Saturday, May 31, 2014
Time for a hop with Sketch Saturday
Little Miss Muffet Stamps is sponsoring the current Challenge at Sketch Saturday, (please pop over to Sketch Saturday for all the details) and this week, it's a special week...
Today, Sketch Saturday is celebrating 6 years! Jo Edwards posted the very first sketch Challenge on May 31 2008.To help celebrate 6 years of sketches, we are having a Blog Hop with Little Miss Jo, and the Sketch Saturday Design Team! There are prizes hidden along the Blog Hop, so leave a comment at each stop on the Hop to maximize your chances of winning!
My card features sketch #238 along with Polka Dot Pals Heidi.
Here is all of the lovely ladies participating in the hop.
Sunday, May 25, 2014
Black, White and one more
Today starts a new challenge at Totally Tilda and our theme is black, white and one more.
This week we are very lucky to be sponsored by the lovely The Ribbon Girl
If you haven't been over to the Ribbon Girl shop you should go and have a peek at all the lovely goodies for sale over there .... everything is so yummy !!
Thank you so much for sponsoring us xx.
For my card I chose Tripping Flower Tilda along with black, white and orange.
Here is a close up. I colored her with the following Copics:
- Skin – E11, E21, E00, E000, R12
- Clothes – YR09, YR16, YR15
- Hair – 100, C9, C7, C5, C3
Thanks for stopping by and visiting. Stop by Totally Tilda and join the fun.
Saturday, May 24, 2014
At the Little Miss Muffet challenge blog there is an anything goes challenge. Here is my inspiration for this challenge.
I chose to use the red rubber The Girl with a fan. She is only available for a limited time so go on over to Little Miss Muffet stamps and check her out along with her friends.
Instead of making her into a card I decided to add another page to my journal. The fence and the clock I added aged gold frantage to give them the antique look. The sentiment is from Tim Holtz and I colored the image with Copics.
Thanks for stopping by and visiting and be sure to head on over to Little Miss Muffet and check out the challenge and these great stamps.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
At Make it Colourful this month our challenge is Creative Coloring. What does that mean? Well, we want to see different skin combos for the easy challenge or take an image and alter it using coloring. Fantastic challenge and yes it is a challenge!
I wasn’t brave enough, or artistic enough, to tackle the hard challenge of altering an image so I decided to go with a different skin combo.
I chose Pipi Faye digital stamp for my image. I printed her light onto Make it Colour blending card.
Here is a close up and a listing of colors. I have to thank Zoe for the hair and dress color combo, it looks really good with the cherry blossom skin color. Speaking of cherry blossom have you checked out Jennifer Dove’s blog? She does great tags with color combos which is where I got the cherry blossom from.
- Skin – RV11, BV20, R00
- Wings – YG11, RV11, BV20
- Hair – E18, YR27, YR14
- Dress – YR23, Y15, Y11, Y00
- Grass – YG95. YG93, YG03, distress markers
- Sky – B01, B00, B000, B0000
Thanks for stopping by and visiting.
It is time for a new challenge at Totally Tilda and to celebrate boss lady Susie's BIG Birthday we are celebrating the occasion with the theme of
***PRINCESS TILDA ***
All you need is a TILDA image from the Princess Collection or better still use a TILDA image wearing a Crown/Tiara. There are lots of them to choose from.
Our generous Sponsor for this challenge is
Nikki from Bunny-Zoe crafts
And the Prize from Bunny-Zoe crafts.com is
For my card I chose to use Happy Princess Tilda from the Once Upon a Time collection.
I used my Silhouette Cameo to make the shape of the card and also the princess crown at the top. I sprinkled on Stampendous Frantage Embossing enamels, added a doily, flowers and butterflies all in shades of pink.
I stamped Tilda on to Make it Colour blending card with Tim Holtz distress ink – spun sugar and colored her with the following Copics
Thanks for stopping by and visiting. Be sure to hop on over to Totally Tilda and check out the lovely DT princess creations.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Had a play today with Emma – Bloom Beautiful from Tiddly Inks.
What do you think? Tried something a little different with this one, deliberately cut the die so that it was even with the edge of the card, I liked the papers and didn’t want to cover them up. I do like the way this turned out.
Here is a close up of Emma. I added polka dots to her skirt because I wanted a pattern skirt instead of a solid one. I used a copic fine line pen to do this.
I colored her with the following Copics:
- Skin – E11, E21, E00, E000, R11
- Clothes – BG78, BG75, BG72, E81
- Shoes – E84, E81
- Hair – E49, E47. E44, E43
I would like to participate in the following challenges:
- Tiddly Inks challenge blog – flowers
- Kit and Clowder – flowers
Thanks for stopping by and visiting.
Tag–it’s about me
Over on Tim Holtz’s blog he is doing the 12 tags and for May I thought I would give it a try. This month it is a creative composition assignment. While I was thinking about my tag and what I wanted to put on it I decided that not only are these things some of my favorites but they are also me.
Here is my tag.
Let me tell you what each of these things mean to me:
- Flag and bird – freedom to fly free and be me
- Gears – the thoughts of creativity
- Key – the ability to unlock the creativity
- Keyhole – ability to see things differently
- Collections – lots of little great little trinkets
- Phrase – explore, create, experiment
Thanks for stopping by and visiting and hope you like my tag.
Thursday, May 1, 2014
On Facebook in the Make it Crafty group Zoe challenged whoever wanted to join to color the boot house from the store and I decided to join in.
I used the boot house digital stamp and sized it to the same size as the rubber stamp and then I printed .... in a light color so the lines wouldn't show when I was finished. I am really addicted to coloring without lines. At first I was intimidated but the more I did the easier, and more challenging, it became. When I started this one I wanted it to be a fun boot house so I chose bright, fun colors. I printed this on my trusty Kodak printer and then colored it with Copics.
Here is a close up of the boot house
Make it Crafty Products
Copics - YR27, YR68, YR15, C4, C1, C0, E79, E57, E35, E31, Y28, Y26, V09, V06, V05, B06, B04, B02, B00, YG97, YG95, YG93, BV34, Y04, YR16, W3, E51, E55, G21, Booo
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