6 Aug 2015

Hello Crafty !

Hello Crafty
 I have a colorful card to share with you all Today ! This one has no stamping at all.

Hello Crafty

 I have used smooth card stock for card base .Started by cutting a panel smaller then the card base and taping it on the cardstock.Then I sponged various distress ink on both the corners and spritzed some water on the inked area.While it was drying I drew all the images on scrap card stock ,colored and fussy cut them.Tied satin ribbons around the hand-drawn spools.

Hello Crafty

Finally arranged everything on the panel and glued them and then  adhered the panel on cardbase with foam adhesive.The sentiment is also handwritten .

Hello Crafty
  Finished off by adding few sequins.

Supplies used:
Acrylic paint -white
Distress inks : evergreen bough,mustard seed,Salty Oceans,picked raspberry
Watercolors
Black marker

Linking it to :
Create Something Catchy Challenges : August Challenge -week # 1 The Craft Shop

http://catchychallenges.blogspot.in/2015/08/august-challenges-week-1-priya-sivaraj.html

 613 Avenue Create : #135 Anything goes
Sister Act Card Challenge : #117
Fab n Funky : #269 No pattern Paper

35 comments:

  1. THE TRUTH VERSUS DOCTRINAL POSITIONS BY STEVE FINNELL

    When the truth opposes doctrinal positions, men reject the truth. If Scripture is contrary to long held denominational teaching most men either reject Scripture outright or explain it away. God's truth, found in the Bible, is the first casualty of denominational rules for faith and practice.

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    God's Truth: Revelation 3:1-6 "To the angel of the church in Sardis write:..........5 He who overcomes will thus be clothed in white garments; and I will not erase his name from the book of life....(NASB)

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  2. Oh wow, this is gorgeous!! I love the colors!! The images you drew are amazing!! You are so talented!! Love this!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. Hi Pooja, lovely card with so much drawing and coloring, perfect for some creative soul !!

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  4. Such a perfect interpretation of the inspiration picture . I just love your hand drawn images. Cute card. :)

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  5. Pooja, this card perfectly reflects the inspiration pic. You have drawn those items so well..no need of stamps indeed! Beautiful card. :)
    Hugs,
    Suchi xx

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  6. Awesome sketching Pooja & the colors are lovely :)

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  7. Beautiful card Pooja!! Love the colors

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  8. You're the "Crafty" one, Pooja! Can't believe you drew the tools and how cute with the ribbon on the spools. This is awesome.

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  9. Well, all I can say is you have put stamps outta business! Fabulous drawing and fussy cutting and I REALLY like the distress ink look! And congrats on your Color Arte win over at Yvonnes - I was so pleased to see your name up!!!

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  10. a wonderful card! I love watercolor backgrounds :)
    Thanks for playing along in the Sister Act Card Challenge.
    Hugs,
    Natalie
    INKognito

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  11. Amazing card Pooja, that too without stamping!!
    The color combo and neatness of your drawing and cutting tells your artistic efficiency. Wonderful. Cheers

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  12. Crafty card for creative satisfaction :). Everything about the card is so striking.

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  13. wow.. great take on the logo.. very creative..

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  14. Wonderful card Pooja! You have some awesome drawing skills...love the watercolour corners too...

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  15. Beautiful take on the inspiration pic...total justice ..loved the colorful corners n beautiful supplies in center ..so crafty !!

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  16. So gorgeous Pooja!! I love the rainbow of colour splashes, so beautiful! You really nailed that inspiration photo! hugs :)

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  17. You go girl!! This card screams talent and creativity. It's joyful, colorful and inspiring. I love it!
    hugs,
    Lisa

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  18. Beautiful card Pooja...love the bottles..

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  19. super awesome card Pooja..love your hand drawn crafty items.. :)

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  20. Hi, Pooja! you always come up with the coolest designs - especially with the watercolor techniques - this time with distress inks. love Love LOVE what you have done to achieve the flowing technique onto two layers like that. Thanks for sharing how you created the pretty look. And your hand drawn items PLUS being fussy-cut - wow! you are such a brilliant artist! hugs, de

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  21. Beautiful color choice girl, great composition!! Love this card!

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  22. What a Stunner Pooja - a beautiful card indeed. Love the fussy cutting and the hand drawing! amazing work.

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  23. What a super fun use of crafty images!

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  24. That is such a beautiful card, great drawing.

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  25. Gorgeous card! The bright and colorful background looks amazing!

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  26. Beautiful card!! Subeb fussy cutting. Liked a lot. Thanks for playing along with CSCC Aug challenge- week 1. Good luck. :)

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  27. It is like a beautiful painting!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  28. Oh my goodness this is BEYOND stunning. Those inky corners are FABULOUS - i'm totally going to have to try something like this.

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  29. wow, lovely, what a great take on the Color Conceptions Banner!

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  30. Oh my! This is absolutely sensational! I love the colours, the design, the little bottles - everything!

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  31. Oh my! This is absolutely sensational! I love the colours, the design, the little bottles - everything!

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  32. This is a fabulous project Pooja ! I love how you added colors along the edges :)

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  33. How cute is this! Love your hand-drawn images!

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