welcome to the 4th week of anniversary celebrations,hope you all are enjoying what is going on here in my blog.Before going to this week's challenge,i want to clear a few things about the 'Inspirational challenge' as some of our new blog friends find it difficult to understand the concept of casing.
- You can case any of our India bloggers card including me:)).Casing means copying the main theme and the layout of the original card,other things like colors,design papers and embellishments can be different as it is not possible to use the same products..If you refer my sample card of the challenge and the original card(i have given the link),you can understand it better.I have followed the layout n theme,but i have changed the color,window design and even the flowers.Hope this makes it clear,if you still have any doubt mail me.
- one can enter as many times as they like,there is no restriction for the no.of entries.
- Deadline has been extended till5th june,sunday.Hope to see many participants this time:).
Hi, I,m Anita ,an avid crafter who sleeps, eat and breathe crafting. I love trying out new techniques and forever eager to learn. Another addiction is hoarding craft supplies and I do not think this will wear off anymore. In fact its growing day by day!
Those who have visited my blog know very well, how crazy I,m about making flowers. Believe me, making each one of them thrills me to no end. So when Kavitha approached me to post a tutorial for her blog, I racked my brains for over a week to give something new. I loved making this flower and YES, I did not use PUNCHES!!
So here is my tutorial step-by - step, on how to make these flowers.
Since I,m bad at taking pics(AM I NOT FAMOUS FOR THIS BY NOW?) (LOL). I hope that you all will bear with me.Supplies:
mulberry paper or any thin hand made paper, distress inks-faded jeans, broken china, dusty concord. water spray, scissors, glue, brush, glitter glue, punched out black snowflakes, glue gun,
Step1:Stamp the distress inks on a craft mat and spray water
Step2:place your paper and press it well so that all the paint comes on it.
Step3:dry it wih a heat gun or air dry
Step4:Cut petals freehand
Step5:Added a little water to glue and apply on the petals both sides with a brush.
Step6:Twist the petals firmly like shown
Step7:air dry and when it is semi dry reopen them and pinch the bottom
Step8:with a glue gun apply on a small circle and place the petals overlapping.
Step9:use snowflakes and glitter to make centres. apply glitter on the petals.
Here is the card that I made using these flowers,..
Now, my challenge to you is to make anything using flowers that are handmade. It can be a card, box, layout, anything of your choice.
But the catch is that it should have at least one flower that is handmade and YES, NOT PUNCH CRAFT FLOWERS.
The winner will get a RAK from me will contain--Silhouette sd diecuts, spell binders die cuts, embossed CB papers, Patterned papers, ribbons, embellishments, and clear stamps from my own cards and scraps. I may add more goodies if I see a good number of entries. You can give multiple entries.
So Over to you and happy crafting!!!
Woo,..isn't it a interesting challenge and a amazing prize,?...i wish i could participate to win this awesome prize,lol.Hope you guys will join in:))))You have time till 5th of june.