Friday, 8 December 2017

How to create a Mandala Card | Eastern Beauty Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!

How to make a Crushed Curry Mandala Art Card using the Eastern Beauty Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!

Mandala Art 
I call these gorgeous Eastern Beauty creations 'Mandalas'.

If you're not sure what a Mandala is, 'Mandala' is Sanskrit for circle and they're a ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, usually representing the universe. 'Mandala' has become generic for any diagram, chart or geometric pattern that represents the cosmos, and you can find them everywhere, some of them are so bright and colourful:  

Rainbow Mandala


So you can see why I have called my project a 'Mandala Card'. I have kept it really simple but you could make it as colourful as you wanted. 

I used Crushed Curry for the outer stamping, and Island Indigo for inside the flower; I don't use Island Indigo very often so set myself the challenge of using it. 

I'm going to make some with different colours in but you get the idea anyhow: 

How to make a gorgeous Mandala Card using the Eastern Beauty Stamp Set and Crushed Curry Classic Stampin' Pad by Stampin' Up!


You could add a Rhinestone or Metal Rimmed Pearl to the centre of your card for an extra layer or dimension. You can see the list of products I've used below.

Back soon with more Stampin' Up! inspiration for card making, scrapbooking, memory keeping and home decor projects,
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