Explosion Box By Zalak Mandal Feat. Munchkin Paper

Hello Everyone,

Zalak A Mandal here from The Card Shop Studio and today I’m sharing 4 layers of Explosion Box using Munchkin Paper Pack.


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Thank you for stopping by. I hope you all liked my project today. I would like to see your comments.

See you soon with some other project and ideas, till then happy crafting!


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Altered Umbrella -Decoupage

Hello Friends

I love to decoupage and I love challenging myself. And I love love love the Tender Flower Decoupage Sheets. For this project I wanted to decoupage a paper umbrella. Its a very flimsy and the paper is delicate, so you have to be very careful with application of water and glue.

I cut the decoupage sheet in the desired size and soaked it in water for an hour. then very very carefully using the pads of my fingers I removed the backing layer of the paper, till i was left with a thin film of the design print.

Then I let all the water drip off without drying the decoupage film, with a thin layer of decoupage glue i decoupaged it to the umbrella. If i would’t have removed the backing paper the umbrella wouldn’t have closed like it should .

The umbrella is very small just 3.5″ in diameter.

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While we find ideas what to gift in a baby shower or the first birthday, we also search how we gift those elements and in today’s day and age a gift card is always the go-to for all.

So let’s make a handmade, interactive gift card holder which also gives you a space to write your message, holds picture frames. It’s a three-fold holder with a shadow window




That’s all for today!

Would love to see your comments and love!

Until then happy crafting!



Hey there! Ruchi here from Ruchi’s Crafeteria and today I’m sharing a set of Mixed Media Cards using ‘Caffe Romanza’ paper collection.



I’ve created these cards with mixed media technique and gave them vintage look. Mix and match these beautiful Caffe Romanza pattern papers and fussy cut lots of elements from the element sheets which comes with the paper pack.



EPGZ9381These cards are 6″x6″ in size and chose kraft cardstock for card base. Stamped and heat embossed in white some script using Crafter’s Companion- Vintage Chic stamp set.




Fussy cut some flowers, tags, sentiments which came along with the pack. Arranged and layered them on my card panel along with Prima flowers, burlap lace, Mudra chipboards ans sequins, pollen, die cuts, Expressions Craft- Alaska Gold glitters.



For my another card, I’ve cut another paper from the pack and distressed the edges using Tim Holtz edge distressing tool and applied Walnut Stain distress ink.



This time I’ve stamped the script using Broken China-Distress Oxide and heat embossed in clear.


Stamped some vintage fall leaves using same Walnut Stain distress ink and fussy cut them. Again used some Prima flowers, Mudra chipboards, Expressions Craft Alaska Gold glitter and Deco Stones, some half pearls and metal charms.



I’ve stamped this butterfly on one of Caffe Romanza paper using Walnut Stain distress ink and Crafter’s Companion stamp, and heat embossed in clear. Really liking the out came 🙂





You can find one more project of mine using Bob n Betty Caffe Romanza paper pack HERE

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I hope you like my today’s project. See ya next time.

Love, Ruchi



Craft-room Wall Hanging by Zalak A Mandal feat. Dirty Pour Decoupage Paper

Hello Everyone,

Zalak again with you all. Today I am sharing wall hanging project with “Dirty Pour” Decoupage paper. This wall hanging I have made for all the Crafters who has their own craft room and inspired by random search on internet basically known as Optical Illusion Frame.

So, Let’s see


I had a 12″ square MDF board with me and was planning to do acrylic pour art on it but then I received my DT kit and I saw Dirty Pour decoupage paper.

  • So I cut 8″x1″ strips from scrap MDF and placed them on a 12″ MDF board in a form of triangle to create illusion effect. Then I have prime it with primer.
  • Then in my silhouette machine I cut two different stencil saying “Create” and “Inspire”.
  • Then on paper I placed one of a stencil and applied modeling paste. Same way with other paper I applied modeling paste mixed with brown color. Also splatter with gold acrylic color.
  • Once it is dried, I have cut them into 8″x1″ strips.
  • Then with mod-podge I adhered one design (i.e. Create) on a left side of the triangle strips and other design (i.e. Inspire) on a right side of the triangle strips.
  • Then I let the frame dried and after that I have applied red color to the back side of the base.
  • Once everything was dried, I have applied waterproof varnish.


I hope I have inspired you to decor your craft-room. I will be back with some more ideas till then happy crafting.


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A tall card by DT Gayatri featuring decoupage papers ‘Tender Flowers’

Hello friends,

Today I am sharing a new project using decoupage papers. I have used them to make a tall card. The decoupage paper collection ‘Tender Flowers’ is so beautiful that a shabby chic card was what popped up in my mind! Something different from using them for only decoupage.




I used two patterns from the collection and added a few handmade foamiran flowers, lace, die cuts and a few pearls too.


I tucked in a bow made with twine beneath the flowers.



I layered the inside of the card also with the same base paper I used on the front panel. I fussy cut few flowers and added them in the corners.

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Hope you liked my inspirational project. Till next time  – Happy crafting!

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Altered Gift Basket by Priyanka Singh, Feat. Tender Flower Decoupage Speciality Paper

Hello Fellas,

Since Raksha bhandan is on it way ahead, nothing came best to my mind than altering a MDF basket I had with me for quite a long time….waiting for it’s chance to be turned into something magical from plain and boring….

I wanted to make something special for my little brothers this rakhi, with handful of their favourite snacks and chocolates in it…..I think this came out to be the best…

Tadaaa… here’s my altered basket using the tender flowers decoupage speciality papers from Bob n Betty. its was a little challenge to choose from all 8 designs I had in the pack and ended up picking this black and pink ones..

This is how it looked before it got turned into this gorgeous basket…..

To make the basket into the theme of the paper I had chosen, accordingly I painted the whole basket with base coat, white gesso….and then pink chalk paint from inside…

I have also gone ahead to another design paper in pink from the pack on sides of the basket…

Nothing completes my alterations with adding a little more wow factor to it….and I did ended up making this gorgeous roses in pink and yellow matching the flowers on the paper itself…

Made a bunch of these roses on one side of the basket…following its way to a little bit on the handles…and its no way looks amazing without adding these butterflies…what do u say?

Hope you all enjoyed my inspiration project, and will surely give it try for upcoming festive… will surely love to see ur makings….

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Much Love and stay tuned from more upcoming inspirations…. ❤


Decorative Banners by Piyanki Biswas, feat. Munchkin Paper Collection!

A big hello to lovely crafters out there. Piyanki here today with a fun creative project featuring the newly launched Munchkin Paper Collection. I am super excited as this is my first post and incredible happy to share with you all.

The paper collection is fun , interactive and also very versatile which allows you to create all that you need for you little ones.

We all love to welcome our little angel in the most unique and beautiful ways and there are tons of ways you can embellish your space around you and how good it is if you can create them yourself.

So today I have a decorative fun banner created to adorn your walls, tables which is apt for baby shower , welcome baby parties , celebrating every little moments.

  • I used a tag die to die cut two nesting shape one from a White base and the other from the decorative paper.
  • Rounded off the edges and distress all the sides with Black Soot distress ink.
  • Fussy cutting all the cute little images from the image sheet and also distressed the edges with black soot ink.
  • Layering the Tag shapes and then assembling the Images on each of the tag with sentiments on each.
  • Tugging in flowers and leaves for an extra touch of embellishments
  • Tying all the tags together with ribbons and its ready to put it up.


Do share how you liked it and would love to see your creations!

Until then Happy Crafting!


Decoupaged Caddy by Jaanhvi Hinduja, feat. Munchkin Decoupage Papers

Gifting for infants and toddlers gets tricky as well as challenging…won’t most of you agree? There’s a plethora of gifting options available in the market, but everyone dislikes to receive gifts, that aren’t appealing or useful. Personalized gifts and gifts that could organize little things around the children’s’ room are becoming very popular these days. So, I played around my forte and made a cute little personalized caddy using the Munchkin Decoupage Specialty paper collection.
The collection has some very adorable prints which could be useful for projects related to new-borns, infants as well as toddlers.
I chose the colorful animal print from the pack as I wanted to make the caddy for a toddler’s room. I wanted the organizer to be easy to maintain and use,  so I kept it simple…using some coordinated elements around the name, finished the job!
Check out the pictures and let me know if you liked it.
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Princess Carriage Cart by Zalak A Mandal Feat. Munchkin Paper Collection

Hello Scrapbookers,

This is Zalak A Mandal and I am super excited to share my first DT post featuring “Munchkin” Paper Collection.

This is my second favorite baby paper collection after “Little Wonderland”. So the project is versatile to use may be as a favor Box giveaway, as a master show-piece, as a 3D project, as a artificial flower vase, or for photography purpose. I have created this project for my new arrival of baby girl.

So without further chit-chat let’s jumped into the project walk-through.

Princess Carriage 


This Carriage is much bigger than a normal favor box. This carriage is not die-cut but it is cut with Silhouette Cameo. I have also used some critters from “Little Wonderland” Paper Collection.


I hope you’ll liked my project today. I will be sharing some excited projects in my upcoming post. Keep sharing your love.

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Happy Crafting.

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