Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Magic



Hello my crafty friends,

Last year I got few stamp sets by  Pinkfresh Studio . I loved their designs the moment I saw the stamps. They have this dreamy, airy, whimsical feel to it which is so fresh and new to me! I love their papers too. Today, I am sharing few cards I made using their 2 stamps sets.

I used their Magic set to create these 4 cards. I am a sucker for good sentiments and this set has plenty...:) Love the fonts too.

There isn't much technique or process to explain as i kept it simple so that the stamps can shine.


For above card, I used oxides to stamp the castle and kept cloud background monochromatic. 


I used ranger and altenew embossing powders to emboss castle .

Here is the close up




I did reverse of first card. It was fun making rainbow clouds.


Yes, that much I love those sentiments...:P



Isn't that a gorgeous set?


 Next, I used Party animals  set to make tags and a card. Actually, I made this set last year . You can check card on my FB page HERE



Such a playful images! I totally adore them. I made birthday party invitations too using this set but can't find the pictures. I will update this post if I am able to get it from  the client. 
I have one more card using their paper pack Indigo Hill but it is for one of the DT post so will be sharing soon.

Do you have any pinkfresh stamps on your wishlist? Please share in the comment. Their last year's Christmas stamps are on mine along with few from new release. I hope you like my efforts. 
Thanks for being here. Hugs!






Friday, February 9, 2018

Sunflowers and alcohol inks






Hello friends,

I am sharing a card made for Jane's Doodles blog . I have used alcohol inks on yupo paper. This technique is so much in trends right now but not new for me. I have experimented with this mediums 2 years back and loved it since then. I will share few old post and pics in the end.




I have use ranger alcohol inks in yellow and brown with blending solution. Sunflowers are embossed in white on vellum and colored from the back with copics to give depth. 

You can see the close up of inky background below.




Pretty artsy , isn't it?


You can check 2 posts i did in 2016 HERE and HERE. It has few videos of process too!


Below are few art work I did for an exhibition. They are not proper but at least I remembered to take photos of few before they were sold out.











I hope you enjoyed the post. Thank you for being here.






Thursday, February 8, 2018

I Love Math Challenge#8

Hello friends,




I am so happy to post my first post  of  I love math challenge for 2018 ! A math wizard and awesome crafter Kaja is also joining the team. I am excited to welcome her on board and looking forward to work with her!

It is challenge no 8 and theme is ' use numbers on your project". It can be any number and card can be for any occasion. Just have a number on it and you are all set to play!

I have used no 8 as this is challenge # 8 . Here is my take on the theme.


It is a congratulation card for someone who passed the driving test. I remember, years back when i applied for driving licence, this was the test I feared the most! I still remember the joy of  passing it. It is a different story that I don't drive 4 wheeler yet...:P !

So I interpreted that track which is in shape of '8' and used it as number 8 on the card. I printed no 8 on a panel. Inked it with distress ink, hand drew the arrow and dotted white line. 'Pass' is a print out and rest of the two sentiment and congrats die is by PTI. the black and white striped paper is again by PTI. I colored one edge with yellow ink to mimic the road crossing sign!

I hope you like my idea! Please hop over to challenge blog HERE
to learn more  about numbers & challenge and more inspiration. 
You can win a stamp set of  your choice by Jane's Doodles.

Thank you for being here !