Saturday, 26 July 2014

You are awesome

Hello people,

My first creative post as a DT for Kraftzone.. :D Feels good.. I hope everyone is gearing up for the weekend.. I have the next few weekends booked for social commitments.. The dilemma of married life.. You are expected to go everywhere...

We have a very easy challenge for you to use pattern paper, image and embellishment going by 1-2-3.. You can interpret it anyway you like but the 3 elements need to be present..

I am going through a CAS phase so most of my cards are more simple yet they screw your head when you sit and make it.

I am used a simple sunburst technique on my card.. This is one of my favourite techniques to use when I have a lot of pattern paper scraps left on me and I hate wasting pattern paper..




I cut 1.5" pattern paper strips and cut it diagonally.. Placed them as I wanted to on my card and then continued to make it more balanced.. There are many ways you can do the sunburst technique on your card.. It depends on what kind of plan you have in mind for the final outcome of your card...


This is how my card looks.. I actually love the colour combination of the card.. I had started off with a different combination in mind and the end result is quite different and yet I am very happy about it..

All supplies used can be bought from Kraftzone.. If not available on the website you can always place a pre-order for the same...

Hope to have you join us for this challenge.. You can check all the details here.

Thanks so much for joining us.. I will catch up with you guys again.. Have a fantastic weekend..


Hugs,
Khushboo

8 comments:

  1. Lovely Card Khushboo :) I really like the sunburst design

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  2. I first heard about sunburst from you Khush and it was lovely to see you share it again in a different style!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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    1. Thanks doc.. I hate wasting paper hence try using up my scraps however I can..

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  3. Beautiful card Khushboo. And I love your idea of putting scrap PPs to use. Great work!

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