Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Guest Designer - Bipasha & Bricking Technique Tutorial!

Hi Friends,
It's Hussena here and today we are so happy to bring to you a very talented crafter who just loves to "WOW' us with her amazing creations every time. Her work is always so elaborate and meticulous with so many fabulous details that one can't help but admire her work and if you are still wondering who it is, well  its none other than, Bipasha :) And, here's what she has to say about herself!
                                                                       

Bonjour my dear crafters! I am Bipasha from Assam. I always had a deep craving towards any form of art since childhood but studies and a constant drive to attain a remarkable career kept me always busy and far away from it. I seriously started making cards and scrapbooks from the March, 2012 and created my blog “CreateUr World” after I stepped onto the corporate world as a software engineer in Tech Mahindra,Hyderabad. For me, crafting acts as a stress buster, a relaxation from the busy work schedules and hectic daily routines and by now it has become a big-time addiction !!

If I‘m asked about my crafting genre, I will have to say that my style is an ever-changing art form. I don't think I have a particular style as I am always inspired by everyday events and moments. I tend to create highly dimensional projects, I think it really sets a different idea as to what can be created with just paper.

I am truly amazed to see so many ambitious and brilliant crafters in this magical crafty blogland, and I make it a point to learn something new from them each time and can proudly say have made a hell lot of crafter buddies . And what else? A lot of there is still to explore within me! 

Lastly, my sincere thanks goes to Karuna and the super - awesome Lulupu team for selecting me as a Guest Designer.

And here is my Inspiration for you today, as per the current Challenge#27 - Lulupu 2nd Birthday Special.  I have made a MDF birdhouse 3D project.

Ohh my my and have you seen the yummy goodies to be own, I couldn’t help myself drooling over them! 

My project consists of 4 letters out of the 5 given options:

L- Layers, Leaves

P- Pattern papers, Pollens, Paints,printables

T -Triple Thick gloss glaze

C - Clock,charm

PICTURE HEAVY POST!

Click on the images to see a larger version of the image..

This is how the MDF House looks :


Close-up of the details





And this is how the back of the house looks :

Here, I have implemented a very simple yet radiant technique to create the front look, which I call as “bricking technique” and it being very simple (and cost-efficient :P !), I thought you must give it a try too !

Materials required: 

• Trimmer 

• patterned paper (preferably little vintage-y will work wonders!) 

· Sandpaper or Distressing tool 

· Tim holtz Distress ink pad(preferably dark shade, I selected walnut stain) 
· 3D foam 

Instructions

Step 1: Trim equal strips of paper from a light and dark shade PP. 

Step 2: Distress the edges of both the strips. 

Step 3: Stick the darker shade strips spaced at equal lengths on the desired-shape base layout. 

Step 4: Slightly distress the edges of the lighter shade smaller pieces with a distress tool or sand it 

Finally, I added those pieces to the wall with 3D foam for extra dimension. 

I hope you all like my project! Do leave me your comments or any queries regarding any of the products used here and I will get back to you as soon as possible :) 

Happy Crafting!!

Hugs, 
Bipasha

Isn't this such an amazing creation ?! It is sure to inspire you all for our current challenge - Lulupu 2nd Birthday Speical :)
Thank you so much, Bipasha for this wonderful tutorial and sharing your beautiful, beautiful project with us. As always, you have managed to 'WOW' us again.
And, please do leave her some love in the form of comments. We would love to hear from you! :)

17 comments:

  1. Wow!! This is fantastic!! What a great project Bips ! Thanks for the 'Bricking technique'. Will use it in my projects soon ;)

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    2. Thanks a lot Jasleen ^_^ ,and do share your creation...I would be my utmost pleasure to see it :)

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  2. Beautiful "home".. brought a smile on my face. Thanks Bipasha.

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    1. Am glad dear..:), thank you so much Rupa !

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  3. Such an awesome project...Reminds me of those fantasy world fairy...Tinkerbell's home :) Love the tute...Thanks for sharing, Bipasha :)

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    1. Well Sathya you guessed my inspiration correctly :D !! I m so glad that you loved my work :)

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  4. Fantastic details !! lovely project.. Thanks for Bricking Technique Bipasha :)

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    1. Thanks a ton dear for appreciating :)

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  5. What a wonderful house...awesome creativity, Bipasha!
    Thanks for sharing with us at Lulupu blog!

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  6. Bipasha, I am totally in love with your beautiful project. The way you have embellished this is fantastic! Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial too :)

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    1. Hussena, can't be more thankful to you ... I really appreciate the way you projected my work, with the ever-so-filled-with complimenting phrases. Really means a lot and thanks thank thanks and a very big hug ! :)

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  7. Ohho..You have got STYLE Bips..see your snap :D !! Just like you your project is also awesome..loved the shared technique too!

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    1. Hahaaa.. Pooja :P !! :D Thanks dear...for all the praises. Really appreciate it :)

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  8. wow its awesome,,, i loved it,,,great work!!

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