Saturday, December 3, 2016

Quick and Easy Christmas cards..part 2

welcome back to part 2 of Quick and Easy Christmas cards using patterned paper from 
I can't get enough of this paper has such fun designs and the quality is just fantastic!

To make this card, I used the Christmas tree paptterned paper as the base and,
 overlayed it with the cute houses paper. 
I felt it needed something to make it pop, 
so I added the two strips of red card  stock on either side. 
I stamped two panels with greetings from the Hero Arts 'Xmas sentiments' stamp set and,
 adhered them to the top and bottom of the card.
 I finished the card by adding some self adhesive pearls.

So much fun to make and really quick and easy. 
Hope you are merrily making some Christmas Cards with patterned paper!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!
Paru Mahtani
Paru's Perceptions.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Quick and Easy Christmas cards

Happy December!
You can feel the nip in the air in Mumbai and its starting to feel like Christmas!!
to make some quick and easy Christmas cards.
The papers that I have used for this card are from the Happy Holidays 6"x6" paper pack.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Explosion boxes made using Enchanted Blooms by CrafTangles (Video tutorial)

Hi Guys,

I am back again with another post and a very pic heavy post so beware :). This time using the gorgeous floral paper pack named Enchanted Blooms by CraftAdda. This paper is simply gorgeous and I can't get enough of it so you will see more of my projects using this paper. Do check it out and leave your comments on whats your input on the paper pack :)
So I have tried my hands on an explosion box along with a video tutorial, so without further wait here is the look at the same -

Video tutorial for the same -

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Friday, November 25, 2016

'Colours of India' Mini album by Tanaya

Good Morning Everyone,

Today i have come up with a very unique and Desi theme-Colours of India by CrafTangles 😊 .The paper pack is of Indian Theme with -Lots of unique designs like city names,dance forms,Indian designs,Hindi words etc. which i loved working with.
As it is indeed a unique design so made the cover page unique too.I have used the burlap attached to this beautiful lace for the spine which lets a little part of the lace cover the front and the back of the cover.I have used this stunning metal embellishment of a Spectacles and added thread from both the sides which will let you keep your pictures safe and tucked inside.

Lets check out the Mini album-

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Thank You shakers part 2

As you can see I have been busy making shaker cards all month.
I'm also feeling very thankful for all the blessings in my life, so, 
even though we don't celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday in India, 
I thought it would be nice to showcase some thank you cards. 
So here they are...

 For the first card I used two different papers from the "Colours of India" paper pack
I just love the vibrant colours and fun motifs!

To create the shaker element , I stacked up 8 frames cut using ''Peekaboo" rectangle frame dies. 
I then adhered it to a piece of patterned paper cut to size to create a backing. 
I then filled in the multicoloured sequins. 
I cut another frame to which I adhered a piece of acetate, 
and placed it over my stack to seal the shaker.
Once this was ready, I cut a piece of patterned paper to size and adhered it to the white card base. 
I then adhered my shaker to the base and added the sentiment to finish the card.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Not So Big Purse Album for Mom

Hello everyone!
Rashmi here ... today I am sharing a not so big album.Yeah ! It's a tiny purse shaped album customized for a Mom using Pyaari Maa 6x6" paper collection by CrafTangles.

Friday, November 18, 2016

Vintage floral mini album

Hello friends,
  Kavitha here today.I am sharing a mini album made with beautiful collection from November release "Enchanted blooms".Roses,clocks,texts and Eiffel tower...whats more you need to make a beautiful romantic vintage style album?