Playing with Craftangles Diwali stamps and stencils

Hello!
I am so excited to be playing with my Craftangles DT pack this week!
the ‘Starry Lights’ stencil and the Craftangles coloured Cardstock to make these cards.
For the first card, I have used hero arts neon inks with the Craftangles ‘Starry Lights’ stencil to create the background and to colour the diya. 
I added a gold embossed sentiment on vellum and used Craftangles Aqua cardstock as the cardbase to finish the card. 
Sweet and simple!
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For the second card, I used the same stencil as above but used Tim Holtz ‘Mustard seed’ and ‘Fired Brick’ distress inks to create the background.
I popped up the water coloured and fussy cut family with foam tape, added the sentiment and then used Craftangles ‘Navy Blue’ cardstock to make the card base.

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For my third card, I used a brick embossed card panel onto which I adhered the water coloured and fussy cut lamp. I then gold embossed and stamped the sentiment onto Craftangles ‘Ruby Red’ card stock and used the same card stock to make a card base too.
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I don’t usually use coloured card bases, but I am loving these cards from Craftangles. I have many more colours to play with so stay tuned!!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!
Paru Mahtani

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Paru Mahtani

Based out of Mumbai, India, she is a stay at home mom, a passionate card maker and a photography enthusiast who regularly showcases her work at Kala Ghoda Art Festival in Mumbai

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