Monday, 11 September 2017

Baby Girl Birthday Decor Ideas.

Hey guys
Welcome back to my blog. I have a new birthday decor idea for you.....it was a custom order with a particular color theme. Below is the inspiration picture which actually is the cute dress for the Birthday girl.
So, I came up with a banner and a badge for the backdrop and a cute little crown for the little princess keeping the color scheme in my mind. Here are few pictures of the projects
The badge is 16"in diameter and decorated with handmade flowers. I made these flowers without any dies....I drew the petals and fussy cut each layer. Every large flower has 4 large and 3 medium layers and the medium flowers has 4 medium and 3 small layers made using handmade paper from ItsyBitsy. I have colored the flowers using memento dye inks - Dandelion and Tangelo. Further, the centers are dusted with sparkle dots also from ItsyBitsy.

Also there is a chipboard embellishment which is also from ItsyBisty which I have heat embossed with gold and white. The number 1 is made using chipboard by me and covered with white handmade paper. I have used Prima Marketing stencil to decorate  the number. I have used Distress inks - Spiced Marmalade and Fossilized Amber to use over the stencil. The badge is made by layering yellow, gold, white and orange cardstock. A white lace is run around the circumference of the banner. To finish the project, I added few butterflies and leaves and twirls.

The banner that I have made is 8 feet in length and has the girl's name TASHVEE in the center. The banner is also uses the same elements like flowers, butterflies, stencil work and laces like the badge, 
The alphabets are ornate alphabets from ItsyBitsy which I have gold heat embossed twice.
The flourishes are MFT diecuts which I have cut from Gold glitter paper also from ItsyBitsy. I have punched holes and reenforced them with eyelets and passed satin ribbon through to form a banner.

The banners are also layers similar to the badge with orange, white and yellow cardstocks. They measure around 4" is breadth and 5" in height.
Here are some closeups of the banner.

The last project is a cutesie crown for the little princess. The crown is handdrawn and is 16"in circumference and 4"in height. The crown is made using yellow foam and orange cardstock. I have used white satin ribbon for closure and I have sandwiched it between the foam and cardstock. This made sure nothing pokes the baby or causes any discomfort.
Further I dry embossed a white cardstock and layered it on the crown. The finishing touches came from a strip of gold glitter paper at the base and circular diecuts at the 4 apex of the crown. I added a number 1 as the finishing detail. I kept it as simple and as light as I could.
This is how my client decorated the backdrop....Isn't it adorable?
 The list of supplies is given below
  1. Distress inks - Fossilized Amber and Spiced Marmalade - ItsyBitsy
  2. Memento dye inks - Dandelion and Tangelo - The craft shop
  3. Butterflies - ItsyBitsy
  4. Yellow foam sheet - Local store
  5. Cardstocks - Yellow, gold, white and orange- ItsyBitsy
  6. Gold Glitter sheet - ItsyBitsy
  7. MFT die- flourish - Crafters Corner
  8. White handmade paper -ItsyBitsy
  9. Sparkle dots -ItsyBitsy
  10. Embossing folder - ItsyBitsy
  11. White lace -ItsyBitsy
  12. Silicon glue - ItsyBitsy
  13. Aleene's Tacky glue - Crafters corner
  14. Red tacky tape - ItsyBitsy
  15. Satin ribbon - White and yellow -ItsyBitsy
  16. Ornate Alphabets -ItsyBitsy
  17. Wow heat gun- ItsyBitsy
  18. Rangel - Tinsel gold heat embossing powder - Crafters corner
  19. Leaves - Local Store
  20. Chipboard flourish - ItsyBitsy
  21. White heat embossing powder - Wow- ItsyBitsy
  22. Stencil - Prima Marketing.
I am adding this project at the following blog challenges
  1. Double D Challenges - Glitter glitter and Glitter
  2. Scrapping4fun challenge #98 - Techniques - Die Cutting, Dry embossing, Heat Embossing, Stencilling, flower making

16 comments:

  1. WOW! Fabulous projects! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘GLITTER’ challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.

    Darlene
    DOUBLE D Challenge Blog
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please stop in for a visit!

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    1. Hey Darlene
      Ty so much for visiting me...I am so glad you liked my project.
      Hugs

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  2. Wow superb mukta awesome party decoration ideas beautifully made loved them specially like the bright colors something different from pink n blue

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    1. Hey pooja...
      Ty for topping by...Yes indeed....something other than blue and pink....it was an interesting project.
      Hugs

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  3. Wow, these are all so amazing!! I love the color combo!! The banner is so elegant!! The crown is awesome!! Everything is absolutely gorgeous!! You did a fabulous job!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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    1. Thank you so much Lisa...I am so happy you like my decor pieces....Ty for stopping by.
      Hugs

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  4. WOW what amazing creations and hats off to you for handcutting all the flowers...I used to do that too before I got addicted to dies!!HEHE
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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    1. Thank a lot Dr.Sonia...it means a lot when it comes from you...dies make life easy but its difficult to find the size you want....so I went back to basics..fussy cutting. Ty for stopping by.
      Hugs

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  5. Amazing creations Mukta and the Crown is super cute.

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  6. Oh so Fabulous! I adore that large badge and your beautiful flowers! WOW! Great party theme and creations! What a FUN post! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Double D, Glitter Challenge, Donna, DT Member.

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  7. WOW!! Completely stunning projects! Thanks for joining us over at Scrapping4Fun challenges. We hope you will come back and play with us again. Good Luck with the challenge.
    Sollan member of the DT.

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  8. A beautiful creation. Lovely design and gorgeous colours used for our GLITTER challenge, sure suits our theme beautifully ...hope to see you next challenge.. Double D Challenges{DT aNNie}

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  9. A complete birthday project... this is a lot of work but the result is awesome!
    Lia, DT S4F

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  10. WOW, stunning work,
    Thank you for Joining us at Scrapping4funChallenge and waiting to see next time.

    Hugs
    Meena S4F DT

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  11. wow totally amazing work, must of taken you ages. beautiful! Thank you for joining us over at Scrapping4FunChallenges
    Jane (DT)

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  12. Beautiful creations, love the colours
    Thank you for your entry at Scrapping4funChallenges
    Rachelle DT
    http://scrapping4funchallenges.blogspot.com

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