You are with Neena Arora on the blog. Today, I am sharing my last project, a large gift bag in the shape of a teapot. It is perfect for gifting teabags, cookies, cupcakes and can make a nice gift hamper.
I drew the teapot on the black cardstock and cut two similar pieces of cardstock and two pieces of pattern paper. I also cut a circle in one piece of teapot cutout for the see-through effect and pasted the acetate sheet. Next, I joined the teapot cutouts by pasting the strip of cardstock in between the teapot cutouts to make it a bag.
Next, I covered the teapot bag with pattern paper. I did the fussy cutting of the circle frame from one of the pattern paper and pasted it on the teapot with a see-through circle.
Then, I added more fussy cuts, ephemera, chipboard and flowers. to finish I adorned it with glitter, pearls and microbeads.
Today on the blog you are with Neena Arora. I am here to share a journal book I created with Little Birdie ‘Woodland Stories’ collection.
I had a mobile case cover since long that was more like a note book. That gave me an idea of using it as a journal folio.
Step by Step process: The size of this case is 7 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
First cover the case with craft card stock. Next, score a piece of 7″ long cardstock at equal intervals of 1/4″ for four pages. Now, give a fan fold to make the hinge. Next, join the 7″ x 5″ cardstock to each hinge.
Next, add some extension to the pages. Paste the pattern paper on the cover and alternately on cardstock pages.
Apply some crackle paste through stencil on the rest of the cardstock page. Next, create a small composition tear paper and paste it. Add a journal tag, banner and ephemeras.
Prime the frame chipboard and sentiment with gesso and sprinkle the glitter for shine. Add ribbon first around the folio for closing the folio. Now paste the doily and frame in the center and create a small composition around the frame with flowers, leaves, buds, twines and fussy cuts and add the sentiment. Dry gesso the flowers.
To finish, adorn the composition with pearls, glitter and sequins.
Today you are with Neena Arora on the blog and today I want to share a summer refreshing fruit and lemonade stand. I have also made a mini album with this stand to store all your summer fun memories.
Firstly, create a box of 4.5”x6.5”x2” measurements with 500gsm chipboard which is open from the left side to keep the album. To create the box, bind the chipboard pieces with cardstock. Once the box is ready paste the chipboard stripes of 10.5”x0.5” measurements on each corner of the box. From where the box is open, paste the chipboard stripes of 4”x0.5” measurements with cardstock binders and then cover the top with chipboard of 4.5”x6.5” measurement. Next cover the structure with pattern papers.
Next, score the cardstock of 6.75”x6” measurements from the centre and fold. Then paste it through the edges on the top of the box to create the shade. Next, cover the same with stripes of two different pattern papers. Once the basic structure is ready add the ephemera of fruits, paper bag, flowers and create a small composition on the bottom corner and top left of the stand. Make banner string with the same pattern paper and hang it on the left corner of the stand.
Make a mini Album of 4.15”x6.15”x1.75” measurements for the box. Adorn the composition with pearls, glitter and sequins.