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Destiny Mini Album
Hello friends,

Today I have a wonderful tutorial to share with you all.Its a mini album,Albums have been always my favorite and i am sure all of us whether we are making or not,do admire these handcrafted beauties. Sometimes people ask me what to make if we don't have prior knowledge or if not much time is there.My answer for all these queries is these sweet wonderful mini albums.

I have made one for today's post.Let me show you a picture of the same.

Ah I am really loving the finish and colors.Here is the list of supplies I have used with instructions followed by.

Supplies used:
1. Cardboard
2.White cardstock
3. Pattern paper
4. Sentiment Tiles
5. Metal charms and chains
6. Mini beads
7. Tacky tape
8. Clear glue
9.Organza ribbon

I took a cardboard and cut it into given dimensions.

After that I took cardstock and marked it to make hinges.

After that folded it fan style so that it looks like this

once this is done I attached it to cardstock,then I started putting pattern papers

The way I have made pages will be clear with the video attached,pls watch and leave feedback.

Sharing more pics of the album pages .

Also attaching few pictures of close ups of front and back with top view of the album.

Attaching the video below.


Hope you enjoyed it.All material is from Craftsneed.

Happy Crafting

Masculine Card Tutorial
Hello Crafters,

Today we have a quick and easy card tutorial for you based on the theme of the month. This is a fun and easy card that you can make utilising your dies and embossing folders.

Here's a look at the card

Supplies used:

  • Nakshatra Designs - Master and Mister Collection 6x6
  • Embossing Folder- Kaisercraft Diamonds
  • Kaisercraft Decorative Rectangle Die- Fancy Frame
  • Spellbinders Matting Basics A Die
  • Sizzix Framelits- Stephanie Bernard Sentiment Collection
  • White Cardstock
  • Vintage Photo Distress Ink
  • Archival Ink Vermillion
  • Scoreboard
  • Foam Tape
You could use any dies and embossing folder that you have.

First, prepare your base. Score a 8"x 12" cardstock at 6" on the 12" side. Fold and this makes your card base.

Next, cut a 6" patterned paper at 5 1/2" . Use another patterned paper at cut 1 1/2" x 5 1/2". Distress the edges of both these pieces using distress ink. 


Emboss the above two pieces using any embossing folder.

Next, using assorted pattern papers, cut different sizes with your dies. 

Once done, play around with your arrangement and begin adhering everything with foam tape. Most paper packs also come with some element sheets. So you can cut out some elements and use them as well to complete your card. 

Hope you enjoyed this easy tutorial! 
Sunila and Aditi

Love U DaD photo frame and tag
Hello everyone,

The theme for this month is Masculine and Fathers Day is also around.Today for your inspiration I have a photo frame and a gift tag.I have tried combining some handmade flowers with sentiment tiles.Let me show you a quick picture of these.

Supplies Used:
1. Handmade photo frame
2. Papericious Sigma Cardstock
3. Papericious Crystal Clear powder
4. Leaf diecuts
5. Pollens
6. Distress Ink
7. Penny Black Stamp
8. Rangers multi medium matte
9. Black Archival ink
10. Sentiment tiles

This time I worked with Papericious sigma cardstock to make these flowers.Coloring has been done with Distress inks.After that added Crystal Clear powder with the help of multi medium matte.I was pretty happy with the outcome.After attaching all this to photo frame,i attached sentiment tiles on the right hand top side.

On the tag,I have done distressing first and stamped the sentiment with Black Archival Ink and added diecut. This one was super quick.

Let me share some close ups of this now.

 Hope you enjoyed it. Don't forget to participate in current ongoing challenge on the blog.All supplies for the project is from Craftsneed.com .

Happy Crafting,

June Challenge- Masculine Project
Hello Crafters,

With a new month, comes a new challenge! This month with Father's Day in perspective, we thought of creating Masculine Projects. You can create anything crafty on the theme of Masculinity.  To make it interesting we have named it as "Bahubali III"

Your creation  could be a card, scrapbook layout, altered art, home decor project, album, tag, and anything that is craft related on the ongoing theme. Do link your entries only if they are craft related. Don't forget to follow the blog! For general guidelines of the challenge click below.

Here is some inspiration by the Design Team Members Sunila and Aditi Mahajan, BhavaniBalji to kickstart this challenge.


They have created this MDF tissue box holder that any man can have in his room or car!
They have used Vintage Cars rice paper and the technique of decoupage to complete this. 

This Handmade clay doll created by Bhavani Balji. Can be an appropriate gift to remember always.

Hope you're inspired and ready to start your project for the challenge!
Looking forward to your creations and happy crafting! 

Tunnel book album
Hello crafty buddies

 I have come up with another paper project, which i have done recently. I really dont know how to name it. So finally i named it as Tunnel book album.  Here i have used Nakshatra Designz pattern paper It's a travel time. Very colourful paper with lots of fussy cut images, beautiful tags.....etc., The paper pack is suitable for any craft projects. 
ok, let me share the cover page of the project.

                                    Front view of the album

Full view of the Album

Left side View 

Here i have created the water fall album both horizontal and vertical.

  Open view of the fall

                                Close up view of the tunnel book

This is my favourite part where i created different modes of travel in a tunnel book form.

                                                   Right side for tags and journals

spaces for more tags and journals....

  I used magnet to make the closure intact

Material used in this album making are

Nakshatra designz pattern paper: http://www.craftsneed.com/its-travel-time-12-x-12
ribbons: http://www.craftsneed.com/ribbons-laces

Here is the You tube video link to view this album in detail...

Hope you all like this tunnel book album . I thoroughlly enjoyed making this album. please leave your lovely comments .

May Challenge Winners
Good Morning Crafters,

Today, we the team of Craftsneed, are happy to announce the winners of our last challenge. 
We received an overwhelming response for our challenge last month and picking three from them was a difficult task. Thank you all for participating! We'd like to also let you know, that some beautiful entries could not be picked because the basic guidelines were not met- the most important one being, following the blog.

Onto the results for the challenge. First our two runner ups:

1. Deepti Aggarwal

Love the clean and simple card and the colouring is fabulous!

2. Pooja Sharma
Lovely mixed media project with all the elements beautifully coming together in the scene.

Now onto our winner:

Mukta Parvatikar Maniar 

Lovely shabby chic card with the supplies used very well. We are in awe of this creation.

Congratulations Deepti, Pooja and Mukta. Do mails us at craftsneed@gmail.com to claim your prizes!

We'll reveal our June challenge in the following week, so watch out:)!

Happy crafting!

Altered Bottle project by GDT Hema
Hi Dearies.....

I have a new altered project to share with you and the supplies used here would be from Crafts Need a place for all our crafty need.  I have used Magnolia and Animal print card stock from DCWV from the store and other crafty supplies.

In today's project I have used a empty box of Jack Daniel.  So let's start the tutorial for the same and alter this box together.Let me share some close ups of the bottle before that.

I have picked two 12x12 scrapbook sheets, which co-ordinate with each other for this project. I picked one animal prints and one plain thick card stock for this project.  I covered the box with pattern paper …...here I wanted make a corset dress form so I measured a inch gap and punched holes and inserted eyelets and fixed it. Later I took a silk twine and inserted into the eyelets and stuck the box.  

 Next I covered the box with plain CS which matches the pattern paper.  I stuck it and gave a fold at the edges and stuck some lace and pearls around and decorated the box.
Now after I finished embellishing I die cut CS and further decorated it....as shown in the pics.
  This is how I decorated the altered box.  Hope you guys liked it and would surely give a try.  This box can be used for gifting as candle box, for artist brushes....ideas are many...and choices too.

Will be joining with you all very soon.
Lots of love and Happy crafting

Quilling Tutorial
Hello everyone,

Today we are on the blog with something different that our usual. We tried our hands on quilling and it was easy using the kits available on the site.

We've made this card and we'll take you through the basic shaping used for this one.

We used the Advanced Quilling Kit from the store and it looks like this.

From the kit, we will be using these tools. 

Cut one of the strips into a half.

Insert one end of the strip into the holding tool, and keep your thumb as a support to hold the point. With the dominant hand rotate the tool towards yourself. With this, the strip starts coiling on the head of the tool.  

Place the coil on the board, depending on the size you want.

Pick it out and add glue to one end, and lightly press the coil to form a tear drop shape. 


We made these of different sizes and colours. Size can be increased by using the full strip and placing it in a bigger circle on the board. 


Next, we used the crimping tool. Run a strip of paper in the tool to achieve the crimped look. We used one such strip for the border of the dress. Then use another strip in a similar way and coil it. While sticking the ends, pinch both ends to form a diamond. 




For the hat, join two strips of paper and coil in the same manner. After setting it, stick one end and pinch it inwards on that side. 



All these can then be arranged on your surface and decorated with stones. We used these to make the clothes of our Prima Doll Stamped Image. We completed the card with some layering and flowers. 

Hope you're inspired to try this craft form!

Sunila & Aditi

Mixed media frame

Hi friends,

Few days back I posted a mixed media project as my Dt inspiration for current May challenge on the blog.I got incredible response for my mixed media project.Lot of people were asking how I have done this.

So today I have a nice tutorial post for you all taking you to a tour of mixed media art.Mixed media art is anything where we combine various techniques in a single frame.Let me show you the frame first and then talk more on this.

For this frame I have a used a cardboard as my base and then have put white acrylic paint to cover as a coat on the cardboard.Once the white acrylic paint has dried I have done decoupage with modpodge and tissues.

Once my decoupage is done and dried ,I used a brick stencil to create a pattern on the cardboard.For this i used Modelling paste by Finnabair.I simply applied this paste on the surface with the help of a painting knife.This paste will dry in next 15 minutes.Be sure to was off this paste from the stencil.

After drying this is how the pattern will look like.

Now I started distressing the whole pattern with the help of distress inks.I have also used sprays by Papericious to give better effect on the pattern background.

Now this is how it looks after drying.

Time to embellish it with chipboard, flowers.metal embellishments and other accessories.I have stuck everything using Glossy accents glue.

Let me share some close ups of the project.

All supplies are from http://www.craftsneed.com/

Hope you enjoyed the making,Happy crafting!!


Mixed Media Tag
Good morning everyone,

Today we're here with some inspiration for you'll. This month the challenge is anything goes and we've created a mixed media tag.

We've used the Papericious products for this one, available at Craftsneed Store.

The new range is so versatile for various projects and especially for mixed media.

 We used the gesso for our base coat; the acrylic dots and spritz for the colour; the chippies, lace, fabric flower for embellishing; and the jute cords for completing the look .

Sigma White Cardstock
Papericious Heavy Gesso White
Papericious Dots Acrylic Paint- Moon Yello and Blue Berry
Papericious Spritz- Baby Pink
Papericious Lace- Butterfly
Papericious Chippies- Hearts 
Papericious Jute Cord
Tim Holtz Stencil Layering Mini Collection- Set 1
Art Basics Crackle Paste White
Mont Marte Modelling Paste
Finnabair Stamp- Vintage Vanity Clear Circles
Prima Forest Leaves Die
Cherry Lynn Die- Flourish 8 and Sakura Flower
Archival Ink Black

Hope you're inspired to create!
All the supplies are available at the store.
Happy Crafting!

Sunila and Aditi

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