Saturday, October 25, 2014

Winner of the Blog Candy

This will be a quick post as we have to fulfill all the pending orders which needed to be dispatched today and after festivals resuming work is not what every one loves :)

Anyway here goes the name of the winner:

Urvashi Rao of A Creative Jaunt

The winner please send a mail to aditya@imaginationsonline.com to claim your prize.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Candle Light Holder - With a simple tutorial (Picture heavy post)

 Hi Crafty friends,

How are you all? Am super excited to share a project and inspire you. This is my first post as a DT and please bear with me for any errors. And as a DT, am enjoying seeing all of you return over and over to share your creations. Thank you for all your participation and please continue to do so.

So, how is the weather out there in your place? The slight chill in the climate tells me that Christmas is fast approaching. I simply love this time of the year as there are continuous festivals to celebrate, all the ‘big’ holidays are just around the corner and the year end is in sight. And, I love it for the family fun, get together, loads of shopping and yes, the Gifts….

With a countdown to Christmas, a bundle of Christmas cooking and craft projects are on the roll. 

Now on to my creation.


Am here to share a tutorial on how to gift the tea lights in a nice handcrafted box. Something common to both Diwali and Christmas. Followed the tutorial by Joann Jamieson to make this box.

  1. Took a piece of pink cardstock measuring 8 1/4” by 3 3/4”. Score at the longer side at ½”, 1 1 /8”, 7 1/8” and 7 ¾” and the shorter side at ½”, 1 1/8”, 2 5/8” and 3 ¼”. Make crisp creases.

  1. Cut out the ‘L’ shape of each corner as shown in the 2nd pic. Snip at all the four corners which will allow the little fold to flap up.

  1. Apply glue on the shaded part in the pic and glue down the outer flap towards inside as seen in the 3rd pic.

  1. Apply glue in the shaded part as shown in the 4th pic and glue it down together.

  1. Apply glue to the snipped ends and fold them to hold the box together.

  1. The box to hold the tea lights is ready.

  1. Now I took my Tim Holtz on the Edge die.

  1. Cut out 2 pcs of pattern paper and 2 pcs of the same pink card stock. Adjusted their heights and stuck them to the box.


Now, Embellish as you wish and the handcrafted cute Tea light holder is ready.


This is fairly simple to do and goes really fast.

Along with this, I made a Christmas tree treat box and a Luminary holder with a LED tealight inside.



Hope you all liked it.

Now that you have seen what I did with the theme, Its your turn! Create any project based on the above theme and link it up here. Add that personal touch to your gifts this festive season, Share it with us and you have a chance of winning a gift from the Imaginations Online store.

Not to forget, Please let me know how you liked this idea in a comment.

Supplies Used:

Handmade paper
Linen paper
Mulberry paper flowers
Snow flake punch 
Timholtz On the edge die -Ornate 
Fiskars All that glitters stamp (On the Luminary)
Pattern papers



Loads of Hugs
Catherine Joseph 







Sunday, October 19, 2014

Helloo PEEPS,
Hope everyone is all set in Diwali mood!! I'm all set to go for Diwali vacations (yepiee...)
And I'm all excited to share my first post here as imagination's new team member..
I created a cabinet in which there are two scrapbooks and a shelf..and directly to the pictures..
tadddaaa..

the cabinet  with books inside..don't miss the quilled cake and the photo stand on top.. :P 



















and now the look of the books..

















Hope you guys like it :) !!
And PLEASE DO NOT forget to participate in our on going challange-festivals we waiting to see what you come up with..

Supplies used :-
black chip board
prima papers
mulberry flowers
chipboard stickers
tilda stamp

stay tune for Catherine's post too..and yes be safe during Diwali.. :)
do leave in your valuable comments below AS IT HELPS US TO IMPROVE.. :)

loads of love
Khusboo


Friday, October 17, 2014

Hello Everyone!
hope you all are doing well !!
I will be posting my first project as a DT....m in so much festive mood
As we all know DIWALI is round the corner. As 'DIWALI' festival of light, rows of lighted lamps, here is what I have made to add more lightening :)

Lantern decorated with sospesso fabric flowers


Here is the zoomed look !!!


Hope u will like it :)
DONT forget to participate in our ongoing challenge.. 
Have a nice day !! List of products is below.
And please don't forget to leave your love for same.

list of supplies:
1. sospesso printed fabric
2. sospesso glue
3. sospesso tools
4. latex pad
5. mulberry leaves
6. mulberry fillers
7. white thread pollens
8. Lantern


Happy Diwali!!
Ayushi Gupta



Thursday, October 16, 2014

FESTIVE MONTH : INTRODUCING NEW DESIGN TEAM MEMBERS

Hello peeps
OCTOBER is generally meant for big festivals in India.
Festive month is full of household cleaning ( we call it diwali ki safai ).. for almost all of us here in INDIA.
Diwali is round the corner and here we introduce to you new inspiring and creative DT members to our IMAGINATIONS family and we bid bye to REENA (for some personal reasons).
SO here are the three new amazing members ..


Hi, I am a stay at home mother of  two cute little princesses – one, a three year old and a 7 months old with whom I enjoy life playing n dancing.  I always had a passion towards crafts and was introduced to paper crafting about two year ago.  However, if I had to describe my style of Crafting, I'd say I love it Simple.  Paper crafting has not only provided me a feel of tranquility, It gives me a great satisfaction when I see my thoughts come alive. Last but not the least; my husband is the best in the world. Besides supporting me in this endeavor, he gives me creative ideas and pays for it all as I began crafting with few Quilling strips and a needle.  What was once contained in a box has now exploded into an entire craft room.
Catherine Joseph.

Hello peeps...This is Ayushi Gupta, from the city "dilli dil waalo ki ".
I m super excited and thrilled to be the part of imaginations as DT. This would be my first time as a DT
I started exploring crafting 2 years ago. Started as a hobby. but was unaware that it would become my passion. Crafting is such a stress buster for me and gives immense satisfaction :) I love experimenting and exploring new things. 

HAPPY CRAFTING!!
Love 
Ayushi Gupta

Hello Everyone,
My  I'm all excited to join imaginations as a Dt member.. Crafting is like therapy for most of us here and I'm all excited to explore it along with all of you.. I'm here to share with you what I have learned over the years.. 

Khushboo Banka


 Join us for the current challenge and upcoming projects of our new team along with the present one.
Thank you for the constant support.
Do leave some love.

HAPPY CRAFTING
LOVE
NIKKI




Friday, October 10, 2014

Winners of challenge #3 : Anything goes with Monsoon

Hi peeps.

Time to announce winner for challenge # 3.

The winner is

Entry no. 3 : Khushboo.

The other 3 winners are

Entry no. 1 : Bhawana
Entry no. 2 : Dharshana
Entry no. 9 : Hussena

Do check their creations.

Congratulations winners. Please send an email to Mr. Aditya Gupta (adityastar@gmail.com) with subject as winner of challenge#3 to claim your prize.

Cheers.
Seema


Thursday, October 9, 2014

Winners for Challenge # 2 - Bingo

 Sorry peeps. We missed announcing the winners for the last few months. Today announcing the winners for Challenge # 2 Bingo. Was absolutely refreshing seeing all the wonderful entries and a difficult decision. However,  we had to select - so here goes. And the winner of the Challenge#2 - Bingo is

Kripa Kaushik - entry no. 18.


The top 3 are

Ramya - entry no. 21
Neha Upreti - entry no. 16
Jaya Raghuvanshi - entry no. 13


Congratulations to the winners. Please send an email to Mr. Aditya Gupta (adityastar@gmail.com) with subject as winner of challenge#2 to claim your prize.

Do come back tomorrow to check on the winners of the other challenges.

Till then,

Take care.

Seema






Wednesday, October 8, 2014

For the Love of Tea-lights!!!

 Hey Peeps,

Did you noticed that we are having a celebration here at IMAGINATIONS!!! We Turned 3 !!! and we are having a nice candy for all of you!! Find out the details of the same HERE.

It's the 3rd quarter of 2014, the one which marks the beginning of the most festivities!!! and needless to say, it's one of my favorite time of the year!!!! Since, we all give out gifts to out near and dear ones and wish them during this time, how about gifting them wishes and love made with a little Handmade touch?? If you are creating something handmade to be gifted out this month, this is the time to enter into out monthly challenge!!Check out the details here!

I've always loved the pretty lights all around during this time of the year, it is sooo much fun to see the city glowing in the pretty lights and happiness all around!!! Here's what I have made, a pretty nice Tea light holder and have adorned it with lots of handmade flowers!!! Have a look !


Here's a closeup of the flowers and the detailing !! 


Now, here's one of my fav pic!!! with the tea light lighted up.. and it looks soo pretty!



So, for now this pretty tea lights hungs up there and I'm pretty proud to see it !!!
I hope you all liked what I made and yes, do not forget to show us what did you make this festive season!!!

Wishing you guys a great Diwali and good luck !!

C ya!!
Manu

Sunday, October 5, 2014

October Challenge - Festivals


 Hello Peeps,

Imaginations has turned 3 and we have a blog candy - do check the post. Do join in the celebrations and you have a chance to win lovely goodies.

This is a month of festivities. And that is what is the theme for this month's challenge. It could be anything that goes with the theme

Please find the general rules for participating in the challenge
1) You need to be a follower of our blog.
2) You can enter a maximum of 3 times  in the challenge.
3) The projects needs to be made after the challenge announcement date. No past projects please, and no back-linking.
4) You can create anything, as long as it relates to the festival month. 
5) You need to have a blog and link up the challenge post only, and not the complete blog address to be eligible for the challenge non bloggers can add there projects on imaginations facebook page
6) Above all, have loads of fun!!!

Here is my take for the festive season - something to make the little gifts more personal. A personalised gift box to put in chocolates.





So get going and show us your lovely creations. 

Have a great month.

Cheers
Seema


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