Wednesday, August 26, 2015

You Are RAWRsome!

Hello friends, I have a card using Gerda Steiner Designs stamps..
I have used the brand new Monster Party stamp set which is available in the shop..

 
Sooooo cute, I love this set!!!!
I stamped this cutie on a rectangular piece of cardstock and drew a square inside so that it would look like a polaroid!! The image is then colored using Copics. Once the coloring was done I rounded the top corners of the polaroid, stamped the sentiment using black Memento ink and adhered it using foam adhesive.
The design paper on the background is from Echo Park.
I also added a little strip of washi tape on top and added some hearts, I just love adding little hearts to my cards.
Here is a close up..
 
 
Hope you liked my card. You can check all the clear stamps available in the shop..
Thanks for stopping by!!

Challenges:
Addicted To Stamps: CAS
Simon Says Stamp: Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday: Anything Goes

Hugs,
Chitra

Monday, August 24, 2015

Kisses...

Hello friends, I have a card over at CardMaker blog..
Here is a sneaky peek of my card...

PH3

Hop on over to the blog for all the details..

Hugs,
Chitra

Sending lots of love

Hello friends, I have quick card to share with you. I played along with Freshly Made Sketches sketch for their 200th celebration.  Here's the sketch...
http://freshlymadesketches.blogspot.com/2015/08/freshly-made-sketches-200-celebration.html
 
and here is my card..
 
 
I played with my Clearly Besotted stamps "Mini Floral". I stamped the image using Memento black ink and colored the image using Prisma colored pencils and gamsol, also stamped the sentiment using the same black ink.
The orange cardstock for the upper half is die-cut using MFT border die and flesh adhered it on white cardstock and finally added some sequins for embellishment.
 
Here is a close up:
 
 
Hope you liked my card. I really enjoyed playing with my new Clearly Besotted stamps and I am planning on using it more...
Thanks for stopping by!!
 
Hugs,
Chitra
Challenge:
Freshly Made Sketches - Sketch #200
Not Just Cards - #23 Anything goes

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Thank You For Everything

Hello friends, we are having a new challenge over at A Blog Named Hero and this time the theme is...
 
We want to see projects "As Clean and Simple as Can Be!"
 
And this month we've been collaborating with...

 
Here is my project for the challenge:
 
Love how this card turned out!! I used Lil' Hoot stamp set from Hero Arts, stamped the image on Neenah solar white cardstock and colored using Copics. For some interest I scored straight lines ever 1/4 inch and stamped the sentiment from Neat & Tangled stamp set called Giving Tree.
Here is a close up...
 
That's all from me today!!
Hop on over to the blog for more inspiration and play along with us for you chance to win..
 
Thanks for stopping by!!
 
Challenges:
 
Hugs,
Chitra
 


Wednesday, August 19, 2015

I Missed You Birthday

Hello friends, I am back with my cards which I made for  MFT Summer School lesson #14 and #15.
Card #1:
Lesson #14 is about Color Saturation. I normally use highly saturated colors on my cards, I just love fun and bright colors on my cards and that is what I chose to use today as well...

 
 I played with BB Green Pastures set, I stamped her on Neenah solar white cardstock and colored using Copics. For the background I used distress inks and did some free hand water-coloring... Adhered the watercolor panel to a red cardstock from Recollections using foam sheet and strong glue.
Here is a close up..

 
Card #2:
For my second card I followed lesson #15 which is about Color Temperature...
Ok so warm colors are my go to colors, which I would normally say bright and fun colors and I will admit that it was kind of difficult for me to play with just the cool or the neutrals...
 
 
Here I played with the cool colors.. Really didn't know what to do initially then I remembered that I have this You're Super stamp set from MFT Birdie Brown, these colors are perfect to create a night sky background for this cutie.
I stamped her on neenah solar white cardstock and colored her using copics, for the background I used distress and memento inks; sponged it on a white cardstock panel, added few drops of water and also made some stars with my Sakura white pen.
Here is a close up..

 
That's all from me today!! I really  enjoyed making these cards and hope you liked them too.
Thanks for stopping by!!
 
Hugs,
Chitra
 
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