Tuesday, June 30, 2020

You are amazing


Here is a card made using the stamp set 'Wall Paper Art' from Altenew. I love the big flowers since they are perfect for water coloring.

I stamped the flowers onto watercolor paper with Antique linen distress ink and colored the images with Zig Clean Color brush pens. I cut them with the co ordinating dies.

I took another piece of watercolor paper and created the background and splattered blue and brown colors. I adhered the die cut elements and added a few copper-colored sequins. 

 I stamped the sentiment on a dark blue piece of cardstock with versamark and embossed it with white embossing powder.

I hope you liked my card. Till next time - Happy crafting!

Linking this for the following June Altenew challenge:

Thursday, June 25, 2020

A sweet bunny card - CAS style

Here is my DT inspiration for Conie Fong using her Digi - Bunny Hearts - Girl.

I colored the image with Copic markers. I created a sky scene with distress inks and mounted it on the panel. To finish off I added a few clear sequins and the sentiment from the bundle. 

Image used:

Bunny Hearts - Girl

Till next time - stay safe and happy crafting!


Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Envelope Album Tutorial


Today I am sharing a tutorial for the envelope album made as DT Inspiration for June. Here is the album I made:

This is a long tutorial with lots of measurements. I am sharing as well video tutorial for album. I hope you enjoy it.

Materials required:

Envelope punch board, 12 x 12 inches cardstocks, scissors, glue, a scoring board.

The main envelope is box type measuring 7 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches with 1/2 inch depth. 
  • For this take a square card stock measuring 10 3/4  x 10 3/4 inches. 
  • Make the first punch at 4 3/8, score, and second punch at 5 inches, score. 
  • You will not be able to score completely since the paper will hangover beyond the board. (Don't worry, that will be taken care of when we punch and score all sides. )

You will end up with two parallel score lines like this:

  • Rotate the paper 180 degrees and score and punch on the opposite edge. 

  • Now reverse the cardstock and follow the same steps as above. 
  • Repeat on all four sides. Snip off all the corners.

  •   Fold and burnish all the creases. 
  • You have the main box envelope measuring 7 1/2 inches x 5 5/8 inches. 

  • For the two side envelopes, take two pieces of cardstock measuring 9 1/4 inches. Punch at 4 3/8 and score. Follow the scoreline, and punch and score on all four sides.
  • Fold and burnish all the fold lines and you will have two side envelopes measuring 6 1/4 inches x 5 5/8 inches.

  • Cut off one of the flaps from the 5 5/8 inches and attach it to the matching side flap of the box envelope. 

  • Repeat for the other side also. You will now have the album ready.

  • You can decorate and add pages and pockets as you wish. 
Here is the video tutorial for the album. I have shared how I added the pages also.


We always trim the pattern paper 1/8 inch less than the size of the card stock. But when you are decorating the triangular flaps of the envelope, the measurements are different.
  • Measure from the base of the flap. Here we have 5 3/4 as measurement. 

Take a square piece of pattern paper measuring 5 3/4 inches and cut diagonally. You will have two triangular pieces of pattern paper. 

Mark with a pencil on the corners where you need to trim.

Trim the edges and you have the layer for the flaps.

That was a long post with all the details. I hope you all found this tutorial helpful and will give it a try.

Till next time, stay safe and craft more.


Sunday, June 7, 2020

Molly's Fairy Gift


Today I am sharing a card I made using the digital stamp - Molly's Fairy Gift from Conie Fong. This is my DT inspiration project.

I colored the image with Copic makers. I added white dots with a white gel pen for a glittery effect. 

I took an A2 card base and layered it with pattern papers and die cuts. I added the image and decorated the panel with my handmade paper flowers. 

You can find the image here

Dies used: 

Lace Ribbon
Heart Patterns

Pearl Threads and Stamens

Linking this to following challenges:

Thank you for stopping by. Till next time - Stay safe and craft more!


Monday, June 1, 2020

Enveloped Shaped Mini Album


Hope you are keeping safe and healthy. Today I am sharing my DT inspiration post for Mini Album Makers Challenge for June. This time I have made an envelope-shaped mini-album, which is cute, compact, and perfect for gifting.

I decorated the front with fussy cut elements from the paper pack and a few die cuts from Fantasy Dies. I applied a coat of Wink of Stella Clear glitter on the flowers. Here is a closer view

The album measures 7.5 inches x 5.5 inches with a depth of half an in inch. I have used 'Loveland' papers from Scrapboys. The envelope opens and you have two more envelopes on either side. 

I added a few flaps on the central part for adding photos. I added a vellum pocket which I embossed with gold embossing powder. It holds a journaling tag and a photo mat. 

Here is a walkthrough of the album: 


Thank you for stopping by. Waiting to see you create and join our challenge for the month of June. 

Stay safe, stay healthy and keep crafting!


Materials used:

Scrapboys - Loveland paper pack

Scrap Boys Loveland 

Fantasy Dies:


Linking this for Fantasy Dies June Gallery:

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