Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Bridal Shower Banner

Here today with a bridal shower banner.
Rinea foil papers are available in a variety of packs & colors, however, for this banner, I have used only the silver/gold glossy foil paper & yet absolutely love the simple & classy outcome. I have layered several die cuts on a chipboard base to make it sturdy. 

The glossy banner was extremely difficult to capture on camera, hope the pictures do justice to this beauty!








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Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Easter Home Dcor

Hello! 
Today, I am here with an Easter inspired decor idea. 










For this hanging Easter egg, I drew an egg template & cut 4 of these eggs from  Pastels Foiled Paper Variety Pack from Rinea & glued them from edge to edge to form a 3D egg.
Used some embellishments from my stash & fussy cut images from the Sweet Sentiments paper pack by G45 to decorate this lovely hanging Easter egg. Here are some close-ups....

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Bag Charm using Rine Foil paper

Hello & Welcome back!
Rinea foil papers are very versatile & I love the ease with which they can be used in many paper craft projects. 
Today I have a quick pictorial to make a carrot favor box for Easter.
This cute favor box was perfect for the bag accessory I made using some charms & die cuts from Rinea foil paper.
For my post today I have used the following foil papers - 
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Altered Cookie Can



Hello & I am here with my inspiration for Bob N Betty.
For my project today the inspiration was the "Cottage Blush" collection so floral & so shabby.

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I worked my way to making a flip album using these gorgeous papers,  half way through & I realized it looked very similar to the wallet mini I made earlier! So while that incomplete project sits on my table an alternative 3D project came to life & am so glad it did! That's the story of the altered cookie can I share today. 
Here are some close ups of the cannister - 

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I used distress crackle paint for some textures over the distressed folds here - 

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Flowers & charms from my stash added much to the shabby look - 

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The gorgeous altered can makes a unique box to hold a gift, an invite or even a letter or simply fill it up goodies & candies! 



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Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Decoupage Box using Bob N Betty "Meadows"

Hello, am here to feature another awesome release MEADOWS, a set of eight delicate floral designs with a vintage touch in our range of decoupage specialty papers. This is a perfect collection for someone like me who loves vintage but always looks out for a dash of happy colors in vintage too! Each design is gorgeous!

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I will be sharing a decoupage box using my favorite print from the collection in which I have combined decoupage with reverse decoupage for the glass lid of this box.


Let me explain briefly -
  1.  First I did some stenciling with gold acrylic paint on the backside of the glass lid.
  2. Next I trimmed the specialty decoupage paper to the size of the lid & cut off a rectangle the size of the glass piece from this.
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3. Glue this piece on the backside of the glass right side facing down  (reverse decoupage) & the left over to the frame of the lid. Seal with decoupage glue.
4. The base of the box was painted in antique gold acrylic paint. Once dry used masking tape to create bands & stenciled over the open bands with gold paint. Loved the stenciled bands.
5. Varnished & sanded the box to finish.
Here are some close ups of the box -





Hope you like this "twist" of combining both decoupage techniques in one project.
We are also having a MEGA CONTEST for our third anniversary. Do check our FB page for details.
Thats all for today!

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Monday, 5 March 2018

Decoupage trays - Birds series

Hello Everyone!
A quick post today to share a few decoupage trays - the bird series as I call them.

For the first one I have used decoupage papers from BobNBetty - Exotic Birds.
I loved the beautiful print, so many layers & textures to it!



The second tray also uses a design from the Exotic Birds collection. Used chalk paints & the conventional decoupage technique on the sides of the tray for the band/striped look to enhance the shabby pattern.



For the last one in the series I have used rice paper. The pattern had a gorgeous doily print & I tried to extend the same by stenciling & totally loved the effect. To add some more texture, splattered some acrylic paint randomly in the background. 




Close up of the doily stenciling - 





Here is a look at the splattering - 



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Thursday, 1 March 2018

Faceted Box

 Sharing  a faceted box I made for my DT post for Rinea.


While this may look a bit complicated to make, it is super easy using the envelope punch board. Also by varyinhg the size of the card stock, various sizes can be made in a jiffy.


I am amazed how easily you can put this together with just a little of burnishing & folding. I used the Rinea star struck foiled papers from the Love Foiled Paper Variety Pack & I love the black & red colors. 
This makes a perfect favor box for all occasions & I'm sure will be making many more of these soon.



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