Showing posts with label roses. Show all posts
Showing posts with label roses. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Hello,
I am Anita Kejriwal , the new DT on the Cheery Lynn blog and I thank you for giving me this opportunity.
Today, I bring to you a stepper card based in the current challenge -RED WHITE AND BLUE. As usual, I,ve tried to adorn my cards with flowers . I have used the heartland America doily die to cut two hearts. One I have embossed and hand cut and the other has been cut completely. Then these are overlapped to give dimension to my card. Please find below, the list of all the supplies used.
So here is my card.




Supplies used

Build a Flower # 3 - B264
Gardenia Strip - B339
Daisy Lace Frame - FRM118
Heartland America Large - DL110
Celtic Heart - B144
Victorian Romance Flourish - DL151
Flourish Leaf Strip - B178
Stamp- Fiskars
ribbon from stash
Distress inks- fired brick and faded jeans.


I hope you have taken part in the ongoing challenge-red white and blue. The prize is a 20 $ shopping fun at the cheery Lynn store.

Challenges

Paper take weekly

I hope you enjoyed this post. Do stop by and leave some good words.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

CHERISH!





Hi, First things First. My Special Card made it to the Top 5 at the cup cake craft challenge.






This week has been a hectic one as I,m busy organising my craft stuff. I,m really bad at this and soon I know I,ll have a breakdown. Amidst all this chaos, I managed to make a card and followed the ICR Challenge for this. All the flowers are handmade by me. I tried to give them the look of Prima flowers. Do not know how well I succeeded! This also goes for the following cha Supplies used are:-- cardstock-local, spellbinders-scalloped square, lace pendant, tag, distress ink-- Memento-rhubarb stalk, tim holtz-aged mahogany, CB folder-victoria--, organza ribbon.


This also goes for the following challenges :
C.R.A.F.T-flowers



Now, These are some lovely cards that I got on my anniversary. Thanks a lot to everyone for making my day so special.


ICR TeamRominaUjjwal



Khushboo Banka

And lastly, I took nearly two hours to sort out my stamps and arrange them in a photo album. Now I,m longing for some wooden mounted stamps. As I do not have a single piece. Anyone listening?



So thank you all once again and happy crafting to you all!









































Thursday, March 3, 2011

A TUTORIAL AND A CHALLENGE

Hi Girls! Finally I,ve managed to post a tutorial on punch craft Roses. All of you have been waiting for this and I hope this helps cos, I,m bad at taking Pics. So in the process if you do not understand anything, kindly drop me a mail so that I can assist you.

1. Things Required: A foam pad/soft leather pad, punches-punch bunch-scalloped heart(medium), birch leaf and daisy, fevicol, silicon glue, tweezer, craft paper, toothpick, embossing tool. pink ink pad and some sponge.(I hope I,ve covered all)


2. Punch out 8+5+3+1 hearts from the white paper and 6 leaves with the birch leaf and 1 daisy from the green paper.

3. Using the sponge, colour the hearts giving it a shaded effect. You can use a single colour also.
4.Then with the toothpick roll the scalloped part on the right to the outside opposite to the shaded side. repeat with the other side. then place the heart shaded side up and with embossing tool make a mark from the middle to the pointed tip at the bottom. Repeat with all the hearts.

5.Except the last 1 heart. Roll it around the toothpick as shown to make the centre. cut a small part from the bottom.
6. Then place the daisy on the pad and give a soft cup shape. Pick one heart with the tweezer and dip the bottom in glue and paste it on one petal of daisy. Continue till you use the 8 hearts.
7. Now cut the bottom of the remaining hearts.

8. Cup your palm and hold the rose in it. Then pick the center and dip the end in silicon glue and put in the center of the flower. Silicon glue helps the petals to remain straight but you have to be quick as it dries very fast.
9. Then pick each heart and dip in silicon and continue to build layers around the center offsetting the petals . Cup the rose a little to hold the petals together. Your flower is ready.

10. Now using the stick, make veins on the leaves and twitch it a little to give a little character to the leaves. Cut a thin strip and attach the leaves as shown.

11. Attach the rose in the center of the leaves.


And Now I used this rose on this card.



If you really like my tutorial then I ask you to enter this challenge.

Make a card using the rose you make with the help of this tutorial and mail me the picture.
You have 10 days to do so and I will choose the best out of the lot.
The winner will get a pack of assorted coloured punch crafted flowers and leaves from me.
so I,m waiting for you all to get started.
The last date is 14th March.

I,m entering this card for the following challenges:

So enjoy your weekend with punch crafting!!!


Thursday, September 9, 2010

Card with a Box


This card is made for a relative who got engaged. I,ve used spellbinders borderabilities and the roses are handmade. The Butterflies and the lace heart and corner loops are from Martha Stewart. The striped PP is embossed with Cuttlebug folder Hearts and tile punches are also used. I think I,ve put a lot of things in the card. I hope it made her happy. Since this will not go in an envelope, I made a box for it. The box is made from crafterscompanion,s ultimate pro. It is an awesome tool and is a must have for all those who love making cards. This card also goes for the following challenges.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Punch Craft Wall Hanging



This is a wall hanging made exclusively with punches. I,ve used the tile punch to create the background. The flowers are made as follows--Rose--Pear Punch, small flowers--cherry blossom, leaves--Grape leaf, ash leaf. All the punches are from Punchbunch. This creation clearly belongs to the Sir Stampalot Challenge for June--punch it. I think I,ll make more of these in various colours. Simply loved the whole thing although its totally a back breaking job.