Inspired by Loll - CASE 5

Hello crafty friends,

What have you been doing this weekend? I have been CASEing Loll Thompson and also doing some other cards. This week I am CASEing Loll's that card which she CASEd from Colleen who had CASEd Kimberly . Now, this is learning- my guru learning from others and well, I do the same.  I am so touched to see everyone giving credits to each other. How supportive and encouraging this community is!

Here's Loll's  card



This technique is called Water reactive colouring. Doesn't it look cool? I had to try this tone-on- tone look.. and I also had Distress oxide to play it with. I loved this technique! I did a little masking for the design to be on my top half of the card, then, I used Lawn Fawn's Rose gold embossing powder to emboss this beautiful stamp called Floral zen from an Indian company, Peek - a - boo designs. And did emboss resist with Candied Apple Distress oxide ink. Hand lettering for my sentiment.. and tadaa.. here's my card! 

Card for her, distress oxide ink, embossresist, floral card, heat embossing, Inspired by Loll, Peek a boo designs, Quillish, Technique card, card by Ishani, Distress oxide ink card, Rose gold embossing powder, hand lettering, hand lettered sentiment, brush lettering, pentel brush pen, Mother's day card, card for mom, meri maa


For my mother.. Love you Maa, Happy Mothers' day. 
Many of us Indians call our mothers, Maa. Though me and my brother say it only to save time.. Mumma becomes.. Maa! We children don't ever have time for our mothers.. shame on us .. ok.. just ME!

Card for her, distress oxide ink, embossresist, floral card, heat embossing, Inspired by Loll, Peek a boo designs, Quillish, Technique card, card by Ishani, Distress oxide ink card, Rose gold embossing powder, hand lettering, hand lettered sentiment, brush lettering, pentel brush pen, Mothers' day card, card for mom, meri maa

I hope you like my card and will try this technique soon, it's really cool! Though I have not been able to get as stunning results as my mentors, but may be you can. Do let us know if you try it.. how sweet it'll be!


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Comments

  1. Its awesome ishani..loved the flowers and colors.

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    1. Thanks a lot Mugdha 💖 am glad you liked it!

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  2. Wow..love this technique ishanI 💕. So cool. You have done a great job 👏

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  3. I think your card is lovely! What a beautiful technique and Mother's Day card. Thanks for sharing with us at Cards In Envy Challenge!

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    1. Aww.. so kind of you Sherry. Am glad you liked it. Thank you so much.

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  4. Beautiful card, Ishani! Love your handlettering too.

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting Cheryl.. am glad you visited here... and that you liked it too!

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  5. Gorgeous card Ishani! Your mother is going to love this! Fabulous job with this fun technique. You are very talented, my friend. xx

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  6. What a beautiful result Ishani - and a lovely card as a result. Love how you have masked off part of the card, which really lends to having the greeting looking fabulous
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  7. That’s a beautiful flower stamp and I love how you’ve placed it at the top of your card. Your water reactive colouring looks wonderful, love how you enjoy learning! Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

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  8. I like both of your cards, they are really beautiful :)

    Thank you for playing along with us at Addicted to CAS - Ellenor

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  9. Such a wonderful card! Love it! Thanks for joining AAA Cards! Hugs Åsa

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  10. Beautiful image the building You chose well for the theme.
    Your blog is very nice,Thanks for sharing good blog.
    คาสิโน

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  11. Wow this is stunning great technique and I love the flower and the color you have choosen. Thanks for joining us over at ATCAS.

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