32 posts categorized "Isha Gupta"

05/23/2018

Wed 23

You Are Special card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. The inspiration behind this card is a short drive we took and the scene, which I really enjoyed was quite similar to my card :)

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I started with a white cardbase. I then die-cut the oval using a white mat layer. I then die-cut the Everglade collage using white cardstock and sponged some distress inks over it.

I used this piece as a reference to where the water and sun would be on the card base. I then sponged some blue and yellow distress inks to create the background.

I die-cut the swan using Regal Swans dies, added a bit of color using distress inks and then added subtle shimmer using clear glitter pen.

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I then stamped the sentiment onto the oval die-cut mat layer. I used the Birch Press Designs Just Because stamp set for it.

To assemble the card, I adhered the collage piece behind the oval mat layer and then adhered it to the cardbase. Finally, I adhered the swan to the background.

 

Hope you got inspired from today's card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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05/16/2018

Wed 16

You Are Awesome card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. I had the Hutton Gate dies on my desk from my last card and I love the delicate dies. So for my card today, I used the same dies as last post again but changed the technique. I used my dies to emboss the background panel instead of cutting it :)

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I started with a coral card base. I then cut a white mat layer and used the left and right Hutton Gate dies to emboss the layer instead of cutting it. I then die-cut a circle and sponged some distress oxide ink onto it. I then stamped the florals using the same color ink. I then stamped the sentiment. Now I added a bit of wink of stella clear glitter pen to some of the flowers. 

To finish I added a drop of Nuvo jewel drop. 

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Hope you got inspired from today's card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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05/09/2018

Wed 09

Hugs card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. I have a fun card to share with you and it's perfect for us crafters :)

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I started with a white card base. I then sponged some distress oxide inks onto it and flicked a little water. I then die-cut the Left and Right Hutton Gate dies onto a white cardstock and adhered them to the cardbase. I then stamped the sentiment and die-cut it using the Birch press Just Because stamp and die. 

Now I die-cut the Devonshire wreath from white cardstock and trimmed the flowers. I then sponged ink onto the flowers and adhered it to the card along with the sentiment.

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Hope you got inspired from today's card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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04/24/2018

Tue 24

Under the Sea card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. Last week was a bit warm here reminding me of summer and that is the inspiration behind this card :) Ocean layer frame from the new release is just perfect for the theme. 

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I started by creating a white cardbase. I then watercolored a piece of yupo paper for the background. I then die-cut the Ocean layer frame using atercolor paper. I really like how it cuts two square frames. I then used my zig clean color brush markers to color in the all the pieces. Once everything was dry, I simply adhered it all to the cardbase.

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Hope you got inspired from today's card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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04/17/2018

Tue 17

Just a Note Card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. I love spring for it's fresh feel. Everything looks light and airy especially after all those dull, grey winter days. So today, I have a fun and cheerful card for you :)

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To create this card, I started with a white top folding card. I then cut a mat layer and sponged it using distress oxide inks. I then added a few splatters to it and let it dry.

I then die-cut the floral banner twice using white cardstock. I cut one of the banner in half and adhered it to the top and bottom of the card layer. I then colored the 2nd. banner using gold watercolor. Finally I stamped the sentiment to the negative of the banner and assembled everything together.

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Love this fun and delicate die. Hope you got inspired from today's card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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03/27/2018

Tue 27

Thank You Card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. I love spring for it's fresh feel. Everything looks light and airy especially after all those dull, grey winter days. So today, I have a fun and cheerful card for you :)

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To start, I die-cut the Woodland Glimpse Collage die onto a white mat layer. I then created a background behind it using watercolor onto some Yupo paper. I adhered the background to the back of this panel.

I then die-cut the Drifting Side Butterfly using white cardstock. I then sponged the solid part using some distress oxide inks. I then added wink of stella clear glitter pen to the outer layer of the butterfly . I then adhered the outer layer to the solid layer.

Finally, I stamped and embossed the sentiment onto a piece of black cardstock and adhered it to the panel. Now I adhered this panel to a white cardbase.

I then added 3d foam to the butterfly and adhered it to the card. To finish I added some sequins.

Here is a closeup to see the details.

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Hope you enjoyed this card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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03/20/2018

Tue 20

You make me Smile Card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. Today, I have a fun technique for you and it's using the dies to emboss and create a background. 

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 To start with, I used Peony Collage die onto a white cardstock and used it to emboss the background instead of cutting it. I then die-cut the Humming Bird using watercolor paper and used zig clean color real brush markers for the watercolor effect. I then stamped and embossed the sentiment onto a black cardstock. 

Finally I assembled everything together.

Here is a closeup to see the details.

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Hope you enjoyed this card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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03/13/2018

Tue 13

Spring Tulips Card
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. Spring has officially begun here in Switzerland and some of the spring flowers are already popping out :) 

One of my favorites are tulips because of their wide range of shapes and colors. So here I used one of the dies to create this fun and cheerful card.

 

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I started with cutting a white panel using the Floral Bloom Oval Frame die. Remember to keep all the negative pieces of the flower petals and the leaves. I then  cut a similar sizes oval white piece and sponged some distress inks to create the background.

Now I adhere this piece to the back of the die-cut floral piece. Now, I colored in the petals and leaves pieces using copic markers and applied some wink of stella clear glitter pen  to them. I then adhered these negative pieces back into the positive die-cut. It really fits like a puzzle and is fun. I shaped the pieces a bit before adhering so to get a dimensional look.

Once this panel was done, I adhered it to a light grey cardbase using 3D foam.

Here is a closeup to see the dimension.

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Hope you enjoyed this card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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02/20/2018

Tue 20

Just a Note
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. Spring is just round the corner and I can't help but think of all the pretty flowers, Easter and crisp air :) So, I decided to use some of the new spring theme products to create this spring theme card.

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I started by creating the mat layer for my card, for this I die-cut a watercolor paper using Wrapped Stitch Frames die. I used the inside rectangle piece of it. I also die-cut a blue panel using the same die to use the frame.

For the background, I  used distress ink and smooshing technique to the watercolor panel and let it dry. I then die-cut the Woven basket (Love the embossed details), colored it using various copic markers. I adhered this to the watercolor panel. 

Next, I die-cut the Bunny and colored him using copic markers. I then die-cut the Devonshire Wreath and snipped parts of it to use as flowers and leaves. I colored these using copics and adhered everything onto the panel. I then adhered this watercolor panel to the cardbase and stamped the sentiment. 

Finally, I adhered the frame to the card using 3d foam adhesive. To finiah, I added some Nuvo drops in the flower centers and the bunny's eyes and nose.

Here is a look at the embossed effect in close-up

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Hope you enjoyed this card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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02/06/2018

Tue 06

Just a Note
by Isha Gupta

Hello and Welcome! It's Isha with you today. Weather has started to change a bit and some days we have some sunlight and some days are cool. Now I am longing for spring, which means FLOWERS :) The new dies have so many various florals in it and they are awesome. 

Today, I decided to use my dies as guide for this watercolor card.

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I started by simply embossing the watercolor paper using the die, instead of cutting it. This gave a perfect impression and allowed me to watercolor using the Zig clean color real brush markers.  The embossed effect gives beautiful texture after we add watercolor to it. It's really cool in real life.

Once the panel was dry, I adhered it to the colored cardbase. I then stamped and embossed the sentiment onto a black scrap. I then, attached the sentiment to the card using 3D foam squares.

Here is a look at the embossed effect in close-up

 

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Hope you enjoyed this card. Have a wonderful crafty day!

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