Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Christmas Banner

Hello, Tanvi here bringing you some inspiration for Christmas! My project share today is a banner, I made this using the crafter's roll of Ruby/Gold Glossy foiled paper3D rolled star die setEmerald/Gold Glossy foiled paper.


I used some dies & embellishments from my stash to make this banner. The rich & festive colors of the foiled paper make such a beautiful banner!








Sharing this at - 
CHNC#359 - 17.11

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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Just A Note

Hello Friends! 
Sharing a card after a very long time 😊

The Penny Black flower images are copic colored & fussy cut, popped up on a panel with some distress ink background.


Playing along the following challenges - 








CIC#431 - 28.11



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Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Faux Pallet Tissue Box


Hope you all had a wonderful Diwali!

For my post today I am sharing a decoupage tissue box in which I have created a slatted/pallet look.



These are the supplies from Bob N Betty we need for the project - chipboards, decoupage papers & leather paper.



Measure the sides of the tissue box. Trim the chipboard & decoupage papers 1 1/2" wide.



The tissue box was painted with black acrylic paint. For the top I have used leather paper to coordinate my choice of red & black decoupage papers.  Decoupage the paper on all the chipboard pieces with mod podge.  Glue them on the sides of the box with mod podge. Remember to use a thick layer of mod podge since these are chipboard pieces. Once you cover all the sides seal the pieces with mod podge & varnish.



Here are some more close ups -







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Sunday, 29 October 2017

Twisted Card Tutorial

Hello & Welcome back!
I am back with a card share using Rinea Foils - Ebony/Gold, Lavender/GoldGhost Ink, and the Starburst Sentiments. I used these to make a twisted card. Here is a pictorial of the steps -























That's it from me today! Stay tuned for loads of inspiration here!

Friday, 27 October 2017

Halloween Tags


Hello Friends! I am back here with some Halloween Tags, made as inspiration for Rinea Blog

Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper

For the tags I have used the following supplies - 
MFT Tag builder Dies
Big Shot 
Inkadinkado - Test Tubes stamp set
Ribbons
Halloween 3D sticker sheet

With the MFT Tag Builder, I die cut multiple elements using the ebony & marigold foil. Using various die cuts I created 8 tags to share today.
Tag 1 -
The sentiment is stamped with the Rinea Ghost ink & its magical to use this ink!!!

Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper

Tag 2 -

Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper
Tag 3 -
Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper
Tag 4 - 
Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper
 Tag 5 - 
Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper
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Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper
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Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper
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Halloween Tags with Rinea Foiled Paper

Hope you are inspired to make some tags with the Rinea foil. Thank you for visiting today!

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Monday, 16 October 2017

Fun with New shades of Chalk paints - 2

Hello All!
Continuing my inspiration for the Itsy Bitsy blog, today I have some more projects using the new shades of chalk paints.


First up is an old tray I refurbished.
1. To begin clean & sand the tray.


2. I intend to retain the distressed look of the tray but with the new chalk paint shade - muted teal. For this paint the tray in black. 


3. Once dry rub a candle randomly at places you want to distress. 


4. Next paint the tray with muted teal chalk paint. Let dry.
5. Gently sand the tray. At places where the wax is, the top paint peels very easily revealing the base black coat.

6. To finish the tray I did an image transfer on the inside & sealed the paint with several coats of varnish.

Here is the final look.








The next project is a decoupage bottle using the same color - muted teal.




Some stamping & color splatters over the decoupage.






Wild wasabi is another shade from the new release that I love. I have decoupage a cutlery caddy to share - 



The contrast between the white of the doily & the green is the highlight of this caddy. 



Hope you are inspired by my projects. You can grab these chalk paints from the online store here.

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