Showing posts with label colouring. Show all posts
Showing posts with label colouring. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 24, 2017


Hello to all !!!
A warm welcome to my blog!!!
Do you love cute critters-monkeys, deer, bunnies or even squirrels!!! These are harmless cute animals and they are so cute and sometimes funny .
Elizabeth Craft Designs has many new stamps with these cute critter images.

Todays challenge is also all about critters.

Here is my card.

 For this card, I cut a card base from Soft finish card stock.Then, I tool a card panel from water colour paper and distressed it well with Peeled paint and peacock feathers distress ink.
For creating the scene, I stamped and cut out images from the stamp set-Jungle cuties and Woodland pals and Birch forest.I coloured the images with coordinating die. Then, I layered them as shown. The base ground is created by using Fitted Frames -4 Curvy ovals. Then sentiment is from the general stamp set.

ECD products used

Soft Finish cardstock sampler 4
Water colour paper
Soft finish white cardstock
Woodland pals
Birch Forest
Jungle cuties

Other products
Zig markers, foam tape.

I hope you like this cute card. These are great for kids.
Do hop on to the ECD blog more inspiration.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016


Hello everyone, 

Stamping and colouring is a favourite passion of mine and colouring stamped images is something that is very close to my heart. Seeing the black and white images emerge as coloured ones, fill my moments and my heart with joy. So here, I am sharing with you something that I immensely love .


You all are familiar with colouring. However , I have done a short video tutorial to show how I colour my images especially floral images. I have used the Zig brush pens, although you can use any colouring medium of your choice. Please follow this video for colouring part and for the layering part, please follow the step by step pictures given below. each picture is well explained. But before we begin, let me tell you a little about layering. This is just breaking up your image into several layers beginning from the bottom to the top most and layering them on top of each other to create a 3D effect. This requires lot of visual play by your eyes to be able to understand which layer comes when. Although the method is bit time consuming, but the end result  is super beautiful. So, its worth all the effort.
This is PICTURE HEAVY POST !!!!! So please be patient and just follow each step. I have used the Rose stamp from Impression Obsessions but you can use any image of your choice. I would advice you to begin with simple stamps and move on to more complicated ones. 
So lets begin !!!!!

A video tutorial on watercolouring


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Lily of the valley

Hi friends,
I am Anita Kejriwal from India, chosen as th GD for the month of May and I bring to you my first post ....something I 'm so excited about. I hope I will be able to bring my best projects to you .

The supplies that I have used are as follows:

Build a Flower # 3 - B264

    Stamps- Penny Black- tiger lily, Impression obsession, Hero arts
    Inks-distress inks, versafine
    Swirls, pollens ans bling from stash.

I have cut the dies to layer them together as the theme of the current challenge at the blog is
LOTS OF LAYERS. So if you have not played along, just get out your cheery Lynn dies and complete your project. The winner gets a 20$ shopping spree at the CHEERY LYNN STORE
I hope you liked my card. I am awaiting for your feedback. I really enjoyed with you and I thank you for all the appreciation.
Have a good day!