Hello, Pretty Paper Studio turned FIVE this month and we are celebrating via a Blog Hop with some of the best bloggers in town!
I created a handmade gratitude journal keeping the theme in mind. This journal has been on my mind for so long and I finally gave it a try. I used the Coptic stitch binding method to bind the pages together. There is a video on how I made this HERE.
And here is my first doodle in the journal, things I am thankful for in March 2017 :)
All the participating blogs have some amazing projects to share so do not forget to stop by and leave a comment on each one of them.
Make sure you follow Pretty Paper Studio on all social media platforms to be eligible for prize. All links are below along with the participating blogs.
Blog Hop Prize
One winner will be picked randomly and will receive a Silhouette Cameo 3 Electronic Cutting Machine worth AED 1250. Simple. International entries are welcome too! You got to follow all the instructions to stand a chance though – that’s the…
Hello there, hope you are having a fantastic start to the week! Just popping in to share that I am sharing 4 different card ideas using border stamps and how to use them effectively on the Mudra blog today.
So hop on over to the Mudra blog to check out all the 4 cards and details!
Today I am sharing a cute and full of jazz wall art over at the Papericious blog. I love hot air balloons and this little piece is perfect to decorate my daughter's room. Don't forget to check out the complete project with more photos and description of how I created it.
I used the Say Cheese - Lawn Cuts die to create the outside frame using the Papericious Femina Paper Pack. I then colored the images from Lawn Fawn Fairy Friends Stamp Set using watercolors and fussy cut them. Then I assembled all the elements and created this adorable little shaker tag.
I hope you like this project!
Since the winner of the Mudra Blog Hop Giveaway didn't contact me, I am redrawing the winner. The new winner is
Sindhu, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org at the earliest :)
I recently shared these two cards over at the Mudra blog recently and today I have the process video on how I created those cards.
It was a bit of a challenge as the cardstock that I used was super absorbent and made blending colors a nightmare. But I worked around it and thought it would be fun to share how to improvise when you are stuck with a bad choice of supplies that doesn't particularly work well for the technique that you are trying :)
Hello and welcome to our “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!
Hello there, Sorry I disappeared for a while. The house is being renovated and my work area is mostly "homeless" at the moment, not to mention all the dust that I have been breathing :(
But I can't wait for it to be over soon and give you a house tour :)
Anyway, I somehow managed to pull together this beautiful little album which would be perfect as a gift for this Valentines Day using the Papericious newly released Blush Collection.
Head on over to the Papericious Blog and check out the complete album there and don't forget to leave me some love :)
Valentine's Day is exactly a month away and I can already feel the love in the air! And what better way to express your love than writing a heartfelt letter. And then make these letters even more beautiful with these gorgeous letter envelopes.
So here's a little peek at the envelopes that I am sharing at the Papericious blog today.
I hope you like the full reveal of this project :)
Have a great day!
A lot of you ask me how I manage to craft with a very active little one around and what activities we do together.
Starting this year, I will share easy ideas on crafting with kids. These would be activities that will also help improve their fine motor skills. The supplies used will be bare minimum and easily available locally.
Don't forget to assist your child and enjoy crafting with them.
My daughter is 4.5 years old. Please make sure your child is old enough for the activities before you give any of them a try and don't leave them alone with sharp tools like scissors. Stay safe, be happy !