2 posts categorized "Isha"


Wed 24

Thinking of You Card
by Isha Gupta

Hello Everyone! It’s Isha today sharing a Clean and Simple card, which also happens to be the theme for the April challenge too.

Clean and Simple doesn’t mean you can’t play with techniques you love. It’s simply lots of white space.


I started by creating a white card base. I then added a bit of shimmerz paints to create the background wash. I then die-cut the circle frame in white and added a bit of pink color to it too. Let this panel dry.

I diecut the butterfly parts. To the back solid piece, I stamped and embossed part of the Lilac flower using white embossing powder. Sponge distress ink to this.

Apply lots of Spectrum Noir clear shimmer to the top part of the butterfly. Layer them together.


Stamp and emboss the sentiment. Assemble everything together. To finish add some gems.

Hope you enjoyed ths CAS card with emboss resist technique. Have a nice day!







Mon 13

Thank You
by Isha Gupta

Hello Everyone! I am Isha from Switzerland, where I live with my husband and 2 girls. I have been crafting for a bit more than 5 years now and just love creating. I am so excited and honored to be joining the Memory Box team. Love their products and how versatile they are :) Thank you Dave for having me here along with all the wonderful creative team.


I hope you enjoyed all the new dies featured during the blitz last week :) It's still cold here, although spring has started. Now it is time to think about summer...lol And this adorable Jellyfish just wanted to float around!

For my card, I simply sponged the background using various colors of distress inks. Once I was satisfied with how it looked, I flicked some water and perfect pearl spray. This gives added dimension and a subtle sheen. I then die-cut the Jellyfishes using watercolor paper and colored them using zig clean color markers. Then, I flicked some white paint mixed with water onto them and let it dry.


I then adhered them to the background layer using some 3D foam of various thickness, to create some dimension. To finish the card, I stamped the sentiment and embossed the sentiment and cut a strip.

Finally, I adhered the finished panel to a white cardbase. 

Hope you enjoyed my card. Happy crafting!