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Thursday, 18 October 2018

DECOUPAGE Tissues from Crafters Corner

Hello all...

Wishing you all a Happy Navarathiri!

 Today being Thursday, am here with a blog post to tell about DECOUPAGE and more!
Decoupage is the art of sticking a print whether it is from a tissue, printout, magazine cutout, specialty papers or pattern papers and then blending it with a back ground to make it look seam less piece!

This can be done on any surface provided you have the right products and I must say, this job to find the right products is now so easy!
The entire Decoupage family is available at Crafters Corner!



Believe it or not, right from a range of VERY CHALKY PAINTS from Cadence, Decoupage glue and now DECOUPAGE NAPKINS too, all available under one roof!

Apart from beautiful designs and a wide range, these 3 ply tissues are available at THE MOST COMPETITIVE RATES at crafters corner! Now that's the icing on the cake, you can keep on buying them now and surely, it is up to you to use them wisely!



I have here a few pictures of projects that I have done using these tissues and with the help of complimenting chalk paints from Cadence, it was a breeze to make these home decor items!
I have upcycled some glass bottles and some soiled tea cups for these projects!

Have a look and you will see wether it is home decor or kitchen decor or what ever theme that you have in mind, there is s tissue for that!



For the kitchen theme I have used Greek Olives, Merlot and Flavor of herbs napkins.



For the tea cup candles I have used Memorable bird and Romantic butterflies napkins!
Chalk paints from Cadence are Sandy brown and October mist.



So grab those tissues now which are also available at an offer for this festive season!
Enjoying playing wit them and create wonderful decor pieces for your homes!

As always am waiting to hear your feed back on these projects.

Until my next creative journey,
Happy crafting and recycling.
Cheers,
Rupa












Friday, 12 October 2018

NEW easy way to Scrapbook

Hello Dears ......Suzna Here
How about a pretty easy scrapbook idea? 
Yes yes today i want share, a pretty mini easy scrapbook. I just spent less than 1 hr to make this cutee. This is card style folding mini scrapbook, and its perfect for tucking away mementos or you can teach your kids too  :)

Here it is my book,


1)  First i choose thick cardstock, And DMC have beautiful metallic gold matte finish cardstock (250 gs).
That is perfect for royal style look gift ;-)


2)  Cardstock size is 12 X 12 inch , i cut it as 6.15 X 12 inch
I score the line 5.5" , 6", 10.5 "


3)  Folding like Book


4)  Then i took light weight card stock, it's for my book pages


5)  Size of my pages is 5.15" X 6" 
like 4 folds, that means 8 pages


6) This is the way i connect the 4 folds. Using red tacky tape. Its very clean and sharp sticker



7)  Connected all  pages. And the last connector is for attaching on main paper (metallic card stock)


8)  Use masking tape or any thine paper to cover the back side. So the entire connected papers look as a book.


9)  Start decoration. I choose Graphic 45 Floral collection Paper pad, And i have the entire set. Like sticker, cardstock cutouts.


10)  Making side pocket


11)  Designing cover part is all about your style. Our aim is making pretty. My style.......I love to use white chipboard, flowers, beads, gems, metal charms (many more )and few words sticker too :)

Can you find those tags...Yes thats i cut it from DMC punch. Its my favorite tag design.


And the Final Output is 
Ta..da



I think i already shared many cutee scrapbooks. 
Have you guys tried any mini ? if no .....first grab your favorite DMC products. Like paper cutter, cardstock, score board, flowers.....Many many are in Crafterscorner site
And try this one, i like it a lot

Hope you are inspired
Happy crafting 
Suzna


Supplies Used

Graphic45 Papers pads
Graphic45 Paper Embellishments
White Chipboard Mudra
White Chipboard Wycinanka
49 and Market flowers
Red Tacky double side tape
Paper Craft Tool DressMyCraft
DMC Tag Punch

Friday, 5 October 2018

ECHO Park Paper: Mini Album

Hello dear Crafty lovers :-)

Today I would like to share a mini album which was created with the doll, thread, flowers (from DMC) and colorful baby girl papers. 
Have you tried minis? they are super easy, less time and so much fun when it come baby theme. 
These DMC resin dolls are perfect and its easy to attach on  albums cover. Why bcoz back side of doll is flat area and light weight too.




If you think this mini album is little complicated? I also have a tutorial for you to go over all the tips of how I created this mini album. Only 2 sides, one create flaps and other for pockets fills the cards.

Start by covering the Album


4.5X7 inch : Size of my album
Use Red Tacky thin double side tape for gluing paper


Next both side attach the design papers. Here i used not only echo park paper, i have used kaisercraft, and scrapberry papers too ( balance sheets )




Corner punch help me to get more finishing on my Album
This Punch : Only for cardstock





Back side of my album


That's all about my todays inspiration post for CC. 
I hope you enjoyed

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by
 

Supplies Used

 

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Banner Embellishments on Easel Drawer


Hi crafters...Dr Sonia here with a project featuring gorgeous papers from Dress My Craft,dozens of handmade foamiran flowers and embellishments created with the Dress My Craft punches.
Craft punches are such a fast and easy way to create quick elements on your handmade crafts. What I especially love about the newly launched Dress My Craft punches are the guidelines on the base which make it easy to create banners and tags of varying widths .

I used the banner punch in 3 ways in this project. I inverted the banner punch outs to create a fan on the top . Glittered the edges with rainbow glitter to highlight the border.

As a contrast created a proper banner using smaller punch outs threaded on a paper rope and added butterflies cut out from the Dress My Craft paper pack.


Used rainbow glitter to glitter up the edges and random bits of the banner to add interest.

The beaded sprays are quite easy to make with whatever beads you have in your stash and a bit of wire and floral tape.

When using a punch you are not limited by the length of the paper you can use ;so creating fun embellishments such as a 3 D sentiment banner is quite easy.

Here is how you can make a 3 D sentiment banner : depending on the size of your sentiment score 2 lines ¼ th inch apart on either side of the middle of your paper strip where your sentiment will be.Leave 1 inch paper on each end [ beyond the score lines] and punch with your  Dress My Craft banner punch. Fold the score lines and you have a 3 D banner which will pop up!


The box has a drawer and an easel which can fold flat for mailing or storage.

You can create the box any size you want using chipboard and pretty paper!

I wont bore you with the step by step photos as it is just  measuring and gluing!

The drawer part was made by attaching chipboard pieces to card stock and folding over the card stock to get pieces whose edges are covered with cardstock and hence giving a neater finish....This is the kind of design you will find is the stylish sweet boxes!

The front of the drawer is made of an extra piece of chipboard covered in pattern paper for extra strength.

I used corner protectors on all 4 corners and mini brads from Dress My Craft to attach the handle through the double layers of chipboard.

Since the brads pass through double layers of chipboard all the way to the inside the handle is securely attached to the drawer.

Inside the drawer is a mini album which fits snugly inside.

You can see the mini in detail on my blog
And here is a quick 1 minute video showing the project in toto


Supplies: Crafters Corner
Papers : Dress My Craft Floral Symphony, Dress My Craft Dots n Stripes
Dies: Spellbinders Rose Creations- Big Rose, Cheery Lynn  Large Rose- pink roses, Cheery Lynn  Miniature rose- pink rose buds, Elizabeth Craft Designs 728 Bunch of Flowers- white filler flowers, Cheery Lynn  Sunflower- white daisies