I am Ishani (Quillish) and I am super excited for my first post as Design team member at Craftangles. Today, I am sharing with you, three cards with the adorable stamps from two stamp sets, People of India and World’s best stamp sets.
My first card is with all the six people from these two stamps and by combining two sentiments from the stamp set From all of us . This set has amazing sentiments, in my opinion, it’s one set we all must have in our stash and the fonts work perfectly for any kind of card.
I stamped the two sentiments in a row..and taddaa.. Isn’t it a perfect card for retirement? Quite a possible gathering in an Indian retirement party, don’t you think?
My second card
is with the Muchaad Tau
( Uncle with Moustache in Hindi) from World’s best stamp set
and he’s up on a Clean and simple card to tell how proud he is of his nephew.
My third card
is a special one and I hope you like it too, because I have stretched the same stamps and tried to give them a different look. I used the first two – the lady and the gentleman from People of India
stamp set and with some masking and free hand drawing I made my Anniversary couple.
I made it a trifold card, with the top fold as a window to pop up the images that are adhered on the middle fold and the last fold for writing personal message. Other than masking, I also used stencils for creating the shirt and the saree for the images and paper pieced it on my images. I used the Craftangle’s Happy day stamp
set for the sentiment.
I’ll just go through how I made my couple. For the lady, I masked her hair bun, blinking eye and the nose ring and inked the image, then before stamping it on the paper I removed my masks. Also, after I coloured her with Copic markers ,
I made a bun quite low on her nape and also made a nose and a similar open eye. I used a dark pink paper and sponged some red ink through Craftangles Geometric flowers stencil
and stamped the saree part on it, fussy cut it and adhered on the lady.
I hope you like my projects. I don’t think similar stamps have yet come up anywhere else and they have this nostalgic feel to them! Don’t they take you back to your childhood? I really enjoyed playing with these. They are so Indian, like common people around us. Hope you are inspired to play with them and if you don’t have them yet, here’s where you can find them, People of India
and World’s best