Cute Baby Mixed Media Card Designed by Preeti Datta

Hi folks!
Good Morning 🙂
Preeti Datta (aka Dutt Preety) here. How are you doing ?

Today, I’d like to share a Cute Baby Mixed Media Card. This is a big sized card great for gifting. I’ve used the beautiful and totally adorable papers from Bob n Betty’s earlier collections, “Cuddling Cuties” and “Baby Bliss“. All of Bob n Betty’s paper collections have been brilliantly designed, so, it is very easy to mix and match papers from different collections, go back to the earlier releases and mix them with new ones. Sky is the limit with respect to matching elements and coming up with new combos 🙂

 Cute Baby Mixed Media Card:

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  1. Prepared the 5 by 11.5 inch white card base with thick 300 gsm white card stock
  2. Cut the main panel and mats, used pastel coloured card stock to create the mats. Distressed & inked the edges for a textured and defined look.  Adhered the panels  together, used 3d foam tape between the layers for dimension
  3. On the main panel, did background stencilling by mixing light paste with a blue Pigment Powder and then applied it through dots and number design stencils
  4. Fussy cut elements from Bob n Betty’s Cuddling Cuties and Baby Bliss Paper Collections and also, die cut the word baby and a few shapes with these pattern papers
  5. Gathered all the supplies for layering including thread, gauze, fussy cut images, lace and die cuts. Then created a visually pleasing composition and adhered the elements. Used 3d foam tape to attach some elements.
  6. Created ink splatter and added Nuvo drops as a finishing touch.

Bob n Betty Supplies Used:

Baby Bliss Paper Collection


Cuddling Cuties Paper Collection


That is all for today.

Please do share your gorgeous creations using Bob n Betty papers with us on our facebook group Bob n Betty Buddies. 

Remember you can always purchase all the beautiful Bob n Betty products from our wonderful Sales Buddies. 

Thanks for your precious time
Stay Blessed!
Preeti D

“Beauty in Nature” A mixed media canvas by Riddhi Jani, featuring Meadows paper collection

Heya everyone,

Riddhi here, and I’m sharing my new canvas made for Bob n Betty, using the latest Decoupage Specialty release “Meadows”. I’m absolutely in love with the vintage beauty of this gorgeous collection.

I have used 8×10 inches canvas here as the base and sealed the paper with gel medium. Some paint splashes here and there and a cluster of flowers to give it a more realistic look.

Over to the project now…..

I hope you like it


Decoupaged Book Box by Jaanhvi Hinduja, featuring DecoPatch Papers

Hello all you fabulous people!
I hope most of you’d be out of the lethargic summer break and looking forward to the rains…I love the return of routine and normal life after the holiday craziness. The idea of a fresh start and setting new goals is so energising for me! This season, I’ve decided to declutter my home and organise the necessities with my DIY projects – follow me for the projects, ideas and tips 🙂
We are living in a world of gadgets and so many remote controls around the living room stresses me out. I don’t find them pleasing to look at and prefer them hid when not in use. So…my first project after the holidays is a large sized book shaped box to stack all of them.
I’ve used the ‘Old World Charm’ paper from the DecoPatch series for this box. Ive made a faux leather effect on the spine of the box to complement the rustic look of the print. Here are the steps if you’d like to make one for yourself:
1. Prime the entire box. Sand and clean nicely.
2. Take pieces of kitchen tissues and crumble them and stick on the spine using watered down modpodge. Allow wrinkles to come.
3. Paint this with light brown acrylic. Add several layers of colours going from lighter to darker and finally blackish using dry brush technique.
4. Paint the insides and back.
5. Created book pages texture on the sides using texture paste and fork. Painted with several shades of brown (watered down) and kept wiping, allowing the paint to seep through the crevices.
5. Decoupage the front lid with the chosen paper. My paper was smaller in length than the box so I tore the bottom edges with hand and stuck. Painted the lid overlapping the paper with a matching shade of acrylic. Stamped vintage script on the painted part and randomly over some other parts, so that the whole thing comes together.
6. Distressed the edges with brown acrylics.
7. Finished with some laser cut embellishment, metal key hole and gold chipboard for the spine. I painted all embellishments with the same brown as I used on the edges and then rubbed some antique gold wax onto them.
I’ll be making one more with the left over paper to organise stacks of bills on my table 🙂
Hope you like the project. I’d love to hear:)

Grungy Vintage Cards Designed by Preeti Datta Featuring Classics Decoupage Specialty Papers

Hi friends 🙂

Preeti Datta (aka Dutt Preety) here. How are you doing?

Today, I’d like to share A Set of Two Grungy Vintage Cards. I’ve used papers from the new and gorgeous “Classics” Decoupage Specialty Papers Collection. They are so versatile and the prints are full of vintage goodness. A must have in your stash! The prints in this collection make for brilliant focal images as well as classy backgrounds. I went for a grimy, grungy, stained look this time around.

Grungy Vintage Cards


Card 1: Finders Keepers

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Card 2: Shine Brightly 

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  1. Cut one of the papers from the Classics Collection of Decoupage Specialty Papers, distressed the edges, darkened them with Vintage Photo distress ink and created mats for these panels
  2. Did background stamping with archival inks and background stenciling with heavy white gesso (any type of texture paste will do)
  3. Created a grungy look by adding color with sprays and created drips and splatter
  4. For the focal elements, used Tim Holtz Paper dolls. Layered washi tape, thread, gauze, chipboards and gems and added some blue color as well. For the sentiments, used Tim Holtz metallic stickers
  5. Adhered the panels to the mats and mounted these on the large sized card bases. To create dimension between the paper layers, used 3d foam tape

Used Bob n Betty’s Classics Decoupage Specialty Papers:


That is all for today.

Please do share your gorgeous creations using Bob n Betty papers with us on our facebook group Bob n Betty Buddies. 

Remember you can always purchase all the beautiful Bob n Betty products from our wonderful Sales Buddies. 

Thanks for your precious time
Stay Blessed!
Preeti D

A Decoupaged Box by Ruchika Gupta, featuring DecoPatch Papers

Hi folks,

Today I bring to you all a decoupage project that I hold very close to my heart and hope you all like it.
It is going to be a special gift for my daughter who turns 10 years old in a month’s time.

For the last 2 years I have been promising my little one of making this box for her and finally the minute I saw the designs of the new DecoPatch papers from Bobnbetty, I knew… This was it!!!

The Decopatch papers have the perfect texture for decoupage and are so very easy to use. The thickness of these papers is just right and can be applied on any surface to give a seamless finish to your projects.

All those of you who have seen my earlier piece of work, would know that I am a minimalistic type of person… I like to keep my projects clean and clutter free. I’m not a big fan of fuzzy cuttings, but trust me when I tell you that when you do fuzzy cuttings from any of DecoPatch papers (in this case from the Floral Adornment sheet) and glue them to a different part of the design, they blend into the papers so well that you cannot make out that they were not part of the original design.

For the insides of the box, I have used 2 different papers from the “Cottage Blush” pack. The designs from this pack have the same vintage and shabby chic look and feel and hence go very well together.

To finish the box, I have decorated it with some mulberry flowers and chipboard sentiment. I have also attached a metal butterfly as I think every girl big or small just loves butterflies.

Hope you liked my project and I would love to hear from you. Thanks Deepika for being so patient with me 🙂  and I hope I have done justice with these beautiful papers.

Ruchika 🙂