Sunday, 14 October 2018

Guest Designing for PCM Challenge

Hello Everyone,

I'm super excited to be guest designing for Paru's Card Making Challenge. Thank you so much Paru for having me .The theme for the current challenge is " A touch of Gold".


And here is what I've created.. Totally festive..



To make this card, I took A2 size card stock and gold embossed it using string of lights stamp from Winnie & Walter's -Happy Owlidays with Evelin T Designs stamp set. Then, I ink blended it using rainbow colors distress inks as shown and further colored the lights with watercolors in same tone. Once satisfied, I die cut it using rectangle dies from Winnie& Walter's - Essentials: Lana Cutaways. After that, I adhered it on white note card.



Then , I die cut out the happy (from Do crafts) Diwali (from sizzix alphabet dies) sentiment & covered it with gold glitter. Adhered the same on the card base. For the final touch up, I added glossy accent to these rainbow lights. Here are some more pics which I've clicked from different angle to show you gold embossing and glossy accent effect..




I hope you have been inspired to play along with current challenge.

Looking forward to see what you create..

5 comments:

  1. I loved the strings of lights ! Wonderful festive card.

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  2. So gorgeous! I love this colorful creation! Thanks so much for joining us this month at Happy Little Stampers Watercolor Challenge!

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  3. This is the nicest Diwali card I have ever seen, it really celebrates the festival of lights with all the beautiful colours and the touch of gold makes the card look so elegant.Thanks so much for sharing your creation at the

    October 2018 Anything goes link-up at Just Keep On Creating.

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  4. So pretty - I love how the glossy accents made the lights really shine! A beautiful, colourful Diwali card - so happy that you played along with us at Time Out! Jill

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  5. Congrats for getting Honours at Time Out

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