Sunday, December 30, 2012

Some New Work


Over past few days I was busy in exhibits but I regularly crafted a lot of things. The problem is that most of them are sold even before I could take pictures. But I was able to take pictures of some of my projects and here they are:

These cute little tickets were cut using Tim Holtz Ticket Die, then I stamped on them using different stamps and colored using Shinhan Touch Markers. They came out very cute.

For this card, I used embossed background and some quilled flowers along with leaves. This made the whole card look very lovely and at economical pricing too.

Some Tags I made using Tim Holtz Distress Ink and Tim Holtz Stamps.

One tag which I made using clear embossing and perfect pearls.

This A4 Vintage theme photo frame was made on chipboard

This A4 Romance theme photo frame was made on chipboard

This A4 Vintage theme photo frame was made on chipboard

Apart from the above I have also made a lot of things which I will see if I could get pics of them.

With this post I also want to mention that due to lot of work in my store I am unable to update made products on , however I have got plently of stock. So if you find any product used in my projects and are interested then do mail me or message me. May be I have that one in stock.

This will be my last post of the year. Hope the coming year bring all the joy in your life. Wishing you all a very Happy New Year.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Dressform Notepad

I am in love with Tim Holtz Seewing Room die, it is very useful and can be used for various projects from 3D projects to cards and scrapbooks.

In previous post I showed you a Dressform 3D Stand , Today I will show you something I made yesterday, it is made with the help of Seewing Room die, chipboard and some papers. A cute Notepad which can be gifted to anyone.

Here are the pics:

Closeup of the notepad

I actually made around 10 Notepads but here I have taken pic of only 4 :)

Here is how to make these:

1. Cut one Dressform from the Seewing Room die on Chipboard
2. Cut one Dressform from the Seewing Room die on Whitecardstock
3. Cut one Dressform from the Seewing Room die on a pattern paper
4. Cut 25 Dressforms from the Seewing Room die from white copier paper (I used Century A4 Sheets)

Assemble the Notepad in following sequence:

1. White cardstock dressform     
2. 25 copier paper dressforms       (Glue only to the head area)
3. chipboard dressform
4. Paste the pattern paper dressform over the chipboard

Decorate as per your choice, I used some ribbons to create the Dress and then used Making Memories embellishments. The words are from Tim Holtz Chit Chat Stickers Pack (They are superb and most versatile stickers I have ever found).

If you make yours, then do share the link on this post.


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