Friday, 10 November 2017

Everyday Sentiment Cards by DT Ishani

Hello Dear crafters,


I love making cards and sending them to my dear ones. Am sure you love it too, especially to see or hear the joy when they receive it! Today, I am here to inspire you and encourage you with my cards.


Friendly Birds

My first card today is something I created primarily using dies and pretty patterned paper.


  • White cardstock

  • Pattern Paper

  • Birdhouse dies

  • Stitched circle

  • Watercolours

  • Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen

  • Corner Chomper

  • Die - cut sentiment

  • Sequins

  • Glue

I cut a circle on the front panel of the card base and just behind it, I did some watercoloring to create a scene of sky and grass. Then I cut a fence, birdhouses and birds out of dies and some patterned paper. I adhered behind the cut circle, the fence and one of the birdhouse so that they are on the upper panel. The other birdhouse was adhered inside the card, protruding till the cutout circle. Some glossy accents for the birds and spectrum noir for my background watercolour. I used a die cut sentiment, chomped off the upper corner and some added sequins to finish off my card.


Shaker card


  • White cardstock

  • Stamp

  • Embossing powder

  • Versamark ink

  • Heat Tool

  • Zig clean color brush pen

  • Pattern Paper

  • Scalloped square frame die

  • Acetate sheet

  • Foam tape

  • Double sided tape

  • Sequins  

For this, I stamped out a cake with Versamark ink and heat embossed it with a gold embossing powder. Then with zig clean colour brush pens, I coloured the cake and fussy cut it. 
For the shaker card I cut a frame from a Scalloped square die and similar to the dimensions of the frame, I cut an acetate sheet, a pattern paper with the birthday theme and the card stock.

On the base which is the card stock I stuck the pattern paper and glued the cake over it. I took the scalloped square die cut and adhered the acetate sheet with a strong tape. I treated the acetate sheet and the pattern paper with anti-static powder and then put foam tape at the edges of the card. Before placing the acetate sheet and sealing, I put some sequins on the card.

Hope you liked these cards and would try to make similar too! 

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Happy Crafting



  1. Replies
    1. Thankyou so much Priya.. you always are so encouraging!

  2. ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ‘ŒGreat works.

  3. Both are lovely. First one is my favourite. Such a cute scene..but you make them stay apart Ishu..๐Ÿ˜œ

    1. Thankyou so much Raga :) you see the female birds are chatting, one of the male bird is waiting patiently for his wife to come back inside. Women.. you know!!