Guest designer: Isha Gupta

Posted on 05 December 2015

Hi, I am Isha from Switzerland. I got so excited and honored when Kinnari asked me to create something using the new "Christmas Wishes" Collection. I just love love it. There are so many possibilities to use this, I've just scratched the surface of it. 
Now a bit about me, I am a mom to two sweet girls and wife to my super supportive husband.
I've always been creative but got hooked onto stamping and papercrafting about four and half years ago. I don't have a particular style as I like to explore new techniques. I tend to find myself drawn towards fun, clean and simple with a technique or two in my creations.I enjoy creating paper projects, paintings, mixed media projects too. I absolutely love colors and coloring using various mediums.
I love to try new things and try to do something creative everyday!
Let's start with some of my projects, this was a perfect opportunity to work on some of my Christmas cards too :)
Card 1: I used the cute mousie with the gifts from the set and made a shaker card out of it. The frame is a perfect fit to the image and the embellishments make it so easy.

Card 2: I used the cute Penguin with the balloons and customize it a bit by adding tiny bit of color and glitter. I used Copic markers to color in the beak and feet and shadows to him. I also used glitter pen to add a little something to the balloons and the string. Finally, some flicks of frost shimmer.

Card 3: There is an AWESOME stamp set with the kit too and I love the images, so next card is a mix of stamping and image die-cuts. I colored in some of the houses and trees :)

Card 4: This is again a patterned paper only card :) I used all the beautiful papers and embellishments which come in the kit.

Card 5 & 6: So, as I wrote before, I love the stamp set which comes in this kit and this wreath image is so sweet. I used the same layout and images but different techniques to create these Two cards.

For my last card, I mixed some stamping and the Deer die-cut. I looove this cute image :)

Finally, I made these Advent Calendar bags for my elder daughter. It's the perfect size to put in small earrings, coupons and candies for her. And I used all the wonderful supplies from the kit. The acetate printed numbers, patterned papers and the die-cut shapes made it so easy and fun to decorate. Here are a couple of them.

Hope you got inspired. More details on how to create these and supplies are on my BLOG. I want to thank Kinnari for having me here. It was so much fun creating with this kit and I am not done yet :)
Thanks for dropping by!

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