Sunday, 7 May 2017

SOAK UP THE FUN- MFT

Good Morning

Hope you all are doing great, 
Today I am going to showcase fun stamp set from My favourite brand My Favourite Things- Soak up the Fun and its coordinating Die set. 



SUPPLIES USED 

Let's get started ....

STEP 1
Firstly I have stamped, water coloured the cute little sea critters from the stamp set and with the help of coordinating die set I have cut them.


Next I have taken 2 One is a solid tag with a stitched perimeter, a second features stitching and a die-cut rectangular window, and a third includes two die-cut windows with stitched perimeters

STEP -2 

Now take any distress ink of your choice, I wanted to created under water scene therefore I have shade of blue - salty ocean distress ink.
Rub the ink pad against the craft sheet- spritz water over the ink- drag the tags in the inks- heat set the tags.


STEP-3

Once the inks dries out, place your critters/images basically I am just doing my positioning how I want my tag to look.
Once through glue down the images. 


STEP-4

Paste the images and cover the window tags with a sheet of acetate


STEP-5 

On the edges of window tag apply 3d dimensional foam tape.
Next add yummy sequins inside the base tag and paste the window above it and seal the tag.


Viola Tags are ready :)



Hope you like these cue little tags.

Moving with this stamp set I have created few more simple fun and cute little projects.



 For the above card I have simply water coloured the background and used some dress my craft sequins and cute little elephant image and sentiment from the Mft stamp set - soak up the fun.


This one is my favourite from the stamp set. I have created this shaker card using loads of dress my craft sequins.


For the above project I have hand drawn the waves using versamark pen and used white embossing powder and heat set it. Background is distressed and water coloured. Critters and sentiment from the stamp set- soak up the fun .


I hope you all like it and was able to inspire you all.

Have nice day
XOXO
Isha.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Over to Crafters Corner

Hello Everyone


Today I am sharing a Book- Box card which I have made on superman theme, and it is to be gifted to someone who is fan of Superman...
Without wasting time, let's get started..
Mind you it’s a picture heavy post and will mention the list of supplies used in the end of the post.

I have used loads of images of superman which I have googled and downloaded.. I am sorry if in case I missed giving any due credit to anyone.. these images were downloaded from free printables.

Let’s move ahead on the project, I have used loads of dress my crafts sequins and Mod podge to make this project.

This is a huge book box card, measures 12x12 inches in size.




That's how the binding looks like...





On the top of the card I mean the cover I have made a big shaker element, which holds loads of sequins, all from Dress my crafts Crafters corner.




 I cannot get enough of the beauties .. some more pictures from different angels..

How to make shaker top- 

-Taken two 1/2 inch strips, measuring 8 inches length 
-Another two pieces 1/2 inch strip of heavy Cardstock 3'7/8 inch 
-double sided foam tape,
-Glitter foam sheets 

Step 1 - make box with double sided tape first 
Step 2 - add card stock strip above the layered foam tape
step 3 -  Add another layer of double sided tape on Black card stock strip 
Step 4 - Add all the elements you want inside the box.

I have added the superman cut out and dress my crafts sequins inside it. And 

Step 5- finally covered the same with acetate sheet.
Step 6- Lastly added the foam glitter strip to cover/ hide the foam tape to complete the look.






I have fussy cut this superman logo and added on the band and have attached Velcro to make this closure band.




Moving inside the box card, tdaaa
here is how it looks when we open the box...



On the base I have done some stamping, heat embossing and decoupage...

This actually reminds me of comic book page and I totally love way how it turned out.





I have used Dimensional Mod podge to make Faux epoxy stickers..




So here we come to an end of my project.
I hope you all liked it :) Don't forget to leave some love.

XOXO


Supplies used -
Black card stock
Mod podge dimensional
Mod podge gloss super thick
Memory box cityscape die
Pattern paper from stash
Tombow glue multi
MS border punch
Dress My crafts sequins


double sided tape - foam/ tacky tape