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:
SplodgeAway Easy Ink card
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)
I used a Stamp Fairy image for my card
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 (link above) coloured with Copic pens
B21, B23 and B26, Y35 Y38, E000, E00, N3, N5 and N7
Orange card from stash
SplodgeAway Dotty the Lot mask
Ribbon from Stash
Here are the other 2 things I made using the decorative diamond stamp from Oak House Studios for the One Stamp Project. For these two projects I used shrink plastic.
I used the stamp to make the kite for the wee boy to fly
I have saved the best until last in my opinion, I really love how this jewelry set came out and plan to run a class on how to make it at Cullen Crafts.
Today I have an engagement card for the Friday Sketch Challenge, made with the S.W.A.L.K. digi stamps from Crafters Companion. The papers are all from a freebie paper pack I have had in my stash for quite some time. The copics used to colour the image are E000 and E00 for the skin, B21, B23 and B26 for the clothes on the chap and R81, R83 and R85 for the lady’s dress. Hair colour on the lady is E011, E31 and E33, the man is E31, E33, and E35
Whilst commenting on some cards the other day I came across a challenge blog that was new to me called The ABC Challenge and the theme for the current challenge is I is for In Love. It just so happened that I have had this image on my craft table for a while and hadn’t used it, so I decided that now was the time and here is the result :
Its time for another challenge over at CBN and this month we have not one but 2 sponsors - Just Some Lines digital stamps and Petal Lu who makes wonderful flowers please come and enter with your spring or pastel project, I cant wait to see what you all come up with, here is my card:
I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges:
It’s time for a new sketch over at the Friday Sketch challenge blog and here it is:
Sometimes you just need a wee card for nothing other than to say hello and that is where this one comes in. I used my new stamp set from Oak House Studios called A Stitch in Time. I love how versatile this set is and I think the hearts make fab flowers don’t you? I used a few bits of Post it notes to mask off the heart shapes as I stamped the next and then I coloured the flower in using my Copics. The papers are from the Lucy Cromwell collection by Papermania and I triple embossed the button stamps to make them look a little more button like.
I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
I coloured this image in (from our sponsor over at Crafty Bloggers Network this month – only a few days left to enter the challenge) and was looking for an idea for a card to put it on, my best pal came up with the suggestion of a bucket shaped easel card. Well done Gina, this turned out exactly as I had imagined it which certainly doesn’t happen very often.
Image from Elisabeth Bell coloured with Copics
Spots and Stripes Paper by Docrafts
Sometimes you just have to do it don’t you? I do love a good play around with distress inks and stains. I had a go at making some background papers with acrylic paint and stamps but they didn’t quite work how I expected, so I got out the stains and inks and ended up with the two rectangles of paper and the splodges here:
Digital Stamp from 2 Cute Ink coloured with copic pens
Broken China distress stain and ink pad
Wild Honey Distress stain and ink pad
Anita’s 3d glaze
Splodge Away mask – Dotty the Lot