Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Crafty Creations Challenge #360 - DT Post

Hello Friends,

Wish you all an awesome Valentine's Day..

Here I am back with my DT post for Crafty Creations Challenges and as usual the theme is "Anything Goes". This challenge is sponsored by Bugaboo Stamps and I chose this cute image called "Love Ewe".


Here is my card..  


To make this card:
  • I took A2 size white card stock, loosely water coloured the background.
  • After that I die cut out the tag and mounted it to the background in an angle.
  • Meanwhile, I coloured the digi image with Gansai Tambi watercolours ,fussy cut it and adhered it.  
  • Added the digi sentiment too.
  • Finally finished my card by adding some mini hearts here & there.
Hope you like it.

Here is the close up...






This challenge is sponsored by Bugaboo Stamps




Bugaboo Stamps is one of the leading companies in digital images.From seriously snarky to sugary sweet to sublimely soulful all the way over to the other side of the super sexy spectrum, you're bound to find all that you need and more to create your paper projects. Jodie works very hard to provide New Releases and Freebies every week!

Hop over to challenge blog to see the inspiration from other DT members  and  don't forget to participate  for your chance to win 4 digital images from the sponsor.

Hugs xx
Deepti Aggarwal

Playing along with :

HLS February Watercolour Challenge



CIC439 - going with Love theme

Friday, 9 February 2018

HLS - Anything goes with dies - February Challenge

Hello Everyone, 

Hope you are doing great!!


As this is the month of love, I have made a love card for my DT Post. I've used MFT's "You mean the world" die for my card..

Here is the pic..



To make this, I took A2 size white card stock, distress inked the background using different inks. Once satisfied, I splatter it with some water and then with black colour. Meanwhile, I took another white card stock and run it through the big shot using Stamplaorations stitched rectangle die. After that I die cut out the earth and sentiments using one single die from MFT. Adhered it on the inked card stock and finally completed it by adding some hearts here & there.

Here are some more shots..;)








Play along for your chance to win $20 discount to HLS shop.. it's always anything goes with dies.




Hop over to challenge blog to see the inspiration from other DT members.


Thank you so much for stopping by!!

Hugs!!

Thursday, 1 February 2018

You are my Favorite...

Hello Everyone, 

Hope you are doing great!!

I am so honoured to be chosen as the guest designer this month for Paru's Card Making Challenge . Thank you so much Paru for having me. 

The theme for this month challenge is Love... 




And here is my take on the current challenge using cute critters from Neat & tangled "My Favorite Nut" stamp set.


To make this card, I took A2 size white card stock and ink smooshed the background. Once satisfied, stamped some hearts and then added the water coloured tree bark die cut outs from Craftin Desert Divas. Meanwhile stamped, coloured and fussy cut my focal image from "My Favorite Nut" stamp set. Adhered the same with foam tape to add some interest. Finally finished it by adding some stamped acrons and hearts here & there.

And here is the tag...



To make this tag, I have used "Heart of Gold Die" from Neat & Tangled. First , I cut out the heart using the same die as my stencil and ink smooshed it. Then attached the heart of gold die cut out using pink paper ribbon. Adhered the cute image to complete it.



I hope that you are inspired to join in the challenge this month to celebrate LOVE. Can't wait to see what you create!!

Hop over to challenge blog for more details.

Thank you so much for stopping by!!

Hugs xx 
Deepti Aggarwal

Linking this to:
ATSM - Challenge #277 Make your Mark


HLS February Watercolour Challenge


Simon Says Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes
Work It Wednesday January 2018 - Love
PIP Challenge 1804 - Anything goes
Watercooler Wednesday Challenge 155 - Anything Goes


Uniko Challenge - 45 - Something old ( stitched dies from my stash ) Something new ( new stamp) theme Love

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Bee Mine...

Hello Friends..

Here I'm back with another card... I really enjoyed making this one..did lots of masking & masking.. I have used my new cute little Bee stamp from " Honey Bee Stamps" which I got free ( who doesn't love free stuff ;))with my order..yay!!

I'm really happy with the outcome..it's giving a 3D effect..I hope you can see that in the below pics..

 To make this card..

  • I took A2 size white card stock, masked the whole card except the heart.
  • Then took my little cute bee stamp and stamped it over the un-masked heart area using black archival ink.
  • Stamped some more bees on a piece of white card stock, fussy cut it and adhered it to the base card stock with mounted tape for giving 3D effect.
  • Finished my card by adding die cut out sentiment on red foam glitter sheet and some hearts here & there.
I hope you like it..

Here are some pics to show you the dimension..







Thank you so much for stopping by!!

Hugsxx
Deepti Aggarwal

Playing along with:

Paru's Card making January Challenge - I have used my new bee stamp.

Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - Add a sentiment
Simon Say - Work it Wednesday - Something New- new stamp
CAS on Friday - Love /Valentine Day
CAS on Sunday
Inspire Create Stamping challenge - Love theme
Bizzy Becs Challenge for January - Anything goes
HLS January CAS Challenge - Made for a best friend.

Uniko Challenge - 45 - Something old ( My old dies for sentiment ) Something new ( Honey bee stamp) theme Love

Friday, 19 January 2018

Poinsettia Christmas Cards

Hello Friends..

I was on Craftyscrappers blog with my inspiration post last month.Because of my hectic travelling schedule on Christmas, I forgot to share these cards here at my blog...Finally got time to write my blog....He he he

I have made these 3 cards using  single stamp set called "Christmas Wishes" focusing on  Embossing

Card 1


To make this card:
  • I took A2 size water coloured card stock.
  • Heat embossed the poinsettia flowers & holy leaves using Gold embossing powder.
  • Coloured the background and flowers with gansai tambi watercolours.
  • Once satisfied, mounted this on white card stock along with gold washi tape.
  • Added the die cut sentiment on the vellum along with some gold sequins to finish my card.


Playing along with:
HLS January Christmas Challenge


The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge: A/G.

Card 2


To make this card:
  • I took 5 by 5 inches white card stock.
  • Heat embossed the wreath using gold embossing powder and coloured it.
  • Meanwhile, gold heat embossed the poinsettia flowers on water colour paper, coloured and fussy cut it.
  • Arranged these flowers on the wreath and then embossed the sentiment on vellum.
  • Added some gold sequins to finish it.

Playing along with:
HLS January Christmas Challenge


The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge: A/G.


Card 3


To make this card:
  • I took A2 size watercolour paper. 
  • Heat embossed the poinsettia flowers using white embossing powder.
  • Messy coloured the panel with different colours.
  • Added the die cut sentiment and sequins to complete it. 

Playing along with:
The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge: A/G.



I really enjoyed making these cards... more than that it 's a great feeling when you use your stamp so effectively...;)

Thank you so much for stopping by!!

Hugs xx
Deepti Aggarwal

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Crafty Creations Challenge #358 - DT Post

Hello Friends,

Hope you are doing great!!

Here I am back with my DT post for Crafty Creations Challenges and as usual the theme is "Anything Goes". This challenge is sponsored by Kinda Cute by Patricia Alvarez and I chose this cut image of girl with bunch of balloons for my card.

Here is my card.. 


To make this card:
  • I took A2 size kraft card stock, adhered white stitched rectangle die cut out( from Stamplorations) and distress inked it cloud background.
  • Then I die cut out the word "Happy" from Winnie and walter and distress inked it and adhered it to the card stock as shown.
  • Meanwhile, I coloured the digi image with Gansai Tambi watercolours ,fussy cut it and mounted it with foam tape. 
  • Finally added the hand written birthday sentiment coloured strip and some white sequins to complete my card.

Hope you like it.

Here is the close up...


This challenge is sponsored by Kinda Cute by Patricia Alvarez

Kinda Cute by Patricia Alvarez offers a wide range of images and paper crafts made by Patricia Alvarez. Patricia is a self taught illustrator who always did realistic drawing.Her webpage is full of cute image. Click the above link to visit her webpage.  

Hop over to challenge blog to see the inspiration from other DT members  and  don't forget to participate  for your chance to win 3 digital images from the sponsor.

Hugs xx

Deepti Aggarwal

Playing along with:

Seize the Birthday - Anything goes


W&W- rerun no. 27
w&w_rerun_logo

Stamplorations Jan Challenge - Theme & sketch..I'm going with sketch


As you like it challenge - Anything Goes
As You Like It Challenge


Tuesday, 9 January 2018

HLS - Anything goes with dies - January Challenge

Hello Everyone,

Wish you all a great year ahead..


I was on Christmas vacation and  had a wonderful time with my family and friends... Finally back to crafting..Here is my first commissioned order & first post for the year 2018... I have made this photo easel card for a client...


As per my client request, I kept it very simple...To make this card..I took 5 by 5 inches white card stock and covered it with pattern paper... Then I die cut out the flowers using red card stock and arranged it around the photo along with quilled flourishes.. And the easel base, I adhered heart die cut out and Happy Birthday sentiment.

Here are some more pics...





Play along for your chance to win $20 discount to HLS shop.. it's always anything goes with dies.




Hop over to challenge blog to see the inspiration from other DT members.


Thank you so much for stopping by!!

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