Thursday, 5 May 2016

Denim Bag using Papericious Pattern Paper

Hello Everyone,

It's Roshni here and today I have a Denim Bag Album to share with you that I made for Challenge #61 - Mini Albums.

I have used  Naturals Paper Pack by Papericious. As soon as I saw the denim papers I wanted to create a bag and after looking at some denim bag images for reference this is what I made :)

The album has a total of 6 pages and the pages measure 6" x 6.5". Every page has a top loading pocket. To embellish the album I have used Papericious adhesive buttons and White and Brown Fabric Tapes.

The album looks like a bag from the outside.

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Winner of Challenge #60 - Inspired by Mood Board

Hello everyone and good morning!

This Nikita here to announce the winner of our Mood Board Challenge. We had a fabulous 38 entries this time and going through each one was a treat. Thank you all so much for taking the time out to create something awesome for our challenge. It made our work that much harder but it was worth it and somehow we were all able to reach a unanimous decision and pick a winner. :)

But before that, here are our Top 3 in no particular order:

Monday, 2 May 2016

Challenge #61 | Mini Albums

Hello and Good Morning, friends!

This is Jasleen and I'm here to announce a new challenge for the month of May. But before that, let me take this opportunity to thank all of you who participated in our April Mood Board Challenge. It seems you really enjoyed playing along. All the entries are amazing and we are having a tough time choosing the winners.  Stay tuned, we'll be announcing the winners very soon ! :)

So, the theme for this month's challenge is:



Yeah, get those pretty pattern papers out and show us how you rock this theme. ;)
(Read the General Guidelines for the challenges, here.)

The Rules for Challenge #61 are:

1. Album can be any shape (square, rectangle, triangle, alphabet, circular, etc.) or size (4x4, 6,x6, 8x8, 12x12, etc.)

2. The completed project should look like an album/booklet. You can:
   a. Use box files with rings and insert page protectors,
   b. Punch holes in your pages and use album rings,
   c. Bind the pages together using any handmade or machine made binding.
   d. Any other method to put pages together.

BUT loose individual pages will NOT BE CONSIDERED as an album. The final project must look like a booklet.

3. An album needs a minimum of 5 pages (or 4 + cover decoration.)

4. It can be an interactive (with inserts, folds, etc.) album or a plain flip-album.

5. Only pasting pictures and binding pages will NOT BE CONSIDERED. Pages need to be embellished.

6. Photos in the album (if personal) can be blurred. But blank pages stating that photos will be added later, will NOT BE CONSIDERED. However, photo mats with other embellishment(s) will be okay.

7. There's NO SPECIFIC THEME for decoration or colour(s). You can pick whatever you like. :)

The album I made measures 5 by 6 inches in size. I have used the gorgeous Ephemera papers by Papericious for making this one. These papers are just perfect if you like to make romantic , shabby chic styled albums with lot of flowers.

This album has total of 5 pages, and I've added a tag or two or an interactive flip page for adding photos on every page.

Here's the outer cover of my album I made :-

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Tacky Glue Review with a layout Tutorial!

Hello Ladies!!

Brace yourself as this is going to be one LONG post!
Are you playing along with us at Lulupu's Challenge #60 - Moodboard

There are projects where you need a super fast glue that will dry quickly and stick strong! Aleene's Tacky Glue is one such glue that will definitely make layers and embellishments adhere firmly! :)

(Disclaimer: My review and opinions are stated here, after I have actually used this wonderful product myself!)

Alright! So, today I am going to give you review about three types of Tacky Glue.

Monday, 25 April 2016

Masculine Layout / Picture Tutorial

Hello everyone,

It's Roshni here, and today I have a picture tutorial for a masculine layout using Papericious - Naturals  paper pad that I received in my DT kit. So let’s get started :) 

Step 1

I took a piece of white 12x12 thick cardstock and applied Gesso on the two sides where I was going to apply texture. Then using tim holtz mini stencil and sakura modelling paste  randomly applied texture on the sides.  

Thursday, 21 April 2016

Mood Board Inspired Scrapbook LO

Hello and good morning, friends!

Jasleen here today :)

As you all might be aware of the April's Challenge #60- Inspired by Moodboard and I'm sure you all must have enjoyed the DT work shared so far. So today it's my turn to share what I made inspired by the colourful mood board.

Image Source

I came up with a school-themed scrapbook layout using the amazing Insta-squares from Simple Stories-- Back to school. I was inspired by the colours, the black label with white text, the polka dots and the chevron pattern.

Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Spotlight Designer: Jaya Raghuvanshi - Ken Oliver Liquid Metals Review + video tutorial

Hello and good morning!

This is Nikita here and today I am here to bring to you another amazing post by a talented Guest Designer - Jaya Raghuvanshi and she has a detailed video tutorial for us today using Ken Oliver Color Burst Liquid Metals. We have something interesting for you, so make sure you read all the way till the end so you don't miss it. :D

Most of you might know Jaya as she has been a part of Lulupu's Design Team until recently. So without further ado, I'll let Jaya take over.


Hello everyone!
This is Jaya here today on the Lulupu blog. Hope you all are having a great day. Today I have for you a detailed post on the new Ken Oliver Color Burst Liquid Metals along with a video tutorial on use these on your mixed media projects. Here is the project I made using this product. You will find the video tutorial for the same in the end.

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