Showing posts from November, 2017

You Float My Boat!

Hi Everyone!

This is the card i made for my husband keeping in mind november month challenge
MFT Color Challenge 82.

When i was a kid i was very fond of making paper boats. I used to make the boats and let them float in bucket. So that was my most beautiful childhood memory. In this card i have made 3 paper boats with different colors, waves are water colored and hanged that banner with jute cords. For the final touch i have given the dashed line with the sketch pen.
Linking this card to following challenges.

Scrapbook Layout

Hi Everyone!

Today's post is inspired by MFT Wednesday Sketch Challenge - Sketch 360.
For the layout today i have used patterned paper with some embellishments. I took 10"x 10" white card stock and pasted a 9.5"x 9.5" vintage pattern paper from Paper Pack. I have used three strings of black jute cord from papericious in such a way that they meet at a point and lace looking paper stripes. Pasted paper doily then the picture with the brown card stock. At last i have used this moment chippi from papericious, some stars from craft tangles, stamp from hampton art on white card stock, wooden clip and flower die cuts from pink paislee.
Here's look at the sketch:

Reused Price Tag

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This post is all about a thank you tag i made from a clothing price tag.
This is the tag that i have reused to create a thank you tag shown above. Firstly i colored the tag with acrylic black & sap green then i cut the piece from the cardboard and colored the edges of the cardboard to give it distress look and pasted it on tag. Then for the embellishments i have used a jute cord, scented potpourri and the thanks sentiment.  Entering for:

Quick Fridge Magnets

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This post is all about some quick fridge magnets i made for my friend.

I took mdf board as a base, painted them with acrylic paints. i applied 3-4 coatings of paint and let them dry for 2-3 hours. I get the photos printed from a local vendor in a size of mdf base. Then i used mod podge to paste and seal the pictures on base. I applied 2-3 coatings of mod podge over the picture and given half hour time between each coat. Then the last step i pasted the round magnet with hot glue gun on back of base (You can use magnetic tape even). Thanks for reading my post. I hope it inspired you.

Mini Flat Cards with Envelopes

Hi all of you ! This is going to be my very first post and i am super excited...wish me luck..😇
In this post i want to show you what i made for my best friend's birthday & how i made it. It was her 25th birthday so i wanted to gift her 25 things but being short of time i decided to gift her 25 handmade mini flat cards with envelopes!
I designed all the mini cards in illustrator and got them printed. Then i pasted them on a colored paper half inch bigger than the cards.
Now comes the envelope part, that time i didn't have the envelope punch board so i folded three corners of square kraft paper equally and one corner little bigger than the other three and pasted them. Then i cut the heart shapes from the red glitter paper and pasted them on the envelope front.
 Now just wanted to have the final touch. So i combined all the envelopes with cards inside them in a stack of 3 and tied them with the pink ribbon.