Wednesday, 30 December 2015

My unpublished cards of 2015!

Hello Ladies!! :)

As we are nearing the end of year 2015, I wanted to share with you all cards that I made but somehow couldn't publish or didn't want to! 

Here they are...!

I want to take a moment and THANK each one of  YOU for being a part of my crafty world ! This year has seen several ups and downs. As you all know, this year, I lost my mother in law who was battling breast cancer. But in spite of my personal loss, YOU all have been an amazing inspiration to me when things were down. Somewhere, somehow, that art work, that craft work, has helped me build my strength!

So, now, on the happier note, I have BIG NEWS in store for you all for 2016..! Eagerly waiting to share with you all!

Hope you enjoyed seeing this display of cards!

Happy New Year 2016! :)

Thursday, 17 December 2015

A Grid Card!

Hello All!!

I have made a Christmas card and this is really not my usual style of making a card but I somehow wanted to try something different. And here it is! :)

For the card, I started off by heat embossing STAMPlorations - Yuletide Cheer stamp on a watercolor paper base. Then, I watercolored them using distress ink - Mowed lawn and Salty ocean.

I made these grids and adhered them over a black card base. And added the heat embossed sentiment from the same stamp set.

Hope you liked this new style?

I am entering it for Peek-A-Boo designs Challenge - inspired by the gorgeous moodboard

CASEplorations - CASEing Amy's wonderful card inspired by repeated stamping and embossing.


STAMPlorations- Anything Goes

Thank you so much for being here..! 
Loadsaaa Lurrrrvvv!  :)

Tuesday, 15 December 2015


Hello Dear Friends! :)

I bought Kraft cardstock recently and I am loving it! This is my first of the many other that I am gonna make on Kraft. 
Here is my card

I used versamarker and doodled that design on the card base. I heat embossing using Ranger white embossing powder.

Later, I colored using watercolor from Mr.Huey's and stamped the sentiment from STAMPlorations Bloom sketches!

I am highly inspired by the doodling from this beautiful Pinterest Inspired Challenge pic! :)

Craftyscrappers - Rainbow theme


Thanks for stopping by!
Hugs xx

Sunday, 13 December 2015

Winter Holiday Coffee Lovers Blog Hop & more!

Hellooo Peeps!! :)

I know, you must be making your coffee card this blog hop is so exciting and so happening! The whole blog world is thrilled and energised!! With a list of amazing sponsors and with Amy and Chaitali behind this hard work , this hop is gonna be Legen--wait for it and craft-- dary! ;)

Here is my card!!
I have used digital image from STAMPlorations...a few days back I had downloaded it from the gallery. I am also using STAMPlorations monthly sketch. I altered the image by writing COFFEE over the mug. And I also added those hearts and fumes.

For the card, I used Unity stamp and Bo Bunny- it is written to make that script background and vertical  circles. I colored the digi using distress ink from Tim holtz and the patterned paper is from a local shop. The sentiment is from STAMPlorations -  Bloom sketches.

I am entering it for , of course , for Coffee Lovers blog hop

STAMPlorations Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy hopping! :)

Friday, 11 December 2015

How to make daubers and ARTplorations blog hop!

Hello Dear Friends! :)

Today, I am giving you the tutorial for how to make daubers at home. The craft hack will save you a lot  and when you need many, this can be an effective solution!

All you need is a Pipe with 1/2 cm diameter and sponge or a felt sheet.

Cut your pipe into smaller pieces and also your sponge sheet.

Fold them into a cylindrical shape and fit into that pipe as above.

Note that, the corners of the sponge should not be pulled out. Also, while sponging with the ink, you can get a grip on those daubbers by putting you finger inside the pipe so that sponging is smooth.

I made 10 of them. Hope you liked this idea? :)


I am so glad to take part in STAMPlorations Blog Hop.

They are featuring ARTplorations stencil and I have used one of them in my card. I have used ARTplorations - Bold Florals.

For the card, I sponged those gorgeous flowers using Salty ocean and Mowed lawn distress ink.
I stamped Bo Bunny script stamp on those flowers and leaves and later colored the blank area using Black soot Distress ink. 
The sentiment is from STAMPlorations - Trendy Feathers stamp set. :)
I am also entering for STAMPlorations Anything Goes

Have fun hopping along!
Hugs xx

Friday, 4 December 2015

A Watercolored Card

Helloo Sweet Crafters! :)

My second card for December is here

For the card, I used Fiskars-Petals from scratch stamp for those gorgeous flowers! Then I watercolored them using Distress inks from Tim Holtz. I heat embossed the sentiment with Gold embossing powder and used Dee's Balloons & Banners stamp set from STAMPlorations.

The strip on the base is stamped using Bo Bunny- to the point stamp set and Distress ink -Salty Ocean.I have adhered the flowery panel and sentiment on the base using double sided tape to add dimension.
BTW, those cubes besides my card?!.. are origami cubes- handmade - created by my FIL. :)

Hope you liked my card? 

I am entering it for Runway Inspired Challenge#97 .

Happy Little Stampers CAS Challenge - Two of my fave techniques- Embossing and No line watercoloring

STAMPlorations - Anything Goes

Thanks a lot for hopping by!
Hugs xx

Look, my snowman is totally skiing!

Heyyaaaa Dear Crafters!!


Where did the year go..! :D With so many gorgeous creations seen on the blog world..I am fascinated seeing that however busy our world might me we find time for what we love, don't we? :)

Alright, so, this post is for December Craft for the Craic Design Team which is asking you to get into festive mode and mood...and create something/anything showing us " Christmas Cheer"! 

My snowman is so cheerful that it started skiing and I am so happy to see it like that.. ;)

For the card, I started off by stamping and coloring the snowman from STAMPlorations - Yuletide Cheer. I fussy cut it out and created a little scene by watercoloring the background and stamping the sentiment. I added those skies using red colored strip and handed it to the snowman to add some dimension. I used American Craft patterned paper for the background to make it look like snow...does it? :)

I am entering for

Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - Let It snow
Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog


I hope I inspired you to make cheerful Christmas projects in some way and want to see how YOU interpret this theme!

So , READY to play?!!
Thanks for dropping by..hope you have a great time ahead! :)