Wednesday, 30 August 2017
Monday, 28 August 2017
I am Kriti and I am back with a new project and this is an inspiration post. A layout with some bright colours titled "This is my dream". A dream leads to hope, this is a dream of a wish to come true and all we have is hope.
The lines which I have used are from a song....these lines focus on the motivation and hope we get while dreaming.
Here's the project:
Here's a brief about this project:
To start with, I have taken a wooden plank (Size is 10" x 8") and affixed a few chipboard rectangular pieces on the right-hand side to make a wall and gauge on the left-hand side. Then covered the entire surface with gesso.
Next, I have used a bubble stencil to make the background more interesting using modelling paste and covered the entire surface with gesso again. Next, I have added this beautiful Dreamcatcher chipboard and few beads and again covered the surface with gesso.
After that, I used spray colours i.e., yellow, orange and red(Spray some water too to let them run). I then used gold, copper and black colour to highlight the textures. I then used few stamps, text, brick and music notations to make it more interesting.
Lastly, I embellished it with some coloured gauge, flowers, and a beautiful song lyrics.
- A wooden plank
- Rectangular chipboard pieces(small)
- Dram catcher Chipboard (Papericious)
- Gesso (Papericious)
- Bubble Stencil
- Text, bricks and music notation stamps
- Black Archival ink
- Heating tool
- Spray/Acrylic colours (Red, Yellow, Orange, gold, copper, black)
- Water mister
- Handmade mulberry flowers
- Paper smooches Leaf die
Above mentioned products are available at Rainbow Craftykari Store or you can pre-order the products by sending e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thank you for stopping by!!
Hope you got inspired by my work!
Friday, 25 August 2017
Hello Dear Crafters,
I am back today to share with you a tutorial on card making. I am sure this post will help all of you who want to try and make a card with a different technique and don't know where to begin!
I am sure you love interactive cards like I do. It gives you more joy when you see the recipient enjoying playing with it.
So, today I have a fairy card which twirls or spins.
For this card you'll need:
- Cardstock For the card base - 14 x 28 cms (180 gsm)
- Cardstock For inlay - 12 x 12 cms (180 gsm)
- Pattern Paper - 14 x 14 cms (120 gsm)
- An image/stamp (I used a digital image)
- White cardstock for printing the image (I used Papericious 180 gsm)
- Craft knife
- Plastic cord
- Double sided tape
- Colours (I used Koi brush pens & Camlin watercolour pencils)
- Embellishments (I used spectrum noir pen, half pearls, Glossy accent and shaker elements)