Tuesday, October 30, 2018

October ethnic cards blog hop!

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Im playing with Craftangles stamps today to make some ethnic cards with some watercolour backgrounds.


These cards are really simple and easy to make, so I hope you will give them a try.

For the first card, I created a background by ink smooshing Tim Holtz 'Salty Ocean' distress ink.
Once dry, I heat embossed the sentiment ( from the Craftangles 'Diwali Wishes' stamp set) in gold.
I finished the card, by adhering the panel to a light blue card base.



for the second card, I created a background by ink smooshing Tim Holtz 'Picked Raspberry' distress ink.
I then added a gold embossed diya on vellum and a sentiment from the Craftangles 'Diwali sentiments' stamp set.
I adhered this panel to a white card base to finish the card.


For the third card, I created the ink smooshed background using 
Tim Holtz 'Peacock feathers' distress ink.
I then used the Craftangles 'Warli borders' stamp and 
I added some jute string and adhered the panel to a black card base to finish the card.


I hope you enjoyed these cards as much as I enjoyed making them.
If you have any questions or even if you just liked them, do leave me a comment below.

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Paru Mahtani
Paru's Perceptions



28 comments:

  1. The watercolor background created the magic to all your cards with ethnic touch in simple way! Awesome!

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  2. So unique nd easy to do. Super project

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  3. They may be simple cards, but they are very effective

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  4. Beautiful cards.. watercoloured backgrounds looks amazing.

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  5. I have always admired warli painting and it looks amazing. Also like the diya on the vellum.

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  6. Some lovely creations Parul!! Loved the vellum Diwali card...inspired to make a bunch of Diwali cards of the ink smoothing and vellum technique :)
    Loads of crafty hugs,
    Devika Gujral ❤️

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    1. Thanks so much. Id love to see what you make. Do tag me on social media when you post them.

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  7. So simple but with elegant....love all the cards with nice occasion stamps of craftangles,mainly the warli border stamp,I love warli painting and obvious the Tim bolts distress ink👌👌❤always Park I love your all creativity

    Hugs

    Rituparna

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    1. Thanks so much Rituparna! Do try out the stamps.

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  8. Love that splash of colour, that is a very fun and interesting background...very beautiful cards.

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  9. All the cards look wonderful, I love the ink smooshed background.

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  10. All three cards are awesome. Perfect for the festive season. The warli is so adorable ❤️

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  11. Beautiful use of colors!!! Great cards!!!

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  12. Very pretty cards paru as ever. You are truly an inspiration

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  13. A pretty mix of smooshed backgrounds with different stamps.

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