Friday, September 23, 2011

Sending lots of Happy Thoughts your way! + Q&A (Edited)

Edited: I completely forgot its Friday and day for out regular Q&A feature. Looks like I really am soaked up in work :D Added the Q&A at the end of the post :)

** I have a BIG Giveaway HERE

I will make this post a quickie because I have lots of pending tasks in my To Do list and I also wanna try to make Walnut Banana Muffins. I hope I get them right the first time :)

Today's card is based on the sketch at Lily pad cards Sketch Challenge, using my all time favorite technique of emboss resist which is again for the Lily Pad Cards Resist Challenge. I picked the colors from current Hero Arts Challenge and also attempted a window card :) And since it has no pattern papers, I am entering this to Wee Memories Scrappy Saturday Challenge#68

 Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Hero Arts(Speckled Ornaments, Live life), WPlus9(Magical moments); ink: Rangers Distress Ink(Walnut Stain, Barn Door, Shabby Shutters, Mustard Seed), Versamark Embossing ink; Rangers Clear Embossing Powder

If you have any questions, please let me know and I will make sure I answer them all.

Q&A

Q1 How did u sprinkle that color?Is it water color on THIS card?                Bhavana
A1 I use acrylic paint, little diluted with water. Then I just drop some of this diluted acrylic paint using my brush where ever needed. You can also use mists with a paint brush for the same effect.

Q2 Did you ink the rose with yellow pigment ink on THIS card?                       Snehal
A2 No, I didn't. I had these two tone flowers as is it. But you can always add color to white flowers using mists or pigment inks.

Q3 Can you tell me how to video?                                  Anita
A3 Did I tell you I am just learning? I am really bad at videos and more than making them, I actually hate editing them. I just use my web camera to shoot the video and then edit it using Windows Movie Maker. Nothing special :)

Q4 How to make the flower in THIS card?                          Snehal

A4 Its a simple gathered flowers with two layers. You can do it in minutes :) I will do a tutorial as soon as I get time.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!

14 comments:

  1. Super.... Awesome card.. Love it...!!

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  2. Awesome peacock Ujjwal

    Cheers
    Sonia
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  3. I wouldnt have guessed that it's a window card! The sketch looks fabulous, gotta check out lillypad. I love the colours you have used and all the inking and distressing... i am seriously drooling over your emboss resist. That peacock stamp rocks! I love those tiny gems on her. Another brilliant creation.

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  4. Lovely card Ujjwal.

    I came across your blog through Britta Swiderski's website. Its so nice to meet a fellow Indian crafter who loves Echopark and Studio Calico products like me :D.

    I would love to buy EPark's Playground collection kit, however your price isn't visible there. Could you get back to me on nrzr_0315@yahoo.com? Or you could visit my blog http://creatingmemorieswithtna.blogspot.com/ and leave in a comment somewhere...

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  5. Fabbie fab Ujjwal! Super stuff! :)

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  6. wow that teCHNIQUE is really good... awesome peacock and on the whole just super!!!

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  7. Lovely card Ujjwal.

    The peacocok has turned out awesome... :)

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  8. Love the happy n bright colors in this card,looks cheerful:)

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  9. So pretty love the colors!!!!Thanks for playing along with us at Wee Memories!!!

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  10. Sweetly a HAPPY card.... Love the swirls & flowers executed so perfectly!!!

    Ash... :)

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  11. Such a lovely and happy card... I love the resist effect...Is the peacock image a stamp?

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  12. another wonderful creation... such a bright and happy card :)

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  13. The colors look so good against the kraft, and I love all your stamping - thanks so much for playing at the Pond with us!

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