Thursday, June 30, 2016
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
I am one of your crafty fellow Zalak A Mandal, I blog at handmadecardsbyzalak.wordpress.com. When Vidushi Saraf shoot me an email about guest designing, without a second thought I immediately replied her and I am really happy to guest designing here at Peek-a-Boo designs. I would like to thank Vidushi Saraf and the current design team memebers to give me this opportunity.
I also want to thank to all DT memebers for inspiration and great projects. And Hope to see new creations from new DT memebers.
So now lets head over to my projects I created using my Guest Designing Kit. It was really surprised moment when I received this stamp and Stencil.
Monday, June 27, 2016
Friday, June 24, 2016
Hello and good afternoon dear friends! ^__^
I'm Halak and a tad under the weather today, but I hope you are having a beautiful friday!
Today we'll be going through a tutorial that's fun + easy to make using the beautiful stamp set titled - Back To School
Note : This project is made as per the ongoing Peek-a-boo Designs (PABD) Challenge #7 guidelines so if you haven't participated yet, grab the old supplies from your stash along with something new you recently purchased, create a project and link up!
To participate, click >> HERE
PABD product list :
Let's begin the picture tutorial :
First I created a sentiment using the Back To School and Awesomeness stamp set.
Also stamped the ruler image.
Then, stamped the crayon stamp a few times.
Colored the crayons in different colors using paint and Sakura gelly roll pens.
I wanted the teacher's day sentiment with a couple of other elements from the set so once the crayons dried I finished off the remaining stamping.
Tip : Here I didn't bother masking the crayons (red and green) because I had decided that for this project, the ruler was going to be paper-pieced. If I would have selected coloring the ruler then I would have masked the crayons.
Using distress inks with a round blending tool, I applied ink lightly using the Arrows stencil.
Tip : To get a smooth look while stenciling without those irritating harsh lines, use a round blending tool.
Next I took a piece of patterned paper and stamped the ruler on it because I wanted to paper-piece that element.
Did you know : PABD has gorgeous Acrylic Blocks with laser etched grid lines for ease of stamping.
Paper-pieced the ruler, matted project onto red card base and added a few star shaped stickers.
Lastly, to finish it off added a few bits of washi and paper tape.
Tip : If you don't want to add bulk to your project and want to maintain the clean and simple (CAS) look, then washi tapes are a great embellishment option!
And that's how I did it! I know it's a bit early for Teacher's Day but if you plan to make cards in bulk, now is a good time to start and this stamp set is absolutely perfect for it! ^__^
Thank you for stopping by! *Hugs*
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Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Today's post is my last post for PABD as a DT member. It has been a fun learning term and did not even realize how 6 months passed.
I have made 3 tags and a card going by the theme using new and something from the stash. The Tags are cut from a border punch.
Tag 1: Used the new stamp set from the collection and the sentiment from a Old Set. used pro markers for the coloring and embellished with pearls. The sentiment is white embossed on a Black CS.
Saturday, June 18, 2016
I am sharing a step by step tutorial on a mixed media creation using stamps and stencils !