Hi all. I’m thoroughly enjoying my summer. Right now am in India and its very hot here.So today I’m back with another challenge from CAS-ual Fridays. If you have already guessed, this month’s challenge is about summer. You gotta make a project using some tan, white and just one other bright colour. Below is my take on the challenge.
Hi all. It’s going to be an exciting challenge at CAS-ual Fridays this month. Wondering why? Since, CAS-ual Fridays is celebrating its 4th birthday this month. Yaaaay!!
So this month’s challenge is totally about celebrating Casual Fridays. For this challenge, you must make a birthday themed project using only 4 colours – Orange, Turquoise, Black and White.
Here is my take on the challenge.
Hi all. Today I’m back with our next challenge for the month @ CAS-ual Friday’s Challenge. This month’s challenge requires you to make a project with the following elements on it – Kraft + Flowers + Twine.
Hi all. This week’s CASE this sketch challenge seemed quite interesting. I knew what to make the moment I saw it. Below is my take on the sketch.
Hi. Today I’m sharing with you all, another important tutorial which has made my life much easier – ‘REFERENCE BINDER’. This binder was created to address the following main problems.
- All the paper printouts, tip sheets, sketches and other reference material, which is often used for crafting but not organized.
- Keep a track of all the growing stash and maintain a reference of the following
Hi all. Wish you all a very Happy Holi – the festival of colours.
Hi all. Hope you have had fun with water colours in the last challenge. I’m excited about spring and if you are too, then you will love this month’s challenge at CFC. This month’s challenge requires you to make a card in musical theme using spring colours. Below is my take on the challenge. I’m still up with valentine’s hangover I guess 😉
Hi all. Hope you have had fun with the first challenge from Cas-ual Fridays, 2015. You will surely love this challenge as well 🙂 This month’s challenge requires you to make a card using Water Colours. Simple and exciting. Got your colour palletes up already? Below is my take on the challenge.
Hi all. Colour swatches are a must have for an artist. You do not want to pull out all the stamp pads and keep trying all the shades and tones of a colour, until you find the desired colour for your project. Labels on the stamp pads can be deceiving at times, as the actual ink on paper may actually turn out to be dark or lighter than the label on stamp pad.
One way to get a colour swatch is to download and print those that the manufacturers sell. But again, you do not want to buy all the swatches from all the manufacturers, though you may own only half of all those colours. Also these colour swatches keep getting updated with time.
So I created by own colour swatch to address all the above issues. A simple but very functional cute little swatch.