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Time and Prima wait for no (Wo)man

Today I have for you a clock made by Gina’s designs decorated using the papers from my warehouse box from Prima. The box I got was packed full of goodies and in amongst it were some wonderful papers which as usual I didn’t want to give away (we have all been there I’m sure) so I decided to use them to decorate my clock with.

Wooden Clock with Prima Papers and flowers

I decided that the second hand really wasn’t the right colour (bright red lol) so I coloured it with copics (alcohol pens) and distress paint. The feathers are covered with wow embossing powder as is the string along I used.

New Clarity Stamp Challenge card

This month’s theme over on the Clarity Stamp Challenge blog is New Beginings so I made this New Home card.

New Home card with clarity stamps

I created a mask for the window both the shape of it and the inside cut out and a mask for the cat, all from post it notes. Using the Gelli plate I created a background, loading up the plate with a pale yellow first, then placing a dotty stencil on it and I put the mask of the window shape in place before pulling the first print. For the second print I loaded up with blue paint and stamped the swirls into it either side of where the window was going to be. Once I had my background I stamped out the cat, masked him off and stamped the window into the empty space, then masked off the window and stamped the trees. I realised then that the cat was levitating lol so I used some post it notes and made him a shelf to sit on. The window and frame are coloured with a mixture of Copic and Spectrum Noir pens and then I used clear embossing powder to “glaze” the windows. I cut the card down so it would fit the scalloped card with a matted border layer. I then stamped out the New Home tiles onto a spare piece of the Gelli plate background and stuck them on the card.

Supplies:
Window Stamp, Cat Stamp, NDC Trees Leafy Swirl
Gelli Plate
Theuva card
Acrylic Paint

Chalenges:

Clarity Stamp challenge 11 – New Beginings
Cards Galore – Anything goes
Seema Crafts – Anything goes

Christmas card with Rick St Dennis and SlodgeAway

Only another few days to enter our “Anything Goes challenge” over at Crafty Bloggers Network to win a prize from Rick St Dennis. Here is my inspiration Monday card using the cute little bear waiting at the North Pole.

Christmas card with Rick St Dennis and SlodgeAway

Rick St Denis sponsors Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge

Its time for a new challenge over at the Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge blog and this month we are sponsored by the talented Rick St Denis who has a whole range of digital stamps to suit almost everyone.

Here is my DT card

North Pole Christmas Card

Supplies:

Rick St Denis digi stamp: North Pole Coloured with Copics

Papermania papers

Tonic punch

Gold Mirror card

R is for Roses are red with SplodgeAway

Well ok they are not roses, but they are red :) When I started to colour this Bugaboo image , I had them in yellow, then I remembered that for the new challenge over at ABC challenges, they should be red, so I ended up colouring over the top. Thank goodness for Copic pens! I used a mask from SplodgeAway to make the background.

Roses Are Red card using mask from SplodgeAway

New challenge over at CBN, sponsored by Lacy Sunshine Stamps

The lovely Heather over at Lacy Sunshine stamps is very kindly sponsoring the Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge this month and the prize is a whopping $20 gift certificate!

Here is the my design team card:

CBN July 1 sponsored by Lacy Sunshine stamps

The image I used is called Lizabeth- Wild Daisies Digi Set, the papers just cried out to be used with her. I coloured her with copic’s and cut her out with a Nellie Snellen die. The theme this month is Metal Magic, so I used some rainbow mirror card for my flourishes (well its kind of metal isnt it!)

O is for Open over at the ABC challenge blog

I cannot believe that it is June 1st already, where has the time gone?? This time last year our lives changed forever with the loss of my Dad who left us far too early at the age of only 62. We still miss him, obviously, but if there is one thing I learned it is that life is too short and you only get one chance at it! With that in mind I was determined to try my hardest to get onto one or more design teams. Here I am now, a year later, on 2 challenge blog design teams and on the DT for a super company called Splodge Away that makes some wonderful products that are great fun to work with.

Around the same time, we started on the long road of trying to get a diagnosis for our son who we think has Asbergers (still on that long road but getting closer to an answer there). Whilst we don’t have a diagnosis as yet, or even bothered what the “label” is, we are finding it a lot easier to deal with his “quirks” and his special way of doing things. The same son has taken up playing the tin whistle and is loving it. Our younger Son has started with a local theater group and has just performed his first play, outside of school, in which he was a natural.

All in all I think we have had a year that Dad and Grandad would have been pleased with, I do believe he has been watching and is very proud of what we have all achieved.

Now onto the challenge over at the ABC challenge blog, as the title says, “o is for open” that’s right Anything Goes for this one and our wonderful sponsors are  Marker Pop and Paper Shelter

I used one of my Gelli plate printed Backgrounds and an image from the Paper shelter called Spring Swing II

o is for open - ABC challenge

Splodge Away Elegance Card review

Hi there folks, this week on the Splodge Away blog my fellow teamies are giving you their thoughts on the Elegance card, today it is  my review of the  card, head over and have a look to see what everyone thinks.

Here is the card I made:

Sending You Hugs with Clarity Stamp and Splodge Away

Materials used to create the frame:
Copic pens (sketch and ciao)
Scene inside the frame:
SplodgeAway Easy Ink card
Distress Inks
Creative Expresions stamp

N is for…Not just one

Hi there blog followers, its time for a new challenge over at the ABC challenge blog and the Challenge for this week is‘N for Not Just One’(Make a card with 3 or more embellishments)

Our wonderful sponsors this time are Lili of the Valley and the wonderful Stamp Fairy

I used a Stamp Fairy image for my card

Not Just One with Stamp Fairy and Ginas Designs

Supplies:
Stamp Fairy Image: Patsy April Showers coloured with Copic pens
Doily from Gina’s designs
DCWV paper
Ribbon and hatpins

Tommy Wizard from The Stamp Fairy

Here we have this weeks card made for the Friday Sketch Challenge featuring Tommy Wizard, I think he is so cute.

Tommy wizard digital stamp by the stamp fairy

Supplies:

Tommy Wizard digital stamp (link above) coloured with Copic pens
B21, B23 and B26, Y35 Y38, E000, E00, N3, N5 and N7
Orange card from stash
Papermania card
SplodgeAway Dotty the Lot mask
Ribbon from Stash
Spellbinders die

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