Quick cards with Monochrome Paper Pad

4:06 pm pavitra chanchal 0 Comments

 Hello Everyone !!!

For today i have few quick cards to share with you guys created with Papericious Monochrome Paper Pad. I like to use layers in my cards and this paper pad is just perfect for this , as it has prints which goes together very well at the same time its easy to distinct the layers also.
They are available in 12 x 12 and 6 x 6 size.For my cards here i used 6 x 6 size and paired it with golden cardstock , which i die cut with various dies for adding more interest to my cards.

Card no - 1
For this card here i first cut a white cardstock at 11-1/2 x 6-1/4.Scored it at 5-3/4 and fold , next for the layers i cut the paper patterns 1/4 inch smaller than the base layer. Between two layers of pattern paper i used golden cardstock .For the center i also die cut the pattern paper and fussy cut the butterfly image.

Card no - 2 
For the card no - 2  i glued the pattern paper on white cardstock and than layered a die cut golden cardstock on top of it.Next die cut the pattern paper and layered it on top.

Card no - 3 
 For the third card i layered the pattern paper on top of white cardstock , roughly teared the second layer of paper pattern into half  and positioned it with 3D foam tape. For the center die cut the pattern paper and mat it against the golden cardstock. Finished the card with a fussy cut butterfly at the top.

Card no - 4

For my last card i decided to keep the layers simple as i so in love with the butterfly pattern here .I simply matted the pattern paper against the cardstocks and than layered them.

I hope you like my cards .See you soon 
Hugs
Pavitra

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Winter themed Gatefold Accordian Mini Album -- Step By Step Tutorial

11:00 am Kriti Mishra 1 Comments


Namaste Friends!!

This is Kriti and today I am here with a tutorial post. The winter has officially come, so I hope it will give you all an inspiration for your winter projects. And today I have got a mini album tutorial
using Papericious new release paper pack Winter Rimes. It mainly has two winter colours blue and beige, a perfect match for winters, comes in size of 6 x 6 and 12 x 12 inch.

Have a look...



I have made a Gatefold Accordion mini album and I enjoyed creating it because these papers have all the elements of winter that any one can think....

So, let's see how I have created this...

Firstly I have taken a chipboard piece and cut it into 5 pieces 12 x 16 cm, 8.5 x 16 cm, 5 x 16 cm and two pieces of 2 x 16 cm.



Adhere them on a cardstock, keeping a gap of 0.5 cm(so that it can bend easily) in each piece as shown in the picture below



Now score the edges, cut the corners and cover it.




Cover the inside of the album with the pattern papers


Now, cut a piece of cardstock into four pieces 23 x 15 cm. Score at 11 cm and 22 cm on the long side.


Join them together to make accordion, mat them and finally paste them inside the album. And voila! album is ready.

Some more pics..






It opens up like this...






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I hope you like this project..

Hugs!!
Kriti Mishra

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Christmas Diorama with tutorial of Base - Winter Rimes Paper Pack

11:00 am Chirali Shah 3 Comments

Hello people.

Chirali this side with a new project using newly released Papericious papers and chipboards. And the name says it all. Yes, it's a Christmas diorama. When it comes to winter, Christmas is the first thing that comes in mind. I have a quick photo tutorial for base too.

So here is what I have created:


Let's start with the tutorial:



Take two papers of 7"x2.5" scoring them at 0.5" at 2.5" side and 0.5" at 7" side twice. (Check below image)


Cut the same as shown in image.



And you will end up with making such square pillar.


I have taken a 12"x12" wide a thick cardboard, put a cut at 5" softly, folded it and put them stand with sticking a paper on the back at folding edge.

 I adhered base papers from winter rimes paper pack.


I have taken a 4"x6" white paper and 2"x5" colour paper.


Adhered white one in the center of base and coloured one in the center of white paper. I have taken 4 0.5" stripes of colour paper (as shown in image) and sticked them to the colour paper to make a door. I had a black colour small round cornered scrap paper on my desk so used it as a handle. You can use anything.



Take one stripe of 6"x1.5" and two stripes of 6"x2", scoring the later two at 0.5" at 2" side and at 3" (to make the triangle) at 6". Then score two corner as shown in image to make the triangle and stick the 0.5" part with first stripe.

To cover the triangle, take a paper of 2"x7" and glue it on the base we have made above, one side edge to edge and other side a bit outer than the triangle. (Sorry, I could not click a picture of it but you can check the below image)



Put the whole triangle base on two pillars we have made and stick them above the door.

I have given border to the white part with 1/8" stripes and have made partitions with such stripes too.



Here is my snow fall. ;) 
I have used whole tin of modelling paste to make a snow. I have put some tissues to make a snow pile. I have taken a lamp post chipboard, coloured it eith duck egg chalk paint and put it on the snow. The best thing was I did not have to stick anything till modelling paste was wet. I just put it at the places.


I took a christmas tree 3d chipboard, painted it in green and added christmas garland on it.



I added a fence, christmas tree, pine cones, changed the triangle's paper, changed the place of lamp post (I made changed a lot times in this project ;)), so many fussy cut lamps and pine cones and grass from the pack, a floral wrath on the door and some snow and garland on the triangle.


So this is the final project. I added a girl, some frills on pillars and fence, a snow man, flowers and bird on roof, pots on the entrance, a 3d christmas ornament on extreme left, made a stone path, added frosting powder on snow using soft gloss gel etc etc.


Look from a bit upper angle to make a snow pile look.

So here are lots of closeup images.











How can I forget to add lights in it when it's for Christmas?

Have a look:





Ahh!! A photo heavy post! ;)

I hope you enjoyed it.

Thanks for stopping by. 

Hugs,
Chirali. :)

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