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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Jane's Doodles blog hop June' 22

 Hello Friends,

New stamp sets, In the garden and I dig you,  at Jane's doodles is all about gardening. I am a hardcore gardener. I have a huge garden space. Mostly they are decorative plants, medicinal trees and few fruit trees. Lately I have started growing vegetables too so I can relate to these sets very well.










 

I have used In the garden set for both the projects.






Yes, they are not cards...:) 
First one is a plaque painted on a wood slice. I, first painted the slice with 2 coats of jesso and 2 coats of white chalk paint. This helps in sealing and smoothing out the  surface as well which allows better stamping. I stamped the image with archival ink and colored it using inktense water color pencils which are permeant after drying. The big leaves in the sides is stamped with memento luxe pigment ink for permanency!  


Second one is a small canvas mounted on a wooden base. It was easy to work on this one because the surface is even.


Here also i used archival ink for stamping and inktense pencils for coloring. sky is done with acrylic paints. 

I love when I can use my card making supply for diy home décor. 

I hope you like the way i used the stamps. Trick is selecting proper stamping ink and coloring medium. 

Let's start hopping to see what other designers have made. Leave comment on each stop to enter to win a stamp set/die or stencil  of your choice. 

There is also 35% off through Sunday!(no code needed)

Order of the hop
Neha ---  YOU are here 

That is all for today! Thank you for being here!













 





 

22 comments:

  1. What a fantastic idea! Perfect stamping and beautiful coloring! I love them!

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  2. Adorable projects!

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  3. Cute cards

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  4. Always nice to see projects other than cards. Wonderful job. I also love your luscious garden.... I would like to have a green thumb but sadly not so talented!

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  5. Adorable creations. I love the garden theme.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Such amazing garden you have! Mine isn't so beautiful and full of interesting plants, but I love gardening so much and have a lot of vegetables that are growing :)
    You made two fabulous projects with the new stamps, and thanks for the tips about the wood plaque!

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    1. Forgot to ask you what are the two trees in the last two photos, I have never seen them!

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    2. Thank you Alice for kind words! After crafting, gardening is my favourite hobby! The first one with brown fruit is Sapodilla. Second one, we call it kokum… couldn’t find the English name but it is of Indian gooseberry family tree!

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  7. Mary Holshouser
    the canvas is gorgeous.
    Both pieces have wonderful
    coloring. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  8. These are amazing! I love that we can use our cardmaking supplies for more than just cards!

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  9. Fabulous creations. Love how you used your supplies!

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  10. Dear Neha
    You are a creative genius. Love how you have used your supplies to other areas than card making. Love your garden too. I am from Sri Lanka and so we are neighbors. Love your style and coloring.thanks for the inspiration.tc stay safe

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  11. Marisela Delgado said: So beautiful! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  12. Great ideas and so cute. Love it!

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  13. I love your wood slice plaque and canvas projects! Sweet designs and beautiful coloring!

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  14. Love your garden and your hangy things. Beautiful. Hugz

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  15. Your garden is AMAZING! And darling little wood plaques!

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  16. Thanks for sharing how you made these. I love gardening too.

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  17. Beautiful garden! So great cards!

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  18. Hi Neha, I just love your “tiny art”. I want to make tags for veggies I give to friends. Thank you for sharing this idea with me. Your creations are is beautiful with these adorable stamps. The pictures of your garden are wonderful. I come from a long family of gardeners, that’s why these stamps are perfect.

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  19. Wow, what a great idea. Thanks for sharing.
    Love the pictures of your garden too.
    Valerija xx

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  20. Please stay us informed like this. Thank you for sharing.

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