Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Altered Box using White Chippis and Ethereal Papers

Namaste Friends!!

Today I am here with a quick tutorial of altering a mobile phone box using some recently launched Papericious White Chippis, which are very elegant, intricate and comes in beautiful designs. I have  also used newly launched Papericious Ethereal Paper Pack.

Lets see what I have created..



For this, firstly ,I have taken a mobile phone box..



Then covered its edges with Papericious White Gesso completely...inside and out...



Next, cover the inside of the box with the cardstock provided in the paper pack...I have distressed the edges of the paper to give some interest..




After that...covered the outside of the box with some other papers from the paper pack..




I have made few journaling/note cards to keep inside the box, but this box can be used to put some chocolates or a mini album or any other small gift.



Few close- up pictures..








I hopw you like this project.
Thanks for stopping by..
Kriti Mishra


A Mixed Media Layout

Namaste Friends!!

Today, I have made a layout.
Here, I have used Papericious Ethereal paper pack and Papericious newly launched White Chippis...

Have a look....




For this, I have cut a rectangular piece of pattern paper from the pack and adhered onto the Papericious Kraft colored cardstock, which was acting as a base for the layout. Then cut lots of strips of papers from the pack and rough the edges to make layers. After that, cut out a sentiment, adhered onto a rectangular piece to work as a a focal point of my layout.Finally, used the beautiful Papericious Mermaid Flower white Chippi, some gauge and some flowers to make it more beautiful...

Here are some close-up pics...






Thanks for stopping by!!

Kriti Mishra


Kitchen Organizer

Namaste Friends!!

Kriti this side...Hoping that you all are doing well. Today I am back with an inspiration post using Kiss the Cook Papers, newly launched by Papericious. These papers are very versatile and beautiful...full of colors....and there are lots of fussy cut elements....We can create cards, miniature projects, recipe albums and many more projects....

I have altered a Desk organizer, which was also a part of April release by Papericious, using Kiss the cook papers.

Have a look...



For this, I have covered the entire organizer with Papericious Brick red Chalk paint. Then I have used some Pretty papers from the 6 X 6 and some from 12 X 12 paper pack and some fuzzy cut elements to adorn it.

Here are some close-up pics....











Thanks for stopping by!!

Kriti Mishra


Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Pop-up Mini album-- Tutorial

Namaste Friends!!


This is Kriti today...today I'll share a tutorial for a mini album with pop-up pages. I have used Papericious recently launched Ethereal Paper pack . This is a Premium Edition paper pack, comes in 12" x 12"size with lots of die-cut elements, Journal sheet, quote sheet and matching card stock.

Have a look...



Tutorial:

Step 1: Take few pieces of card stock of size as mentioned under and score them.

 a) Piece 1--Take 2 pieces measuring 4" x 12". On the 12" side, score them at 6".


 b) Piece 2--Take 3 pieces measuring 3.5" x 10" (These are actual pop-up panels). On the 10" side,
      score at 2.5", 5" and 7.5". It should look like a 'W' when folded


 c) Piece 3--Take 3 pieces measuring 3.5" x 8" ( These are actual mechanism to allow the pop-up
     panel to  pop- up) . On the 3.5" side, score at 1.75". On the 8" side, with a pencil, make a tick
     mark at  2.25" from each side of the card stock, flip it over and repeat. Score a cross joining these
     points, then fold to form this mountain like shape.





 d) Piece 4--Take 1 piece measuring 1.5" x 4". On 1.5" side, score at 0.75".



Step 2: Apply glue to the one side of the pointed ends of piece 3, find the center of the outer
             card(i.e.,    piece 1)and line the point up just under the crease and stick down, now apply
             glue to the other side of the pointed end and close the card to adhere it to the outer end.





Step 3: Now, take the 'W' shaped card, i.e., piece 2, find the center of the mechanism, and place it.
             Now put glue only at two places as shown in the pic. and adhere the 'W' shaped card. And
             the first part is ready.



Step 4: Repeat step 2 and step 3 for the second part of piece 1.

Step 5: Now for the last pop-up panel, put the two portions as shown in the pic., join the two with
             piece 4. And here, on this hinge, repeat step 2 and step 3.



(Sorry for not clicking for last pop-up panel...my camera died after this...)

And voila!!...Your pop-up mini album is ready.

Here are some final pics....









     



Monday, 2 April 2018

Altered Photo Frame -- Believe

Namaste Friends!!

Kriti this side....so the month is ending....and I am here with an inspiration post today....
I have altered a photo frame using some art mediums by papericious and Papericious Fairy land Paper Pack.

Have a look..




We all experience times where we doubt ourselves, and somehow we lose track of what’s important for us. We lose the belief in ourselves, and we get drifted away, and later on we regret our decisions, that’s why I decided to make a project so that failure can be our teacher not our undertaker.

If you believe in yourself and have dedication and pride - and never quit, you'll be a winner. Believe in yourself, take on your challenges, dig deep within yourself to conquer fears. Never let anyone bring you down. You got to keep going.

Brief about the project

Firstly, I have taken a mdf photo frame and adhere some rectangle mdf pieces to make some bricks at two corners, then to make the background more interesting put some gauge also. Next, covered the entire piece with Papericious White Gesso. 

After that I have used Papericious White Crackle Paste on the bricks. When it was completely dried, poured some pink colour in the gaps of the bricks.

And lastly embellished it with some flowers, sisal, gauge, pearls and few die- cuts. 

Few more pictures of the project...








I hope you like this project..
Thanks for stopping by..

Kriti Mishra