Today we are thrilled to introduce our December Leading Lady, Piali Biswas. Piali has the ability to work on a various of type of projects including cards, multimedia, home decor and scrapbook layouts with flair and excellence. She creates both cute and elegant projects with equal skill. Talk about a versatile artist!
Over the next few Saturdays in Piali will be leading us on a journey of her own design and imagining. Make sure to visit her blog, Touch of Creation, to see more from her and for a chance to win a giveaway!
Give Piali a big round of applause to welcome her as she steps onto the stage for her first performance as our December Leading Lady!
Hello Winnie & Walter Fans!
I'm super excited to be here as the Leading Lady for this month!!!
Thanks you Julie & Shay for this wonderful opportunity!!
I’m from Robbinsville, NJ. I’ve been married to wonderful husband for 18 years and together we’ve two adorable girls of age 14 and 10. I’ve been papercrafting for seven years now. I’m a cardmaker , a stamp addict and a budding scrapbooker. I like to try new techniques and trends for my creations. I have been so fortunate to have my creations published in several Papercrafting magazines and have designed for some wonderful companies.
This is my most favorite crafty time of the year....I love to create holiday projects!
My most favorite things to use for holiday projects are...
GOLD & GLITTER
Today I have few quick & easy glittery gold projects to share with you all.
First comes my fave combo White, Gold & Kraft.
I have used the gorgeous In a Word: Joy Cutaway and Beautiful In Bloom: Elsa's Flora stamp set for this card.
Simply heat embossed the images using WOW Gold Glitter embossing powder, then added the diecut on it.
I love the frosty look ...so used some diamond dust glitter on the JOY diecut.
Ties few jingle bells with jute twine and added few clear sequins!!
I mail a lot of holiday cards so almost flat and postal friendly design is necessary for me.
Here are some CAS postal friendly cards...
Red and Gold looks fabulous together.
Fast & easy card so made a bunch of them!
I used Mini Scenery - Multigrain background to create a tone-on-tone background for my gorgeous gold wreath.
The Gold wreath is from In Bloom- Hollie's Festive Florals stamp set.
Love the sentiment font ...it's from Merry & Bright with Evelin T Designs set.
Next up is some simple watercolor goodness with gold...
I don't have much watercoloring skills, so I like to do color washes.
Sentiment is again from Merry & Bright with Evelin T Designs set. I heat embossed it on watercolor paper using WOW gold glitter EP, then added some distress inks on it for fun & Trendy watercolor look.
This watercolor style is seen all over the blogland...quick & easy to do and NO SPECIAL TALENT OR TRAINING NEEDED.
I used Essentials: Noelle Cutaways to cut out the watercolored panel.
Non-Traditional colors are fun!!!
Gold & Glitter are not only for cards , they work great for gifts & tags!!!
Here is a gift for one of my good friend...
What's in it???
Some fun tags, she can use for her gift packaging.
I got some wooden tags from Target dollar spot and heat embossed one of my most favorite image from this recent W&W release...stag head!!
Its from Comfort + Joy stamp set.
Tags were ready in just five minutes and looks fabulous in real life.
I packed the tags in a frosted pillow box and added a tag on it.
For my tag (on the packaging) I used sentiment from Merry & Bright with Evelin T Designs set, image from In Bloom: Elsa's Flora set.
Added a gold glittery bow to finish off the packaging... Take a Bow Cutaways are AWESOME dies!!!
I used the biggest bow from the die set.
I'm going to give a Decoart gold pen with the tags so my friend write on them.
Hope you all like these projects!
I had a blast creating with these amazing W&W products, I'll see you nest week with few more projects!!
Thanks for stopping by.
So happy to see Piali as a leading lady on your blog. Love her style and all her projects are so elegant. I'm specially in love with the first card. it oozes elegance. Stunning work, as always!ReplyDelete
Love all beautiful creations with the glamour of Gold and glitter! Wooden tag sets are so stylish and love that big bow!!!ReplyDelete
So thrilled to see the wonderful Piali featured on Winnie + Walter! Not only is Piali talented but she is such an awesome friend and has thee hugest heart. All her projects today are incredible.ReplyDelete
Wow! Beautiful inspiration, Piali!! Each one of the project is well thought out and designed! Those wooden tags are awesome! Congrats on your debut here!ReplyDelete
Wow! Ah-mazing first post Piali :) Gorgeous projects and so much gold love each an every one.ReplyDelete
Piali really knows how to gild the lily. These projects are all so gorgeous, I can't decide which I like better...so I'll just say they're all spectacular.ReplyDelete
These are SO amazing, WOW!ReplyDelete
Beautiful colors and wonderful embossing.ReplyDelete
Yay, Piali!! Absolutely, STUNNING projects!! Love!ReplyDelete
Wow! Love all Piali's projects! So beautiful and merry :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards & tags! Absolutely stunning work!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness Piali, what beautiful projects. They are all done to perfection.ReplyDelete
All your cards and tags are lovely. My favorite is the very glittery JOYReplyDelete
Oh I knew I was going to live to regret not adding Elsa's flora to my order!!! Piali - each and every project is incredible!ReplyDelete
These projects are all fabulous!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards! Such pretty details!ReplyDelete
Fabulous projects with all the gold.
SOOOOOOOO love all of these, Piali!!! So happy to know you, you talented lady! <3ReplyDelete
These are so pretty! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
WOW Such gorgeous creation with gold and Especially loved the rainbow colored oneReplyDelete
Wow, such an amazing selection of cards and tags!ReplyDelete
I've fallen woefully behind in leaving comments, and I'm dedicated time to an 'exclusively W&W' gallery walk to catch up! Piali, even though I'm late, I want you to know that your showcases here are classy and elegant! You are, indeed, a Leading Lady in creating magic!ReplyDelete