I want to start by saying “Thank you Italy for sharing Pizza with the rest of the world”.
Made this card using the cute stampset by Simon says stamp. It’s called funny food. The theme for this card is inspired by Simon says stamp Wednesday Challenge #food or drinks.
The colors are inspired by the color throwdown challenge #470.
The sketch of the card is based on the Freshly made sketches Challenge #314.
Entering this Clean and Simple card to Addicted to stamps challenge #269 CAS
I enjoyed making this fun card. Hope you like it too.
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Today I am sharing a card that I made using pages from old books. All the paper of different layers of this card as well as the butterfly embellishments is from old books. The soft blue flowers add to the vintage look.
I am playing along with rainbow craftykari November challenge with this card. The theme is vintage with this photo inspiration
I really enjoyed making this vintage style card, probably my first in this style. I am happy with how the torn and distressed layers of paper look on this card. I also had fun using various elements like burlap, lace, textured paste, chipboard , jute twine etc. which were in my stash for quite some time and we’re calling for some love.
I was really inspired by the different types of cards made by the DT at rainbow craftykari’s blog for this challenge.
I am also entering this card to Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge – Tear it up as it fits the theme very well.
I hope you like the card and do let me know what you think by leaving me your valuable comments. Always love to read those.
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Hi there ,
Today i am sharing an interactive gate fold card. Its about being thankful day and night – today and everyday for all the things both big and small in our lives that lift us up and cherish each and every moment of life. Living with the attitude of gratitude is the best way to lead a happy and contended life.
I am so thankful for everyone and everything in my life. I consider myself truly blessed for my family and friends. I am so very thankful for the loving crafting community for all the love and support that they provide. Thank you all for lifting me up and encouraging me to pursue my passion for crafting.
To make with card i stamped the images from My Favorite things – Growing up stampset with memento black ink on neenah solar white card stock and colored those with my copic markers. I added the white highlights with a white gel pen. The images were then cut using the coordinating dies.
Then i made a white gate fold card base ready by scoring a 6 x 10 white cardstock from both edges. Using the coordinating die for the image of the big hot air balloon, the window aligning both the folds was cut in such a way that it matched the placement of the hot air balloon in the center panel inside the card.
Next I took three white cardstock panels and die cut these with a stitched rectangle die. I inked the first panel to create a scene with a night sky by ink blending distress oxide inks and then adding white splatters with gesso. I cut this night sky panel to match the window and the gate fold cut on the card base and stuck it to the form the front of the cardbase after adding the sentiment and sticking the colored die cut images.
In the next step i ink blended some clouds with distress oxide ink on the remaining two panels to create a day scene. One of the panels was cut to match the inside of the window and the gate fold card base and stuck it on inside of both the folds of the card base. The remaining panel will form the center for the inside of the card. On this panel i first black heat embossed the sentiment and then die cut the gap for slider action. I then added the big hot air balloon in the slider panel in such a way that it fit the window that was already cut in the gate fold card and stuck this panel using foam tape. There are many tutorials online on assembling slider cards, you may want to check out those.
Once the slider was working, I added the grass landscapes that i had made by die cutting ink blended pieces with different green distress oxide inks. To finish the card i added cute little images that i had colored and die cut earlier.
I am playing along with a couple of challenges with this card:
Paru’s card making challenge – November 2017
Take time out challenge – #97 Inspired by words thankful today and everyday. Hence made the card with thank you sentiment with both day and night scenes.
Cupcake inspirations challenge – #432 Thankful
Always fun challenges – #33 Thanks giving
Use your stuff challenge – #289 Thankful
Cas-ual friday Challenge – #187 Gratitude with Attitude – My elaborate and interactive card depicting thankfulness day and night shows the attitude of gratitude
HLS Dies – Anything goes with dies – In addition to using dies for cutting the inking panels with a stitched edge, i have used the coordinating dies for cutting the images as well as the window in the gate card. The coordinating die was used to cut the window in the inked inside and outside panels on both sides. The grass landscape edges were also cut with the dies that add more interest to the scene. The interactive slider was also cut using a die. I really don’t think it would have been so easy to make this card without the dies.
Little miss muffet challenge – #176 Anything goes
Crafty creations Challenge – #355 Anything goes
Creatalicious challenge – #127 Anything goes
I really enjoyed making with fun card and i hope you liked it too.
Thank you for dropping by and do leave me a comment letting me know your views.
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Today i am super excited to share this card because i love musical themes and these instruments – tabla and sitar are really awesome Indian musical instruments.
I am playing along with the sketch challenge at Craftyscrappers and i have used their products – Rays stencil and No music no life stamp set.
Ok back to the card. I followed the sketch given in the challenge and made a Gate Fold Card.
To create a gate fold card a 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 piece of white cardstock was used as a card base. The short side was scored at 2 1/8 from both edges on both sides and folded. Both the sides were matted with black card stock, leaving a slight white border all around.
Following the sketch, for the left side a stenciled panel was made using the rays stencil and ink blending with distress oxide inks. While the stencil was still in place sparkle was sprayed for added interest. The stenciled panel was then stuck on the left fold. The right fold was stuck with a plain white card stock for contrast. The black matting works as a border for both sides.
The rectangular panel on the center was made by ink blending distress oxide inks and flicking and lifting some water. For the focal points the images of tablas and sitar from No Music, No Life stamp set were stamped with memento black ink and colored with copic markers before being fussy cut. The cut images were then stuck on the center panel with foam squares for some dimension. The ink blended panel was then matted on to a black card stock and stuck only on the left fold of the card.
To finish the card the sentiment from the same stamp set was white heat embossed on to a black card stock strip, that has a fish tail cut on one end, and was added as per the sketch.
When ever i use products designed by Indian designers and made by Indian crafting companies, i feel very great. Honestly, there is so much talent in India and handicrafts are part of very household. So this card is extra special.
Hope you liked the card. Do let me know what you think of it by leaving me a comment.
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I am sharing this card that I made with the jungle gym stampset by MFT stamps. The theme is inspired by the childhood memories challenge at craftsneed and the sketch is inspired by freshly made sketches Challenge.
To make this card I first stamped the image on neenah solar white card stock with memento black ink and colored it copic markers.
I then lightly applied some broken China distress oxide ink on a separate card stock and cut two clouds using dies. I also colored and diecut the image of a sun. Once I had all the elements, I took a white crad stock panel and gently ink blended some green n blue to create some ground and sky.
After that I stamped the sentiment n stuck all the elements following the sketch from freshly made sketches Challenge. To finish the card I matted the panel on an orange card base.
I enjoyed coloring and making this card. I hope you like it too. Please do let me know by leaving comments. I love reading them.
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This card is inspired by the pitter patter of tiny foot steps.
To make this CAS style card, I stamped the foot print image on a white card with onyx black ink. Then I stamped the sentiment in black under it. To finish the card I added the word die cut ‘congrats’ to go with the sentiment. For dimension I stacked two word die cuts on top of each other.
Hope you liked the card
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Sharing this card that I made to play along with CASology challenge – cue word is ‘Tiny’
I had this tiny die by lawnfawn of a star n I thought it would go well with the challenge. This time instead of white space, I am focusing on leave a lot of clear n clean space in Black. I hope that also counts as CAS. I guess I am learning on the go.
Hope you liked the card.
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Sharing a card that I made inspired by the sketch at CASE this sketch Challenge. The sentiment is inspired by Just us girls Challenge. I have used many Crafting trends like smooshing with distress oxide inks, emboss resist, gold thread and sequins to play along with the trends Challenge at inkspirational.
To make this card I first heat embossed with white on a water color card stock. The stampset is from simon says stamp, it’s called “look for the miracles”.
To match the design on the sketch I used ink squooshing technique with distress oxide inks. The emboss resist technique works so well with these inks.
I then added golden thread and sequins before sticking the white heat embossed ‘Thank you’ sentiment on a black card stock with foam squares for dimension. I loved the small detail near the sentiment on the sketch and added one on mine too.
To match the variety of white foliage in the sketch, I added white die cut leaves. I wanted these new additional leaves to be different than the ones already embossed in texture and shape. I love how the additional leaves tied in with the card.
To finish the card, I stuck my card panel on to a black card base that is slightly bigger so that it will provide a border to the white card front.
I had a great time playing along with the challenges and making this card.
Hope you like it. Do let me know what you think about it in the comments section.
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Tried my hands on watercolors with one of my favorite flower stamps. This stamp is from altenew beautiful day stampset.
To make this card I first stamped the flower n leaves on a water color card stock with versafine onyx black ink. I then colored the images with water colors. After the images dried I die cut the images with coordinating dies and stuck them on my card front. I white heat embossed the sentiment on a black card stock n stuck in place. To finish the card I added the black, blue and violet mats and stuck everything on a card base.
Hope you like this clean n simple water colored flower card.
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Entering this card into :
Always fun challenges- #31 water colors
That’s crafty challenge – Forever more Floral
Cupcakes inspiration challenge # 430
The flower Challenge #CAS Flowers
Crafty Creations challenge #353
Sharing this quick CAS card inspired by the cue card “list” at CASology challenge #273.
Hope you liked the clean and simple design.