Thursday, 23 May 2019

To BEE or NOT to BEE!!

Hi Friends,

I love how Milka is arranging another Awareness Hop...its about BEES,I loved what she shared and want to support it completely.I am no where associated with this blog hop as a designer or a sponsor but want to support the cause and create more awareness on the matter.

Sharing the link to original Blog hop by Milka,Do Check,it has lot of information with a lovely blog hop to check some amazing works


I was telling about this to my 8 year old daughter,since I feel its good to make the younger generations aware from the beginning itself.She insisted to make a BEE card,here is what we made together,not a very neat stamping but she did beautiful coloring....I loved how it turned out as a shaker card. 


We have used stamp set from Pretty Pink Posh.

Sharing cards which I made,


Used Dies from Honeybee,Bees stamp from Pretty Pink Posh and sentiment from Sugarpea designs


Flowers and bees from Honeybee stamps.


Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs,Anushree

Thursday, 16 May 2019

Beach Fun Scrapbook Layout !!

Hello Friends,

I have made another scrapbook layout for my elder daughter Myra,This dates back to our Srilanka trip in 2016.

Here is a picture of the layout,





I have used pattern paper from Papericious Naturals,and started creating the ocean using handmade Blue paper by Paper piercing.My daughter did the tearing of the sheets and sticking them creating the waves.We have used sea theme stickers which had lot of fun elements and some sea creatures as well.

I used two pictures from the same day and completed adhering them as shown.

My daughter simply loved it and I too enjoyed it as we made it together.

Hope you also liked it.

I am entering this layout here:


This was our weekend trip loaded with fun.

Thanks for dropping by!!

Hugs,Anushree




Friday, 10 May 2019

Mixed media Wall clock

Hello Friends,

I have a beautiful Mixed media Wall clock for today.This wall clock is done for a lovely wife who wants to gift handmade to her husband.He will be celebrating his birthday in next few days.I am very happy with how it turned out and quiet sure that the couple will cherish it forever.

Here are the pictures,







For this clock I was inspired by the April Challenge from Papericious,Anything Goes with Flowers and Butterflies.

How I made it:

I took a raw clock base and applied Gesso on the whole base.Next I did some stenciling using various stencils from Tim Holtz and Craftreat.

In the center,I have used Pretty peonies Decoupage paper from Papericious. This paper has both the flowers and butterflies.I have used Mod Podge glue to adhere the decoupage papers. Next I have applied some inks from Tubby Craft and let it dry.

After that,I glued the Mdf cut Roman numerals ring around the center.I have also used some of the couple's pics to personalize the clock.

To complete the clock ,I have adhered some handmade flowers and butterflies.

Products used:








Hope you liked it.

I am entering this project here:





I am inspired by the colors like Blues and purples in the picture,Have also added Butterflies in my work as the twist suggested.

I have added some metallic beads in the flower centers as pollens, also the hands of the clock are in metal.hoping that qualifies it for the challenge.

Thanks for stopping by,Hugs Anushree





Enjoy the Ride!!

Welcome Friends,

I have a lovely scrapbook page for today.This one, I have made for my younger daughter Misha and dates back to 2016 when we traveled to Srilanka. It was indeed a memorable trip with combination of beaches,hills and plain areas.Food was also too good and natural beauty is beyond description. 

Here is my page







HOW TO:

I have taken a white 12*12 cardstock and started splattering some blue,some red and some yellow water color on upper right half of the page.The bunting on the top is hand cut from Papericious pattern papers "Happy Birthday"and adhered using clear dry glue.

To create this layout,I was inspired by Enza'a layout on Pink Fresh Studio's blog,here is the picture 


I also took a cut out of size 2*12 from the same pattern paper and adhered as shown.I also used some colourful strips from cardstocks to create a background along with a paper doily.
Next I used Precious Polaroids die set from My favorite Things in different colors and sizes and adhered as shown along with the picture of my daughter.

I have used Scootin By stamp set from Pink fresh studio to create various colorful elements for the page and water colored them all using my Zig markers.All these are stamped on a separate white paper and then fussy cut later. For color chart I was inspired by May month rainbow color scheme from Pink Fresh studio attached below




I have used some sentiment stickers from my stash.Everything is adhered as shown.I have also stamped some dotted lines on the right bottom of the page using grey ink and adhered a sentiment from same stamp set reading Enjoy the ride.lastly I have embellished my page with some enamel dots from Create a smile.My page looks complete to me.

Products used:





I am entering this page here:









Hope you liked it.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Regards,Anushree





Thursday, 9 May 2019

Just say Cheese!!

Hi all,

I love making Scrapbook layouts,I feel they are the best ways to document memories and that's the same feeling with my family members too.My first layout happened some four years back and since then its like no stopping...Hhehe๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜‡

Today's layout is special,I have made this for my husband who is a keeper and enabler of my crafting journey and wishes.Without him,all this would never be possible.For this layout,I was completely inspired by Flora Farkas layout for NSD on Pink Fresh Studio blog,I absolutely loved the sketch presented by her.For color palette,I took my inspiration from Pink Fresh Studio's May month challenge colors .

Here is my take on this








Flora's layout is below

The color palette which inspired me is here

I love Rainbows and really can't miss this lovely palette as my inspiration.

How I made it:

This lovely layout is done on a plain white card stock of size 12*12.I have used my Distress oxides to create a watercolor washed background using a flat brush of 1" size.

Next I used "Unicorn Dreams" Stamp set from Pink fresh studio and stamped all images on a white card stock and die cut them.I have water colored few portions of the Unicorn.All pieces are adhered as shown.I adhere the picture on top of a white die cut panel.

Next I adhered some flower puffy stickers from Pebbles brand which I picked from Scrapbook.com.After that I stamped small leaves all around the wreath in light green ink.I also added few more stickers of heart and camera.A small sentiment saying I believe in you is also stamped on white die cut panel top right.

Lastly I added the sentiment which is on vellum which silver writing saying "Just say Cheese".Completed the layout with some enamel dots.

Products I used are 


I am entering this layout in:












Thanks for stopping by.

Hugs,Anushree


Monday, 6 May 2019

Ink blended cards!!

Hi Everyone,

Anushree here,I have two lovely cards for today showing beautiful ink blended backgrounds and single ink stamping.The best part about these two cards is,I started making them simultaneously and used a single stamp set to complete both of them.

Here is my first card,




How I made this:

1. I took a plain white card stock and started blending various inks from Tubby craft.

2. Once the background was ready,I started stamping various images from "Bright Day" stamp set.

3. I have die cut the center with a circle die on this blended card stock.

4. Next I took a card base of white color again and stamped sentiment in the center,with black dye ink first and then heat embossed it with clear powder for the shine.

5. After this I adhered the blended piece with the help of double sided tape on the main card base.

6. Lastly added some cup sequins to add interest to the card.

Here is my next card,



How I made this:

1. I took a white card base and adhered a rectangle piece of ink blended portion.On top of that I adhered the round die cut which I got from the first card.

2. After this I stamped the sentiment using black ink and then used a die cut YOU to highlight my sentiment.

3. Lastly attached the cup sequins to add interest to the card.

I am sure you liked how easy it is when using tubby craft Dye inks and stamps for making cards.

Here is a picture keeping both of them together



Here is the list of products used:


I am joining the following challenges with these cards!!









Thanks for stopping by!!

Hugs,
Anushree





Saturday, 4 May 2019

Now I am Nine...

Hi all..

I mentioned in my last post that I have made birthday cards for both of my daughters,Here is the one which I made for my elder one







How I made it:

1.This card is is four layered card.The base layer is violet card stock .Then I have adhered a white layer to the base which is little smaller than it.On top of that I have again adhered a violet card stock layer which is little smaller than white which is behind.

2. Next I took a white card stock and did dry embossing using embossing folders.I also die cut some green grass to be adhered at the bottom of the card.

3. Next I stamped the number stamp on white card stock and colored it using tubby craft dye inks.I have fussy cut the image before adhering to the white base with Double sided tape.

4. I have also stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set on white card stock and fussy cut it.

5. Lastly everything is adhered as shown.