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Vintage Shabby Chic style Wall Decor

Hey Blogger Pals!
I am sharing a mixed media layout/wall decor that I made for a trio of best friends. Here it is first!

This layout depicts the everlasting friendship of three friends from college and I thought what better way to emphasize than to have their names on it.
I have prepped the layout mdf with a coat of Camlin Texture white and stamped the leafy stamps from mudra. I painted over the stamped images using Acrylics. Once done, I added mdf laser cut embellishments of partial gate and corners.
For the name, I used mdf alphas for the first letter and stamped the rest of the name using Mudra Alpha stamps.
To create a messy layout, I distressed the panel with Picked Raspberry DI and stamped some mixed media stamps like scripts and honey comb from Itsy Bitsy, The sentiment stamp on the top is from Craftyscrappers and it adds such a nice touch :)
Finished off the layout with few flowers and leaves (from Hibiscus stamps - Mudra) and added the 'bff' for eternity :)
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Happy Birthday!!

Hey, there blogger pals :)

I am sharing a fun and simple card today that you can quickly make. One of my first supplies that I got when I started making cards was distress ink Mini kit #1. This kit has some fun colors that blend really well.

For today's card, I used picked raspberry, mustard seed and spiced marmalade to blend into one another in the card, offset to left. Once the blending was done I stamped a circular stamp using picked raspberry ink in random locations.

Finally, I finished off the card using the Happy Birthday sentiment from Mudra and mounted the panel onto Kraft card stock.

Let me know what you think of this fellas!

Distress ink mini kit #1
Sentiments from Mudra
Circular stamp from Itsy Bitsy
Ranger Archival Black
Kraft & white card stock

Entering this to the following challenges:

Pink & Main: #14: Fall or Halloween

Inspiration Destination : ANything goes #106

Oh Heck! I missed your birthday

Hey there blogger pals :)

I am sharing a fun and simple card today that you can quickly make.
I love washi tapes but never get around to getting them in all colors. But this stampset from Mudra, has 4 washi tape patterns and we can create brilliant patterns in any color that you want now.

I stamped the washi's in an offset diagonal fashion using a few chosen colors. Then I stamped the sentiment which is really fun from Itsy Bitsy and colored then using Kabeer Art watercolor brushes. I mounted the cardstock onto a top folding kraft card stock lined with glitter tape.
I love the outcome. Do let me know how you like it guys!


Washi tape stamp from MudraBirthday stamp from Itsy BitsyKabeer Art Watercolor brush pensMememto gum drops palletRanger Archival BlackGlitter tape.Kraft & white card stock

Entering this to the following challenges:

Mudra Color Palette

Paru's Card Making Challenges: Glitter
Pile it on: #118 Sparkle

Love You! Mini Canvas

Hey there, fellow crafters :)

Hope you are all doing well. I was recently the DT delight at the Path of Positivity Challenge #40 on the theme "Confidence". Check out the post here and leave by  Diane's blog too.
Today I am sharing a simple mini canvas project that I have made.

I took a mini canvas from Itsy Bitsy and marked off a part of the circle in the corner. For the rest of the area, I painted it blue and the remaining white using acrylic paints. Once dry I wrote the sentiment "Love you to the moon and back" using 3D outliners.
Finished off the canvas using some white splatters. Let me know what you think of this guys.

Supplies Used:

Mini Canvas from Itsy BitsyCamlin Texture WhiteFaber Castell acrylic paints3D outliners

I am entering this to:
Crafting from the heart 
Craft Your Passion:
Stamplorations Mixed Media Challenge: 

See you all in a while!


Path Of Postivity Challenge #40 Confidence: Top Pick

Hey there!
A fantastic recognition today. I am selected as the DT pick for the Challenge #40 Confidence on the Path of Positivity Challenge. Here is my winning entry.
Thank you, Katrina and Julie for the pick. I am delighted!

Also, sharing the top spot with me is Diane. Here is what her creation is all about.

You can read more about her creations and other details here.

Thank you Creative Bug for being the sponsors!

Head over to the Path Of positivity Blog for more inspirations!