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Friday, 10 February 2017

Bunch of Valentine tags!

Hi there!

              LOVE is certainly in the air! And I couldn't be happier to craft for this special day and that means we need to get prepared for all those sweet treats we want to give out! Today as a DT, I am on blog.
I have to share some tags that are an easy one to recreate and a perfect gift for Valentine!

I just fell in Love with this new Tag builder from Sizzix with so many possibilities! So many extra details included in this set, Amazing!!!! So I decided to focus on them to make a variety of projects!

To add some finishing touches I have added a die cut arrow and tiny hearts, For sparkle I have added some glitter to my heart!

Gorgeous! You can gift them to show your love, or you can hang them as well like banners with messages and lovable memories! You can add Personalised photos in the frame, So many Possibilities!

Happy crafting!

Supplies used:
Cardstocks: Different color CS, Glitter sheets, Designer papers
Dies: Framelits die set dotted rectangles, thinlits die set Photo frame borders, celebration words script, Bigz die Reindeer, Santa and snowman, Bigz die Hearts all are from Sizzix.

I would love to join some of my favorite challenges:

Sunday, 5 February 2017

I love you Furry much

Hi to everyone!
Hope you all are enjoying your weekend!

Pink is a purrfect and happy colour for Valentine! So without delay, I want to showcase my furry much love!

For this, I started with a white CS, embossed it and die cut a window. I colored my embossing folder with pigment chalk ink as shown in the pic and then embossed. Inked the edges too!

On a flourish chipboard using clear embossing pad, I heat embossed it in glitter magenta. Look at the textures and glittery perfection!

On another white CS, I stamped the textural stamp in the centre in dual color pigment chalk inks and die cut the heart centre and popped it inside the panel using the pop dot. Stamped the cute different cat images and uncolored them, gave a little shading in ears and to the tail. For the female, I attached a cute tiny bow and added googly eyes.
Adhered the embossed panel using foam rectangle adhesive.

For more textures and interest I added some sparkly dots too!

At the bottom, I tied a gorgeous pink colored organza ribbon with a bow.

And here is the inside view with a sentiment.

Hope you all enjoyed this purrfect Valentine creation!
Supplies Used:

CS: White heavy CS from Itsy bitsy
Stamps: Purrfect Birthday stamp set and Vintage hearts &wings stamp set from Itsy bitsy
Dies: Pierced Squares and Hearts die set from Spellbinders Celebrations set
Embossing folder: Love heart from Itsy bitsy
Pigment Chalk inks: Rosewood and plum from Itsy Bitsy
Chipboard: Shapes Flourishes from Itsy bitsy
Wow embossing powder: Magenta twinkle Embossing glitter from itsy bitsy
Clear embossing stamp pad from Itsy bitsy
Sparkle dots, Organza pink ribbon, Crafty glue from Itsy bitsy
Glossy Accents and heat tool from my stash

Would love to join some of my Favourite challenges:

Friday, 3 February 2017

One layer CAS card

Happy Friday!

After a long time, I made a one layer CAS card which is not my forte, but enjoyed to make this one! So here it is!

Firstly, I stamped all 3 flower images from the stamp set 3 times each on a white CS in Blue color Pigment Chalk ink and fussy cut them.

And arranged them as shown in the pic with 3D dimension. The top layer I stamped the image in pearl gold. I used ear bud for the shading.


Now I stamped some leaves and stem in dark green ink using the masking technique. I created the striped BG at the bottom with the same chalk pigment inks.

 I cut a corrugated sheet and using Martha Stewart Score Board to create the lines and attached it to my focal point for the flower vase! Stamped the sentiment and gave it a shadow effect by double stamping.

Look at the dimension on the flowers and I added grey chalk color shadow effect around the stamped images and added some dots for more interest.
Hope you all enjoyed this beautiful creation!

Supplies used:
CS: White Heavy CS from Itsy Bitsy
Stamp: Say it with flowers stamp set from Itsy Bitsy
Inks: Pigment ink blue and Dark green from Itsy Bitsy, Versacolor black
Twine: Little Birdie Cotton cord grey color
Multicraft Chalks Quatro-shades from Itsy Bitsy
Crafty glue from Itsy Bitsy
Martha Stewart Score Board
Enamel dots and a heart, corrugated sheet, masking tape and tweezer from my stash

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: I never used this stamp before

Saturday, 21 January 2017

3-D Model of India Gate with Flag hosting!

Hello Friends!
Jai Hind!

Today I am on blog with my DT post! As you all know we all celebrate Republic day on 26th January in India.

Republic Day:
Republic Day, which marks the anniversary of the adoption of India's Constitution ( January 26, 1950) is an important national occasion. In the state capitals, colourful pageants and parades are held. The most spectacular celebrations are held in New Delhi, where a magnificent parade of the Armed Forces and civilians is accompanied by an impressive cultural pageant. This is followed by a colourful folk dance festival by troupes from different parts of India. The full ceremony is centred around India gate at Rajpath, New Delhi!

So keeping this theme in my mind I am representing a 3D model of India Gate with Flag Hosting in easy steps!

I really enjoyed with these floral arrangements and look together with my grassland. I liked how these tiny pebbles from my stash complementing the theme of this beautiful project! So please with the final arrangements!

Hope you really enjoyed this beautiful 3D India Gate model. 
It can be a big hit for Teachers in the schools which can make all my efforts worth it! :)
Kindly visit at the TeachingAids blog for full steps and leave some love there too! I will really appreciate!

Supplies used:
Dies: Dotted Rectangles, Floral wreath, Big Alphabets capital, Flag with Pole from Sizzix
Papers: Red, orange, green, off white CS and some handmade & designer scraps, Glitter foam sheets
Stencils: Mini Brick from TCW
Inks: Vintage photo distress ink, brown and black watercolour
Other Supplies: Thermocol sheet, glitter tape, Grass foam mat, golden beads, pollens, sequins, tiny white pebbles, Baker Twines, jewelled leaf stones

Would love to enter my project in my favourite challenges:

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Decoration in National colors!

Hello to all!

This is my first DT post for 2017 on TeachingAids blog!

Nothing arouses more pleasure in the heart of every Indian than to see the fluttering tricolour of our flag, on 26th January. So here I am presenting how to decorate and make your class more attractive!


For making steps kindly visit the blog and leave some love there!
This blog is specially created for teachers and how our crafting made easy using all awesome dies, stamps and craft materials to make our workload easier and attractive as a Teacher! Hope you enjoyed it!

Happy crafting!

Supplies used:
Dies: Framelits-Rectangles dotted frame, Thinlits- Floral Wreath, Bigz XL Alphabet die set, Bigz die Hearts from Sizzix
Embossing Folder: Bohemian botanicals from Sizzix
Other supplies used:
Off white, orange, green, blue, yellow coloured Cardstocks
Some different Pattern Papers
Crepe papers,
Some Post Cards of Mysore City
Red colour and Tim Holtz water brush
Double shade thread, needle, scissors, Satin ribbons, tiny beads, Fevicol

Saturday, 7 January 2017

Inspirational Quotations Wall Decor!

Hello, to all my crafty friends!

                                                                           Happy  New  Year   
                                                                    Wishing You & Your Family a Happy New Year!!

                                                                                                  Open a new book today,
                                                                                   Forget all your worries and welcome 2017!
                                                                               A New Year Has Come with New Expectations,
                                                                                          New Opportunities, New Challenges
                                                                          and a whole new way of delighting people related with you.

                                                                                     Have a happy life ahead!

          I hope everyone has an awesome ending to 2016 and the New Year brings health, love and happiness!!! have a wonderful weekend and welcoming the New Year 2017!!!

Are you ready to dive back into card making, Mixed media or any other creation? I know I am!
         So........I was just in the mood for a Mixed Media project and what would be better to start featuring with some Inspirational Quotations for the whole year to decorate your room! I was Guest Designing for

 How to do:
Here are all 3 panels shown with details!
Firstly. I created my cardboard panel for each quote. One is for the base and one is in window form. I wanted it as a pocket letter style, as you can interchange the quotes or you can add your personal photographs in it easily!

I adhered all the window panels on the base using fevicol. Leave the centre top and inside edges of the window panel unpasted to put the quote panel inside.
Applied Dylusion Paint at the edges with my finger to the window panel and mixed it with white acrylic paint.

Now peel off the upper layer of Decoupage napkin and adhered it on the paper. Be careful while applying decoupage glue to appear any bubbles at the surface. I have applied the different decoupage napkins on all 3 panels.

 Using some stencils and embossing paste I created the BG on all 3 panels, distressed the edges using vintage photo ink to create more depth. Then I applied some Distress crackle clear paint with a brush and let it be dry naturally.

Look at the shine and crackle effects in some close-up pics:

Then I took a natural twig and added a thick wire and wrapped it with double coloured yarn like we did for knitting!

 Take two equal sizes long strip of cardboard. Wrap the brown coloured yarn on equal distance and make a punched hole at the top of the strip and tighten the wire along the hole and twig! Now die cut some flowers and leaf flourishes out of felt.

Die cut a sparrow out of blue coloured felt and stitched it, decorate it with diamond gems and attach the floral wire to create the legs. Adhered the die cut foam nest and the sparrow on the twig.

Adhered all the flowers, handmade flowers and leaf flourishes on the twig. Decorate it with some buttons and attach a tiny bow.

Then I applied Inka gold in different colours on a MDF cut out and decorated the panel with different flowers,  metal floral charm and applied some Inka gold colours on it too! 

On the 2nd panel too, I did some stamping, textures and added a MDF brick cut-outs to create the BG and decorated with some handmade flowers, fillers!

And the last panel is highlighted with loads of textural elements. I added a MDF flourish and embossed it with silver glitter. Attached a resin piece filled with some micro beads and embellished it with flowers, cabochons and some fillers!

Added some beads and pearls at the end! Hope you enjoyed the tutorial!

Supplies Used:

White cardboard 800 gsm
Felt sheets: Light and dark green, red, yellow, blue
Foam sheets: light and dark green, white
Yarns: Brown, pink and purple
Natural twigs
Decoupage Napkins
Stamp: Lattice from Itsy Bitsy
Stencils: TCW: Art is and Mini bricks; Flourishes
Dies: Spellbinders- Shapeabilities-Flower bundle, Bird Sanctuary; Die-namites- Bird nest; Heartfelt
Decoupage glue, Fabric glue, craft glue, silicone glue
Dylusions paint: Fresh lime, Tinton falls
Inka Gold: Platinum, old gold, Haematite
White Acrylic colour from Fabrica
Black Archival ink
Distress inks: Black soot, Vintage photo, Pumice stone, Wilted violet
Distress stain: Antique linen
Distress crackle paint: Clear rock candy
Wow Embossing powder: Metallic Platinum sparkle
white gel pen
Studio G Glitter glue, Purple glitter from Oak arts
MDF cutouts: Bricks, flourishes, floral circle
Resins: Eno Greeting
Other supplies: beads, wires, Mulberry flowers, microbeads, cabochons, metal charms, sparkle dots, buttons, diamond stones

Happy Crafting!

Would love to join my creation in my favorite challenges:

Sunday, 25 December 2016

Winter Wonderland Wreath

Hello to all crafty peeps!

Merry Christmas friends! May your hearts and homes be filled with love, happiness and creativity!!!

                            I am super excited to share my new Winter Wonderland Wreath with you today which I created the first time!
          Some of us have really great intentions to make handcrafted decor to adorn our home. So, to help you out, I'm sharing a wreath idea now! Super easy!

                   I love the blue and silver touch to signify the winter colours.

I can't stop looking at the bottle brush trees which is handmade!
I really love how these foam flowers and garden green leaves complimenting each other.

How I did......

Firstly, I started with a heavy cardboard and cut a big circle and cut it from the centre using my craft knife according to the size of the plastic plate.

Then I wrapped the circle with my yarn which is little shiny and soft.
Continued wrapping the wreath covered with yarn, glued the ends on the back side. At the top too, I covered it with yarn and before covering it I created holes at the top to tie my stone string in between!

I began with my glittered foam flowers. Die cut some snowflakes out of blue glittered foam sheets and embossed it from the plain side using embossing tool.
There is a surprise element.......I die cut a set of 6 petals to create one white foam flower from the part of  Reindeer die.
Then I distressed the edges using distress ink. And I embossed my petals and glued them on a hand cut circle to create the flower, shown in the pic. I made six sets of these flowers.

Isn't it amazing how creatively we can use these little dies !!!!
                                            Let's get started with the plastic plate.
I coloured it with my metallic pearl colours and added different blue glitter dust to create the snow background shown in the pic. Now wrapped the edges with a white yarn and glued it on my circle centre.

Now the fun part begins! Off to create the winter wonderland scene!
I trimmed some shiny white yarn in very small pieces and adhered them at the bottom of the plate using fevicol.  I die cut a cute deer out of polka dotted glitter foam sheet.

This is very easy to create bottle brush trees. Just follow these steps:

a) Start by wrapping yarn around your fingers in different sizes and tie the end. Gently slide the yarn from your fingers and spread out.
b) Cut a piece of wire or you can use toothpick too, according to their heights. And insert in the middle of each yarn pieces.
c) Use your scissors to thread through the loops on each side of the yarn wrap. Cut the loops so that the yarn is fringed on the ends.

d) Trim the yarn in a tree shape. Cut off any excess of wire at the bottom of the tree and placed a stone at the top using glue.
e) Now placed my bottle brush tree on my plate using craft glue. You can create a huge crafty forest display with this easy technique!!!

Now die cut some leaves out of silver coloured glitter foam sheet and glued all the leaves and flowers to create the wreath using my hot glue gun.

In these close-up pics, you can see the diamond glitter dust to create the snow texture on the bottle brush trees.  Die cut a snowman from a white foam sheet and created a designer hat and muffler out of striped glittered foam sheet and adhered it on the snowman. How cute he is looking!!!

Then I added jingle bells string in a silver thread.

I covered the top using yarn and tied a net fabric bow and adhered a jewelled stone in the centre.

At the bottom also I added a string decorated with blings and stone embellishments.

I covered the back too with a paper doily!

Hope you all enjoyed this beautiful wreath!

Here are the supplies I used:

- I used the semi-circle scalloped die for making my foam flowers!

- used cute deer.

Other Supplies used:
Cardboard-400 gsm;  Silver, blue and designer glitter sheets; white foam sheet
Embossing pad and embossing tool
Transparent plastic plate
Fevicryl Pearl metallic colours
Fabrica white colour 3D cone liner
Hot glue gun
Blue, white and mixed colourful blue yarn, fevicol, craft glue, fabric glue; glitters, diamond dust; tooth pick; wire; two-tone coloured string; blings; jewelled stones, net fabric

Happy crafting!

Would love to enter my creation in the following challenges: Blue and purple+No designer paper+Distress the edges of flowers I always love to try a wreath, so this time I got a chance to create a Winter wreath first time!