Love, Hugs and Kisses!

Hello Crafties!

I have a fun card for today! I have made it in a rainbow theme.

Playing along Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge #26 : Tic tac toe.

I used the first column of Stencil, diesets and clear stamps!

I first used the net stencil by Little birdie crafts along with distress inks in rainbow order.

I then colored a white panel with black charcoal chalk paint and the diecut it with the leaf diesets by Little birdie again.

All the stamps are from Itsy Bitsy too.

I wanted to make a colorful and bright card.

Do you like bright colors too?

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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Playing along

Itsy Bitsy blog challenge #26 – Anything goes with tic tac toe

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge : All loved up

Chalk Paint Cards

Hi Crafties!
This is my last project as a DT member for Itsy Bitsy 2019.
Let’s move on to today’s project…
I have several CAS cards for you today featuring Chalk Paints!
CAS stands for Clean and Simple cards. You can make all of these cards in a short time!
For the 1st card :
Step 1:
I used several colors of Chalk Paints. Do let me know in the comments below if you would like to know the names of each!
I used the paints with a flat brush in a swiping motion and then let them dry.
Step 2:
On this panel, I stamped the ‘Flowerful Gratitude’ stamp set with black ink.
Step 3:
Then I foam mounted the panel on a white card base and stamped a sentiment. I also rounded the corners for added interest. And my card is complete!
Now lets move to the next cards –
Both the cards are created from a single panel.
Step 1:
I did the wet on wet watercolor technique. It entails first giving a wash of water on the card panel and then coming in with the colour of your choice. I used Deep Sea Blue and Marsh Green chalk paints.
I let the colour flow on its own.
Step 2:
After drying the panel completely, I die cut the leaf from Fern forest dieset by Little Birdie.
Step 3:
You get two cards out of this. I adhered the negative panel on an A2 card base and stamped the sentiment.
I also created some splatters and added Little Birdie pearl drops.
Step 4:
I then swiped three stripes of chalk paint Marsh Green on a white card panel. And then glued the positive leaf diecut on it and stamped the sentiment.
*To match the colour of the diecut, I painted the borders of the card base with same Deep Sea Blue chalk paint*
Moving on to the last 2 cards.
Step 1:
I used the net stencil with Sailing Sky chalk paint on a white card base.
After I lifted the stencil, I immediately pressed the other side of it on another white card panel.
So you get 2 cards out of this one too!
Step 2:
I stamped the ‘Flowery wishes’ stamp on the stenciled image.
Step 3 :
After repeatedly stamping the sentiment, I glued the panel on a black A2 card base.
Step 4 :
I colored another white card panel with Charcoal chalk paint. And then diecut that panel twice with the same leaf die.
Step 5:
I adhered these 2 diecuts on the faded stenciled image panel. After stamping the sentiment and adding the pearl drops, both cards are complete.
I hope you liked my projects.
Which project did you like more?
Do let me know in the comments below.
Have a great day ahead!
Priyanka

Hap-pea Birthday!

Hello Crafties!

Today I have an interactive card featuring Lawn Fawn stamp set Be Hap-pea.

I created this card for LawnFawnatics Challenge #50 : Fun with food

You can see the video of the card below :

I have used the Magic Picture changer dieset from Lawn Fawn to create this interactive card!

On the front are some leaves from the same stamp set. I have used distress inks for the background.

The picture changes to cute little peas wishing a hap-pea birthday. So much fun, right?

The dieset is easy to assemble. The possibilities are endless when using this dieset.

What do you think of this card?

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka

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Playing along

LawnFawnatics Challenge 50 : Fun With Food


Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge : No Designer Paper

Flowery Wishes

Hiya Crafties!

Heat embossing is such an integral part of card making. Be it heat embossing a sentiment, or a small image or a whole background! And it gives such beautiful effects!

For my card today, I heat embossed the entire background with Little birdie Gold embossing powder from Itsy bitsy.

The background stamp is by Simon Says Stamp named Flower Explosion. I love this stamp. It’s so pretty. And a must have for a coloring enthusiast.

Before embossing, I adhered a diecut circle of masking paper in the centre. This was so that I could add the sentiment in there.

The sentiment is by Craftyscrappers. I heat embossed it on black cardstock with white embossing powder.

I also added some green & gold paint splatters to bring everything together.

Lastly, I matted my panel with gold cardstock on an A2 card base.

And my card is done!!!

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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

Priyanka

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The Pink Leaf

Hello Crafties!

Watercoloring is such a stress buster. And the awesome thing about watercoloring is that there is no right or wrong.

Everything is art!

For this card, I watercolored with my Koi watercolors in shades of pink using lots of water on watercolor cardstock.

I then used the Paper smooches leaf-die for the focal point.

The sentiment is by Honey bee stamps.

Added sequins to complete the card!

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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

Priyanka