Cozy coffee layout- Vidhi Jadeja

Hello All,

Welcome again. When there has been a lot of background work going on with the blog and new paper packs coming up and when I had been so held up and sleepless, this little surprise came by..:-)

Lets hear it from our wonderful tribe mate, Vidhi!:-)



Hello !

Its Vidhi Jadeja from Mumbai, an artist by profession, an avid blogger, a doting daughter-in-law, a mother of two sweet little angels, a full-time homemaker, a compassionate person, a trained artist with post graduate in commerce and a Diploma in Fine Arts. All in one and not necessarily in the same order of priority.

Mix Media is a versatile Art. One can use it on simple Tag, Album, Altered Art, Card, Layouts and anywhere. It gives me immense freedom to use my creativity that I can translate into my projects. So, here I am, sharing with you my first DT project under “MY HAPPY PACKS”. It’s a ‘Mix-media’ layout from the new design paper pack ‘Hungry Cook’.

Love at first sight is the best way to describe how I felt after opening the pack. It has beautiful patterns papers, bright colours, amazing designs, doodled art, scribbled and tastefully made papers to set the mood of deliciousness.

So here is my mixed media layout from this amazing paper pack. I have selected three designs from this pack and I chose ‘winter’, ‘coffee’ and ‘together’ to shape my project.. and so it begins,

It was a wintery night, snowing on the hills all the while. The snow on mountains, running down the icy slopes on the sledge, appeared frozen and along with it came the aroma of the freshly ground coffee beans. It was a lovely night to sip it together and have some quality time…

Its was a perfect blend of coffee and warmth of togetherness!


Let’s begin our project, step by step…

  • To start with, I tore one design paper and placed it on another from the pack. After that I decided a place for my focal point (a photo) in layout. I layered my papers with clear gesso. Then I created texture with Modelling paste + Acrylic colour and stencils. Later, I stamped few prints here and there on paper with black and brown waterproof ink pads.
  • Then I used some ink sprays to add a dash of colours to my layout. I heat embossed some chipboards and mdf cut outs with white and gold embossing powder. Then I placed and layers, one by one, all chipboards, die cuts, fussy cut flowers, wooden embellishments and mulberry roses.  When everything was glued, I added crackle texture medium at some places to add more depth. After drying I applied white gesso on it to give snowy look.


  • I added some art mini & mega stones and micro beads with soft gloss gel to give more textures. Thick modelling paste was added to depict snow in the layout. I splattered some white colour and completed the look. Last and most important, dry brushing with white gesso was done.


I hope you guys liked her project! 🙂

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