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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Love Slider Flip album

Hello friends,
I love creating this mini flip album and try giving it  a twist each time .

You can call this a one sheet wonder mini album as I have used only one single 12x12 cardstock as base of the album.This is a quick and easy project sized 6"x 6"

  • Score the 12x 12 sheet at 6" in the centers then just cut one side to 6"
  • Fold the scored lines and your flip album is ready to be decorated
  • I have used all the different sheets of the  Beary hugs paper pack to decorate each sides of the album
  • The cover of the flip album holds a teddy who slides making it an interactive cover 


For the first flip I have made a pocket and small tags to go along for msgs and decorated it with the chipzeb .



The second layer holds a layout for picture and a beautiful stamped image 


The third opening is more to fill in with pictures 


The fourth and the last flip opens up for more pictures and decorated with a beautiful sentiment 



This is how the whole 6x6 mini flip album with the slider cover looks completed, to fill it up with pictures of  your day of Love !!


Isn't this something you all would love to try :) 

Thank you so much for visiting & taking the time to comment on my blog. I love to hear from you & truly appreciate your feedback. Have a crafty day!

warm regards
Sharada Dilip

Sunday, February 18, 2018

A Double slider fairy Card

Hello friends
I am back again with a interactive card today as well as a pictorial on how I made it .


Slider Die are used to create slider and mover Interactive cards. The set contains different size and style slider die which works both horizontal or vertical card layout. The circle cuts for creating your slider and slider base.



  • I have created this card using latest release Fairytale Wishes stamp set . 
  • I have stamped the images coloured them with copic markers and fussy cut them for the card . 
  • I have created the double slider using the Cut 3 slider die set on a card stock measuring 3.5" x 4" [as shown in the pictorial below ]
  • The little flowers from the Fairytale Wishes stamp set are stamped to complete the decor of the card and to match the mood board .
  • The fairies are adhered to the slider circles and they slide creating magic !
  • I have layered a mini polka dotted pattern paper on a 4" x 5.5" card stock and further adhered the slider card stock on it using double sided foam tape .


Thank you so much for visiting & taking the time to comment on my blog. I love to hear from you & truly appreciate your feedback. Have a crafty day!

warm regards
Sharada Dilip

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Mixed media tag with Mudra stamps

Hello Friends ,

 I am very excited to be a part of the Mudra's creative team and hope to spread love and kindness through my creations. MUDRA Stamps - Fun and whimsical stamps that are perfect for all your card making, scrapbooking and crafting projects!  They design and make high quality photopolymer stamps and  these are made in India. 

Mixed media Tag 


Mudra has introduced a new product "Chipzeb" or chipboards which are beautifully designed to cater to all your crafting needs especially for Mixed Media enthusiasts.




Mudra's Current Challenge #18 is based on a stunning Moodboard with shades of violet. Please do join in for a chance to win awesome Mudra goodies :) All the details can be found HERE.



Here is my inspiration for the challenge - 

This is how the base was made ready to decorate . 


  • I have used the latest release Chipzebs chipboard Simply tags as the base for this creation .
  • I have used modeling paste and stencilled with Grunge Stencil on the base .
  • Once the base is dry I have used watercolor paint to create splashes of Violets .
  • I have later adhered paper pieces in different places using gesso to create interest to the tag .
  • I have further stamped unevenly at different places using the latest release Mudra's Rustic Diamond mini stamp 
  • I decorated the tag with Leaves Chipzebs  and Beautiful Butterflies , I have coloured only the butterfly chipzebs to highlight it . 
  • I have completed the tag with a sentiment from the Butterfly flutters stamp set 
  • Finally played with Sugar Plum Mix Sequins 

Thank you so much for visiting & taking the time to comment on my blog. I love to hear from you & truly appreciate your feedback. Have a crafty day!

warm regards
Sharada Dilip

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Love is in the Air -Valentines Day Layout

Hello Friends , 

This is a layout I created for my Home studio wall . 


I have created a romantic layout with layers of papers , stencils , chipboards and stickers ! 
This is a collage of everything I love to use in my creations !!


I have put in meaningful details to this layout , every little bit of detail had something to do with what this layout wants to portray and here are close ups of all that went in !






This is pure depiction of Love , 14 years of togetherness and 10 years of marital bliss in form of a scrapboard !

Thank you so much for visiting & taking the time to comment on my blog. I love to hear from you & truly appreciate your feedback. Have a crafty day!

warm regards
Sharada Dilip

Friday, February 9, 2018

Winnie & Walter 4th Birthday Bash

Hello friends 

I have a card to share today made for the challenge at the Winnie and Walter blog for their 4th birthday bash. There are a couple of fun challenges there and I have chosen to play along with a few .

Here's a look at my card ,  I've used the Winnie & Walter The Big, the Bold and Extras set for this. 


I started with a card stock measuring 4" x 5.5" for the card . Layered it with a sticker backing  [from my scrap stash] on which I have given a die cut corner using Spellbinders die .


I have stamped my flowers using Versafine Onyx Black ink pad and colored it using my Zig clean color brush pens , fussy cut it and adhered it along with the leaves on the circle chipboard element from Mudra  . I have used a heart die cut in the centre , layered it with double sided tape to give dimension to the card . . I have used a gold glitter washi on the side of my card   and sentiment from my stash to finish it up.



 Playing along 
Winnie and Walter Use Your Scraps Challenge with Kelly [used a sticker backing ]
heARTful stamping challenge Anything Goes + a stamp
Stamping sensation - Anything with Flowers

Hope you all like my card ..Do drop me your comments...I really love to hear from you! :)
Have a nice day everyone!

Regards 
Sharada Dilip





Monday, February 5, 2018

Bookworm card with Book mark

Hello Friends , 
I have been bitten by the crafting bug this month and it  looks like a choco-block blogging month for me.... so keep dropping and cheering me up with my each creations .


This is a card made specially for a Bookworm who loves reading....what a better gift for that lil one other than books and a handcrafted bookmark !!


Here is the card with Dr Seuss quote which is created as a pocket for this handmade book mark .


The bookmark is created using Your next stamp set and coloured with my current favourite Copics. 
I have stamped and coloured it on bristol board paper and fussy cut it . 
I have created a back layer with a sticker backing which had ruled lines and have die cut the top with Elizabeth craft designs tags n more 6 daisy die .
Layered the coloured image with double sided foam tape on the base and completed the bookmark tag with a ribbon matching the card .

Im playing along

 Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge- anything goes

Challenge #277 Make your Mark

Regards 
Sharada Dilip

Friday, February 2, 2018

London Birthday chap

Hello friends ,


I’m sharing a card inspired by Inky Paws Challenge 64. I have used the super fun and adorable by Newton’s Nook Designs - Newton Dreams of London


I have added layers of pattern paper on the card and a die cut heart.
I have stamped the images and coloured it with my Copics .
I have fussy cut them and layered them as I wishes following the sketch .
Finally completed it with a Happy Birthday sentiment

Playing along
 Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge- anything goes

Regards 
Sharada Dilip

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Valentines special layered card

Hello friends,

The month of Feb brings in the new breeze and all I can smell and say is Love is in the air <3


Keeping the valentine colours in my mind I wanted to create a card but I didn't want to use the roses !
I went in to use Poinsettia from my christmas collection !! 


The base of this card is a printed kraft card from Itsy bitsy store. 
I have layered the packaging corrugated paper over it in an inch smaller size and added it along double sided foam tape so that it gives a raised look ! 
I am trying to create dimensions here . I have added chipboard swirls for the first layer and over it a die cut oval on which the sentiment sticker "we are in love " stand . 

Till here I was doing good but after that I felt  I was stuck ! Does that happen to you too?? what do you do when this happens?? 

Isn't that frustrating , sigh but I wanted to get this done and so I started browsing through my flower collections for something that would hint me the next step..... Finally the christmas leftover Poinsettia  came to my rescue !! Then the card completely fell in place as I added pearls and rhinestones.

A tough card this was for me but when I completed it I felt worth the Shot !!
Playing along
 Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge- anything goes

PCM - February-2018 




Regards 
Sharada Dilip

Monday, January 29, 2018

Layered Cards with tutorial

Hello Friends ,


I have been experimenting lately with my creations and if you have been watching my blogs over the last few months , 52 weeks 52 crafts has been an amazing journey to explore my potentials for me.... 

In my crafting/ craft blogging life of 7 years I have tried layered cards and people have always appreciated but somehow I never felt the calling for me there . So this was least interest for me but few days back while I was seperating my craft supplies I found some amazing stuffs I have ignored and wanted to put them in use and so again gave a try with Layered cards !

Here is a bonus pictorial for that too :P 


 I started out with a card stock A2 size ie 4x 5.5" when folded  .
For the first layer I began with a pattern paper which I have given a worn out look using my scissors . I use the basic tool and don't own fancy ones for most of my job !


For the layer 2 I have used wall theme chipboard embellishment , I have cut it into pieces and placed it to my satisfaction . I love to play them on the corners .


I have further layered a Die cut shaped pattern paper on it  with double sided foam glue .


Now I decided to do one more layer and used the left out chipboard embellishment in the center


Further I have added Dcwv chipboard flowers and layered it with die cut pattern paper with sentiment 


Finally finished it off with the pink rose buds .


The die I have used is a unbranded die , I have used 2 different sizes from the same set and used my sizzix die cutting machine .

Today is my mom's birthday and this one goes out specially for her :)

Hope you enjoyed the Pictorial of the making of this card as much as I enjoyed making it !


Playing along

Regards 
Sharada Dilip

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Fairy sparkle cards from Itsy Bitsy

Hello friends 


Today i'm here to share a pictorial of using Fairy sparkle glitters by Itsy Bitsy on my cards !


Just before I left for the christmas vacations these lovely Fairy sparkles were sent out to me from Itsy Bitsy team ! Thanks for being patient with me Rashmi Harish and Harish Closepet , I felt I had almost given up crafting when these Fairy sparkles played the magic on me....Thank you both for having faith in me .



Here are the 3 Fairy sparkles I have used - Rich copper Pale copper, Orange flush along with cards stocks , chipboards , Dcwv chipboard elements and Texture Tack glue all from Itsy Bitsy.

I choose to make cards with chipboard elements as shown in the above pictures .


To begin with I have covered my chipboard elements generously with the Texture tack glue with a brush .  This Texture Tack is designed with a special formula that makes it the perfect glue for your texture elements like glitter, sand, sawdust and more. After you apply texture tack to a surface generously and leave it for about 15 -20 minutes, its tackiness increases making it apt for sticking sequins, seed beads, mixed craft sprinkles and their likes firmly to the surface.

I have done this process with all the chipboard star at once and then decided on which colour sparkle to fill them up with.


The fairy sparkle is a wonderful assortment of glitter elements Ideal for creating gorgeous textures and adding depth to cards, tags, album covers, scrapbook layouts and also for altering glass, paper, cork and other surfaces Can be mixed this with mod podge for a mess free application .


Further for this card I have added a tag element on which I have sprayed Color Splash - Ocean Mist.
I have added elements to go along and played with the star placements and finally decided they shall go with a chipboard brick element.


To complete the card I have added a copper coloured string to the tag and matched it up with a pattern paper for the card to give dimension to the creation . Finally added a sentiment to go with the card , what else than a superstar for  a star creation !!

For the Card 2 

I have again gone with the tag chipboard . On this chipboard tag I have sprayed Color Splash - Lemon Zing and after it dried I have covered the corners with Texture tack glue .
I have used Texture tack glue here that gives me a added advantage of creating texture as seen here . 


I have made sure I dabbed off the excess on the paper before I went ahead with the creation .



I have added Dcwv chipboard element on the glittered base and further added sentiments and a silver glitter heart element to it to complete the look I have gone back to the flowers from the same chipboard collection







I totally enjoyed adding sparkle to my creation and hope you give it a try too !

Im playing along
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Simon says - Tag it : I have used tags in both of my cards as the base of creation

Regards 
Sharada Dilip