Saturday, November 21, 2015

November Leading Lady Isha Gupta | Take Three

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Our November Leading Lady, Isha Gupta returns for her triumphant third performance!  If you missed her smashing debut you must see it...CLICK HERE or to see her sensational second performance focusing upon glorious gift ensembles...CLICK HERE.  Isha certainly proves her incredible versatility and depth of crafting skill and artistry today!

Without further ado, Isha....

Hello Winnie and Walter fans!! I am back with the Week 3 of my posts :) I am enjoying the products so much and these are so versatile that I am motivated to try new things :)

So, today's post is all about Home Decor. I made a simple hoop, a banner out of my patterned paper scraps (perfect way to use those tiny bit) and then I tried a silk painting all by myself. I am so glad to do that and now need some practice to get better....see you don't only have to make cards or papercraft projects with these AWESOME supplies...lol



For my 2nd. project I tried some silk painting. I bought this silk frame and used In Bloom: Addie's Garden Stamp set. These tulips are so pretty that I had to use them (a change from Christmas projects)


Now for my last project I am back to my Holiday decor and made a banner. The most Awesome thing is, that the digital cut files which comes with the stamps made it so easy to cut all those pieces using my Cameo. After I had all my pieces ready it was so quick :) I could also use so many of my scraps of patterned papers to cut various tags :)



I hope you enjoyed and got inspired by today's projects. There is more information on my blog about the inks I used etc.

I also want to mention, Winnie&Walter are generously giving away a gift card for my readers. I have the information on my blog about it. Thank you Julie and Shay :)


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14 comments:

  1. WOW! Isha is amazing...love all her projects!

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  2. Love the projects...Truly versatile and awesome ones!!

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  3. Darling projects. Love the embroidery hoop design.
    The little banner is so cute. Fun to use the clothespins to hold
    the pieces.
    The silk piece is wonderful - welcome the break from Christmas.
    thanks for sharing.

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  4. Gorgeous creations! Love that awesome set of tags!

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  5. Wow Isha you have blown me away with your awesome creativity.:) Love absolutely everything you made. Great post.
    Kate xx

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  6. These projects are WOW!!!!!!!! Stunning hoop art and silk! Those tags are just gorgeous!

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  7. All of these projects are amazing. The silk painting is so neat. I haven't seen that in years. ♥

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  8. FABULOUS projects and EXCITING techniques Isha, SO MUCH to LOVE in each peice!!!
    I've been thinking about doing a hoop, have only tried my hand stamping ribbon, never fabric and definitely not on a large scale like yours, great idea to incorporate the paper pieces, they add wonderful dimension and texture!!!
    What inks did you use for the silk frame? I imagine it would have been quite delicate and difficult to not have the colours bleed, so I'm impressed with how clear the tulip images are and how pretty the shading is.
    While I might not be adventurous enough to try my hand with fabrics at the moment, I am excited at trying your banner design, layering lots of die cuts and fussy cuts :)
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

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    1. Hi Tracy, I used Imagine Crafts All Purpose inks for the silk painting. There are special silk paints out there too but I didn't have them :) Hope this helps.

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  9. Absolutely fabulous Home decor projects ...Especially in love with your loop ...what a fantastic idea ...Thank you so much for the inspiration

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  10. Wonderful ideas for home decor.

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  11. Isha...your abundant creativity is breath-taking! I'm especially smitten with the tags and crushing over everything else! Feeling inspired!
    ~c

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