Stunning Diwali cards by Piyu

Hello friends!

It's Piyu here today.

How's your Diwali preparations going on? If you are planning to make some Diwali cards, do check out our the Diwali stamp sets. I have 3 Diwali cards for you made using them. Not just that, I also have pictorials for 2 cards.

So here's the first one -


Step 1: I started with stamping and coloring the Diyas from the Diwali Greetings stamp set. I then fussy cut them.


Step 2: Then I stamped the intricate design pattern stamp onto the colored diyas using Chocolate Brown dye ink.


Step 3: Then I stamped the greeting wordings from the same stamp set onto a white cardstock and layered it onto a red cardstock.



Step 4: I stamped the fireworks behind the wordings using Lemon Yellow, Tangy Orange and Imperial Red Dye ink. 


 Step 5: Finally I adhered the 2 Diyas to complete the card.


Now onto my second card -

Step1:  I stamped the adorable Ganesha from the Diwali - Ganesha stamp set.


 Step 2:  I colored it using copic markers and fussy cut it.


Step 3: I stamped the rangoli stamp from the Diwali Greetings stamp set and the sentiment from the  Diwali - Ganesha stamp set.


Step 4: I stamped 3diyas from Diwali Greetings stamp set.


Step 5: I drew straight lines using a pencil from top to the Diyas.

 Step 6: I stamped the tiny sparkle stamp from the Diwali Greetings stamp set to create a row of Diwali lights.


Step 7: I added some ink blending using Turquoise dye ink at bottom.


 Step 8: I added some ink blending using Lemon Yellow dye ink at top.


 Step 9: I added some ink blending using Tangy Orange dye ink around the yellow.


  Step 10: I added some more ink blending using Imperial red dye ink at top and adhered the Fussy cut Ganesha to complete the card.





And Here's my Card 3:


Supplies Used:


1. Diwali Greetings


2. Diwali-Ganesha


3. Jet Black Dye ink


4. Tangy Orange Dye ink


5. Lemon Yellow Dye ink


6. Imperial Red dye ink


7. Chocolate Brown dye ink


8. Turquoise dye ink


9. Acrylic block


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Letz Craft

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Nirmal Stationers

The Craft Shop

Nagashri Arts


I hope you are inspired to create some Diwali cards. Do share what you made in our Tubby Craft Exhibit group.


Lots of Love,