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Thursday, 23 November 2017

Miniature Mixed Media Canvas


Hello My Dear creative souls,

Today I would like to show you a mini canvas created especially for Dress my craft Ceramic miniatures. I always love to try something different. Here is my another project, Miniature Mixed Media Canvas. I loved it!!! I really had fun with these cute minis.



Of course i took few tutorial pics 

lets start from beginning
1. I took 5X7" reverse side of canvas, Dusty attic chipboards, and one pattern paper for BG 

2. Here i used 3 different design of Dusty attic chipboard. From that one is negative side of Arch window Dusty attic cut.
I used 3D liner for IVY leaf design. 

3. Then i paint black gesso on chipboard cuts with sponge. not brush  

4. Prima wax are giving perfect result after black gesso. So i like to use those paint with my finger. I dont have much collection of wax. I would like grab more...:-) 

5. Then Start decorating with Dress my Craft minis, flowers and pollen.  


Then Finally 


I really appreciate you drop by and hope you all have a great day!
Hugs
Suz
 
Supplies Used
 
Dusty Attic Chipboard Cuts
Mulberry-flowers-leaves/micro-rose-buds
Mulberry-flowers-leaves/micro-roses
Craft-toppings: Art stones, Spanish Moses
Polish-wax Prima Marketing
Gel-medium-spatula: Black and White Gesso
Adhesivestape Plaid Craft Mode podge
Pollens-fillers
Miniature-mug-with-handle
Miniature-terracotta-deep-dish
Resin-cabochons/colored-sparrow
Resin-cabochons/dove-bird

Friday, 17 November 2017

Tiny Romantic Tea Party

A truly romantic evening should pull out all the stops—from sumptuous cuisine and exquisite flowers to beautiful surroundings and, of course, amazing company :-)

Hi My Crafty friends
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Today i would like to share a cute, beautiful and really romantic tea party place. So excited.......
have a look at here


Can't see clearly ? okey fine 
First will see how i made this
Just few basic tutorial pics

1. My base is 6X9 MDF tray with decorative moss powder and moss sheets


2. How to glue this
Moss power i attached on my tray by using Tacky Glue
Moss Sheet - Glue gun


3. Adding more decorative miniature stuffs
furniture, teapot, flowers, dry leaves etc



Then Finally 






I made this romantic place from my inside feeling.
Every one have their own
Sometime we just have to express our feeling this way :-)
I hope you guys enjoy this
Thank you for stopping by
Hugs
Suz

Supplies Used


Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Hydrangea Lawns Tags & Embellishments

Hi Everyone

I am sure you all are loving beautiful Hydrangea Lawns papers...they are truly gorgeous and motif sheets are beautiful add on in the collection.. You can fussy cut the images from the sheet and use them in your project, the best part is that these images are so very well coordinated with Hydrangea lawns paper pad.

I have created many little projects using this product like tiny mini embellishments, tag album, and some lovely cards or you can also use them as fridge magnets.

So let's see what I have made,

Embellishments are very important part of scrapbooking, card-making etc so why not make your own..I made these beautiful heart embellishments using mulberry leaf and dress my craft charms. The motif sheets has beautiful sentiment stickers so you can use them personalise your projects.







These can be used as cards or fridge magnets.







Aren't they beautiful?Do you want to see the video..?? So sit back and enjoy the video..

I hope you got some inspiration of how to use these beautiful motifs with the papers...Would love to see your creations.
Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to show some love in comment section..

See you soon!

Hugs,
Sampada






Thursday, 9 November 2017

Journal with Eileen Hull and DMC Hydrangea lawns

Helloo..
It's a THURSDAY and I am here with a video project share!
I got the lovely Sizzix Eileen Hull Journal die and DMC Hydrangea Lawns paper pack this time as my DT kit and I couldn't lelp but make this beauty out of it! What an enjoyable experience for me as a I love making journals and this die is the best gift for someone like me and the papers....OOOOO, do I even have to say anything???



Have a look at the video, it says it all!


But before that, some clicks of the journal that I made and pl do see the full viseo and be a part of my happiness.





I will see you soon again!

Until my next creative journey,
Happy crafting and recycling.
Cheers,
Rupa
Products from the store
Eileen Hull journal die
DMC Hydrangea paper pack
Red tacky tape
Distress Inks
Plaid multi surface paints












Monday, 30 October 2017

Hydrangea Lawns Fussy Cut Layout!

Hello everyone! Happy Sunday! I have a brand new post today to share with all of you! 
I'm sure by now you all have tried the Gorgeous oh soo Beautiful paper pad by Dress my Craft- Hydrangea lawns! And the latest collection to the Hydrangea lawns collection are the Motif sheets! 
Such pretty coordinating images that you can fussy cut and add to your projects! 
I just love them! So I thought why not create something with them to Inspire you all! 
Here's a sneak peek of the project! You'll see the complete layout at the end of the post!




So without much ado lets get started!

I've taken this print from the paper pad trimmed it down a lil and adhered it to a white chipboard sheet. Next ligtly cover the base with clear gesso. This will protect the print and prime the surface so that one can use paints and sprays on top without the base print disappearing. 


Next I created the photo mats and fussy cut all the elements! See how beautiful they look! 

Here's a close up of some flowers!

They are soo Gorgeous! 


Next I've added the photo mats and a small fussy cut piece from the paper pad so it fills up all the gaps my fussy cut pcs will leave, I've also added some metallique wax to the base. The sheen is gives can only be seen in person! The camera doesn't capture it at all!

Next I've added some stone effect paste- Pumice to the base to create some texture!


Arranged and adhered all the die cuts! It looks so beautiful! And its so easy and quick!

Lastly for finishing touches I've used some watercolour paints, Glitter flakes and some more fussy cutting pieces from the Motif sheets! 






Hope you all enjoyed todays post! 
Please feel free to ask any questions!
Love
Anchal Sapra


       PRODUCTS USED
  1. Hydrangea Lawns - 12"X12" Paper Pad
  2. Hydrangea Lawns Motif Sheet
  3. Stone Effect Paste Set 3.38oz Each
  4. Tonic Scissor 7 inch
  5. Glossy Accents Precision Tip 2oz





Thursday, 26 October 2017

Cuppa LOVE!

Helloo...Rupa here and on this Thursday I am sharing DIY home decor/utility project for your kitchen!
It's no surprise that I would be upcycling something and this time it's the empty liquor carton! I am always in awe of these packaging boxes, so sturdy and wonder always that if it can keep a bottle secure inside, it can pretty well keep anything else, what say???

...And so, I cut the carton in half and made it into this!


 I decided to make it Vintage and used my new Graphic 45 French Country Stack papers! I love the country style patterns in lovely fall colors and it has a vintage feel to it.



The papers speak for themselves! I inked them all with Walnut stain DI.
I chose 2 coordinating papers from the stack to cover the outside and for the inside used a green PP from DCWV.



The base and the lid was made using heavy chipboard and adhered some bottle caps here as feet. I painted them using chalk paints from Plaid(Imperial) and have inked the edges with Archival black ink.



Around the base is a lovely grass hedge. I have used IO dies for this. This gives a closed garden feel!

I have embellished the lid again in fall colors, (well, its bright and sunny here! I decided to pick the sun flowers from the PP and made them using CLD sunflower die. The leaves are using CLD tropical leaves set.



The cups are stamped on text paper using Hot off the Press stamps and the sentiment too. The cups along with the flowers lend warmth to this project and definitely cheers you up first thing in the morning when you reach out to make your tea...right???

As you turn the box around, I have clipped an Ideology paper clip using a brad. Some paper scraps with inked edges hang on the back side for those eureka moments after sipping your favorite cuppa! I din't want to waste any space in this box, lol!



As you open the lid, you can stack up the tea sachets and then pull them out one at a time, from the base! Why would you buy a dispenser when you can make one now to your taste...Cheers to that!




Well, that's as easy as it can get...I am an avid recycler and I urge you look around your house to see what you can work on!

I will see you soon with an another interesting diy.

Until my next creative journey,
Happy crafting and recycling.
Cheers,
Rupa