Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Holi : Festival of colors

Hello,

Today I have made a Scene Card for an Indian festival of colors : Holi .

Scene Cards are basically Layered cards which give a 3D perceptive.
In this we try and create a scene. Scene be of any occasion eg Wedding , birthday etc
Today I have done for the festival of colors HOLI

Like in this card I have placed the color powder plates in one row.
Then sweets and color water filled balloons in one row.
Then the color water filled bucket with pichkaris
A boy and a girls playing on either corners.


I have first stamped the images on a white cardstock using masking technique
Then colored them with Zig watercolor brushes
Then put shimmer pates to give a glittery look to everything.
Now fussy cut from the top side only.
Now take 8 by 6 inches cardstock 2 numbers : one for the base and one for the frame.
Take another 2 pieces of cardstock 6 by 2.5 inches . Score at every half inches and fold like a fan.
This we will adhere on the sides of the base cardstock.
Then adhere the layers one by one with red tacky tape or any other adhesive
Stamp the water splash stamp on the frame cardstock with distress ink and add Candy shimmer paste.
Now randomly color the boy and the girl with different distrss inks.
Place them on the corners.
Stick the pichkaris on them with foam tape.
Add the color powder plates and sweets plate in one corner.
For the sentiment I have used different color embossing powders to go well with the festival.

PLEASE CHECK OUT THE VIDEO FOR THE TUTORIAL OF THIS CARD




Few more photos







                             Doesn't it seem that the girl is throwing water splashes on the boy and
                              the things are kept at different levels ?



Supplies Used
White cardstock
Distress Inks
Black archival Ink
Versamark
Wow embossing powders
Craftyscrappers CELEBRATE HOLI stamp set
Craftyscrappers Shimmer paste
Zig color brush pens
Chipboard girl boy
Red tacky tape

That's all from my side today.
Hope you all like my card as much I did creating it.
Happy Crafting
Meeta


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6 comments:

  1. I think our 'Somewhere over the Rainbow' theme was perfectly timed for your Indian festival of Holi which I have always thought looks so much fun with all the wonderful vibrancy of colour you put into your celebrations.

    Thank you so much for entering you lovely card into our theme at Stamping Sensations challenge Meeta.

    B x

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  2. Wow, your card really does have all the colours of the rainbow. I love the vibrant colours that you've used and the little children look so sweet. Thank you for joining us in our 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' challenge at Stamping Sensations and good luck. Sandra x

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  3. Lovely work, Thank you for Joining us at Scrapping4funChallenge and waiting to see next time.

    Hugs
    Meena S4F DT

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  4. Beautiful colourful creation
    Please remember to follow us
    Thank you for your entry at Scrapping4funChallenges.
    Rachelle DT
    https://scrapping4funchallenges.blogspot.com

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  5. Very beautiful creation.
    Thank you for joining at Stamping Sensations.

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  6. Great creation, thanks for joining Stamping Sensations, good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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