With Love Card

Hello everyone,

Hope the beginning of the year has been a creative one for you. I have been busy studying and yesterday was my last exam. I had ordered a stamp set by Hunkydory from an Indian online store All things craft . You can imagine my itch to make cards, that I made three out of one stamp set in a go.
Please see the subsequent posts to see all three, I will have one card per post.

I used the heart hot air balloon stamp, coloured it with my Zig Clean colour markers. Used the sketch from the Case this sketch and the blue panel is made by cling wrap technique with Gansai tambi water colours, taking inspiration from CAS mix up challenge. Used vellum to create clouds and finally made the front panel by joining the die cut edges of the white cardstock with water coloured panel. This is a new technique for me and my first card with my new stamps, entering for Paru's cardmaking challenges .




Hope you like it :)

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  1. Adorable card Ishani! Great work with the Gansai w/c and cling wrap technique --- love the design on your blue panel. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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    1. Thank you so much Loll.. glad that I learnt something new!

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  2. What a great panel you created for you sky with the cling wrap technique Ishani! love the colorful hot air balloon floating by! thanks for joining us in the CAS Mix Up! Julia xx

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  3. Your cling wrap piece makes a perfect sky, Ishani! Love the sweet balloon! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  4. Gorgeous cling wrap with watercolors background, Ishani! Such a beautiful sky for your fun and colorful balloon (reminds me of a hot air balloon) and vellum sentiment. TFS and joining us at CAS Mix Up. Hugs...P.S. a fun stamping session to celebrate the end of your exams:-)

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    1. Your balloon reminded me of a hot air balloon, because it IS a hot air balloon:-) Hugs...

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