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More inspiration for Glorious Succulents September 2020 Release by guest designer Devanshi

Hi crafty friends, it’s Devanshi here again from An Art Story by Devanshi.

I have two more projects to share with you today using this month’s Glorious Succulents September 2020 Release for Digital Stamps by Varada Sharma.

Miniature Key Holder

Key Ingredients:

  1. Handle With Care Digital Stamps

  2. More Pretty Planters Digital Stamps

  3. Succulent Fillers Digital Stamps

  4. Succulent Spillers Digital Stamps

  5. Succulent Thrillers Digital Stamps

  6. White Card Stock

  7. Coloring medium

  8. Paper Pins


  1. Using the white card stock make a rectangular box of the desired size.

  2. Draw a vase shape on the white card stock. Cut it out and paint is using brown water color. Repeat this step to get two vases of the same shape and color.

  3. Stick the two vases on either side on the length of the box.

  4. On the front vase, punch three holes to add paper pins at the bottom to hold the keys.

  5. Now, cut of different plant stamps from Varada Sharma’s Digital Stamps and paint them using water colors.

  6. On the top of the box, make small slits using a blade to insert the stamps such that the stamps face the same side as the paper pins.

  7. Your keyholder is now ready for use.

Handmade Card

Handmade card for any occasion

Key Ingredients:

  1. Succulent Thrillers Digital Stamps

  2. White Card Stock

  3. Cloud Stencil

  4. Green and Yellow Distress Ink

  5. Coloring medium


  1. Cut the white card stock in the desired size.

  2. Fold it in the middle.

  3. On the front, use the cloud stencil and distress using yellow ink to get the sky effect.

  4. Use the desired design from Varada Sharma’s Digital Stamps and paint it green using watercolors.

  5. Stick the stamp on the card at the bottom left end.

Here is your easy guide to making special personalized cards to make every occasion special.

Thank you all for reading! Check out more such customized gift options on Instagram and Facebook at – An Art Story by Devanshi.

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