Star-fold Card

Saturday, 5 October 2013

Hello everyone!
Hope you all are doing great! It's been about 10 days since I posted something new. The feeling of creating something lovely and sharing it with everyone to see is something I cannot explain in words.I am sure my fellow crafters would understand it. But sometimes I have to wait for a while to get this feeling, thanks to my 2-year old darling who's the center of my world and enjoys a good chunk of her mamma's time :) Most of the fellow crafters I know are mothers and some of them are working too,still they manage to come up with superb creations always. Hats off to them for this beautiful balancing act. I wish I learn to juggle like that :)

Okay, so today I'm happy because I've managed to complete a project and ready to share...yayy. It's a star-fold card and I got inspired by a card I saw on pinterest sometime back. I found it quite unique and wanted to try my hand at it. And I'm happy with the result. Here are the pics:


Star-fold card when closed

Star-fold card when opened
I did my first online craft shopping from Itsy bitsy and was excited to use the awesome supplies I got:
Materials I used:
patterned papers-the girl stack-Itsy bitsy
Butterfly punch- Itsy bitsy
4mm quilling strips-Itsy bitsy
3mm quilling strips and quilling tool-Local store
Pearls-local store
card stock-local store
permanent marker-local store

Quilled roses and sprig
The roses are made using 4mm quilling strips and quilling tool with the help of a tutorial I found on Inna's blog here.
The sprig of leaves was made using 3mm quilling strips and a comb with the help of a technique I learnt here.

Sentiment is handwritten with the help of black permanent  marker. Butterflies are punched-out.


Handwritten sentiment and punched-out butterflies

star-fold card
Do leave your suggestions or comments. I would really appreciate that.:)

Have a fabulous weekend!

Linking it to:
itsy bitsy-prettty with p- I've used everything-patterned paper, pink, posies, pearls
CAS on sunday-shape it up= Star-fold triangular card

20 comments:

  1. my God this is really good yaar!! awesome!! cannot think of words to express my feelings... great job there jasleen. all the best.

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  2. Wow.... First time seeing such a card, soo beautiful. Neat work

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  3. This is wonderful, thanks so much for sharing your wonderful creation with us at Artistic Inspirations xx

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  4. Thank you for joining us at Artistic Inspirations with our one layer/anything goes challenge, great image and colour hugs txx (DT)

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  5. This is so cool!!! I love the intricate folds and shaped leaves and flowers. Awesome design! Thanks for joining us at CAS on Sunday!

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  6. Hi Jasleen!
    Congrats on your win @ Catchy challenges. Your envelope was simply great. Lovely quilling. Even this star fold card looks great! Lovely quilling again. I truly agree with whatever you've said as a young mother to a very active toddler :) I can understand as I'm also sailing the same boat :) Nice to meet you here :)
    Sarah

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  7. Hi Sarah. Thanks for your sweet words. :)
    So you are a mommy too? Hi5.. I'm sure you can understand my predicament then..:)

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  8. Such a bright colorful and cheerful creation. Love the pretty way you have embellished it
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts School Projects

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  9. Beautiful! Great take on the challenge!
    Thanks for taking part in the CAS on Sunday challenge!

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  10. Very beautiful love the colors and the elements. Thanks for joining us over at CAS on sunday.

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  11. Wow so interesting and vibrant! Thanks so much for playing along ItsyBitsy's Pretty P Challenge. Voting is now open until the 15th of October. We will be choosing our winners with the help of audience votes. All the very best!
    ItsyBitsy - The Blog Place

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