Rakshabandha in just around the corner and so it is time to make some rakhis. Here are some made this year…
These are for older brothers and now something for kid brothers :-)
Cioa till we meet next.
Stay healthy and keep crafting :-)
I have seen many artists who do paper cutting and make wonders. Then I came across Charlie’s work and I was smitten. I wanted to try it my self. Here is what I came up with.
What do you guys say? I know there’s a lot of room for improvement but I am happy with the first cut and my fingers are sore :lol: :lol:
You take care and keep crafting
What do you say about this utterly girlish card. Isn’t the quilled hanging basket super cute?
It was fun to make this card with a lot of different techniques used – dry embossing, heat embossing, distressing, quilling, punching etc. Loved the way it has turned out :-)
Hope you like it too.
Keep crafting and stay safe.
As you have seen earlier, I have been bitten by miniature bug :-D
So I have added a couple of other things to my miniature collection, this time its a small rug and a mini floral basket. Do let me know what do you think about it.
I also made this center table to match…
Now have to make new things to add to this collection. Will show once I make something new.
Have fun, be safe and keep crafting…
I stumbled upon Kris’ awesome blog recently and if I say I was amazed, it will be an under statement of the year. Not that I had never made miniatures earlier but they were not this small and definitely not this detailed.
I wanted to try something new and I had all the time in the weekend (Cub and hubby being on their respective tours!! ;) ).
See what I came up with;
This being my first try I could not take many pictures in the making…
You can see I have painted the back too :D
It was definitely fun to make this and was a little tough to maneuver with such a small scale but fun nonetheless. The size of this stool chair is 8 cm in height and 3 cm in diameter.
Once I was done with it my itch to make another miniature was stronger. So then I took up a little bigger miniature with more work to do. I completely forgot to take pictures in the working stage but see what I came up with…
Backless sofa/couch with two plush cushions… completely handmade :D
I am happy with the results… do leave some comments on how to do better.
I am sure to come up with more miniatures in the future. It is really fun :) Thank you Kris for opening this new world to me. :)
P.S. I am entering my backless sofa/couch for Colour Conceptions “Anything but cards” challenge. Wish me luck guys :)
It was the time when my mojo was at its lowest. I HAD to jazz myself up. My eyes fell on photo inks I was hoarding for a few months now. Without thinking too much I gathered my inks and spritz bottles and decided to just go for some fun.
Here are a few shots of my experiments.
Loved the water colour effect…
And the cards…
Experimenting still going on. Will be back with more cards soon… :-) :-)
Had to make a scrapbook album for a baby boy and I did not want to used the traditional flowery stuff. It had to be bold colours and almost no use of flowers (the one I generally use).
Also, for the first time I have used “Hidden Hinge Binding” and I absolutely love it. The finishing that I got with this binding is unmatachable. It looks unlikely now that I would go back to “ring binding” again.
Please note that this is a picture heavy post. Now, let me take you through the pages!! :D
I used some crayons to give the background to “Cherish”… and “Cherish” is a chip board die cut coloured with spray colouring with Photoinks.
Now time for the pages… :)
In between you see that my watermark disappears from the pictures. Well, that’s because I accidentally deleted my watermark picture :roll: :roll: Now, I will have to make another one but till then I just wanted to share this creation of mine. :D :D
And that is all peeps :D :D
Hope you like this…
Keep smiling, keep crafting and stay safe…