Casting Resin, Challenge, Mold, november, October

Winner of #Madrasbazaarresinchallenge5Festive

Hello Friends,

Today we are here to announce the winner  of


this time we had very less entry, only 8 entry and 4 participants

we were expecting many glittery stuffs and sparkling but looks like everyone was busy this festive in sparkling there house for diwali.. No problem so we are here to announce winner for the challenge

We liked the sparkly glittery colorful Unicorn by Priya Praveen

Materials used
1. Resin
2. Glitters
3. Mold
4. Sticker

Congrats Priya


please send us your details at



Casting Resin, Challenge, October

Madrasbazaar Resin Challenge #5 – Festive

You can create anything Resin,
With “Diwali”or “Dussera” Theme in it.
Don’t forget to add the touch of DAZZLE,SPRAKLE & SHINE to your project.
Keep in mind, Madrasbazaar products as focus.

  • Last date of submission is 31st October ,2018.challenge 5

Challenge Rules

  • You can create anything with Resin
  • The most important part is that, you have to USE AT LEAST TWO MADRASBAZAAR PRODUCT FROM MADRASBAZAAR STORE to make your project.(It can be anything from the store!!!)
  • MADRASBAZAAR PRODUCT used should be the FOCUS of your project.
    If you do not have any products from us, You can purchase them from the store.
  • Do tell us in your post what product you have used from our store.
  • Last date of submission 31st October ,2018.
  • Post your entry in facebook at

    Resin Craft India

    or if you still face trouble to add your creations kindly drop your creations link/blog links/ facebook page links/ pictures at

    • To submit your creations for the challenge and to share them on social media, please use #MadrasbazaarResinChallenge5Festive” to qualify for submission,failing to do so, the entry would be disqualified.
    • You can enter as many as 3 times for a single challenge
    • Do not forget to follow us on Instagram.

    So do join in our October challenge to win amazing prizes.


Manisha Bisani

GDT, October, Pearl Spray

Guest Design Post: Mixed Media Cards & ATCs By Preeti Datta

Hi Friends 🙂

Goodmorning! We have a new Guest Designer for you today.  We hope you will join us in welcoming her and be inspired to try out some of the beautiful projects she shares.

Preeti Datta

Preeti Badge copy



Preeti D. (aka Dutt Preety) here. Hope you are having a pleasant week so far. I’d like to thank Manisha, the wonderful owner of Madras Bazaar for inviting me to be a Guest Designer. A little about myself, I’ve studied Clinical Psychology and work as a Psychologist and Talent Acquisition Specialist. I love paper crafting and have an eclectic style. I mostly make Mixed Media and Clean and Simple Projects. Card making is my passion and I also like making layouts, tags, canvases and doing art journalling.

I have three Mixed Media projects to share with you today, so let’s get started.

Floral Mixed Media Card






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1. For this card which measures 4 by 7 inches, I used snippets of cardstock, gauze, jute twine, dried twigs & leaves. Adhered all the elements to the card using matte gel
2. Added modeling paste through a stencil for added texture
3. Stamped the background with black archival ink
4. Applied white gesso on the elements and once it was dry, added color using the Pearl Ink Sprays- Charcoal Black & Shock Blue
5. Added flowers to the composition, dry brushed some white gesso on them and then for sparkle using soft gloss gel added some Madras Bazaar Fine Glitter- Diamond Crystal
6. In the end, added the sentiment with Tim Holtz stickers & Gem Stickers and more sparkle with Madras Bazaar Sequins- Ocean Breeze

Autumn Inspired Mixed Media Card

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  1. This card measures 4 by 7 inches
  2. Did dry embossing onto colored cardstock using leaf dies, then sprayed Madras Bazaar Pearl Ink Sprays- Vibrant green & Charcoal Black onto these & fussy cut the leaf images
  3. Heat embossed onto black cardstock using a background script stamp & white and orange embossing powders
  4. Adhered the black mat onto the cardbase using foam tape & layered on tag die cuts (colored with the Vibrant Green Pearl Ink Spray), thanks die cut, the fussy cut leaves and gauze onto the black mat using glue and foam tape.
  5. Using Matte gel added Fine Glitter-Diamond Crystal & Madras Bazaar Sequins- Ocean Breeze
  6. In the end, added twine bows for a fuller look, created white splatter and added a couple of word stickers

Artist Trading Cards or ATCs





Artist Trading Cards or ATCs are miniature pieces of art. These are 2.5 by 3.5 inches in size and they are swapped between artists & crafters. These can be created in a set around a certain theme. For example, in the set of ATCs I have made, there are 3 in it and they are all made using the same colors and style. I wanted these to be simple, flat & easy to re-create.


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  1. Cut thick white cardstock to the ATC size of 2.5 by 3.5 inches
  2. Spray on colors using three Madras Bazaar Pearl Ink Sprays
  3. Stamp on the ATCs using Archival Black Ink
  4. Add background stenciling by scribbling a black zig marker through the Tim Holtz dot fade stencil and then spray on water
  5. Darken the edges of the ATCs with Black archival ink and a blending tool & foam
  6. In the end, add a border and dots using white acrylic paint & titles using Tim Holtz stickers

That’s all for today. Hope you liked the projects and will give them a go 🙂

Thanks for your precious time 🙂

Stay Blessed.

Preeti D.