Friday, 10 May 2019

Coffee Lovers Spring/Summer Bloghop - Card 2

                                                                          Hello!          This is card 2 for the Spring/Summer Coffeelovers bloghop which is ending tonight.

Played with alcohol inks to create the background on yupo paper. The stenciled pattern was done with alcohol lift ink.
 
The water colored embellishments colored with Zig Brush pens are from Itsy Bitsy

Playing along the following challenges - 

WWCC#220 - 14.5 - Topper

DL.ART#243 - 31.5


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Thursday, 9 May 2019

Coffee Lovers Spring Summer Bloghop - Card 1


Hello Friends!
A quick card share today to participate in the Spring Summer Coffee Lovers Bloghop.

For this card, I first used alcohol inks to make a background on Yupo paper. Next, I die cut the coffee cup & stamp the sentiment (Newton's Nook) with alcohol lift ink. Stamped a few coffee stains on a pattern paper & mounted the coffee cup with foam squares.



Sharing this at - 
Die Cut Divas - 31.5

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Tuesday, 30 April 2019

Vintage Travel Book Box

Hello & welcome to another post!
If you love to travel & collect ephemeras or simply document every boarding pass, ticket or postcard from your travels, I have a keepsake box to store your travel memorabilia.
The I travel the world & Vintage letters decoupage papers were perfect for this theme.
To create a faux textblock I used texture paste & ran a comb tool through to make pages.

For a vintage look on the spine & back I used 1 step crackle medium over brown acrylic paint. The top coat is Pale daffodil chalk paint.
 For the inside I selected some coordinating map papers.


This vintage travel box is perfect not only store your travel treasures, pictures, etc but will make a great addition as home décor pieces too!
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Saturday, 23 February 2019

Art Journal Page - HOPE

Hello!
The Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge is a very interesting one this week - No Stamps Allowed.
For my journal page I created the background using gelatos, lots of stenciling with modelling paste & archival inks. The hydrangeas are fussy cut from pattern papers & so is the quote. The black  flowers & motifs are rub ons.

Sharing this at the following challenges - 
Art playground - 28/2 (flower & leaf shapes)
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Thursday, 24 January 2019

Doily effect on Chopping board


Hello Friends & welcome here! 
I am sorry, though I have been neglecting my blog 😒 I am creating loads of projects especially decoupage & share them regularly on my facebook page & Instagram, feel free to follow me there for regular updates!
Today’s project is a chopping board wall décor piece that also serves as a post it holder.
A simple technique to add some drama to a project is to combine a shabby chic print with bright chalk paints. For this base I used papers some shabby prints.
Using a large doily as a stencil, I created a pattern on the decoupaged paper with chalk paint.
I loved the contrasting colors of the the paper & paints. To add some more texture, I have also used 1 step crackle medium on the board around the doily stencil.
Some random newsprint stamping with archival ink, further built on layers to this project.
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Monday, 22 October 2018

Guest Post 1 for HNDMD

Hello Everyone!
This is Tanvi from Paperfantasees & its such a pleasure to be guesting for HNDMD. Thank you Khyati 😊
So here is my first post using the gorgeous decoupage papers & chalk paints Khyati sent across - a coordinating set of tray & coasters.






I selected the Aged Beauty designs for this set. While these designs have a vintage feel, I wanted a brighter look. The chalk paints (lemon drop & tomato red) were ideal. I painted the inside of the tray with lemon drop chalk paint. Once dry I dabbed tomato red paint using a sea sponge. The resulting texture was now perfect to brighten the tray. Painted the outside of the tray with pale daffodil. Random stenciling with copper paint for a subtle metallic sheen & I had a gorgeous set waiting to adorn my table!









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Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Patina Effect Paste

Hello Al!
If you love the look of patina & would like to effortlessly AGE your artifacts in a few hours hang in here as I share how! This was my inspiration post for the LetzCraft Blog.



For the patina I used CrafTangles Patina effect paste which is a thick matte textured paste that gives results on  almost any surface like canvas, wood, paper, metal etc. & Finnabair metallique wax.

This is the lantern BEFORE ageing 😉


To begin I carefully removed the glass pieces on the lantern & cleaned it thoroughly with a wet wipe. For the faux patina  sponge all the four patina shades in the set till you get the desired effect, simple isn’t it! Such an amazing effect, with layers of blue & green over the metal.










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Explosion Box Album

Hello & welcome back!
When I received the gorgeous Roseate Pack pack in my DT kit, I was sure it would remain in my stash forever,my heart aches to cut papers I love!
I have made an explosion box mini album using this paper pack, the base of the album is Beirut Black card stock


















Some elements from the collage sheet were fussy cut for embellishing the lid.



This is a tall box measuring  5x7", three of the 6 pages have pockets for additional inserts & tags.















 I have also fussy cut the floral motifs & used these are pockets on the inside of the box.


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