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Hello friends Rahmat here. I am up with an interesting post today. If you follow me on Instagram you would have seen all the experiments I have been doing with the foils. If not follow me on Instagram at rahmat.ccc to see the sneak peeks before you get to see my real posts.

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Hello!
I have some fun experiments with Craftangles foils for you today!

For the first card,  I used Craftangles 'Geometric bursts' stencil with icraft deco foil transfer gel. Once the gel was dry, I used Craftangles gold foil and a laminator to foil the card. I used a strip of Craftangles vellum to add a gold outline sticker sentiment to finish the card.

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For today's project I worked with the Craftangless Moss-effect Texture paste.
My inspiration, because of the Moss-effect, nature.


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Hi friends!
today I want to share with you my last mixed media project


To start I cutted a tag from a piece of watercolor paper and I chose some elements and colors


Then I made some bubbles stencil with texture paste and art stones natural.


I let it dry well and brushed white gesso to get an effect very white. I glued some little woods and brushed again white gesso,
Then I colored the background with mists


I made some layers of color, then I glued the rest of embellishments and as final touch I made some big spatters with inks.
Here some close ups of my tag:




I used these products:








I hope you enjoyed my project! 
Hugs,
Lisa


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Hello Craftangles,

Fans and Followers! 

Pooja here with my last post as Guest Designer! Special Thanks to Khyati and Craftangles Team for giving me this opportunity to showcase my cards here.
By now you all must have realized how much I love CrafTangles Liquid watercolors and I am always on look out for different techniques to use them .The easiest and most popular technique is emboss resist which I have shared earlier and for my card today I have paired it with Color blocking to get Ombre look!


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Happy Wednesday and Eid Mubarak!

I've scheduled this post as I will be celebrating Eid with my family today.  The CrafTangles challenge for June is Anything Goes so I have picked a favourite stamp set to make a Father's Day card and I have a step by step tutorial below.


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Hello friends Rahmat here, I am up with my inspirations for the June challenge.


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Hello!
I have a few cute mini notecards for you today, which I used making floral cutouts from Craftangles 'Elements packs', stencils and stamps, for the current 
Craftangles 'Anything Goes' challenge.




For the first card, I started with a floral element and leaves from the 
Craftangles Colorful Flowers 4 element pack. I created a background panel using Craftangles 'Ornamental Lace' stencil. I added them all to a 3"x3"mini notecard  along with a birthday sentiment. If you look closely you will see the dew drop sequins adhered to the flower.


For the second card, I fussy cut a floral bouquet element from the 'Craftangles Colourful flowers 6' element pack. I die cut a banner and added a birthday sentiment. I adhered this to a dry embossed panel and then to a 3"x4" mini notecard. I also added some dew drop sequins.


For the third card, I stamped this beautiful flower from the Craftangles 'Everyday Sentiments' stamp set using a very light coloured ink, on watercolour paper. I then did the no line watercolour technique using the Craftangles liquid watercolours. Once dry, I fussy cut the flower and adhered it to the embossed background panel using 3D foam tape. I added a stamped birthday sentiment and adhered the panel to a 3"x4" mini notecard. I added some Craftangles clear sequins to finish the card.

I hope you enjoyed these cards as much as I enjoyed making them.

Thanks so much for stopping by..Have a great day!

Paru Mahtani
Paru's Perceptions



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Hello Artists,

Khyati here, hope you guys are having a good day today. Recently a lot of you wanted a demo on CrafTangles liquid watercolors so I am super excited to share this video of DIY hand painted coasters which I recently made for my home. Hope you like this process -

DIY Handpainted Coasters [Start to End Tutorial] - YouTube

So here is the first look at the coasters -


You do have a video above where you can see the process however I thought I will also add some pointers as below -

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Hello Artists,

We are super excited to announce our next monthly challenge for the month of June is ANYTHING GOES. What's best about our challenge is it's not restricted to using CrafTangles products or any other brand products. You can use any products till the time you are linking back new projects and your projects are our current Theme. However, if you use CrafTangles products that will definitely win you some brownie points when our designers will choose the winners.

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