Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Blog shifted

Posted by Rajni Chawla

Hello, friends...

I am in process of shifting all my blog posts on my newly launched website. Do check all my latest works on my website  www.rajnichawla.com.

Sorry for inconvenience.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Sneak Peek and an announcement...

Posted by Rajni Chawla

Hi, everyone!

Here's few sneak peeks of my latest projects! Do check them out on my website www.rajnichawla.com

Also, this shall be my last post on my blog as from now I will only be using my website to share all contents. It's more advanced and you'll find more clarity in pictures. So if you want to stay updated with my creations, just follow me on my website!


Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Silent Holy Night Card

Posted by Rajni Chawla

Good morning friends and welcome to another Heartfelt Creations Wednesday. We are showcasing Snow Kissed Collection these days. i am sharing a Silent Holy Script Card today.

Products from Heartfelt Creations :
Border Essentials Die HCD1-783
Delightful Daisy Die HCD1-760
Celebrate the Season Die HCD1-7106
Celebrate the Season Cling Stamp Set HCPC-3747
Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag Die HCD1-7108
Frolicking Frosty and Spruce Die HCD1-7107
Frolicking Frosty Cling Stamp Set HCPC-3750
Snow Kissed Paper Collection HCDP1-269
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive 159723
Crystal Ultrafine Transparent Glitter
Double Dots 100pc. -3D Foam Circles DDOTS
Glue Tip Pins PIN6

Other Products: Vintage Photo Distress ink, Smooth white card stock, distressing tool, scoreboard, Zig Clean Clear marker brush markers ( 030 , 034, 031, 033, 060, 065, 061), black archival ink, Library green archival ink, Peeled paint distress ink.

Instructions: The card front measure 6" by 6 ". Cut the designer paper and distress the edges using distress tool. Further distress all the edges with Vintage photo. Layer it on dark color designer sheet and mat them on smooth white cardstock. Create few more layers using the same designer paper and prepare the top fold card base which measures 7" by 7". All the layers are distressed using vintage photo and then glittered using clear glitter with the help of adhesive which dries clear. The frosty snowman is stamped with black archival and coloured using zig markers. The holy night pattern is fussy cut from the designer papers of the same collection. Holy leaves are from Celebrate the Season Cling Stamp Set and cut from its coordinating Celebrate the Season Die. These are first stamped with Library Green archival ink and then colored using peeled paint distress ink. Two snowflakes are cut using Snow Kissed Flakes and Tag Die and layered under Holy script. A die cut from Border Essential Die is also glued randomly, between the layers. The flowers are cut from Delightful Daisy Die. Once all the elements are ready , assemble the card as shown. Also, fussy cut and tie two tags and hang them using twine on the top fold of the card for an extra interest.






Thursday, August 11, 2016

Emma Lou's Birthday Blog Hop

Posted by Rajni Chawla

Hello, all...

Welcome to Emma Lou's birthday Blog Hop!!

Yes, it's Emma Lou's birthday today and she is turning 30. All the present and past Design Team members decided to give her a surprise and tried making it more special and memorable. We are having a big blog hop going on our blogs and also welcome you all to join us along. Come, hop along and be a part of our celebration to wish her a very happy birthday. You can find the complete list of participants of the hop in the end of this post. Remember to leave a comment on as many of our blogs as you can as to win and shop from Heartfelt Creations.
Big thanks to Linda Bontrager, Richard and Liz Walker for helping and making it happen.

Isn't it exciting :)

Here are the pictures of Emma having blast with all her birthday cards and gifts from the team and her birthday cake. 
 So Yummy!!



Wishing you a day as special in every way as you are. Happy Birthday dear. May you continue to love life and never stop dreaming. May beauty and happiness surrounds you not only on this special day but always!! Words are not enough to express my feelings how happy and excited I was while creating this card for your birthday. You've put a smile on my face many times, I hopeI was able to give one in return on your big day. You are sweet, cute kind and a big inspiration to many. Stay same and blessed...always!!

Here is the card that I made especially for her on her birthday. I really enjoyed making it. My card is also a peek to Heartfelt Creation's upcoming release. Again ...its a must have for all flower lovers. Gorgeous papers, beautifully carved stamps and excellent cut of its coordinating dies.

Ema B'day Card (8)

Few close ups now...
Since the card was specially designed for someone more special, I added some extra glitter to wish her sparkly wishes. Believe me, it looks more gorgeous if seen personally.

Ema B'day Card (7)

Ema B'day Card (6)

Ema B'day Card (4)

Ema B'day Card (1)

On with the Blog Hop now..

The hop will last until midnight EST Tuesday 16th August  One commenter will be randomly chosen from a randomly chosen blog, so be sure to visit everyone on the hop and leave a comment. The winner will be announced on Fb on Wednesday 17th August. The winner receives a $25 gift certificate to shop at Heartfelt Creations. To claim they will need to email at  passionforsparkle@gmail.com with "Winner of Emma Lou’s Birthday Blog Hop" in the subject line.The winner of the blog hop will have 72 hours to claim their prize otherwise another name will be a draw.
Here is the blog hop line-up to follow...
Rajni Chawla ( you are here)

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Snowmen Framed Shaker Card

Posted by Rajni Chawla

A very good morning all...

Thanks for dropping by my blog again. Can't imagine, half the year has already gone. Today is the second Wednesday of August and Heartfelt Creations is again back with another stunning Christmas release. Today I have a snowy shaker card to share today.

Bring out the softer side of old man winter in all of your projects with the new “Snow Kissed” Collection by Heartfelt Creations. An exquisite blending of classic winter scenes depicting gentle snowfalls, candle lit windows, countryside sleigh rides mixed with a sprinkling of fun-filled images of frosty snowmen delivers the perfect compilation of winter themed imagery for all of your holiday and chilly season creations.  This newest collection features three cling stamp sets revealing illustrations of towering pine trees and frosty snowmen ideal for creating spectacular winter scenes, a large gift tag perfect for adding that special handmade touch to all of your beautifully wrapped gifts, as well as a wide variety of snowflakes which when paired with the coordinating dies will allow you to build one of a kind dimensional flakes as realistic and individual as those in a gentle snowfall.  The charming paper collection showcases beautiful hues of cozy blues and rich pine greens accented with deep burgundies creating exquisite backdrops to showcase patterns of elegant snowflakes, windswept swirls, playful polka dots and beautiful brocades resembling those found on a cozy handmade quilt.  And, this unique collection brings with it a special surprise…a small gift box die ready to be cut, assembled and embellished, making packaging smaller gifts quick and easy during the busiest time of the year!  So, grab your quilt, cozy on up in your craft room and join us as we bring just a kiss of snow to your craft table….we promise no shoveling required!







Products from Heartfelt Creations:

Other Products used:
Smooth white card stock, Vintage Photo, Stormy Sky and Salty Ocean Distress ink, Library Green, Plum, Garden Petina and black Archival Inks, Zig Clean Clear Markers, Clear Glitter. Acetate Sheet, Tacky tape, Spellbinder's A2 Basic Matting A.
Create a top folding card base measuring 6 1/2" by 7 !/2' using smooth white card stock. Cut designer paper 1/4 th inch shorter than the card base. Distress the edges with distressing tool and ink a little with Vintage Photo Distress ink. Then mat it on the card top. Sprinkle little clear glitter on the edges using the adhesive that dries clear. The trees are from Snow Kissed Spruce Stamp Set and stamped with Plum Archival ink and Library Green Archival inks. Die cut them using its coordinating die. Snowflakes are stamped with Garden Petina Archival ink. Stamp the images from Frolicking Frosty Spruce using black Archival multiple times and paint with Zig Clean Clear Markers. Die cut the images using its coordinating die. Few parts are further fussy cut for layering also. Layer the image using glue dots. The snowman inside the shaker card is one layer only. For shaker front, cut the frame from white cardstock using outer 2 dies of Spellbinder's A2 Basic Matting A Die. Cut a piece using the outer first die of the same die set and create a background using Stormy Sky and Salty Ocean Distress ink. The mountain and valley look is created with hand cut white cardstock by layering both pieces with glue dots. Stick an acetate sheet with red tacky tape from the back of the frame and add all elements. Also, add clear glitter. Now close the shaker card by layering the frame using foam tapes on all the four sides. Place the shaker card on the card frame and layer all the rest elements as shown. Add more glitters for the extra interests. 

Tuesday, August 02, 2016

Merry Christmas Packages

Posted by Rajni Chawla

Good Morning all..

Happy Wednesday again!!
A have a quick CAS card to share today. We all make a bunch of cards every season and that all need a good time. So let's be little simple and easy peasy today.Do stop by the Heartfelt Creations blog for more inspirations by my co-designers.




Products from Heartfelt Creations
HCPC-3748 Gift Wrapped Presents Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-7104 Ornate Sleigh and Presents Die
HCPC-3746 Festive Gate Cling Stamp Set
Color Box chalk Ink Deep Lagoon

Other Products used: Zig Clean Clear Markers, Wink of Stella glitter pen, Archival ink black, smooth white cardstock, A2 Curved Border die. Distress Ink Salty Ocean.

Instructions: Make a top fold card base of 6 " by 5 " using white cardstock of 12 " by 5 ". Stamp the Festive Gate Stamp on the left side of the card using Colorbox Deep Lagoon ink. Also,die cut a piece of same cardstock 2' ' by 5 " using Spellbinder's A2 Curved Border Die. Mat the same with silver mirror sheet.On a separate piece of paper stamp the images from Gift Wrapped Presents Cling Stamp Set using black archival ink. Paint the images using zig clean clear brush markers and die cut using Ornate Sleigh and Presents Die. The embellishments and the gate stamp are lightly highlighted with the clear wink of Stella pen. Once all the elements are ready, simply assemble the card as shown and add a sentiment.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Christmas Sleigh Gift Box

Posted by Rajni Chawla

Good Morning All....

Hope you are all enjoying making Chrismas Cards for the coming season. Here is my another take on Celebrate the Season Collection. I made a Christmas Sleigh Gift box....a perfect gift for chocolates and candies. I m so sorry that I forgot to click the pictures of a side view of the box and the magnetic enclosure I made. I will try to edit the post and will update all the pictures. Thanks for keeping patience. 

Products from Heartfelt Creations:

Other Products Used: Black Archival Ink, Score Board, Cutting Machine, Distress ink Seedless Preserves, Spellbinder's Grand Label 1 die, Red Tacky Tape, White Cardstock

Instructions: For box 5 ½ “ by 5 ½. “ square thick white cardstock. Score at 1”” on all the four sides, which will make a height of the box. Following a simple box tutorial, slit on all four sides and tape the corners using red tacky tape. For the top and bottom layer cut 2 pieces from the smallest spellbinder grand label 1 die from white cardstock and mat them with pattern paper on both sides from the Celebrate the Season Collection. This will increase the strength of both bottom and top. Adhere the bottom piece to the base of the box using tacky tape. For attaching top lid you need a hinge of 1” by 3 ½” scored at ½ “. Stick one side of the hinge to the back of the box and the other side of the hinge to the top lid. Now mat both the sides of the lid with pattern papers. Once the box is ready distress the edges using Seedless Preserves Distress Ink. To give a little frosty look on all the edges I have used Snowflakes paste and glitters. Also, cover all the sides of the inside of the box with pattern paper from the same collection. To decorate the sides of the box, I have used a long strip cut from HC Border Essential die. For the top decoration, cut one piece Sleigh from Ornate Sleigh and gift die from pattern paper and one piece from the white card stock. Also, cut gift boxes using the same die. Fix the base of Sleigh with glue forming an open pocket to hold all gift boxes. Decorate the Sleigh with glitters. Cut a bigger circle from pattern paper using Classic Circle die and decorate it with Arianna lace die.  The flowers are made with vellum using Tropical Hibiscus Cling Stamp Set and cut with Tropical Hibiscus Die. The sentiment is from  Gift Wrapped Presents Cling Stamp and stamped using black Archival Ink. Arrange all the elements as shown and add a ribbon bow for extra interest.