Thursday, October 19, 2017

Crafting with Preeti D.- Part 2

Hello Dear Crafty Friends!

First of all, I'd like to wish you and your loved ones 
A Very Happy, Prosperous and Wonderful Diwali from all of us at Peek-a-boo Designs :) 

Today, I have 4 cards to share with you. 

Card 1: Floral Card - For You


Process:

1. Die cut Canson watercolor paper using the Scalloped Rectangle die. Then did loose watercoloring & created the drips on the stitched rectangle die cut
2. Stamped the beautiful flowers from the new Pretty Roses stamp onto watercolor paper, watercolored them using zig markers and an aqua brush and then fussy cut them. Also, added a few white dots to the flowers using a gel pen to make them pop
3. The sentiment was stamped from the Pretty Roses stamp onto a strip of white cardstock
4. Die cut black & white leaves using the Dual Leaf Die 
5. The card was assembled by adhering the white die cut frame to a grey A2 card base. Then the fussy cut flowers & die cut leaves were arranged and adhered to the rectangle die cut. This was then foam mounted onto the card. Finally, the sentiment strip was foam mounted onto the card.

Card 2: Happy Diwali - CAS Card



Process:
1. Die cut white cardstock using the Scalloped Circle die.
2. Stamped the beautiful image from the new Madhubani Stamp onto Canson watercolor paper. Then colored it using zig markers & an aqua brush and then fussy cut it.
3. Stamped the sentiment from the Diwali Greetings stamp onto a strip of cardstock & then matted it with the pretty new Rainbow Hues Washi Tape.
4. Assembled the card by adhering the 2 scalloped circle die cuts to a black card base. Then adhered the sentiment and foam mounted the image. In the end, added a few white dots with a white gel pen.

Card 3: Cute Birthday Card



Process: 

1. Die cut the grey scalloped frame using the Scalloped Rectangle Die. Also, die cut the scalloped circle with Canson Watercolor paper and the Scalloped Circle die.
2. Stamped the cute Panda images & sentiment from the new Panda Hugs Stamp onto watercolor paper and then did watercoloring to create a pale shade of blue on the balloons, frame & sentiment.
3. Matted the sentiment with a strip of grey cardstock.
4. Assembled the card together by first adhering a strip of the pretty new Classy Glassy Washi Tape on the bottom of the card front. Then adhered the die cut frames. Shadows were then colored in using a grey zig marker after which the Panda images were adhered. In the end, a few silver sequins were added for a little sparkle. 

Card 4: Floral CAS Card



Process:
1. Die cut the scalloped circle frame using the Scalloped Circle die.
2. Stamped the beautiful flower images from the new With Love Daisy stamp onto watercolor paper then water colored it using zig markers and an aqua brush & fussy cut the images.
3. The sentiment was stamped from the Pretty Roses stamp onto a strip of white cardstock
4. To assemble the card, the fussy cut flowers and frame were arranged onto the white card base & stuck down with liquid glue. To add a little sparkle to the card, a few gold sequins were added.

PABD Supplies Used:











That’s all for today.

Remember, our PABD October Challenge is still on, all the details are here
Please do participate, it is an easy theme- 
And the good news is that you can use PABD products or if you don't own any as yet, you can use what you have, isn't that cool ? 

All the PABD supplies can be bought from the online store here

Hope you have a Happy Diwali. 

Thanks a lot for your precious time :) 
Stay Blessed!

15 comments:

  1. Wonderful array of cards Preety 😀 loved how brilliantly u combined dies and stamps together !!

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous projects dear Preety! The first and the last cards are my favorite! :) <3 Loved the way you used the dies!

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  3. All cards are so beautiful!!

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  4. Oh my !! These cards are really beautiful !!

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    1. Thanks so much Marjorie :) I'm so glad you liked them :)

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  5. Lovely inspirations.. love them all.
    cheers

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