Sunday, 5 March 2017

Mudra first birthday blog hop

Hello everyone.!
         Am so excited to be a part of Mudra's first birthday Here hop . Hope you have reached my blog from the super awesome crafter Neha Bhatt's blog Here. If you haven't, then please do check out the full details of the blog hop Here . 



        Mudra stamps are always close to my heart as i've been part of their journey from the very beginning and watched their progress with awe.! I can never say enough about the quality of the stamps. They stamp super crisp every single time and are easy to clean and store! Well of course they come in this amazing packaging andddd they are budget friendly which is a boon to any crafter.

      Today I've two cards and a cool DIY project to share with you. I've used the Geometric nature stampset from Mudra's new release. 




Card 1:
     


       This is a very subtle card mostly inspired by the beautiful sentiment.
       Firstly I heat embossed the geometric butterfly on white cardstock  with gold embossing powder.
       Then i colored the image with different shades of pink Zig pens.
        I heat embossed the same image on vellum, fussy cut and layered on top of the colored butterfly sticking only at the center to add more dimension.




        Finally I added some trail of sequins, rhinestones and gold embossed sentiment to match the whole card.


Card 2:
   


      Here's a very quick and easy card. I used the same technique as the previous card but I've colored directly on the vellum this time. You can see the stark contrast between the two images here.




I added some washi tape to add some interest and stamped the sentiment with memento Danube blue ink.




DIY Project:
      Here's a custom phone case which you can change any time you wish.!!!




     Get a polymer clear case for your phone. Trace the outline of the cover on watercolor paper (which isn't too thick) and cut out to the size which fits snugly inside.
     Add a wash of water and then add distress inks in the desired color combination. 
    After it is completely dry, spritz some water droplets and let it dry.




    Finally heat emboss the sentiment with white EP and add some white gesso splashes to finish off.
Now you can change the look of your phone anytime to your heart's content without burning a hole in your pocket.!!!




I hope you liked my projects.!! Do lemme know your comments :) 

Here are the simple rules and the awesome prizes pertaining to this bloghop:
RULES: 
- Follow Mudra Blog
- Like Mudra Facebook Page
- Follow us on Instagram 
- Subscribe to our Youtube channel
- Visit all the designer's blog hop post and leave them some love.
- After finishing the blog hop, add your name in the inlinkz in Mudra Blog Hop Post.

PRIZES:
To celebrate, Mudra is giving away a beautiful pack of crafting supplies from Mudra to 1 WINNER, selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop.  You have until Wednesday, March 15th at 11:59 PM IST to enter, and the winners will be announced here on Monday, March 20th.

One Additional Goodie Bag to a random participant sponsored by The Craft Shop, Chennai. 

Your next stop is at the very talented Tejal Mehta Shah's blog over Here .
Once again, you can find the link to the main bloghop post Here.
Do hop on and have fun.!! 

Rhiz.

63 comments:

  1. Wow! That cover is amazing! What a clever idea! And I love how the pink butterfly looks like it is embossed on vellum. Beautiful coloring!

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  2. Wow you have been busy Rhiz and I love your designs. I can't wait to get my hands on the Geo stamp set and I totally adore how you have used it today. That sweet trail of sequins is soooo beautiful!

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  3. Beautiful projects Rhiz..Butterfly is stunning...diy phone is amazing..

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  4. The addition of that washi tape & those blings as butterfly trail...brilliant! Love the card!

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  5. All the projects are too good. I love the pink card with butterfly. Great job!

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  6. Lovely cards dear :) that butterfly card is super fun; love that sequins & stones sparkle <3 And that blue flower is breathtaking,just wow!! Impressive how you paired it with that washi tape. And that mobile cover is beautiful <3 hugs n love..

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  7. Lovely creations Rhiz :) The phone case is so pretty :)

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  8. WOW! Loved your cards and the DIY phone case! Thats a wonderful post! Keep inspiring us

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  9. That heat embossed butterfly is stunningly beautiful. Loved the ideaS of creAting stamped mobile cover and turning a butterfly into a flower.

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  10. both card r super awesome!! but i love blue one :)

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  11. simple and pretty cards my dear.. live the mobile case soooooooo much.. indeed its my favourite stamp from mudra,,, hugs sweets
    With love,
    Afreen

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  12. Awesome simple cards ....Thank you diy phone case I definitely gonna try it

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  13. Love all the cards!! Amazing beauty is the last touch...Phone case idea!!! Love love it!
    Now i have to look for such clear case for my iPhone 7 :D

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  14. wow!!! fabulous projects. Mobile cover too awesome. I absolute love the glitter trail in the first card! Hugs

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  15. Omg fabulous card n,loved them all I really like this pH cover superb dear

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  16. I am so gonna try out the DIY case idea, but I have to wait till I finish my exams!!! Thanks for sharing!! brilliant colours!!!
    Pratyusha

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  17. Love the soft touch on the vellum butterfly with an absolute beautiful trail. The shades of blues are awesome touch on this flower with a perfect washi tape and love the custom phone case too!

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  18. Oh what amazing projects!! I LOVE how the washi matches the faceted gems in the 2nd card.. and that cellphone cover idea..absolutely brilliant!!

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  19. Loved your very simple yet effective cards, Rhizwana, and the phone cover is beautiful. You are a great talent :)

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  20. Both your cards are such stunners Rizhwana!! And that cover idea is fantastic!

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  21. It's a Beautiful blue flower! I'm fall in love!

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  22. Wow rhiz!!! The phone cover is definitely a game changer and it has come out really well :)
    Best wishes
    Love
    Uma

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  23. Beautiful set of cards Rhiz..Love the geometric cards..And DIY case cover is simply awesome..
    Love
    Richa

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  24. Lovely projects. the phone case is a brilliant idea!!

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  25. Beautifully done! Love how you arranged the sequins on the butterfly card :)

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  26. Stunning cards.. the butterfly one is so pretty.. and that phone case.. OMG!! So clever.. I am so inspired to do something like it!! Thankyou

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  27. Splendid work,Rhiz. ! Such a brilliant idea to alter a case like that ! Cards are awesome. :)

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  28. Liked it ?? Loved them totally..triangles my favorite and the custom phone skin is fantastic !!

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  29. gorgeous cards Rhizwana , love that butterfly and the phone case is a brilliant idea !!

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  30. aaha! butterfly card is a treat for eyes!!...loved the altered back cover too..

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  31. oh wow! such amazing projects, love the elegance of the first pink card, the patterns in the second and the unique idea with the phone case. superb! thanks for sharing

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  32. In love with your work.....specially the phone case...your an inspiration to many beginner crafters like me ❤❤❤

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  33. Love your art. Beautiful butterfly, love his "trail". Fantastic phone cover.

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  34. Loved all of them Rhizwana !! I Ve always admired your colour choices.. The cover s an amazing idea ❤️❤️❤️

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  35. All the projects are too good. I love the pink card with butterfly. And the mobile case was awesome

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  36. Wow.. what stunning cards!! Loved the DIY phone cover also!

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  37. Such a fantabulous cards can be made by you only.
    -Hugs, Riddhi shah

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  38. Gorgeous cards and I love that phone case !!

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  39. Love the trail you made for the butterfly...simply fabulous
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  40. beautiful projects especially the mobile cover.. love it...

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  41. Lovely card. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  42. Lovely card. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  43. Just awesome projects.. Specially Mobile cover is superb!

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  44. OMG You back with outstanding creation. that washi tape is perfect for your coloring. and mobile case is so awesome. Will msg u dear, i want to make it aomething like that...Galaxy mobile cover :-)

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  45. Marvellous projects, loved the cover

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  46. Beautiful projects Rhizwana. So innovative.

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  47. I absolutely love love love your butterfly card! And the idea with the phone case is brilliant!

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  48. gorgeous cards but the phone case steals the cake. will surely try that....

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  49. Beautiful cards, great coloring!!Your phone case idea is so clever, lovely colors and so very neat. :-)

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  50. wow...all three projects are so different...loved heat embossing on vellum, rhinestone and sequin tail is nice idea...

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  51. Great ideas and great projects Rhiz.. love all of them especially the mobile case...

    Hugs
    Catherine Joseph

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  52. super trio!!! all the three projects are beautiful... stunningly elegant butterfly card... stunningly bright blue flower card... and stunningly innovative mobile cover... thanks for all the tuts..

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  53. love love love the the phone cover... gorgeous colour play.... thanks for sharing

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  54. Wonderful cards Rhizwana !!! The DIY project is so cool....Cheers to the 1st birthday celebration of Mudra !!!

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  55. all the projects are so beautiful Rhizwana !!!! Especially the the execution of your mobile cover.

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  56. Wonderful projects. Love them all.

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