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Cards Using Chipzebs

by Sindhu Manokaran

Hello crafty  friends,

Happy Friday!!! I am Sindhu  from colorsofcraft. Hope all are doing good and staying safe.Today I have four cards with chipzebs to share with you all.

Card #1

– I started with stamping Mudra Wild rose stamp on a watercolor paper with antique linen distress ink and did no-line coloring technique with abandoned coral distress ink.

– Fussy cut all the flowers and kept ready .

-I cut 4 strips of size 1″ * 5.5″ of Paperum Wood brown cardstock and  distressed  with  Mudra Mai Coco brown ink .

-Scored them at 1/8″ intervals and arranged all the strips with equal intervals on a top folding card made with  Paperum  Wood brown cardstock.

-When the panel is ready , I assembled all stamped flowers and leaves from Chipzebs -Leaves#2.

– Finished it off with the sentiment from Mudra Stamp – Hello Sunshine using Mudra Mai Jet black ink.

Card#2

 

–  For this card , I started with stamping Mudra stamps – Magnolia on a watercolor  paper and colored it using zig colors.

– Fussy cut it and kept aside.

– I created the background using Mudra Stencil – Plaid and pumice stone distress oxide. Then I adhered the stamped image and the frame.

– Completed  the card with hello sentiment from Chipzebs  – words#1  and few white translucent  sequins from Mudra  Couture Harvest mix Sequins .

Card #3

 

– For the triangle easel card, I took a cardstock  which measures 8″*4″ and score at 4″ at the longer side.

– Then scored the front of the card diagonally ( top right corner to bottom  left).

– I took two panel one for front and another for inside of the card.

– I scored front panel at 1/8″ intervals and for the second one I did some stenciling  with Mudra stencil – Scalloped  flowers and Mudra Mai Ultra violet ink. Cut both diagonally .

– Adhered both the scored  triangle  pieces on the card front and the stenciled panel inside the card.

-I applied Mudra Mai Ultra violet ink directly  on a small piece of cardstock  and die cut few flowers from them.

– I carefully adhered Chipzebs – butterfly circle frame on bottom triangle of the card along with the flowers and leaves.

– The sentiment is from Mudra Stamps – Wishing you. I adhered the sentiment on a violet strip of  paper created with Mudra Mai  Ultra  violet  ink and popped  with foam tape inside the card.

– Completed the card with Mudra Couture  Gold sequins.

Card #4

 

– I started creating the background using abandoned coral and picked  raspberry distress oxides on a white  cardstock.

– Then I did some stenciling  with Mudra stencil – Chervon builder  and baby wipes.

– Using stay home chipboard from Chipzebs – Covid element I draw the out line of a house and cut it to make a shaker window.

– I adhered an acetate sheet and foam tape behind the panel.

-After adding few Mudra Couture  candy pink sequins I mounted the panel on a top folding card base made with Paperum  Coconut Creme cardstock.

– Finished  the card with adding the stay home chipboard to shaker window and few Corana elements from the  same set.

Products used :

Stamps

Stencils

 

 

Chipzebs

Sequins

Inks

Cardstock  and  Envelopes

Acrylic  block

 

Hope you all like my creations.Please do check and participate  in this month Mudra Challenge- 35Mudra Challenge- 35 to win exciting  prizes.

 

Happy Crafting,

Sindhu

 

 

 

 

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