A love theme album designed by Sampada Srivastava, feat. Caffé Romanza paper collection

Hi Everyone

This is Sampada and I am back with this beautiful romance album. I loved making this album and once again these papers have stolen my heart.

Yes, I am talking about the “Caffe Romanza”, newly launched papers by Bob n Betty. Caffe Romanza is a set of double-sided papers in the rusty white, cobalt blue, and yellowish brown palette. It’s just perfect for your valentines projects and I am really happy that this time it is

not the usual red, black and pink colors, and Bob n Betty has come out with something really out of the box and has dared to think beyond red this valentine and I am proud of that.

It is said that there is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved. Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength while loving someone deeply gives you courage.

Well If you have ever been in love than I am sure you can relate to these papers as it will take you back to your memories of endless conversations that you have had with your loved ones over a cup of coffee. Isn’t it true?

Well, I can relate…because for me it was not the love at first sight instead it was coffee at first sight and I met my soulmate at a café and that one coffee has led us to a lifetime of togetherness. So I had fun working with these papers and I am sure you would love it too..
now over to the pictures and  video flip through 🙂

Do share your creation with us and don’t forget to use these hashtags #bobnnettyIndia #cafferomanza

Now, what are you waiting for, grab this beautiful collection before it gets out of stock and you know where to go for it!

Have a great weekend!
Thank you for stopping by!

A Handmade Calendar by Sampada Srivastava, feat. Roseate Paper Collection

Hi everyone..

This is Sampada with probably my last post for this year and to give a kick start to the coming year and to help get you guys fully prepared to take on 2019, I have this beautiful and very handy calendar which is made using Roseate Collection.

So to mention again, Roseate has 12 overwhelmingly amazing papers with little shabby yet floral designs and also you get motif sheet and lots of fussy cutting elements in the paper pack. Every time I use this collection, I get so carried away and end up using lots of fussy cut elements in this calendar as well. Trust me…each element is so beautiful in itself that it’s very hard to make choices.

So coming on to my project, this is a wall hanging calendar which has two sections, the first one is embellished with flowers adding to it some fussy cut elements frames etc giving it 3d look and the second part is having the months’ sheet on it.

Surely many of us use electronic calendars these days in our phones and find it very convenient with the click of few keys. But nothing beats the beauty of a handmade calendar. You can hang it in your craft room, gift it to your friends and family and I am sure they are going to love it…A perfect gift for this New Year.

I have made two sections in this wall hanging calendar but you can add one more as per your convenience and you can put pictures on that and change it with every passing month.

Now to make it handier I have made the month sheet magnetic and it is up to you how you want to store it. You can watch the video of how to change the months and how you can overlap all the months together and change each passing month sheet with the next coming month.

I would love to hear from you all and signing off by wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!!!

So, go on and try this beautiful collection and show your creativity. You can share your creative projects on Bob n Betty Buddies page on facebook.

Thanks for stopping by!

Hugs
Sampada

Explosion Box Card by Niharika Gupta, feat. Roseate Paper Collection

Hi everyone,

I am back here today with my newest creation and probably the last post of this year. This place is totally filled with inspirations. You must have observed that in my last few projects. And here is one more inspired from the surroundings here.
Its winter, and not a only a season, its a celebration! People light up their houses, decorate it for Christmas, with snow on the roofs, and on the little plants, sides of the road, lights make everything feel so warm! It seems to be a different magical world all together.
This Explosion Box Card made with the very beautiful Roseate collection, seems to capture the beauty completely. I tried to emblematise a house on a cold winter evening here, all set up for celebrations.
Cutting the smallest flowers and leaves from the paper pack was so much fun!
Don’t forget to catch up on the small video in the end to see the beauty of the flickering light in the house. It can be turned on or off from the outside of the box card.
Just loved making it.  Its for someone here to save her Christmas memories… Awww, I am waiting to know from her how she likes it. Till then, i would love to hear from you how you liked it. Have a great winter and an amazing holiday season! Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a very Happy and Prosperous New Year!
Love, Niharika.

A Lampshade decoupaged by Niharika Gupta, feat. Roseate DecoPatch Papers

Hi friends,

It has been a long time since I came here with a post. A break somehow turned into in lengthy absence. And now that I have started to bring my focus back, I will come up with some interesting posts in the coming days.

Well, I feel you can never go wrong when you think about designing something for your own home. To give a quick recharge to my energy, I tried to experiment on something I had never tried before – Decoupage. I always struggle to think on something which is not a “Scrapbook”, but trying hands on this amazing  paper from Bob n Betty was super fun. I had this plain white Lampshade at home and I used the beautiful floral arrangements from the Roseate Decopatch collection.

These papers give an amazingly smooth finish without much effort. I really liked the outcome and now this little thing brightens my room in the most elegant way.

Much thanks for stopping by.

Love, Niharika.

Handmade Card by Heena Shaikh, feat. Roseate Paper Collection

Hello everyone!
Heena Here from bloomingpaperbuds.com, today I have a card to share using the Roseate pattern Papers.

For the card, I have used several pattern papers from the 12 by 12 collection. I have fussy cut a few elements from the cut and create sheet.

 

I have also used some Iod mould embellishment, chipboard elements and some fussy cutouts of stamped images on vellum.

 

 

The card also features my handmade large foamiran rose flower.

 

 

 

 

 

I hope you liked my card, thank you for stopping by!
Heena xo

 

 

Decoupaged Box by Heena Shaikh, feat. Roseate Collection

Hello, Bob n Betty buddies!

Heena here from bloomingpaperbuds.com, Today I’m sharing my second post on the blog that is a decoupaged mdf box using the decoupage speciality paper from the Roseate collection.

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Here I have used a 6 by 4 MDF box and covered it fully with the Decoupage paper. I am not a decoupage artist and I am not familiar with all the painting and pasting techniques of Decoupage but with these decoupage papers, you don’t really have to work hard. Anybody can Decoupage! And I enjoy doing it once in a while!

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On the Inside, I have pasted the image that is fussy cut from the Decoupatch rice paper.

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No Project of mine is complete without some flowers, so I created some coordinating Foamiran flowers for the top.

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I hope you liked my creation, Thank you for stopping by!

Heena xo

Mixed Media Layout by Tanya Cloete, feat. Roseate Paper Collection

Hello dear Bob n Betty friends.
Today I’m sharing a Mixed Media Layout featuring the gorgeous Roseate Collection. I have incorporated the matching decoupage papers into the layering. These decoupage papers are so pretty and so versatile.
Here are the instructions you may use to recreate such a project
1. Add some colour to the background on one of the sheets in the Roseate Collection using some white gesso and Impasto paints.
2. Add texture randomly using a stencil and white crackle texture paste.
3. Add paint splatters randomly over the page.
4. Cut a few die cut shapes from the collection sheets and decoupage papers to form the layering of the composition.
5. Emboss the chipboard pieces with embossing powders.
6. Fussy cut a few elements from the collection sheets.
7. Arrange the rest of the embellishments as per the picture or as you like.
8. Add some buttons and sequins for the finishing touch.
9. All done!
Thanks!
Kind Regards/Vriendelike Groete,
Tanya

Decoupaged Boxes by Deepal Shah, feat. ba-dastoor Decopatch Papers

Hello folks,
Diwali being around the corner, everyone must be busy with last minute preparations. I am sharing here the lid boxes which created with the amazing ba-dastoor papers to adorn my home for the festive season.
I have selected a set of two lid boxes for this project. After sanding the boxes thoroughly, I gessoed on the outer sides, whereas the insides I painted with brown maroon acrylic colour. After decoupaging the papers on the required sides, did some texturing and stencilling on the remaining sides. I have used gold, red and brown shades of acrylic colours for this project. After the desired result, varnished all over.
Totally loved the outcome and hope you’ll did too. These papers are perfect to add that little glamour and ethnic look to your decor this festive season.
Happy crafting,
Deepal Shah
D’krafts

Mini album in Explosion box by Sampada, Feat. Roseate paper Collection

Hello crafty people,

This is Sampada from Scrapmee and today I bring to you this beautiful Explosion box with a mini album within. Bob n Betty has firstly launched double-sided papers in India and it is a beautiful collection indeed. It has 12 overwhelmingly amazing papers with little shabby yet floral designs and also you will get motif sheet and lots of fussy cutting elements. I am obsessed with this gorgeous collection and I am sure you would love it too.

So, apart from albums, envelopes you can make Explosion box with this collection. This collection has 12 double-sided sheets so the best part is we need hardly 3-4 sheets to make an explosion box..you can easily make 2 explosion boxes embellished with beautiful elements in just Rs 475. Isn’t it a good deal?

The best part of explosion boxes is the surprise kept inside. Don’t you think so? it can be anything which fits in that but I tried of making a mini album, which is actually micro mini…but still, you can put small pictures and do journaling on that.

So sit back and enjoy the pictures!

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So here is the mini album inside,

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So, go on and try this beautiful collection and show your creativity. You can share your creative projects on Bob n Betty Buddies page on facebook.

I hope you liked it. Thanks for stopping by!

Hugs

Sampada

 

Decoupaged Cake Stand by Jaanhvi Hinduja, feat. Botanic Trails Papers

Life is busy these days, isn’t it?
In our quest to fill our lives with everything wonderful, we seem to have become busier than ever. We seem to be into an endless race and missing on the simple things in life. As I grow..I really wish to focus my time and energy on what matters most. To soak in those everyday, seemingly insignificant moments and find joy in the simple things.
Desserts…over-rated it may sound to the health freaks, I believe the sweetness brings you closer. Savouring the bite, I  tend to slow down and go back to my childhood..
Drawing inspiration from that old rustic life – the bright colours, charming character, home-cooked meals, and time with family – I hope to inspire you to join me in slowing down to enjoy the simple things with this cute project.
Its a cake stand for the fond childhood memories, using my favourite print from the ‘Botanic Trails’ collection.
I’ve used the same round base that I made for my earlier project (Ba – Dastoor wall decor frames). As I wanted the cake stand to be able to sustain some dessert spillage and also be food safe, I cut a round clear acrylic for the inside diameter and reverse decoupaged it with the print.
The bottom stand is a sofa leg that I found in a junk shop. I adhered the leg to the plate using small nails. The entire base was then painted brown and then navy blue. I then sanded the whole thing to distress it. Varnished it, and stuck the decoupaged acrylic on the top with a strong glue.
I’ve been wanting to make this since long.  But sometimes you come accross certain things and you just get it right! This can be used to keep small planters, or some decorative accents around the house too.
So while I relish the lovely cupcakes, why don’t you all tell me how you liked it, and give it a try?!
Love,
Jaanhvi