May 23, 2017

Double Tri-Shutter Card - Love Theme

Hi friends, today I am sharing a special fold card with Love theme. It's a Double Tri-shutter card with chalkboard design.

Below is the step by step guide as to how I created this card. This card was part of my DT project at Mudra

1. Made a Double Tri-shutter card using black CS.
2. Decorated it using pattern papers.
3. Then made four 4x3" panels to use as embellishments for the card.
4. Stamped using VersaMark ink and embossed with white embossing powder.
5. Added few elements using Signo White gel pen.
5. Drew borders using the same gel pen around the black embossed pieces.
6. Also stamped few images with Hero Arts Unicorn White ink to make my own custom chalkboard elements/stickers to decorate the smaller panels of the card.
7. Made a shaker element for the front panel using the heart die-cut and Mudra's Sugar Plum and Clear Sequins Mix.
8. Finished off the card by adding all the embellishments, flowers, die-cuts, etc.
9. Added a seam binding ribbon to keep the card shut.

Here are all the detailed pictures of the card...

Here is a video with view of the complete Double Tri Shutter Card

Thanks for visiting my blog!

May 22, 2017

Romantic Music Theme Explosion Box

Hi everyone! Today I have a multi-layered Magic Explosion Box to share with you. The paper pack used here is from DCWV Autumn collection. I have used some metal embellishments and vintage ephemera to give it a vintage feel. 

This is how the box looks when closed.

Cute little metal charms, ephemera and embellishments adorn the lid of the box.

The box has three layers inside with lots of space for journaling and pictures. This is the outermost layer that has space for photos. 

This is the second layer which can also hold more pictures tucked behind the chipboard embellishments. 

The innermost layer has pockets to hold tags that can be used for journaling. It has more space outside for journaling.

In the centre of the explosion box is a miniature wooden piano. I made a mini music book to be placed on top of the piano. Also placed a small bouquet and metal clock charm on it.

May 21, 2017

Birthday Party at McDonalds and a few DIYs

Hello everyone. This is such a delayed post! I am sharing details of my son's 2nd birthday celebrations which was in July 2016. 

We planned the Birthday party at McDonalds and availed their Ronald McDonald Birthday Party Package. Below I am sharing a few DIY projects and the cake that we ordered to match the theme.

A. First DIY - Photo Booth Frame

1. For this project I took a large cardboard box and cut a frame out of it.

2. Then I covered the frame with black chart paper.

3. I bought this readymade HAPPY BIRTHDAY banner from a local party supplies store and cut-off the bits and brads that held the alphabets together, thus separating all the alphabets.

4. I adhered the letters on the top and bottom part of the frame, as in pic below.

5. I also drew the number 2 with red card stock and added it onto the frame. 

6. I added the smiley on the left, which was a part of the birthday banner.

7. The 'Ronald and the gang' images are from the birthday invitation that were given as part of the party package.

8. Lastly I added my son's name with the chipboard letters that I had in my stash. The alphabets were plain white, so I colored them to match the rest of the frame.

The final frame

B. Second DIY - Photo props

1. I made the photo props from the party hats that are given as part of the birthday package by Mc Donald's. Once you sign up for the party package, you are provided with a set of goodies matching the theme that you choose. These include party invitations, hats, table mats, return gifts and hoards of game prizes. 

2. Out of the four characters in the Ronald theme I used up Ronald's cutout in the frame above.

3. I then used the rest of them to make 3 photo props below.

4. Simply cut out the design and stick them on wooden skewers. I also added the 'Ronald and the gang' badge from the party invites.

C. Birthday Cake - In Ronald McDonald theme

I wanted a cake in red and yellow to go with the theme colors. We got one custom made from a home baker.

D. Third DIY - Cake Toppers

1. I made cake toppers from the party invitation cards that were provided to us. 

2. Simply fussy cut the image and stick them on wooden skewers like I did for the photo props.

These are the birthday invitations provided by Mc Donald's. I used a few of them for my DIY projects.

I must say I really liked the party packages that Mc Donald's offers. I have jotted down a few pros for the same...

1. You can choose from an array of available themes like Ronald McDonald, Spongebob, etc.
2. You get matching paraphilia for the party.
3. Standard decor and table set-up. 
4. Party backdrop
5. Mascot appearance as per theme
6. Party host and MC
7. Standard McDo meal packages and custom packages available too
8. You can order their standard cake or get your own
9. They usually have tie-ups with event planners in case you want to setup additional candy tables, etc.
10. They also liaison with some photographers who have various packages and custom photo booth options.
11. The return gifts are nicely packaged in their custom theme boxes.
12. They offer loads of themed goodies as prizes for all the games.

The table set-up....

Mascot appearance....

My son was in love with this mascot and danced so much with him.

If you have queries regarding the DIY's or related to the birthday party at Mc Donald's, please leave a comment below and I shall answer it as soon as possible. 

Thanks a lot for dropping by!!
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