Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Justrite stampers Challenge #102

Posted by Rajni Chawla

Hello !!

I don’t know about you but one of my favorite parts of crafting is collecting fun supplies.Especially stamps and dies. But then these need to be used properly. The day I organized my stamps and dies I was amazed to see my collection. But they were worth nothing if I couldn't use them. Its an year now that I have been into paper craft...watching so many crafters participating in various challenges. Even I wanted the same but lack of time and my health problems did not allow me to do so for long. 

The other day scrolling down my facebook page I visited Justrite stampers and came across their Friday Challenges and promised myself to participate this time. I hardly have few of justrite stamps but tried hard for this Justrite Challenge #102 Color Inspiration.I just loved working with these stamps and wish to add many more to my stamp collection. I came up with these three cards.Here are the pics of the cards with their details.

 Card 1
Have a fabulous day

Supplies used..
Core'dination paper
Spellbinders A2 Bracket Borders One
Joy Craft Rectangle Frame
Justrite Background Stamp Garden Gate
Justrite Celebration Labels One and Bracket One
Sunfluer Kissed Stamp and die set from Heartfelt Creations.
Distress inks.

Look at that sweet butterfly. It is first stamped with Justrite Floral Furnishes Background Stamp and then fussy cut. I made it from the scrap I was left while making another card. Isn't it cool !!

Card 2
You are in my garden of friends

This one is my favorite. It took lots of time . I was totally confused about what paper to use for the center. It led me to an idea of making it on my own. I was having decoupage napkin and I used that to make the center of my card. I did decoupage by adding little glitter to the flowers and die cut with Labels 17.

Other supplies used are :

Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 17 Seventeen.
French doily (Marraine )
Justrite Floral flourishes Backgroud stamp
Justrite Poppies Label Twenty nine set
Spellbinders Imperial Gold set
Spellbinders Timeless Rectangles
Spellbinders elegant label four
Distress inks

Card 3
Planting Love

The poppies are hand painted with distress inks using koi brush.

Supplies used are:
Spellbinders Imperial Gold die set
French pastry doily from Marrainne
Spellbinders adorning Squares
Justrite Floral Flourish Background stamp
Justrite Poppies Label Twenty NIne stamp set.
Distress inks

I would love to  enter all the three cards for Justrite Stampers Challenge #102.

I am entering my first card title "Have a fabulous day" to DCAM cHALLENGE 1 ANYTHING GOES WITH HANDMADE FLOWER

 CMC #26 Summer Blooms/Summer flowers

Crafter's Corner challenge 11...anything goes.


  1. WOW!!! What fantabulous creations !!! Thanx for sharing with us at DCAM Challenges.

  2. BEAUTIFUL cards; I think your first is my FAV with those sweet butterflies!!!

  3. FABULOUS !! What a stunning set of cards. I love how you did the second one, I really want to try to do that technique after seeing this!

  4. FAB! FAB! FAB! love all the creations! Excellent colours!
    Thanks for playing along at DCAM Challenge #1 ANYTHING GOES WITH A HANDMADE FLOWER!
    Good luck!

  5. Wowwww thats super stunning ,love your work ...Thank you for playing along at DCAM Challenges & Best of Luck !

  6. Hi rajni.... Thanks for joining my blog....I've been having a peek at yours- totally AWESOME work.... The gel mediums post was fabulous & congrats on your one year anniversary:):)

  7. Your work is always Amazing Rajni ji ..and these cards are just so beautiful as well ..But I am sorry to say that according to Crafter's Corner challenge blog rules you are allowed only 3 enteries per person and as this is your 4th entry it will have to be disqualified .
    But thank you for playing along with us this month and we hope you join us in our future challenges as well:)

  8. Its ok Hussena....was more excited while making 100th entry at CC blog... anyway thanks for visiting my blog :)


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