Friday, 4 August 2017
I'm Priya Mishra and am very excited to share my first DT inspiration post for Rainbow Craftykari blog. I have created a project as an inspiration for our Rainbow Friendship Challenge.
The theme is absolutely wonderful and I wanted to make something CAS this time. This has been my weakness and I struggle to leave white space with pastel shades. So this was a challenge I took up!
Tuesday, 1 August 2017
Welcome to the first post of our new term!
Today we are announcing our August Challenge. The theme for our challenge is " Rainbow Friendship".
Get inspired by the quote- "Friendship is a rainbow between two hearts sharing seven colours: Secrets, Truth, Sadness, Faith, Happiness, Respect and Love."
Create any project- card, tag, layout, altered art, home decor, paper crafts, anything art/craft related inspired by the theme Friendship and using at least three colors of the Rainbow. Last day to Submit your Entries are 30th August 2017
Please go through General Guidelines and Rules HERE. Any entry which won't be following the guidelines, will be disqualified and will be removed by the participation entries.
Rainbow Craftykari will be giving Following Prize for this month -
First Winner will be selected by the DT's and He/She stands a chance to win a Gift Voucher worth Rs 400/- from Rainbow Craftykari Store.
Second Winner will be Selected by the Blog Coordinator and He/She stands a chance to win a Papericious 6"x6" Paper Pack
Top 3 entries will win Rainbow Craftykari badges to put on their blog.
*Above given guidelines are mandatory to qualify in the challenge. If any participant fails to follow the guidelines, they will be disqualified from the challenge.
Here is the Inspiration by Our Blog Co-ordinator and DT Members:
ATC Cards by Blog Co-ordinator Aditi Mahajan. For more Details Visit HERE:
Friendship Layout by DT Priya Mishra. For more details visit HERE
We look forward to your creations and participation. Submit them by uploading on the link below.
Wednesday, 12 July 2017
Hello crafty peeps,
Nikkita Here, I am back again with another tutorial and it's a shadow box card.
So here is the project with step by step instructions and pictures.
- First, take a cardstock of 300 gsm and cut into respective sizes (11"x 6.5" and 6.5" x 8").
- Score the 11" x 6.5" piece at 5" and 6"
- Score the 6.5" x 8" piece at 1/2" and 1.25". Flip and score the same way on all four sides and sniff off the corners as shown in the picture
Create the shadow box using tacky tape or any strong adhesive and keep it aside.