Showing posts with label Rainbow Craftykari. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rainbow Craftykari. Show all posts

Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Brush Blending on Pinewood Plank Tutorial | Maninder Kaur | Rainbow Craftykari

Hello Everyone,

Rainbow Craftykari Present An in-depth Brush Blending Technique Tutorial onto Wooden Plank by Maninder Kaur, Calambour Italy Certified Decoupage Teacher.

RCS is known for Providing and Sharing Highest Quality of Tutorial Videos, through which countless people have learned intensive projects!!

This tutorial explained the Brush Blending Technique step by step, which you can apply at any surface, not only this, the tutorial has covered a whole project from beginning till the end induced with various tips & tricks. Check out the tutorial video below:

Materials List is mentioned here:

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Wednesday, 4 July 2018

RCS Challenge #11 Back to School - Winner & Top 3 Projects

Hello Everyone,

Today we're here to announce our June Challenge Winners.

We've had some lovely entries, and we love your interpretation of the challenge!

We love all the entries, and it's always hard to choose a few. However, some things have to be done...

Let's move on to the announcement!!

The Top three in no particular order are:

C A Mayyuri

All the school elements work perfectly well in this project!

We love this cube card! It is interactive and the school elements are great!

Lovely interactive tag with great school elements!

Top three, do grab your badges from the blog and
flaunt them!

Now onto our winner!!

Pallavi Jain

This project is beautiful! Loved how she was inspired by the theme and used many elements in her project!

Kindly grab your badge from the blog and flaunt it.

Winner kindly e-mail us at with the subject Challenge #11 Back to School Winner to claim your prize. 

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Victorian Effect Jewellery Box Inspiration by DT Megha

Hello everyone,
Hope you've kickstarted your Summer with some juicy mangoes and buttermilk to beat the heat!

Today I am here with my first DT Inspiration post for you through Rainbow Craftykari. I have also incorporated the 'Love' theme for April Challenge in my creation.

I have altered a jewellery box which makes a  great gift for near and loved ones. I personally have decided to gift this to my aunt who 'Loves" jewellery ;)!
To alter this, I decided to use techniques of mixed media. Here's a look at the altered project:

To make this begin by choosing any jewellery box, could be from your mother's or one of your own. Next, prime it and lay elements which you would like and take a picture, to refer later. Next, apply modelling paste through a stencil which will depict grandness. Pick your colours, I choose blues and yellows and covered the top and sides of the box. Next, I prepare the elements, here I gold embossed the chipboard frame (from Rainbow Craftykari), and the chipboard swirls with clear embossing powder. I used patina pastes and altered the metal butterfly. 

Keeping the Victorian lady as my focal point, I adhered all elements, along with a corrugated sheet to add texture, flowers, a vase, a skeleton leaf behind the frame to add detail and some art stones and glitter sprinkles. Lastly, I used waxes to bring out the details on the elements and added splatters with white paint.

Like you see, this is quick and easy to make so you can alter these and these would make perfect gifts for ladies.

Here are some more pictures:

Supplies used:
  • Jewellery box
  • Modelling Paste, White Gesso, Stencil, Embossing Powders
  • Matt Medium, Corrugated Sheet, Skeleton Leaf
  • Flowers, Metal/plastic Charms, 
  • Glitter Sprinkles
  • Rainbow Craftykari Chipborads
  • 13 Arts Colour Sprays
  • Finnabair Waxes, Patina Pastes, Art Stones
  • Liquid Glue, Heat Gun

Most of the above-listed materials are available on the Rainbow Craftykari Store and can also be pre-ordered by sending an e-mail at

Do visit the Rainbow Craftykari store HERE

Hope you're inspired to create yours! Do participate in our ongoing challenge.

Happy Crafting!


Friday, 1 December 2017

RCS Challenge #8 X-Mas Joy

Hello Everyone,


A very happy December to you all! Another new month and another new challenge! 


This time we have another unique challenge for you all!

Here's a look at our challenge

(Pic credit Google and Vecteezy)

The theme of course is X-MAS JOY and it comes with a few elements to be used on your project. Use at least three of the mentioned elements- Red, Green, Star, Snowflakes or Glitters. Let us know how you interpreted the challenge and also make sure to use the challenge banner in your post. 


Feel free to create any crafty project be it a card, a layout, altered piece, tag, home decor art, album and anything art/craft related. Last date to submit entries is 28th December'17


One winner will receive a Gift Voucher Coupon worth Rs 450/- as well as the winners badge to flaunt on the blog. Top three entries will get to flaunt a badge on their blogs.

Any entry which doesn't follow the guidelines will be disqualified and will be removed from the participation entries


Please go through General Guidelines and Rules HERE.


Here's what our Blog Coordinator Aditi made for the challenge (red, green, snowflake and glitter)

Here's what our GDT Vinita has made: (red, green, star, glitter)

Look out for amazing inspirations during the month!

Link your entries below to participate in the challenge.

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! 

All above-mentioned products are available at the Rainbow Craftykari store or you can pre-order them by sending an e-mail to

Happy Crafting


Monday, 6 November 2017

Shabby Chic Jewelry Box by DT Priya Mishra

Hello Crafty Friends,

A very good morning to all of you. I'm Priya again with a photo inspiration post. This time I transformed a boring box into an interesting shabby chic jewelry box. 

The box I used is a drawer box and is beautiful inside. I just cut some pattern paper according to the dimensions and glued on it. So, here's the box I altered...

I cut the pattern papers according to desired measurements, distresssed the edges and glued on all sides of the box. Then I adhered some pearl string and rhinestone string on the top cover of the box. also some strings on the front opening of it. Then I adhered a beautiful leaf pattern lace on the top cover and attached a mandala die cut, some flowers, pearl stickers, twines and some more lace to decorate it.

Supplies Used:

Cardboard Box
Martha Stewart Score Board
Guillotine Paper Trimmer
Eno greeting Pattern Paper
Papericious Lace
Tacky Glue
Distress Ink
Double sided Foam Tape
Paper Flowers
Pearl String
Rhinestone String
Pearl Stickers

Hope you are inspired. 
You can find all the above mentioned products from Rainbow Craftykari Store or you can pre-order the same by writing to 
Also do not forget to play along with us at our monthly challenge here.


Friday, 3 November 2017

Innovative Mailbox Tutorial By DT Anila Dikay

Hi Everyone!

Anila Here, I am back again, at the Rainbow Craftykari blog today with a tutorial and walk-through video. 

This is a mailbox shaped box for gifting.

Let's begin with a tutorial.
(This is a picture heavy post.... I wanted to include as many pictures as possible so when you try to recreate this you will have no problem at all)

Materials needed are:
Black CS
Pattern papers
A Brad and a handle
Decorative material.

  • Take a CS measuring 12" x 7". Score the 12" side at 1/2" and 11 1/2". (Sheet 1)
  • Take a sheet of the same CS measuring 7" x 4". (Sheet 2) Stick the scored lines of sheet 1 to sheet 2 from the lower side. The box structure is ready.

  • Take a CS measuring 8" x 5" and score it at 1/2" from all the 4 sides. 

  • Trim the corners as shown and fold up the edges to form a tray.

  • Cut 2 pieces of the CS, little larger from all sides than the arch shape.

  • Make small cuts along the extra edge of the cutout and fold them inwards. Cover the folded edge with a strip of paper.

  • Take the other cutout, follow similar steps and stick it to the tray made.

  • Now cover the box with colourful patterned paper over the arch. 

  • Cover the side panel with colourful paper too (cutting the paper little larger and folding the sides inwards to cover the edges) Attach it to the box and stick it in place. This seals one end of the box completely. 

  • Similarly cover arched portion of the tray. Stick pattern paper from the inner side of the tray (as shown)

  • Adhere lace to the edge of the arch.

  • Cut a Flag shaped CS, cover it with pattern paper. Using a single hole punch make a hole. Attach this to the box using a brad. 

  • Attach a handle to the arch of the tray. Decorate the mailbox.

The Mailbox is now ready to hold any gifts inside.

Here are some final pictures with gifts inside.

That's all for today. Hope enjoyed making this mailbox with me. Would love to see if you create anything like this. Remember to tag us!

Here is the Walkthrough Video of Mailbox

Don't forget to participate in our ongoing this month challenge "Vintage"

All the above-mentioned materials are available at Rainbow Craftykari store.

Thank you!