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Hello everyone..
It’s Avni Jain today , winner of Craftycrappers November challenge#17″ SKETCH”
and it’s an honor for me to be a guest designer for craftyscrappers for this month of December.
I received this fabulous goodie bag from Craftyscrappers as my Win prize.
And with the products that i received in my goodie bag that i won, i have created an Easel Card as an inspiration for you all.


 Since child hood, I was passionate towards crafts.. but one day I was searching something on YouTube and I came across Craftycrappers Youtube Channel,
Craftyscrappers Channel has so many craft videos,which were so inspiring and educational.
Each video has a new idea, a different technique to showcase.
Not to mention, their products. Craftyscrappers is the first company here in India to bring so many versatile crafting products at a pocket friendly cost,
whether they are clear craft stamps, mixed media tools such as shimmer pastes,stencils or shimeer sprays… or scrabooking supplies such as Pattern papers,Die cuts, dies,ribbons, flowers,charms..ets.. they have it all.. and that too are priced economically, keeping in mind crafters need and their capacity to afford those products to create stunning creations.
I have been so impressed by Craftyscrappers products and the videos, that from last three months , I have taken crafts seriously… Not only that, they have a superb Design team, who are so talented in their fields… and their Craft videos/tutorials are so very inspirational and motivating… that has motivated me to come up with new crafty ideas and give life to my creations.

“Thank you Craftycrappers team”
for being the best,
for bringing crafting to a whole new level, for providing versatile and beautiful products in India at an economical rate so that all crafters, whether beginner or experienced can afford and enjoy them with out any hindrance and most importantly, For showcasing crafters handwork and talent with the world.
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As a part of the Guest Design team I have made an easel card for you all as an inspiration using Craftyscrappers new release  “you are so enchanting”.

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This Stamp set is so mesmerizing and unique and is designed by Pritusha Banerjee,
who is an established graphic artist in India.
Craftyscrappers has given a new meaning to the fairytales themes and these designs are the first ones to surface in india, which makes me so very proud.
All of craftyscrappers stamp sets are available in 3 different sizes, keeping in mind the crafters need.
They are available in 4x4inch stamp set size which is perfect for making your own handmade embellishments for craft projects.
The 5x5inch stamp set size is the medium size, used in making A3 cards,envelopes and layouts, and its is the size that i have used to create my make today.
And the 6x6inch Stamp set size, which is the jumbo stamp set size,used for making bigger projects like,using in  8 or 12inch scrapbook layouts,mixed media etc.

Along with Craftyscrappers versatile stencil, ” Victorian”.

Which is a beautiful and high quality stencil,for you to create amazing backgrounds
or highlights on your projects.
These stencils comes in a trendy package and are 6.5×6.5INCH in size,

which makes it easier for you to twist and turn the stencils according to your work surface.You can also customised the size of your stencils with Craftyscrappers, they have a wide range of  mini stencils too…
And the most incredible thing about them is, they are pocket friendly.

Check them out at the store: Craftyscrappers store

And with the stencil, i have also used Craftyscrappers Super shimmery and one of a kind product, “Shimmer pastes”. The shimmer paste that i have used in my creation is called, “Shimmer paste-Splash”
These Add a fabulous layer of shimmer and shine to any craft project , and you can
use stencils with these shimmer paste and create beautiful sparkling details and add the touch of beauty to any card, scrapbook or mixed media.
Can be used on paper, cardboard,chipboard,acetate, wood, glass,mdf,fabric and even on layered stencils.
They are also available in 16 amazing coloring sets, here’s a glimpse of that:

And last but not the least, to add the special touch of shimmer to my creation, i have also added Craftyscrappers Shimmer tape,” Rainbow

These shimmer tapes are used for packaging, crafts, and decor!
​They have a nice feel and are very easy to use.
These shimmer  tapes can be re-used since they are removable and re-positionable.
Lots of colors and styles are available at the craftyscrappers shop to – get creative – and to use them in your craft projects.

Okay so moving on to sharing my inspirations now…
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But before i get into that, let me tell you…
Our challenge for this month of DECEMBER is ongoing.
If you missed our previous post,check it out here…

You can create any project using embossing technique.
This embossing can be in any form,wet or dry,on stamps,through stencils or pastes.
it can be a layout, a journal page, a simple card, interactive cards,
mixed media canvas or project, altered art, anything crafty!

  • Last date of submission is 31st DECEMBER,2017


To win An amazing goodie bag of  rs1500/-
From our store,
(Coupon code will be generated to the winner.)

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So this is my completed EASEL CARD:



An easel card is another fun alternative to the ordinary fold.
It has a built-in easel, so artwork stands beautifully on display. As an added bonus, the card lies flat for ease in mailing.

Here i will show you how you can create a Square easel card, but keeping the measurements in mind, you can create an easel card in any size that you like.



  • Cut one piece of card stock to 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ and one piece to 4 1/4″ x 4 1/4″. The larger piece will serve as the base and the square will become the front.
  • The basic formula for an easel card is to divide the length of your base by two and score.  (This is the mid-point.) Next, divide one side by two and score. (This is the three-quarters point.)
    Place 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ block of card stock on scoring table horizontally. Score at 4 1/4″ and 6 3/8″.
  • Fold along score lines creating a mountain fold at the 4 1/4″ mark and a valley fold at the 6 3/8″ mark.
  • Flip card stock so that the largest panel is face down and the two smaller panels create a mountain fold. Apply double-sided tape to the outer panel.
  • Turn card stock so that adhesive is at the top and remove liner from tape. Adhere 4 1/4″ square to top of base, aligning top and side edges.
  • Decorate as desired. (I used “you are so enchanting” stamp set and Stencil, ” Victorian” with the “Shimmer paste-Splash” for this.
    Be sure to include a border strip,paper embellishment or Shimmer tape like i have used here, which is Craftyscrappers Shimmer tape,” Rainbow” near the bottom edge of the base (i.e. the rainbow strip as can be seen above) as this will help hold the card open for display. The deeper you adhere the “stop,” the taller your card will stand.
  • Then i created the origami air balloon using some scrap paper from my stash.
  • Colored and fuzzy cut the stamp set, you are so enchanting’ and adhered it to the balloon carriage.
  • Added some mulberry flowers from the store, and the card was ready.


Sharing some Close-ups:





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I would also like to share some other variations/measurements to make Easel cards:



  • Cut card stock pieces to 4 1/4″ x 11″ and 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″.
  • Score 4 1/4″ x 11″ piece at 5 1/2″ and 8 1/4″. Fold along score lines.
  • Adhere double-sided tape to top folded edge. Remove liner from tape.
  • Adhere front panel to base, aligning top and side edges. Pull forward to stand in easel position.



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  • Cut one piece of card stock a little wider than your circle die and a little longer than twice the width. This will serve as the base. Score down the center and fold. Cut a second piece of card stock slightly larger than your circle die. This will become the front.
  • Using removable tape, adhere circle die to folded card stock with die edge just above the fold line. Die-cut with die-cutting machine to create folded circle base. Die-cut front circle shape as well.
  • Open folded circle. Fold top circle in half in opposite direction from center fold line. Apply double-sided tape to top half above fold.
  • Remove tape liner and adhere front circle, aligning all edges. Pull top circle forward into easel shape.


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Hope you enjoyed the tutorial, 

Do leave some love and feedback below.
Don’t forget to join our craft challenges (details at beginning of the post)
You can participate via mr.linky (at the end of the challenge post)
or via facebook, instagram and even via email.
(While sharing your creation post over social media 
via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
please use #Craftyscrappers challenge18 to qualify for submission,
failing to do so entry will be disqualified.)

Happy Crafting!



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DIWALI GIFT BOXES:a video tutorial!

Hello everyone!
This is Vani and today, i am  back on the  craftyscrappers blog  with video tutorial as an inspiration post  which is based on sparkle it up theme to inspire you all with the current challenge.
This tutorial is cute and really interesting.i made  these treat/diya/gift  boxes with different techniques, which i will show u one by one in my video tutorial.


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So this is how the DIWALI GIFT BOXES look:


These  tiny boxes can be filled with diyas/gifts or chocolates or you can  put anything in it that you like since Deepawali is coming and these will be an ideal gift u can send to your loved ones.

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Check out the complete Video Tutorial here:

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I hope you will get inspired and participate in our CURRENT CHALLENGE  for this month of October which is still ongoing…
If you missed our previous post,check it out here…

CHALLENGE#16:”Sparkle It Up”

You can create cards, layouts, journal pages, altered art, MDF items, anything crafty and add glamour to your projects in any form, be it foil, glitter, shimmer or anything to sparkle it,to participate…
Last date of submission is 31st Oct 2017.


to win amazing prices!!!

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Hope you’re inspired and liked the video tutorial!
Watch out for more in the coming month and enter your creations through the link at the beginning of the post, that will take you to the challenge entry.

Thank You!


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Hello Everyone,

It’s Priyanka here at Craftyscrappers blog and today
I am going to share a picture tutorial on Tower Box!


I hope you will get inspired and participate in our CURRENT CHALLENGE  for this month of October which is still ongoing…
If you missed our previous post,check it out here…

CHALLENGE#16:”Sparkle It Up”

You can create cards, layouts, journal pages, altered art, MDF items, anything crafty and add glamour to your projects in any form, be it foil, glitter, shimmer or anything to sparkle it,to participate…
Last date of submission is 31st Oct 2017.


to win amazing prices!!!

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It’s a fun gift box and as Diwali is arriving it could be a perfect gift for anyone.
 It can hold 4 items and that too in such a small space!

Here’s a look at the completed Tower Box:


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So let’s begin with the pic-tutorial…


I started with a black thick sheet of paper measuring 12.5 by 6 inches.
Here 0.5 inches (in 12.5) is for securing box so that it could close well, so for further measurements keep this 0.5 aside & all measurements will be done with 12 inches only.


Now score it as shown in the picture below:


Divide 12 inches into 4 parts of 3 inches & 6 inches into 4 parts of 1.5 inches.
White boxes running diagonally is the space to glue smaller paper boxes. In rest of the space glue pattern paper of your choice.

Here is the picture after adhering the pattern papers…



These are the pattern papers i have used…


Pattern papers used here are from “Paper Designer” & “Papericious” these are available at
Now let’s make smaller boxes, for this I picked 4 thick pattern paper sheets of 6 by 6 inches.
Took one and scored it horizontally & vertically as per the measurements shown below


Crease the lines using bone folder or ruler & glue the ends together

Repeat the same for remaining three boxes.



Also prepare the lid using same process but with 6.1 by 6.1 inces, mid section of 3.1 inches & sides of 1.5 inches each.


Now let’s work on the front side of the box…
I glued the pattern paper pieces to it.



Added the sparkling SHIMMER PASTE-SONOMA using
the BRICK STENCIL from Craftyscrappers.

It was so easy to use this small stencil, Craftyscrappers have an option to customize stencil size of your choice, isn’t that great to get as per your requirement.

Here’s how it looks, once shimmer paste applied:




Look at this lovely shade in yellow…totally sparkly!!!



Added some color splatters in blue & black…


Now glued the smaller boxes inside to the main sheet..




Embellish the box as per your choice,
I added this cute stamped image,  to the paper dolly die cut.
This cute mini stamp set “BOUQUET OF HAPPINESS” is also from Craftyscrappers
and  is designed by me 🙂

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Here are some of the close-ups:




This is how it looks once opened:



I have added lots of flowers, laces, pollen’s and rhinestones to the lid.

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I hope you liked the box & enjoyed the post, do give it a try & share your creations with us, and don’t forget to leave some love 🙂
We have an interesting challenge going on, called  Sparkle it Up for October 2017, do join us and share your creations. (Details at the beginning of the post.)
So that’s all for today…..

Happy Crafting!
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Challenge #13 – it’s WINTER… Let’s welcome it warmly!!

Hello Dearies!!

How are you all? I hope you all are doing good and no one has been caught up with cold. 😉 Yeah, winters are here, so crafting gets better or slower? It’s a bit slow for me.. 😛 But my talented team never lets it go slow! So, here we are with another challenge for this month. Any guess? Yes, you guessed it right. It’s winter theme but with a twist. Here is a photograph which should be used as an inspiration in your creations. It can be anything… the color, the background, the little elements and anything you can pick. 🙂 Sounds interesting? have a look:


To inspire you, we have creative creations of our very own DT members. Let’s have a look at what they have cooked up to serve to you! 🙂

Our wonderful sponsor for this challenge is:

Oh wait! Let me tell you what you can get if you win the challenge:

You could be the lucky winner to win  amazing prizes from our CRAFTYSCRAPPERS SHOP

FIRST WINNER: a clear stamp set along with craft goodies.
SECOND WINNER: assorted craft goodies

Now, without a wait, look at these amazing creations:

Tina Gupta: Inspired by the color scheme and the beautiful snowflakes, Tina came up with this cute card.

Nandini Karmakar was inspired by the beautiful background colors and the snowflake and brought out so gracefully.


Mrunmayi Dani, inspired by the beautiful last picture. See how beautifully she crafted it.

Rutuja Paranjape created this gorgeous card saying HELLO to winters in a cozy red manner. 🙂

This red beauty inspired by the snowflakes and the color has been created by Kriti Mishra


Anuradha Sonthalia created this gorgeous and soothing card.


Gorgeously decorated, color inspired altered clock by Priyanka Thukral.


Elegant creation by Bhavna Khanna


Blue and snowy card by me – Rupali Goyal. I was inspired by the snowflakes and the colors.

Hope you all liked the inspirations from our Creative Design Team members…🙂
Do join us in our challenge!
Don’t forget, there is a maximum of 3 entries per person and it needs to be new work (so created and posted after this challenge has started).

Have fun with our challenge for which the entries close on 15th of December, 2016 and good luck!

(NOTE:If you don’t see Mr.Linky below, please refresh your page, your browser may not have fully loaded this page.)
If you still have trouble adding your creations for the challenge,kindly drop your creation links/blog links/facebook page link/pictures at and we will manually add them for you.
And if you want to participate via facebook, you may post your creations over our facebook group:

Thank You!

Rupali & Craftyscrappers Team 🙂