Today, I am joining Mudra Stamps for their first birthday blog hop! I was, I think their first Guest DT. You can check the post HERE. It's been one year and they have consistently given excellent releases every month. The DT team is super talented who inspire us with their beautiful creations. It is a privilege to be here. There are so many things lined up for a month long celebration with lots of chances for you to participate and win some cool prizes. Check the amazing line-up of projects that you sure are going to love!
- Follow Mudra Blog
- Like Mudra Facebook Page
- Follow us on Instagram
- Subscribe to your Youtube
- Visit all the designer's blog hop post and leave them some love.
- After finishing the blog hop, add your name in the inlinkz in Mudra Blog Hop Post.
-To celebrate, Mudra is giving away a beautiful pack of crafting supplies from Mudra to 1 WINNER, selected from the comments across all of the blogs in the hop. You have until Wednesday,March 15th at 11:59 PM IST to enter, and the winners will be announced here on Monday, March 20th.
-One Additional Goodie Bag to a random participant sponsored by The Craft Shop, Chennai.
And to sweeten the deal, some of designers in the hop also have giveaways, so make sure to leave comments on all the blogs for a chance to win!
Now it is my time to share my creation with you. I am using their Leaves, Purely Labeled Sentiments and Simply Alphas. For the first card, I have stamped Leaves with archival ink and used Peerless water colors to add dab of colors. Sentiment is from Purely Labeled Sentiments .
For the second card, I uses same leaves and embossed in white on some grey cs. Added some velum flowers and clear gemstones. I created this sentiment from the Alpha stamp set.
Needless to say I love the quality of their stamps crisp details and they love my inks...:)
Your next stop in the hop is Rhizwana Fathima .
I had fun making these cards. I hope you are enjoying the hop too. Thank you so much for visiting my blog. Thank you team Mudra for the opportunity to be part of the celebration. I wish them many more years of awesome creativity!