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Cards by Guest Designers Dots to Lines

Posted on January 10 2018

We would like to introduce you to our January Guest Designers Dots to LinesSunila and Aditi!



My mother- Sunila Mahajan and me- Aditi Mahajan, started Dots to Lines and our forte is home decor, mixed media, paper crafting and altered art.  A brief background about us:
 
Sunila Mahajan - has a diploma in commercial art, and displays her artworks in various galleries across the world. She has also worked as a Graphic Designer at Hameed Mugal, Kenya. Aditi Mahajan- With an MSc. in Clinical Psychology and Dip. in Special Education, has taken up arts and crafts since school days and also practiced art therapy when working with children with special needs. She took up an art course from School of Visual Arts, New York. 
 
Crafting thus has been a part of daily activities mostly in the form of various altered projects or making gifts. We run a home decor business by the name of Dots to Lines and we handcraft products using techniques of mixed media and decoupage. We are into paper-crafting, layouts, journaling, album making and scrapbooking as well. Our style of art and craft is a fusion of techniques and use of vibrant colors. We aim to spread joy. We cater to all home decor needs and personalized gifting.

Now onto Sunila's & Aditi's first Guest Design Team project.....

Hello everyone! We are so thrilled to be Guest Designing for Rinea! :-)
Today we've created a set of cards using the double-sided foiled papers. These papers are amazing, especially for any project that requires the vibrancy and bling!
We've used the Love and Metallics Variety Foiled Paper Pack for our cards!

Here's a look at them:

Valentine Card using Rinea Foiled Paper

Valentine Card using Rinea Foiled Paper

Valentine Card using Rinea Foiled Paper

Valentine Card using Rinea Foiled Paper

Valentine Card using Rinea Foiled Paper

Valentine Card using Rinea Foiled Paper
These were simple to create. All we did was, used a variety of dies and die cut papers and layered them together. We also embossed some with an embossing folder. For dimension, we used foam tape while layering them. We had our cards ready in a jiffy, without having to think about embellishing them, as the paper did everything! 
Hope you're inspired and happy crafting!
Sunila and Aditi
Dots to Lines

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