Thank you so much for playing the "Rainbow" challenge in September!
I was so happy by the response! So many beautiful cards!
Here is the October challenge!
Make a card or tag with a touch of gold.
HOW TO PLAY
Make a card or tag using the theme given.
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Now for some inspiration...
To make a touch of gold tag, I first printed out a cardstock sheet of toner , which, I used to die cut the Spellbinders peacock feather.
I then used two different colours of Craftangles foil on this die cut.
Here is the beautiful result.
To make the tag, I used a scrap of blue cardstock to die cut a PaperTreyInk bookmark. I had previously stamped this scrap with peacocks to create a tone on tone look.
I then adhered the foiled die cut to the tag and added a blue ribbon to complete the tag.
Beautiful isn't it?
For the card, I used Simon Says Stamp Stitched square dies to cut two nesting squares out of the 'Colours of India' 6"x6" paper pack from Craftangles.
I then cut the final square out of green cardstock and heat embossed a mandala from the newly released 'Happy Diwali' stamp set from Craftangles, in gold.
I finished the card by adding a bit of May Arts ribbon with a golden bell for fun!
To Inspire you some more...
My very dear friend and cardmaking superstar
is my Guest designer this month
and she has some fabulous cards to inspire you!
Hi Crafty Friends,
I am back on my favourite challenge blog once again! The theme is “Touch of Gold”. With Diwali
approaching, I decided to make a card and a tag for the festive season.
For the card, I have used waffle flower’s Lacy Flower stamp as rangoli!
I embossed it with glitter gold
embossing powder by Brutus Manroe. It is hard to capture the jazzy look of it but it looks gorgeous
in person. I cut the panel using spellbinder die. To color the Rangoli, I used Candied Apple, Ground
Espresso and spiced marmalade distress inks. The sentiment is from Ranganjali. A thin wavy stripe of
golden glitter paper is added. A small floer from the same set is embossed, colored and tucked under
the panel to balance the design. I mounted the panel on similar colored but textured card base.
Tag is created using Papertrey Ink die. I lined the back
side with a circle die cut blended using Candied Apple Distress oxide . I
inlaid few flower centres, die cut using glitter paper. To finish it off,
embossed sentiment in gold & tied some golden threads.
I hope you are inspired with my creations and will play
This month we have TWO fabulous prizes from
One Rs. 1500 ($20) and one Rs.750 ($10) gift card!
The winner will be announced on the 28th of October, so don't forget to stop by!
Please link up your creations below.
To be eligible to win a prize, please follow all the instructions carefully...
you will find them above and in under 'how to play' in the right sidebar.
Thanks so much for stopping by...
Have a great day and have lots of fun!!