I’m so excited you are celebrating Heffy Doodle’s new release with us!
The new release is so fantastic, I find it hard to choose some favorites. 🙂
You should have come here from Heather’s blog, if not, you can find the hop order at the end of the post.
Here is my card for the hop.
I used the Stitched circle dies, Stitched slopey joes border dies and Santa’s village stamp set.
I created a scene with most of the images from the stamp set. It was so fun colouring these cute images!
Here are a couple more close up pictures-
Here is the bloghop line up..
A random winner will be selected for a £25 gift certificate + free shipping to the Heffy Doodle store. To be eligible, leave comments across the entire blog hop by 11:59 PM PST on 10/22/2018. Winners will be announced on the Heffy Doodle Blog on 10/24/2018
New promo starts now – spend £30 to get dinky dino stamps, spend £45 to get stamps and dies
Your next stop is Cassie’s blog.
If you somehow landed here first, please head to Heffy Doodle blog to start.
Thank you for visiting!
Hi everyone! Sindhu here. I have a couple of cards made using the recently released Ranganjali Diwali dies.
I used the Festive Lantetn and the Happy Diwali sentiment dies. Here is a sneak peek of one of the two cards I shared on their blog.
Please head over to their post if you want to see more. 🙂
Thanks for visiting!
I’m on Newton’s Nook blog one last time as Guest Designer. Today, my cards are all about stamped backgrounds.
Here is a sneak peek of one of the three cards I made.
I hope you will check the blog to see what I made for today’s post.
Thank you dear Sam and Jen for the opportunity! Totally adore Newton’s Nook products!
I was on Newton’s nook blog with my third GD post using a very adorable stamp set.
Here is a sneak peek of one of the cards. 🙂
You can follow this link HERE to check the full post.
I made a card for MFT Card Design Superstar contest (Coloring Virtuoso category) and wish to share with you here.
I usually share all my cards on IG these days but I felt the card deserves a blogpost as I spent a few hours to make it.
Here is my card..
I started by stamping tiny leaves (from Jungle Gym stamp set) on the ground. I stamped them as closely as i could. I wasn’t intending them to hold their shapes exactly by the end. I just needed to fill colours randomly to make it look like there were lots of fallen leaves. Once I filled the leaves in fall colours, I followed Sandy Allnock’s video tutorial on MFT YouTube channel to fill the rest of the space.
I masked the upper part of the leaf carpet a bit and stamped the girl and the cute pup from‘New Best Friend ‘ stamp set. I wanted to make it look like they have to walk through the leaves rather than on them.
I coloured the images with copic markers. I also added pencil details here and there for depth. Torico’s video HERE was very helpful in adding those dark shadows.
Once I was done with colouring the images, I set out to do the toughest job- sketching. I wanted a tree or some branches sticking out from the left side of the card. I ended up sketching a trunk and a few branches. I’m not great at illustrating but was really pleased how the tree turned out. For leaves, a tiny leaf from the ‘Jungle Gym’ stamp set came to my rescue. It was a perfect fit. I stamped a lot of leaves and coloured them to match the leaves on the ground.
I added pencil details to the leaves and finished with a sentiment from‘Beach bunnies’ stamp set.
I hope you like the card..
See you again soon.
I hope you are all good.. Today I am Guest Designing over at Ranganjali blog using their newly released beautiful Diwali dies.
Here is one of the cards I made for the post
Please head over to Ranganjali blog for two more cards and how I made all three.
Sindhu here. I’m back with another Guest Design post on Newton’s Nook blog.. This time, it is all about teachers.
Here is a sneak peek of one of the two cards I shared. I hope you will head over to their blog to check what I made. 🙂
I hope you are all doing great! I’m super thrilled to be Guest Designing for Newton’s Nook Designs this month! Thank you so much for this opportunity, Jennifer and Samantha!
I shared a couple of cards on Newton’s Nook blogtoday. I hope you will check them out. Here is a sneak peek of one of the cards. 🙂
Thank you so much for visiting me today!
Today, I’m guest designing at Create Something Catchy Challenges for the current challenge- watercolor.
Here is a peek into the card I made. 🙂
I hope you visit the post HERE for the full card and to see how I made it. 🙂
I had a little time yesterday to create and I made one more card for the Neat and Tangled Throwdown challenge- Crafting with compassion.
Here is my card-
I followed Jennifer McGuire’s video about making window cards with pop-ups. It was fun to watch and also make. 🙂
Here are some more pictures…
I hope you like the card…
If I happen to win this challenge, I would love for the money to be donated to some Alzheimer’s disease caring centre. I can’t decide on a name yet but will keep researching to find a genine one that makes good use of the donation.
Since this is my second entry for the challenge, I will link to the first entry where I wrote about why this cause was dear to me. I hope you don’t mind clicking HERE to read about it. 🙂
I hope you like the card.
Neat and Tangled Calathea, Friendly florals stamp sets
Neat and Tangled Rice paddies stencil
Simon Says Stamp Stitched rectangles dies.