A Celebration Card!

Hi Crafties!

Today I have a celebration card I made using Altenew stamps. Altenew is celebrating its 5th birthday. I love their beautiful stamps. If you already do not know about this brand, you should definitely check them out!

For this card, I did some ink blending on white cardstock using distress inks.

Then I used the stripes stencil by Altenew and sprayed water over it to get a mild effect of stripes.

The stamp set I used is called ‘Celebrations’ . It is such a pretty stamp set.

I decided to leave the images white.

The sentiment is from the same stamp set.

Finished off the card with some ebony nuvo drops.

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka

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Don’t Forget to Smile!

Hi Crafties!

I have a simple watercolored card for today.

The flowers are from the ‘Always Flowers’ stamp set by Pinkfresh Studio. I love the sentiments from this set. So inspiring!

I used watercolor cardstock by Little Birdie Crafts and colored the images with my inktense pencils.

The background stamp is by Altenew.

I kept this card pretty simple.

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka

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You are Tea-rrific!

Hello Crafties!

I am back with a magic picture changer card – this time for tea lovers! ☕☕☕

You can see the card in action below:

For this card I used the Lawn Fawn magic picture changer cuttingdie. It is such a useful one to create surprise cards!

I paired it with stamps from Little Birdie Crafts by Itsy Bitsy.

I colored the images with my inktense pencils.

The tea image was a bit longer for the window so I partially stamped it (not using the upper 2 cups) and then drew the outline (for the last cup) with a black permanent marker.

I decorated the outside with polka dotted pattern paper.

It is always fun making these type of interactive cards.

I hope you like them too.😊

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments.

Thank you for stopping by…

Have a great day ahead!

Priyanka

Window Pop-up Birthday Card!

Hello Crafties!

I am back with a new DT post for Itsy Bitsy.

Birthdays are special and giving a handmade card for a birthday expresses our feelings towards that person.
Also we love surprises on our birthdays, don’t we? 😍
So today, I have a different type of birthday card for you – a surprise window pop up card!

You can see the card in action below :

Read on to find out how to make one….
Step 1 :
I first used the Victorian Window thin cut die by Little Birdie on a blue paper from the Chevron in Aquarelle paper pack.
Step 2 :
Then, I watercolored different colors on a watercolor cardstock and used the little flowers and leaves dies (that come in the Victorian Window thin cut dieset) with it. I assembled the flowers and leaves on the window panel.
* You can use colored cardstock instead of watercoloring *
Step 3 :
I then trimmed a sheet of textured white cardstock by Little Birdie to 5″ × 10″ and scored at 5 inches creating a 5 × 5 inches square card base.
On the front, I stamped the brick stamp with vintage photo distress ink.
Step 4 :
In the next step, I traced the inside of the window on the stamped panel. And then using a cutter, cut the traced part. After this, I adhered the completed window panel (from step 2) on the front panel.
Step 5 :
The next step I did was stamping and coloring these pretty images with various coloring mediums including distress inks. These are from the Jungle Birthday , Birthday Wish and Happy Bird-day stamp sets by Little Birdie.
I also adhered them together in a cluster.
Like this :
Step 6 :
Now, let’s make the inside pop up mechanism.
Cut a strip measuring 0.5″ x 4.25″ and score it at 0.75″ and 2.75″ and 3.5″.
Step 7 :
Stick double-sided tape onto the scored parts as shown.
Place the the strip with 0.75″ scored side close to the fold of the card as shown .
Take out the backing of that part and close the card.
It will look like this:
Step 8:
Now turn the strip to the other side and fold it at the 2.75″ scored part, taking out the backing from the last scored part, close the card again (like before).
It will look like this:
Step 9:
The next step involved adhering the cluster of the colored images (obtained from step 5) onto our created pop up.
* Add details with a white pen to enhance your images *

Step 10 :
I stuck a piece of Vellum on the inside of the window to recreate a real window. I also added strips of black washi tape onto both sides of the front panel to add interest and stamped a sentiment from my stash on the bottom.
And our Window Pop-up Surprise card is ready.
I am sure you would want to make it for your loved ones. Would love to see your creations!
Do let me know your thoughts in the comments.
Have a great day ahead!
Priyanka

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