3 Quirky and Offbeat Diwali Cards

Hello Everyone !!!

My name is Archisha Mukherjee from Kenchi School and I welcome you to the tutorial of making 3 Quirky Diwali cards using some offbeat designs.

But before proceeding any further, let us talk about the November monthly challenge. This month, the challenge is going on as “Glitters / Ethnic” projects. You can take a look below for the details of our monthly challenge.

3 Quirky and Offbeat Diwali Cards 1

To keep the designs unconventional to Diwali, I majorly focused on using colours which did not always resonate with Diwali .

3 Quirky and Offbeat Diwali Cards 2

Rainbow Inspired Diwali Card :

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The stamps used for this card are the Craftangles Diwlai Wishes , Craftangles Happy Diwali and Craftangles Festival Of Lights stamp set for the elements and the sentiment.

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The main inspiration for this card was the rainbow colours. All the fuzzy cut diyas were placed in a circular manner around the rangoli design in the center. The sentiment is gold heat embossed.

Avant-Garde Lakshmi Card :

diwali card

I ventured into using the Craftangles Liquid Watercolurs in the shades Lemon Tart, Poolside and Pumpkin Orange. I created an Abstract design with the watercolours and stamped my Goddess Lakshmi onto it from Craftangles Shubh Labh Stamp Set.

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Another new Craftangles product that i used for this one is the Craftangles Gold Texture Paste. I used the paste with Craftangles Marble Effect Stencil for the card background.

End to End Shaker Jazz-y Diwali Card :

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I had so much fun creating this one. I did have some failed attempts (which meant long hours cleaning glitter off my table) but yet it was fun. I made a blue ombre background with some distress oxide inks and layered some white pigment ink with the Craftangles Round Lace Stencil.

diwali card

For the shaker elements i chose Craftangles Shimmer Silver stars which gives a beautiful holographic effect. I went back to the Craftangles Happy Diwali die set or the perfect sentiment.

Here is a detailed tutorial video on how these Diwali cards were created:

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Hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial

Archisha Mukherjee
Kenchi School


Archisha Mukherjee

A keen observer of all forms of art she truly believes in the magic of handmade creations and it’s power to make people feel special. Aside from crafting, she has a variety of other interests like making travel videos, dancing, watching documentaries/animation movies, lending her voice to cartoon shows and being a true Potterhead.

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