Wish you all a very happy Navratri and happy Dussera! Today I have for you a very colorful and festive card you can make for practically any occasion. I have made this quick and simple card using only two colors so that you can replicate them in multiples for all your friends and family.
Please check out the video below, and don’t forget to drop in a comment if you liked this card.
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Today I am posting a birthday card I made for a special person in our family. I love the bright colors showing through the white outer layer of the butterfly in this fun card.
I am submitting my card for Virginia’s View Challenge #24.. Focal Point
Hope you liked this card and got inspired. See you in the next post!
Continuing our fall season celebrations, here is a fall card. I have used the maple leaves stamp and distress inks. I have used two different sets of distress inks for the two different cards shown below. One has the smaller maple leaves with veins seen and the other maple leaf stamp is a block stamp. I had a lot of fun making this fall card. You can watch the video below or on my YouTube channel.
Here are some close up pictures of the cards.
I love this quote.
If you enjoyed this card, then don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for more inspirations. I am submitting my card for Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge: Anything goes! Fingers crossed.
Fall is finally here. I love the beautiful weather of fall and all the colors that nature surprises us with in this season. To celebrate and welcome fall, I have made a fun critters fall card today. Checkout the video and all the pictures below of today’s card.
Hello my crafty friends,
Let me start of the post by saying “Ganpati Bappa Morya. Pudchya varshi lavkar ya”. In today’s video, I share how to make this beautiful Ganesha art journal with striking colors.
I had so much fun making this page using different techniques like die cutting, distress inking, stenciling and paper piecing. I have also used some embellishments to give the project more life and interest.
To learn how I made this page, watch the video in my blog or at my Youtube channel.
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I am really excited to bring to you guys a fresh look with a band new blog name. And here it is Stamp-n-Smudge. Hope you all like it. Also, keep an eye out for upcoming new YouTube tutorial videos. As I want to get all the cool stuffs out there and available for you guys, you will notice small changes from time to time on the blog. I am open to any suggestions or constructive criticism from all of you to make it a better experience for all. If you haven’t already subscribed to my blog, what are you waiting for? You are a few clicks away from receiving my blog posts directly to your inbox.
I am back after a long break with a very interesting art journal page. I enjoyed working on this art journal page thoroughly. The song “Kurai Ondrum Illai” meaning “I don’t have any complaints” is one of my all time favorites. Due to some technical difficulties with my camera, I am unable to share more pictures with you. But I am working on fixing the issue and will very soon be back with some nice quality pictures of future projects.
I would like to thank Vicky from clips-n-cuts for inspiring me to do this work. I hope you like this art journal page as well. If you do, don’t forget to like and subscribe for more such pages.