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Glorious Succulents – September 2020 Release Inspiration by guest designer Devanshi

Hi everyone, hope you all are doing good. :-) With over 7 years of experience, my passion has always been crafting. I have been taking classes for children for arts and crafts from 2013. I started An Art Story by Devanshi in 2018 with the aim to spread happiness through handmade card, scrapbooks, envelopes, boxes and much more. I have also worked in collaboration with other local crafters and vendors to provide personalized gifting options. Above everything else, I look at myself as a learner who is always curious and enthusiastic about learning new techniques in the crafting world, be it quilling, foam flower making, or decoupage. I hope to soon learn mixed media and further build on my skills.

For my first guest post here on, I would like to share two projects:

Gift Tag

Minimalistic, hand-painted gifts tags that can be used for all occasions.

Key Ingredients:

  1. Succulent – Thrillers Digital Stamps

  2. Handle With Care Digital Stamps

  3. More Pretty Planters Digital Stamps

  4. Gift-tag punch

  5. Ribbon

  6. Coloring medium and Brown Card Stock


  1. Print and cut the required design from Varada Sharma’s Digital Stamps and paint using watercolor.

  2. Use the gift tag punch with brown cardstock to get the required tag shape. Using golden metallic acrylic color paint, make the desired texture top.

  3. Stick the painted stamp on the card stock.

  4. Add a ribbon to the hole at the top and your tag is ready to use.


Envelopes that can be personalized for all occasions.

Key Ingredients:

  1. Succulent – Thrillers Digital Stamps

  2. Envelope Base

  3. Square Stencil, Distress Inks in Green and Yellow

  4. ‘Congratulations’ Stamp

  5. Coloring mediums

  6. Jute roll and such for embellishments


  1. Start by printing and cut out the digital stamped image. Color using your favorite coloring medium.

  2. Cut out a banner shape. Blend some distress ink on all sides of it and stamp the sentiment.

  3. On the envelope base, use the square stencil and distress using green ink.

  4. Cut out two rectangle pieces from the jute roll and paste it on the left side of the envelope using tape. Next to the jute pieces, stick the banner shaped cutout.

  5. Finally, on top of the jute layer, adhere the a yellow distressed circle cutout with the painted succulent on top

Thank you all for reading! Check out more such customized gift options on Instagram and Facebook at – @anartstorybydevanshi.

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