I have made some simple Mudra Interactive Book marks with their stamp. I was in a process of making book marks for the kids at school but when I saw the challenge posted by them, I thought I would give it a shot by making some interactive ones as well 🙂
Take a look!
This is a pull out Book mark I made for a little chap who likes Horror stories.. 🙂
Two shaker Book marks in different shapes. In the first one I have used watercolour for the background.
So happy to be chosen as the winner for this challenge!! I cant thank papericious enough for the opportunity! 🙂
Hello everyone!Priya here and I want to share with you the Winners and the Top 3 for our June Challenge: Try Something New. Thank you for all lovely entries and thank you to everyone who played along. Now on to this month’s winners…In the TOP 3 we have :Hands to HeartsMukta Parvatikar-ManiarKriti MishraAnd the WINNER…
Looks like I have to take a vow to keep my blog updated, click pics of what I make from now on.
I went on a long vacation to my home town. On getting back, this was my beautiful surprise:-)
I have never stamped before so I thought I should try it out. I have been lately making some pregnancy journals so based on the theme, I ordered my first set of stamps from Craftyscrappers.in and the product turned out to be so beautiful!!!!
I couldn’t resist myself so went ahead with my first stamping project…:-)
I made this Baby 1st year banner long back (just hold got of the pics:-P)
So here is what I did, Month by month pics of this cute cutie – some with her parents… I used a local die for making letters and numbers – Sizzix – and lots of colourful foam with foam stickers. I made some of the simpler stickers but bought most of it from a seller.
I made this to link it to BGC #38 which states “Create a project with a gift on it such that it can be removed (detached) without affecting your creation OR create a project where your creation is not only a means to wishing people but it is a gift in itself”