have something other than a card for you. A magnet!

I love making them. Specially the ones with inspirational quotes on them.

For today’s project, I diecut a hexagon out of black chipboard.Loving the hexagon die by Gina Marie.
I then, heat embossed the sentiment stamp with WOW Metallic gold rich embossing powder.
The stamp is by Jane’s doodles.
The cactus stamps are by Itsy bitsy’s – Little birdie.
I watercolored and then fussy cut them and adhered at the bottom of the hexagon.

On the back I attached a magnet and my project is complete!

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments.

Thank you for stopping by… Have a great day ahead!