Saturday, November 28, 2015

November Leading Lady Isha Gupta | Take Four


We are sad to have reached our last Saturday with our brilliant November Leading Lady, Isha Gupta.  These four weeks with Isha have been a revelation.  We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to you, Isha, for the glorious inspiration, awesome scope and excellence delivered with each of your performances.  It has been a true honor to have you as our leading lady.  

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 and her triumphant third performance with incredible home decor projects...CLICK HERE.  

Lucky for us all we have her final command performance today.

Hello Winnie&Walter fans! I am back again with the part 4 of my leading lady post. As they say time just flies by when we are having a good time :) It's exactly how I felt while creating for these posts. I want to thank Julie and Shay once again for having me here on the blog.

Today is my last post and even-though I feel sad, I am happy as these awesome products really helped me stretch my creativity. I hope you enjoyed as much as I did creating.

Now to today's post. I had a hard time thinking about the theme as there are still so many ideas floating First I thought about quick and simple CAS cards but then I looked at the AWESOME stencils and decided to keep my theme around them. I tried to do various techniques on each card. Some of the photos are not as great cos we are having very dull weather these days.

Let's start with this first card. I used "In a Word: Joy Cutaway and Scenery: Madison Creative Screenings". As we all know doodling and Zen-tangle is a hot trend at the moment. I used the stencil to create Zen-tangle pattern. Love how wonderful this stencil is. Then I die-cut the big bold Joy word and stacked it using pink cardstock. I applied glossy accent over the word"JOY".

For the card 2, I used " Essentials: Katharine Cutaways, Scenery: Into the Woods Creative Screenings and Happiest of Holidays by Evelin T Designs stamp set". This was so much fun to create :)

Card 3 was the most difficult to photograph as I used the iridescent creative medium and all the fine shimmer was difficult to capture. I used " Essentials: Katharine Cutaways, In a Word: Merry Cutaway, Scenery: Do You See What I See? Creative Screenings and Comfort + Joy Stamp Set"

For my last card I used "Scenery: The Leaf Effect Creative Screenings, Mini Scenery: Multigrain and In Bloom: Elsa's Flora stamp sets". Love how wonderful no-line copic coloring looks on these beautiful blooms.

I have more information about the other supplies and how I created the cards and not to FORGET the "Gift Code" by Winnie&Walter, on my blog :) Thank you for dropping by! 



  1. All of these cards are so wonderfully creative and inspiring, WOW!!!!!

  2. Wow!! Isha you rock!! All those backgrounds are amazing! Lov that neon look!

  3. Beautiful stenciled backgrounds, stunning! I really love the irridescent one! Your cards are so beautiful.

  4. Such gorgeous line up of cards the no line comic coloring on your last card and the way you have created stunning backgrounds in each of your card ♥️

  5. Love the cards. the blue bird with the house is so restful and pretty.
    the merry card almost looks like a stained glass window.
    And the poinsettia is wonderful.
    thanks for sharing some great cards.

  6. WOW wow WOW
    WONDERFUL cards Isha!!!
    I have to confess, I haven't used my stencils as much as I should, so I really appreciate ALL the techniques you have shared, feeling EXCITED, especially for adding COOL Zentangles!!!

  7. super WOW! Isha has been such an inspiration!

  8. I really need to get back to more stenciling.

  9. Isha, I'm blown away with your stunning creativity with the stencils! Inspired and innovative! My stencils need much more TLC!

  10. Simply beautiful cards Isha - LOVE!!!!!

  11. Totally gorgeous! I love each and every one, Isha! You did a brilliant job!


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