Casting Resin, flatback, June

Glow in dark Resin Embellishments 

Hello Crafty People,

Mrinaal here and I will be showcasing my third project for the month of June

Want to make your own resin embellishments? And that too which glows in dark ?

Watch this video for tutorial.

And yes you can even see how to drill hole into these pieces using hand drill(available at the store) in this video,so watch till the end

glow in the dark powders(comes in 12 shades) are from Madras bazaar store.

Making these resin pieces for real fun. Hope you too enjoy.

Products used –

Glow in dark powder





flatback, June, pearls

Moving shaker card/ Spinning shaker card

Hello guys,

So I’m here again to share my new project.

I used peacock feather sequence collection and blushing sunrise sequence collection from madras bazaar. And this is truly amazing mixture of awesome colours of sequence.
I added some resin embellishments into my shaker card.

Then I have used amazing soulmates stamp collection from Craftyscrappers.
And I love them totally.
I have made moving shaker card/ spinning shaker card. this is my first attempt to make this card and I’m totally happy with final product .
Please check the video.


For more details  Let’s go through the details photos.

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Products Used:

Blushing Sunrise

Peacock Feather

Effile Tower

Pink Clock Dome

Stamp From Craftyscrappers

fused pearl string, June, Lace

Shabby Chic Envelopes

Hello !

Wishing u a super cool morning !
Today I’m on the blog to share a shabby chic layout on an envelope for a bride !
In tones of cream , beige , white , pink , gold , pearl
I have a super adorable envelope for u guys to learn
( tutorial attached below )
So let’s checkout what I’m talking about :
I hope u enjoyed the tutorial ( Sry for going a little off camera at places)
But I really wish it was understandable !  :p
P.s. List of gorgeous supplies
And thank u for dropping by !
Casting Resin, GDT, June

Resin Tutorial on Glow in the Dark and Acrylic Powder by GDT Krithika

Hello lovely readers of Madras Bazaar blog,

A very lovely and warm good morning to you all.

Today we have Krithika on our blog as GDT with an awesome glow resin tutorial. She has a beautiful video tutorial, so set back with a cup of coffee and enjoy the tutorial.


Over to Krithika,


Hi all… Krithika Saravanan here from Chennai.. I’m an MBA graduate worked as a recruitment consultant, quit the job to take care of my son being a typical mom… Back in school I was interested in hand embroidery but  lost in touch with that due to various reasons… it was my mom who gave that push to restart my passion and from there its going on till now.  I’m damn sure I got the crafting DNA from my mom. Based on what I know I started my page a couple of years  just to share my creations and slowly with all the love and support from my family and friends it turned out to be my career . I started it with quilling, then tried silk thread, terracota and now got addicted to resin… I always like to experiment and I want my creations to be unique and colorful… I hope this continues forever.

Here are the pictures of the jewellery,


1 copy





Here is  the  tutorial,



Hope you enjoyed the tutorial.





Materials used,


Casting Resin

Glow in dark powder

Hexagon glitter

Acrylic powder


flatback, fused pearl string, June, Lace, Metal Charms, pearls

Shabby Chic Handmade Embellishments

Hello guys,
So here I am ready with my new project for Madras Bazaar.
This time I have made handmade embellishments from lace , charms and pearls .

I always wanted to make some embellishments from lace…so thanks to Manisha dii for giving me opportunity 😊
And I’m super happy with this finished project.

Have a look…


I made purse hanging for myself . I love to make different purse hanging and this one is my favourite now. I loved all the material which is sent by madras bazaar.


Then I have made this cute little bow embellishment for my scrapbook. We can use it as bookmark.

Please visit quick video tutorial on lace flower making 😊

Materials used –

fused pearl string



metal charm

resin flatback

Micky flateback
Hope you like it



Dress up the Mannequin

A very warm good morning to you all.

HELLO ,amigos hope you are having a wonderful day !

Well today is not just a regular day for me ! its a very special one because

no. 1 : I was able to surprise my dearest inspiration (my mom) ! and

no.2  : because I worked outside my comfort zone and I’m super duper happy with the result !

This project has been on my mind since long (like the to d wish list since first when i encountered it )

And its very close to my heart as I’m gifting it to my mom who loves to stitch and loves vintage .

So I combined the 2 and created this beautiful(I’m taking the liberty to call it so ) I even used her old hoop (like 20 years old) and used it up in the project too.

So lets check out the sneak peak

These Effiletower chippies are gorgeous and MB has these at some amazing deals

The bob-in roll also stole from her sew box and that little tape too , i had done , as she never would let me use it otherwise  😛 (sorry mom , but i know you will love this )

The stone chain is at the best quality at the store and can add the perfect needed glam

That chic bow and also check out the gorgeous lace trim from madras bazaar ! It’s totally a must have !

The pearls are available in the store. ( huge huge size range and gorgeous colors).

Love this dull lighting picture – make its so soft and more adorable ❤

So here is the reveal ! its to die for ! these mannequins arr like the immediate things everyone should be doing as trust me these are addictive ,great prices at the store of MB so check out before stock out !

(I used a white mannequin , I bet you can’t make out as I gesso and then spray-painted it. It does look vintage !)

I used a scrapbooking paper to create the pleated dress.

The base is wooden with pebbles and the glass dome has the cutest ballerina sitting inside in its pose (its my collectible since I was in 4th  standard -and i had the perfect opportunity to use it )

Completed the look with few more chippies, buttons, pearls and charms to add more vintage charm .

I hope you liked what I created and you get inspired to create one for sure.






Materials used


fused pearl string

white pearl with stone chain



Paris Eiffel tower wooden

Flat pearl

Casting Resin, June, Metal Charms

Resin Fridge Magnets

Hello everyone,

I am back with my second project for this month.

How about some resin fridge magnets this time?1

Let me show you how I made it.

Materials used are sourced from Madras bazaar.


  • Varnish your sticker or whatever paper cutouts you are using. Here I have drawn Nemo(fish) and grass and painted with acrylic colours.


  • Mix Resin and hardner in 10:4 ration in a measuring cup with the help of spatula and let it sit for 10mins.


Pour Resin into the mold such that it’s half filled



  • Now insert your embedments in resin. Here I have placed fish and grass up side down in one and cycle metal charm in other. Make sure fish and grass stays to the bottom and do not float.



  • Let it sit for 2-3 hours after that sprinkle some confetti.


  • Mix fresh batch of resin and hardner and add inks to it. I have mixed yellow and teal in two separate cups.


  • Let it sit for 1 hour and then pour it on previously poured resin and allow it to cure for atleast 12-14 hours.



  • Pop it out from molds. Stick magnets on back side and your magnets are ready. You can make personalised magnets too. So what are you waiting for…make your own cute fridge magnets.

Check the Tutorial Video

Happy crafting 😊



Products Used:

Casting Resin

Resin Mold

Clay Heart Sprinkles 

Metal Charm

Resin Dyes

Solid heart Glitters





Mixed media with charms and embellishments

Hello guys
This is Riddhi here, and would like to share my first DT post for Madras Bazaar ..
I have made altered box with recycling my colour box.
I always try to do mix media..
And so I got a chance to try something totally different from my style..
As I always use flowers and pearls..I personally love flower and pearls for decorating my projects..
Thanks madras bazaar for giving me the opportunity to make something different from my style..

So here it is..


I have used heavy gesso on the box..then I have arranged gorgeous embellishments which I got from Madras Bazaar, after drying gesso..I painted colours on it..

I love to play with different colours every time..this time I have used purple and gold yellow for my project..

I used gold alcohol splash for the shading…
Then I added sequence from “peacock feather ” collection, and I just love the mixture of colours…

Products Used



Metal charms


Quick and Easy Lacy Card

Hello dear readers ,
wishing u a bright morning !

I’m on  the blog today to share a new style of card which would be perfect for the last minute gifts as it takes about 30 mins to make ! and looks sturdy and gorgeous with ample of space and pockets for the write ups and pictures!(it has a secret pocket too :P)
so without a further  a do lets check out what we r gona make 🙂
i used the pearls of different sizes to create dimension on the card front
so here is the card ! isn’t the Dollie perfectly matching the flower !(handmade lace flower , the tutorial also attached below )
birthday blessings for sure  ❤
pockets and removable tags and apple space to fill in loads of more tags and pictures
surprise surprise more space !
hope u like  what u see , so now lets get making !
STEP 1 : take a cardstock of size 12 inches *10 inches
and score 12 inches side at 5 1/2 and 6 1/2 inches
and store the 10 inches side at 7 inches score line
this way we have a hinge and to cabin blocks , add tacky tape as shown in the picture and stick alog to create pockets .
STEP 2 :repeat it again on a new piece of card stock
STEP 3 : attach the 2 cards as shown in the picture leaving one side open (op) for the secret pocket
STEP 4 :you will end up with something like this
STEP 5 : to one of the side add the tacky tape(this should  be ur front ) and add the lace trim
STEP 6 : no flip over and stick the green card stock to the back of the card
STEP 7 :for the top  add the glitter card-stock ,I used the dcwv stack page  for this as it served perfect contrast .
the rest u can add a Dollie and a contrasting flower to finish the cover

Tutorial to make the lace flower

 I used the lace trim from my stash and layered it on a piece of paper sticking using glue gun  as shown in the pictures to create a double layered flower
tada ! we r done , now add embellishments, pearls, die-cuts from ur stash to make the card more happening 🙂
Products Used :