Saturday, October 15, 2016

DCAM Stencils Blog Hop - Piyanki

Hello my friends and fellow Crafters. Welcome to my first DT post for Die Cuts and More (DCAM). I am thrilled and excited to be a part of the amazing design team. 

DCAM is releasing their stencils and today we start with a blog hop where you can visit each one of us to see the array of beautiful product line DCAM has in store for you.

Each of the designer has added their magic to the products you would come across.

 I have 2 projects for you to start my journey with the amazing team. So without much further chatting I would like to introduce you to my projects.

Project 1:

With festivals around its a must we have something creative for our friends and family. A handmade card paired with all the gifts would be the perfect gifting solution.

I have used the Ocean Spray Stencil from the new launch for both my card however in two different technique.

For the first project I masked regular intervals and then used distress ink to use the stencil. Also used the Diwali Die Set for the focal. Used a gold foil sheet and die cut the Diwali Diya Die.

You can see another of my card here where I have used the " Happy Diwali" sentiment from the same set.

Project 2:

In my second project I have used the complete stencil to create a background. With the help of distress ink I created the center.

Used handmade flowers and leaves to add as embellishments . 

Used some Neenah White CS for the card base for both the products.

DCAM has launched the new product line as STENCILS. Hop along and you may witness the best creation so far with the stencils and Dies.

You can visit the website here to order your favorite stencil. Now lets hop along.....

And now to the PRIZES.....

As we are an International Team, representing an International company we will have 2 winners. One winner will be chosen from India, and one will be an International winner. Winner will receive 1 Double Stencil set and 1 Single Stencil, from our new collection. All you have to do is make sure to hop along and comment on each DT members blog as well as the company blog. Follow our Facebook Group for an extra chance to win, please make sure to leave a comment there as well so we know you are there. Blog hop ends October 18 at Midnight EST. Winner's will be announced on October 19

Thank you so much for hopping along with us and have a great day. Please follow DCAM and the team on various social media platforms.

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See you soon at the next Blog!

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Happy Diwali

Hello my friends! With the festivals around its time I work on the some bright colors. For my DT post for Happy Little Stamper I am bringing you all a very simple yet gold loaded card.

I have used simple dies for this card. Used distress ink to create the square background. Used a Hero wooden block stamp and heat embossed with gold.

For my international readers, its the festival of Light which we say " Diwali ". My card for today is for Diwali.

The dies are from DCAM" Die Cuts and More".

Hope you like it.

Will be back with more soon!

I am also entering this card in

Friday, September 30, 2016

Spiced Treat - Bottle Art

hello friends, standing on the last day of the month I have a quick post on another bottle that I upcycled. This one is a little different.

I have used an old bottle, used hot water to remove the label. Later I used gesso to apply a base coat.

Used 4-5 color twines to wrap around the bottle. You can use normal glue/tacky glue for the same.

Below is the look it has.

I wanted something for the kitchen or the dinning space and hence used coffee beans, cloves and some spice from my kitchen inventory.

Used Prima flower and black pepper for the buds. Later I used star anese to add the last line.

Trust me it was such a fun project and I loved making this.

Hope you all like it. I have loads of stuff coming soon so stay tunes.

Oh yes and do participate in the giveaway here to have loads of embellishments for your kitty.

Below is the giveaway prize, dont forget to subscribe.

XOXO, see you at the next blog!