Tuesday, 27 December 2016


Hello my readers, hope you had a great Christmas time.
Now today I have made few embellishments.

I have colored and stamped the sentiment and then used Clear embossing powder to give the glittery effect.

Applied same for butterfly too.

Then for scalloped circle of 1 inch, but for this I used Red embossing powder.

Finally putting all together:

Linking this to the following:

Friday, 23 December 2016

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas everyone !!

Today again showing my new and simple card for upcoming season X-mas.. This I made for Brown sugar Challenge blog, for their Challenge #230 Theme: 'Christmas'. 
You may find Challenge link HERE

The card I made is:

The digital image used is from our Sponsor My besties

Challenges entered:

1. PCM DEC challenge

2. lulupu Challenge-68-RGG

Tuesday, 20 December 2016


Hello and Welcome to my blog again.
I made a DT project for CraftsNeed blog. Its my first post for it and I am bit nervous and excited too..

Today I am gonna take you to land of fairies. Yeah you heard it right, Fairy Land. And I have its tutorial too. So sit back, relax and enjoy the tutorial.
Firstly, the final look of my project.

Take a waste sellotape roll and color it Green.


Now for base, take the inner diameter of the roll and fix that circular board inside it and glue it so that it wont come out. and paint it with same color from outside.

Now on to next step of making grass. Take a green colored paper and cut the strips from it in shape shown below:

I have taken 3 strips of A4 size. and for the first strip start sticking it to the inner wall of roll. And for the next layer, glue to the bottom tip of strip, vertically and not on sides.Then stick the strip vertically inside in the circular shape co-ordinating with the roll. You can make it as dense as you want.

Now lets move on to main thing, that is Fairies and flowers. I have Stamped, colored and fussy cut few fairies and birds. The first image shows the stamped images. I used different shades to color all the fairies as I wanted it to be colorful. For this particular fairy, I used DI Frayed Burlap, tattered rose, Memento Tangelo, Lilac poises and Dandelion. I colored them using KOI waterbrush

You might notice, the fairy shown in the second pic is having a layered dress. I tried to give it a 3D look by adding dress layers to it. (hope the pic shows the effect).

Now I made few different flowers from Iris paper available at Craftsneed site.

Now, the best part of this project, the secret message. I made a mini accordian fold card using cardstock and Nakshatra designs paper available at CraftsNeed.

Pinned it with a matching U-pin, that also from CraftsNeed. I just loved this pin and the way it matches with my theme..

Now, one more way to hold secret message. See the pic below and you will understand all by yourself. 
One thing you should take note of that the color of cardstock I chose is Green, as it matches with the grass and is not easily visible at first sight. So it does really keep secret.

Now, all fairies, flowers, birds, and messages are ready to go in the garden. but before that lets decorate the garden from outside too.
I have used a lace to adhere the border. 

and used the pink small flowers on side. and used few pearls to add some bling.
Now, start arranging all. This part can be done as per your wish. I started with the largest fairy standing at the backside. and placing them one by one and you are DONE !!

P.S. You are not sticking any fairies and flowers to the roll if you are keeping the hidden message below them. If you do so, your message won't come out and it will be hidden forever !!

I love the way fairy is putting her hand in the flower

List of Supplies I used (available at CraftsNeed)

Cardboard and sellotape Roll
Fairy Stamp set
Iris paper
Distress inks (for coloring the fairies and flowers)
Memento inks (for coloring the fairies and flowers)
Pearls, Laces
Nakshatra Designs Paperstack
Message bottle


Was selected as DT favorite at Crafting from the heart Challenge blog.

Hope you like my project. Do share your views in comments.
Riddhi Shah

Friday, 9 December 2016

Celebrate Fall

Welcome back to my blog.

Today I am up with a new card with a short tutorial for new challenge at Brown Sugar challenge, that is challenge #228 -Anything Goes.

Our sponsor for this challenge is: Digital paper craft
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This is my card:

I started with a plain cardstock and Distressing it

Then I collected few scraps of paper from my stash.

Adhered them in the following way:

Stenciled with Boxtacular stencil from Peek-a-boo (Boxtacular stencil)

Stamped and fussy cut the image and flower,

The little girl is the digi stamp from Digital Paper Craft Etsy shop

And I am done finally.

Hope you will like my card. Do leave some love.
Crafty hugs,
Riddhi Shah

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

A peony flower card

Hello viewers,
Today I have made a card using the stamp set from Mudra, An Indian company manufacturing stamps.
Here is the final look of the card.

I have used the leaf stamp from the set to create the background and I have stamped the peony flower, fussy cut it and made 2 layers of the flower to give it a 3D effect. You might be able to see it in close up view below.
I wanted to highlight the peony flower and so have colored only the flower and the sentiment.

And this the perfect look which I wanted to show in my card. ( the below pic was clicked in dark using flash)

Some closeup views

I hope you will like my card

The stamps that are used are:

1.Peony love

2. Purely Sentiment

Linking this card to following challenges:

5. TTCRD Challenge 29 nov- 5th dec
6. Creative craft cottage challenge #76

Friday, 25 November 2016

Tri-Shutter Card

Hello my dear Friends,

Today I have made a tri-shutter card for challenge #226 - 'Anything Goes' of Brown Sugar challenge blog.
The image on the top of the card is from Bugaboo Stamps.
The pattern papers used are The flora season, from Papericious,
Have a look at the card.

 A view from Inside:

Hope you will like it.

I am linking this card to following challenge:

1. Indian Craftroom Challenge ICRNOV16

Thanks for stopping by.

Riddhi Shah