Saturday, December 6, 2014

Card Box

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are liking our Mood board Challenge of  this fortnight at Lulupu. It has some soft colors and beautiful pictures on it. 

And I am inspired by pink scooter, cabbage roses and pretty colors from that. I created Card box
 for a little girl. Have a look........


I've taken pictures while I put up this all together....let's see


I made this adorable Card box with DCWV papers. I love my We are memory keepers Trim and Score board, its very convenient to make anything on same board. You can find tutorial for this box here.
But before assembling them, I had to decorate it.


On watercolor paper I spritzed Lindy's Mad Hatter Mint spray. I used my Ranger Heat tool to dry it completely. And next I applied my favourite Prima Modelling paste throug Prima bubble stencil. It gives that yummy texture and it becomes opaque when dried. But before it dries I sprinkled Prima Luminous silver glitter onto it.


I stamped Scooter Tilda with Ranger jet black archival ink, it is waterproof. I colored the image with watercolor pencils and waterbrush pen.


I adhered pink cabbage rose, light blue flowers, soft fabric net, butterflies and heart (punched from pattern papers). Below Tilda image, I created layers with mint color pattern paper and pink doily. 


I punched butterflies from PP and to give them some dimension... I applied thick layer of Ranger glossy accent. I also adhered pink lace below textured paper.

And when we open the lid , there is surprise box, I filled it with candies 

So thats it for today.



Thanks so much for stopping by today.

7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Shilpa..love the pink theme and cabbage roses.. :) Beautiful coloring of Tilda.. :)

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  2. This is beautiful Shilpa, I do love the image and background you have created.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  3. WOW what a sight for sore eyes...such soothing beautiful colors. Love it!! And thank you so much for the encouraging words you left on my "How to Repair Big Shot" post

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  4. Anything with Tilda just inspires a grin on my part! Beautiful project, Shilpa!

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  5. Super cute project Shilpa!! And thank you for the link and your tutorial! :) Coco

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