Wednesday, 26 October 2016


Hello Everyone and very warm Good Morning!!

My favourite season of the year is already here with all the festivities and warmness :)

On this auspicious festival of lights,
May the glow of joy,
Prosperity and happiness
Illuminate you life and and your home.
Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali

Today I am going to share with you all more about SOSPESO TRANSPARANTE, In this post I am going to talk about SOSPESO PAPER VEIL. In my last post I have talked about the BASICS OF SOSPESO PRINTED FILMS , If you are a beginner and would like to try Sospeso for the first time then you can read all about basics here.

Sospeso paper veil is printed images on air light weight paper (special papers). You need to paste these veils on special transparent (plastic) sheets first before you make your gorgeous flowers.

Working with Sospeso plastic films is easy, where you just have to fussy cut the images- heat - and emboss to make your flowers. Its absolutely easy and perfect for beginners.

Coming over to Veils, its little tricky and time taking process, but the time involved is absolutely worth it. Sospeso paper veils are economic as compared to plastic sheets and are perfect for big projects or large quantity of flowers. 

Material Required - 
1- Sospeso paper veil
2- Glue- special sospeso transparente glue 
3- Special sospeso plastic films 
4- Embossing pad and tools 
5- Candle 
6- container and water 

In the above picture you can see I have used Hibiscus paper veil. You can either paste the entire veil on the the special plastic film or you can roughly cut each pattern from veil and paste them individually on the plastic films.
I have tried both the ways .... 

In order to paste these veils on plastic films you will be needing special sospeso transparente glue. Mix equal amount of water and glue in a container and paste the veils with a help of brush.
Since the plastic veil is so thin you got be extra cautious while pasting 

On which side to apply Glue ????
In the picture you can see I have tried both the ways of pasting the veils on plastic film. Top most picture I have pasted the entire veil on plastic films, but somehow there are some wrinkle on the sheets.
Then I tried the long way, I roughly cut the designs and pasted each one of them on the plastic films.

If you noticed, I have pasted veil design pattern facing up while roughly cut images are pasted upside down. Both ways create gorgeous results.

Veils pasted design facing downwards creates Porcelain effect because its glossy and  designs facing upwards where veil back is pasted to the film creates Matte effect.

The cutouts on the left hand side are the matte ones where the plastic is beneath and cutouts on the right hand side are the one procelain where the plastic film is above the design.
I have fussy cut both the sets. It somehow takes lot of time for procelain effect as you need to double cut the flowers one roughly for pasting and secondly final cutting right from the edge.

Once we have all our cutouts ready, Its time for embossing and shaping the flowers. Now the process is similar to that of Printed films, you can check the video how I have embossed the flowers 

While embossing the veils you must take care while at the time of heating, only that area is to be heated where the plastic films is. Don't heat the paper veils else they will catch fire.

Finally with all the time and effort the gorgeous flowers are ready. You can easily spot the difference between the two sets of matte and procelain.

It's time to assemble these beauties :)

 Since the Matte effect gives the normal look to flowers that of simple paper flowers, I have decided to add some distress dry glitter with sospeso glue.
I have added these flowers to this bird cage candle stand. It just perfectly enhances the beauty and looks perfect against the black color.

Happy diwali :)
Haave added candle to it and its just looking perfect.

Further have tried my hands on some basic jewellery pieces like a ring and neck piece. 

The flower used in the jewellery and frame is procelain effect one's,

I hope I am able to inspire you all, Do try your hands on this gorgeous art of SOSPESO.
You can shop all the supplies at Crafters Corner store

Material Used:
Sospeso embossing tool and pad
Crystal fillers
Hibiscus paper veil

Have a nice day

Monday, 24 October 2016

Burlap- Lace-Cork Prima Doll Card

Hello Everyone..A very goodmorning..
First of all I want to thank you all for your over whelming response on my first post.
Summer is almost gone and this inceptive weather is soon going to welcome "Delhi Ki Sardi"and I am eagerly waiting for it mostly like many Delhiites..
So with this lovely and pleasant morning, I have this lovely card made with the twist of Burlap- Lace- Cork.
I will be going to present a series of post using Burlap-Lace-Cork and in this row, this is my second post.
I am so excited to share some pics and later moving on to the tutorial..

After my first post, I thought what next can be done with something like Burlap and cork..I really was digging up my mind to get some innovation using these products.
So many things were rolling in my head..Parallely I was also in process of re-organizing my craft room, so while doing that, I came across my Prima Doll stamp which was kept packed since I bought it.. And it took me a moment to decide what will be my next project...This is my first try with Prima doll..Oh How I love the way it came out...I gave a little twist by dressing the Candie doll in burlap lace and cork,
So moving on, here I present the video tutorial,
Along with the product list at the end of the post, I have also added the images and mentioned the CRAFT PRODUCT USED in video along with its model number so making it easy for you to search on Crafters Corner's website.
Product List:
I have listed down the materials with direct link to the go and grab it..
I hope you all have enjoyed watching it ...and stay tuned for some more burlap and lace projects I will be coming up with...
Till then enjoy and wishing you all a very safe and Happy Diwali!! 

Love & Hugs!

Saturday, 22 October 2016


Hello Everybody! What a week!!! Hope you all are enjoying the fantastic posts by my fellow DT's they are doing a fab job!
I did want to take a quick second and thank all of you who left so many, many awesome comments on my last blog post
Today I am here to share a very everlasting dreamy whimsical project for you all!

The festival season going on us, I thought I would share this fun and easy to make doll house room box for gift giving to your little ones... When Shalini ask me to make a gift, my mind went immediately to this. And i challenged myself to make this.
I pretty much stuck in making this. I finally finished Yahooo. It was a blast to design and create!!  

Top view of my box
I decorate 3 sides of box, in that one side can keep photo

For more about this box, see the video here.  

These are the paper which i used to decorate outer of my box.

Here is some tutorial pic of gift box
1. Neutral Mount Board is best for 3D boxes.. You can create any size of box

2. I use masking tape on the edges. For making this box, need two layer of chipboard sheet

 3. First base i simply wrap with normal gift paper. This is the top portion, and glue the 2nd base on top of this sheet

 4. I Glued 2 bases together

 5. I joined the sides of my box ( chipboard sheet ) with Dupont Tyvak paper. Stick the side walls on the first base

 5. Add magnet on side of chipboard with masking tape

 6. Top cover, just like how we create in explosion box, But here not only paper . You can see the chipboard on my pic. And make sure that the cover fits correctly over the walls of the box

7. Arranging Ribbon, i choose two soft colors

 8. Simply glued with glue gun

Now its come inside part

9. Main products are Craft and you new born baby paper collection and MDF dining room furniture 
For finishing touch i add this white paper on center of wall

This is the way we getting furniture. 

 2 sheets of MDF furniture

 10. Use sand paper on edges to get smooth effect

11. To start with I have applied Gesso to all the piece of both sheet and joined with glue gun.

13 For Dining table and chair i choose soft pink shade ( mixing gesso with Prima marketing Lipstick mica powder )

12. Curtains are made by gold coin cover with lolly pop stick
I choose violet color
13. Arranging flowers and pot

14. Filling glitters on glass bottle

Here is some more close ups

 15. I already shared, how i'm making stand in my last post, or if you want the details check here Miniature-dresser-room
 This little ted with basket, it was a cute keychain
And i'm just tried with does it come. Lol, flames never come in miniature way

I really love these mini's and all it's incredible goodness! The papers i used are simply outstanding. soft color touch, I love working with them.

That's it for today

Once again, Here's to a Wonderful Healthy Happy crafting to you all!!!  
Thanks for the interest in my pattern! Y'all Rock!  

Supplies used