Monday, October 19, 2015

Celebrate You


I have a special card for you today. My first entry to the new challenge I've launch called 'An e-Pic Challenge'.

I am entering to card to CASology: Cue Card; YOU and to An ePic Challenge #1

Inspiration details for the ePic Challenge: 
- The texture and curve of the plate
- the Colours: White, Pink, Orange and Brown

The how-to:
- I traced the edge of the dinner plate and cut it down.
- Stamped with White ink.
- Sprinkled Stamp & Bond (powder glue) and heated it with my heat tool. This become all gluey
- Sprinkled glitter on that edge.
- Stamped the balloons, sentiment. The first balloon went through the same glittery process as the edge too

What went in
- Stamps: Papertrey & Clearly Besotted (the 'you' was cut out from a 'thank you' sentiment)
- Inks: Memento & Colorbox White
- Stamp & Bond, and Heat tool
- A dash or creativity and a lot of soul :)

Thanks for stopping by and here is to Celebrating You! God bless.


Monday, October 12, 2015

Launching An e-Pic Challenge

Hello Crafty People..

I'm launching  a new challenge called An e-Pic Challenge.

It all started with Juhi of Juhi's Handmade Cards fame - posting an ePic picture.. based on which we had a quick challenge on FB.. I totally loved that format..

So here we go... An ePic challenge.. A picture will be posted every month for you to be inspired and post back your crafty entry. You may choose to be inspired by a shape, colour, theme, anything at all.

And the entry can be a card, an earring, a recycled product or anything at all. The only condition is it has to be Handmade.

Here is the ePic for this challenge..

I will try to rope in some goodies from other kind people. I will keep you updated... and here's to an epic run!! :)

  • If you'd like to sponsor this, please do send me a message.
  • If you'd like to send me an inspiration picture, send it across  


  • Please link in below with your entry, and don't forget to tell us what your inspiration was.
  • Handmade only please.
  • Last Entry Date is Nov 12th

PS: This picture is from a lunch I had with some lovely Bangalore Crafters at UB City

Monday, March 16, 2015

A shaped Mini Birthday Book for a sweet girl

A friend’s little girl turned 11. Not a little girl anymore. Not a grown up one either.

Here is a mini book I made for her.

I used the Flower shaped album by Sizzix. These make the process super easy.

I die cut chipboard twice, and then Fabriano card stock 6 pieces and DCWV paper 12 in number. Remember that half of these will have to but upside down – to help cover both sides.

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 1

Then I went to town with stamping.

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 2

Oh stamping.. stamping.. How I doeth love thee. If I were Shakespeare, probably that might have been my sonnet :)

Now this page. This is top most favourite page. Ever. The stamps are from this HUGE Waltzing Mouse stamp set called Pint size Heroines.

Tell her how so very precious she is. How much you love her.

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 3

These are three tags, for the mum, dad and bro to write notes for her. The left side stamps & dies are from Sizzix. The right tags die cut using Sizzix dies. And stamps are from Hero Arts.

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 4

This is another awesome Papertrey Ink stamp set. Both pages really/

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 5

Hero Arts, Fiskars and Papertrey Ink – How I love you all.

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 6

Mister Fiskars – the birthday set is super useful

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 7

And another view.

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 8

And another – just coz I took these pics and they look super cool – if I may say so myself :D

CraftyJC Shaped Mini Birthday Scrapbook 9 


Thanks for stopping by. I think I’ll make a boy version of this as well.

I’d love to hear from you.




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