I am sure you all must be creating wonderful projects with your own WRMK punch boards after seeing all the amazing creativity and reviews done by my design team mates …they have become irresistible. So what are you still waiting for…... hurry up and grab one for yourself.
Though this month we will be focusing on the various kinds of boxes,envelopes, and other 3d projects we can create, its equally important to know how to jazz them up and take your simple box or bag to next level of customisation and creativity.
I have a secret to tell you all……………………..i am in love!!!
I am madly in love with the adorable PRIMA DOLLS!!!! :)
Guys I can't tell u how versatile these stamps are and they can do magic to any project.
Its always fun to use them in tags, mixed media projects and even on paper bags.
I use almost every way to colour them like water colouring , copic colouring and paper piecing.
Water and copic colouring is indeed a beautiful way to make the dolls pretty but today i will talk only about PAPER PIECING the dresses of the Prima Dolls.
Guys I can assure u it's super easy and will b super fun too.
so lets get started….
Stamp the prima doll with black Memento Tuxedo ink on a white card stock.
Fussy cut the doll carefully.
#2 Stamp the doll on a patterned paper of your choice.
Multiple colours can also be used.
Cut the portion of the dress neatly.
Colour the hair and body the way u want to. I used my copics to do the same. Stick the dress on the doll by carefully aligning it.
Add glitter to jazz up the dress and the doll is ready to be placed over the paper bag.
Here is the look of the project I made using this doll.
Another example using two patterned papers ...
And the finished project....
Hope you liked it and I am sure u all will give it a try...
There is a good news that we have the latest Prima doll dies in our store which can make the entire procedure fuss free and much more quick and easy .
This is Arjita and it's my time to share an inspirational post with all of you...
This post is very special to me because I designed these party favors for my daughter's birthday.
I wanted to keep it very girly so sticked to her favourite colour .......yes you got it right .....its a PINK.
I created the candy box with the amazing WRMK candy box punch board and trust me guys it was so easy and quick.
The uniformity and the professional finish can only be achieved by this punch board.
I made two sizes one for the candies and the other for holding few adorable stationary for the kids.
I used patterned papers by DCWV and some bakers twine to tie the box and loads of embellishments to jazz up the project. Can u see the mini Tilda and the tiny hidden butterfly ? The Tilda was coated with crackle accents to create that distressed look. ... Isn't it cute ?
A closer look for u ...
I filled in some wooden balls for photography purposes so that you can see the window I created using some thick acetate.
For this box I created a wreath around the hero arts stamped image and added a butterfly also from hero arts.
I wanted a matching invite so I decided to used this absolutely gorgeous die from joy craft to create the frame for the Tilda to fit in. The mulberry flowers, charm and pearls make everything so adorable ...
I just layered the similar pp on a black card stock and used few pop dots to create a dimension finally glued the leaves, flowers and other emblliez.
Gosh !!!! They were quite a few tools here and I am so happy to tell you that our store is loaded with all these amazing stuff ...that's why I always sayCrafterscorner is a paradise for all the people who wanna tickle their desires of crafting.
At this point I want to remind you once again to participate in our challenge #15-
GO 3D hosted by me. Guys u still have 4 more days and I will b super happy to see your amazing entries.
signing off for now…….
Hope u liked my post for today and will give it a try soon.
I love magnolia's Tilda because of her innocence and sheer cuteness. It's actually very easy to colour her in with alcohol markers but I wanted to try few techniques with more affordable and available colouring tools.
No line colouring is the new buzz and as I said its easy to do it with copics.
All u need to do is stamp the image with a very light inkpad instead of black and do the rest of the colouring.
I did the same technique using distress markers and I was very happy to get similar results .
Today's tutorial is a picture heavy post so sit back and follow me....��
Step 1- stamp the image with desert sand ink on a water colour paper.
(Guys please zoom in to see the impression ..it's there....lol)
Step 2- with the help of a thin brush colour all the skin with Tattered rose .
Use inward stokes so the colour lightens up towards the nose.
Step 3- add the pink blush on her cheeks with spun sugar.
Step 4- colour the hair keeping in mind her curls and shadows.
Step 5- colour the dress with two shades of purple. Add pumice stone for her pants.
Step 6- add black soot to add more depth in her pants and chef cap.
Colour the shoes with vintage photo.
Step 7- finally do the cake
Gr8!!! It's done .... Wasn't it easy friends?
To bring some glow and interst I added few faux stitched lines with white gel pen and wink of stell over her cap , shirt and cake.
But then as usual I wasn't satisfied ��and I loaded it with glossy accents and my latest black enamel accents (by ranger) for her eyes.
Here is the final card I created using this adorable image ...