March 5, 2017

Mudra First Birthday Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to Mudra's “First Birthday Blog Hop”! 
Yes, Mudra is one year old this month and what an amazing journey it has been so far. And this month, we want to celebrate our big milestone with you because it wouldn’t have been possible without your support. We have so many fun things lined up throughout the month with lots of chances for you to participate and win some cool prizes.
We wanted to start the celebration today by bringing together our amazing design team and few of our friends to share some of their beautiful creations with Mudra products.
We have an amazing line-up of projects that you sure are going to love!

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 ininkz 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 Friday, March 15th at 11:59 PM IST to enter, and the winners will be announced here on Saturday, March 20th.
One additional Goodie Bag to a random participant sponsored by The Craft Shop, Chennai. 
And to sweeten the deal, some of our designers in the hop also have giveaways, so make sure to leave comments on all the blogs for a chance to win!
If you have come from Ekaterina's blog then you are on the right track. You can check out the complete list of participating blogs on the Mudra Blog

Now over to my card for the Blog hop....
I had the idea of this card in mind since a long time, and even tried it once before. But it didn't turn out the way I had envisaged it. Finally, I gave it another try and am totally happy with the outcome.
1. Took a white panel and drew diagonal lines on it with a black marker.
2. Used grid paper to line up and evenly space out the diagonal lines.
3. Took out smaller stamps from various stamp sets and stamped them in a repeated pattern with different colored inks.
4. Heat embossed the cake image on white CS and colored it using Zig markers.
5. Fussy cut the cake and at the same time cut out and an outline image of it with black paper.
6. Popped up the cake image on black outline to create a DIY embellishment.
7. Added some shimmer to the cake with clear Wink of Stella pen.
8. Glued this piece on the stamped panel.
9. Heat embossed the sentiment with gold embossing powder on black CS.
10. Adhered the sentiment on card panel and glued the whole piece on a top folding card base.
Check out the beautiful shimmer and dimension of the cake...
Your next stop on the hop is Kanan Pandya. Here's a little peek into her creation for the blog hop...


I hope you all enjoy the beautiful projects created by our team for the Blog hop. Let's join in the fun lined up on Mudra blog the whole month.

58 comments:

  1. Indira, you nailed the background ! It is just such a clever use of those tiny stamps. Love the card!

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  2. Oh my gosh Indira - that stamped/patterned background you have created!! Amazing! Great card :)

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  3. Fantastic card Indira...The background is awesome...Nice idea to use the black paper to pop the image ..

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  4. I love love love this card :) that background is stunning, goes so well with the birthday cake :) <3 and that shimmer on that cake is fab <3

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  5. That's a lovely card! I like the way you created a patterned bg, can definitely be a pp design :)

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  6. Lovely card & background too!! Cake also look good on lovely backround :)

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  7. Love it, Indira!! Those cute stamped elements on bg adds great touch to card!

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  8. Love the background you have made, I thought it to be a pattern paper at first. Great job!

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  9. wow... love the bacground.. and 3d cake is beautiful
    with love
    Afreen

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  10. Wow lovely background... Cute card

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  11. Wow lovely background love the 3D effect Beautifully made

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  12. Fabulous card and lovely background!!

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  13. Love the background!!! So colourful!!!
    Pratyusha

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  14. Love the pattern with birthday elements and the 3D cake is looking awesome!

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  15. What a wonderful background! I like the result. Postcard looks advantageous.

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  16. Great Idea of the BG grid and use of small stamps..
    Love
    Richa

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  17. Hey that is a brilliant take for small stamps! Lovely idea :)

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  18. Lovely and a colourful card.. I must admit that the shadow it created made me wonder.. how is it done? and wow i learnt a great trick.. Thankyou!

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  19. That background - I thought its a pp.. what a clever way to use those tiny stamps!

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  20. Wow! I love how you created the background, Indira. I thought it was a pattern paper ;)

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  21. Love the background you created,beautiful card

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  22. Wow this is super duper cute.!! i absolutely love the way you have colored the cake :) Keep rocking.!! <3

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  23. Your card screams 'party'. Such a wonderful birthday card! Your stamping looks so precise a d perfect.

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  24. I loved the background ...and the wonky cake !! Fun card :)

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  25. What a awesome background! Love the colorful bg! Happy First birthday to Mudra!

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  26. Pretty little fun card ..this was my first mudra stamp and love coloring this...

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  27. wow what a great idea of stretching small stamps. beautiful card. thank you for sharing tip

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  28. Beautiful background and yummy cake!

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  29. Such a wonderful idea of creating BG...Awesome card

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  30. Your backgeound idea was the best....not to forget the classy fussy cake....In love with your work.....your inspiration to many beginner crafters like me ❤❤❤

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  31. what a fantastic card. Love the cake and gold sentiment.

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  32. Love the background you Ve created.. And the cake looks so cool ❤️

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  33. What a claver use of stamps....loved d background.
    Stunning card!!

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  34. Loved the Background :)
    Fantastic card

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  35. What a fun way to use the small stamps!! Superb card Indira!!

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  36. Its really a cool card. loved the card

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  37. just love the background Indira....awesome card !!

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  38. Such a sweet and shimmering cake..beautiful
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  39. such a pretty card.. love the shimmer on the card

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  40. Lovely card. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  41. Loved the background of tiny stamps and ur yummy cake

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  42. The backdrop is a well thought idea and beautifully executed... colourful and cheerful card for the first year celebrations

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  43. love the idea... and the small stamped images and soo much detail!! lovely

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  44. the background is beautiful. the cake looks yummy

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  45. The background is super cute!
    Thanks <3

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  46. so beautiful card...I just loved loved the background you created by the black marker.... Cheers to the 1st birthday of Mudra !!!

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  47. What a wonderful design, Indira!! Love your stamping and all the happy colors. :-)

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  48. wow...great background....love shimmer on cake

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  49. Stunning Indira... Love it.

    Hugs
    Catherine Joseph

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  50. fabulous background!!! loved every bit of this card... thanks for sharing the tut...

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  51. Wish I could eat the cake. . Yummy card. :)

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  52. Neat and lovely background..awesome card..

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  53. Very smart use of teeny-tiny stamps in the background Indira !!! BG is beautifully complimenting the shimmery cake...❤❤

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Thank you for your lovely comments! They mean a lot to me :)

Cheers,
Indira

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