Showing posts with label White Cardstock. Show all posts
Showing posts with label White Cardstock. Show all posts

Saturday, 26 November 2016

Winter Wonderland Card By Guest DT Vinita Jain

Hello, Crafty friends !
I am so excited for my first inspirational post as a a part  of Guest DT at Rainbow Craftykari !! Thank you so much Maninder for the opportunity.

As you all know, Winters have arrived and Christmas is approaching soon, only one month left now. So my  creation theme is Winter Wonderland.

Here are the  steps how to do.

I just picked my white CS and started blending my background using Black Soot and Pumice Stone distress inks at the top. Sprinkled few drops of  water and let them dry.

And at the bottom, I blended with Wilted Violet using masking technique.

Next, I distressed my Birch Trees stencil using Black Soot ink (some of the portion only) and pressed the stencil upside down with a mask of the snow hill.

Have a look how it appears.

Using the same  stencil again, I applied  texture paste to create the snow effect on the Birch Trees and created the effect of partial darkness (was barely visible in the dusk of my BG, very light effect of textured birch trees). I  also created  some script textures too using texture paste.

For creating snow hills, I die cut 2 different layers, one from PP and one from white CS using Spellbinder die.

On white CS I blended Wilted Violet DI and applied texture paste at the top using my palette knife and sprinkled some diamond dust.

I created one more layer of snow hill top with the same method, but instead of glitter, I sprinkled some micro thermocol balls for more texture.

Die cut some deer out of wooden PP. Applied diamond stickles and added some fine purple glitter on its body.

Die cut the celebrate sentiment out of adhesive glittered sheer. Now adhered all the layers using 3D foam dots on a shimmery purple colored sheet. Now before matting it on my black card base, I added a jute textured lace on my card base. And lastly, I added a jute string with jingle bells at the top for the embellishment.

 And do you know I applied alcohol ink on my jingle bells because of  the blue color, so converted easily into purple to match with my creation.

I hope you all like my winter version, it was really fun to make.
Happy Crafting.

Supplies list:

Black and White CS - 200GSM
Wooden collection from Papericious
Tim Holtz mini ink blending foam
Crafter's workshop stencil - Art is
Distress inks- black soot, pumice stone & wilted violet
Ranger texture paste
Mist spray bottle
Alcohol ink - Raspberry
Dies- Spellbinder card creator A2 curved borders 1,
Memory box valley deer trio,
Sizzix Celebration words

Stencil- Memory box - birch trees
Fine glitter
Diamond stickles,
Diamond dust,
ute lace, jingle bells

Tim Holtz idea-ology Jute string,
Micro thermocol balls.

Above listed Materials are available at Rainbow Craftykari Store or you can pre-order.

Vinita Jain.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Guest DT Anushree: Learn Different Card Backgrounds Techniques

Hola Crafters, What's up?  Today in our Teaching Learning Program, Anushree will teach you about creating different card backgrounds. Anushree is been making cards and mixed media projects for more than a year. Her style is CAS cards and what makes her cards and mixed media projects in a unique way. She loves to explore different products and techniques to make cards, boxes, mini books and home decor. Without taking much time of yours let's move to the Tutorial.

Over to you Anushree
Hi everyone,
I am Anushree Vaish. Today I am really very excited to share this Guest Designer post for Rainbow Craftykari Blog. Thanks team for believing in me and giving me this awesome opportunity under Teaching and Learning program.

Lets get started, I have tried making this post detailed, informative and at the same time fun to try new tricks with same products. In this post I am using various stencils and Modelling paste in three different ways to create backgrounds for the cards on white cardstock.


My first background: I have used Crafter's Workshop Stencil Harlequinn, Modelling paste and Ranger Embossing powders to create this one (You can use any embossing powder of your choice). I have placed white cardstock below the stencil and used paper tape to fix it to my craft mat, this fixing is important as we don’t want the stencil to move while applying modelling paste to it. Once all set with fixing, I started applying modelling paste smoothly with the help of my painting knife, you can also use an old credit card/plastic card for smooth effect.

Once done with application of modelling paste, remove the tapes and stencil from the cardstock, now before it dries I have sprinkled gold embossing powder on some areas and dust off the extras, on the remaining areas of stenciled part I sprinkled pearl embossing powder, again dusting off extras as shown in pics. Now I have heat embossed the whole area with the help of my heat tool.

Awesome results,After this embossing powder melts along with modelling paste,the texture we get it super..its much thicker effect than using embossing powder with watermark I will start creating card with this background.I have used tacky glue (you can use any pva glue) to attach this background with base cardsheet. I have used vellum sheet and used same gold embossing powder now with watermark ink to create the sentiment. The final card will show in the end, till then keep reading.

Second background: This time I have mixed white acrylic color with modelling paste and applied over the stencil. Once the paste is dried, I have distressed the cardstock using three different colors.



Again I have used vellum sheet and hand cut the scalloped shape, This time for the sentiment I have used a die cut. Attached two same die cut to give volume to it.

Modelling paste generally dries off white color,this mixing of white acrylic has really enhanced the look of distressed portion as well. Stay tuned for how I have attached all these together, before that lets quickly see the third background as well.
Third background: With this one I have mixed distress ink with the modelling paste to make coloured modelling paste. after application of modelling paste, let it dry at room temperature. Modelling paste dries very fast.

The color looks really vibrant and beautiful, now for this card I have stamped the sentiment on white cardstock separately and fussy cut it. Also used few metal embellishments, made these flowers with die cuts and old novel pages after distressing them. Also I have used glossy accents to attach all this.


Now time to reveal my three beauties.

I had super fun making these, Hope you also enjoyed the tutorial. Listing below the supplies used:
    1.   White Linen cardstock
    2.  The Crafters Workshop stencils - Harlequin, Art is and Bricks
    3.  Prima Finnabair Modelling paste
    4.   Ranger gold and pearl embossing powder
    5.  Ranger Glossy accents
    6.  Ranger heat tool
    7.  Ranger Archival ink Jet black
    8.  Versamark watermark stamp pad
    9.  Distress inks( Vintage photo,Seedless preserves,picked raspberry,mermaid lagoon)
    10.  Vellum sheet
    11.  Avery elle You are invited sentiment
    12. Penny black petal party sentiment set( life is beautiful)
    13. Sizzix Thinlit sentiment dies( celebrate)
    14. Sixzzix flower dies
    15. Metal embellishments,Sequins and enamel dots(from stash)
    16. Aleene’s Tacky glue
    Here I end my post. Thank you so much for stopping by. All above listed products are available on, Also you can place pre-orders to them by simply sending mail to them.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to comment below, i will revert to you. Have a wonderful day.