Hope – An Easy Home Decor Project

Hi everyone,

Saadia here with an easy home decor project for the Spring season and Easter.

I hope you like it and are inspired by it.

Let’s start our project:

I cut 3 oval shapes in different sizes, one from a chipboard sheet and 2 from heavy weight watercolor paper.

I cut the edges of the watercolor paper ovals with wavy scissors.

 

 

Next, I coated them with different colors of chalk paints to get a soft, pastel look.

Then I added chalk paint through an Irregular dot stencil on the smallest oval. Also did a bit of background stamping in soft shades.

Next, I assembled and glued my composition. I used primed chipboard shapes and lots of beautiful flowers by Little Birdie Crafts.

Finished my project by adding few seed beads and word stickers. I added a little hook at the back for hanging it on the wall but you can also use it as a card by cutting an oval card base and gluing it to the back of the first chipboard oval.

 

 

That’s all for now.

Thank you for your precious time.

Take care and stay blessed

Saadia Nawaz

 

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Love This Life – Mixed Media Palette

Hi everyone,

Saadia here with a new mixed media project. It has lots of Little Birdie Crafts beautiful flowers, glitter and texture. I hope you like it.

 

 

Let’s start our project:

I applied a diluted coat of 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste to an oval wooden paint palette.

 

Next I mixed Texture Sand with Mixed Media Paste and applied it through the ‘Script’ stencil. After drying it with a heat tool, I applied the same paste through ‘Irregular dots’ stencil. 

I then applied different Color Splash sprays and chalk paints.

After that layer, I glued Sisal fiber, scrap paper and old paint brushes as I pleased.

Then, I added lots of Little Birdie Crafts beautiful flowers, buds and chipboard shapes. I heat embossed the chipboard shape with Copper Embossing Powder.

Lastly I added few microbeads, Little Birdie Crafts Fairy Sparkle glitter and a chipboard quote.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some close ups:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for visiting

Take care and keep crafting.

Saadia Nawaz

 

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Best Fishes!!

Hello friends!

This is Anila from India!

I am at the blog today with a set of cards using the Fintastic Birthday
stamp set. I am sharing two 4″x6″ cards and two 4″x4″ mini note cards.

Here’s a look brief look at them.

4″x 6″ cards

4″x 4″ mini note cards

CARD 1

Stamped all the images on a watercolour paper, coloured them with Zig markers and fussy cut them.

Ink blended a paper using distress inks to create the ocean look. Die-cut an oval using Stitched oval dies.

Foam mounted the die-cut on a side folding card base. Adhered all the fussy cut images to create an ocean scene. Foam mounted the sentiment.

Lastly, added few dew drops to complete the card.

CARD 2

For this card, I stamped the image repeatedly in black ink on a watercolour paper. Die-cut the paper using a heart die, centring one image in the centre of the heart.

Coloured the images, all in yellow and the centre one in red to highlight it. I traced and trimmed a coloured heart from a yellow cardstock.

On a white side-fold card base, adhered the yellow heart. Foam mounted the die-cut heart over it.

Lastly, foam mounted the sentiment.

CARD 3

On a white card, randomly added watercolour strokes to create the water effect. Stamped the sentiment around the strokes to create a box effect.

Stamped, coloured and fussy cut the image.

Mounted the panel on a 4″x4″ note card. Foam mounted the image on the card.

Lastly, to add some pop of colour, I stamped the tiny hearts all around the sentiment.

CARD 4

I stamped all the images on a watercolour paper. Coloured and fussy cut the images.
On a 4″x4″ top-fold card, adhered the images to create the fish tank scene.
Stamped the sentiment. Added few shadow details to the card.

That’s all for today! Hope you liked the cards. Please leave your valuable feedback in the comments below.

I would be back with some more inspirations soon.