and I LOVE it! There is so much detail in this stamp it is Gorgeous with a capital G. I can see me making a lot of cards with this one.
I used the stamp with black archival ink and embossed it with clear powder then I created the scene with distress inks and masks and this months NDC stamp (they are mega useful too).
I made the card for the first Sketch Challenge over at Ginas Designs – you should have a go there is a $10 gift certificate up for grabs!
Clarity Stamps Filigraphy Balloon, Happy Word set and NDC stamp
Ginas Designs Cardstock Doily Set Intricates
Fancy Pants Papers
Ginas Designs First Sketch Challenge
Hi there bloggers, today it is my turn to make the sketch over at the Friday Sketch Challenge so here it is:
I have made my Mum’s Birthday card so lets hope she doesn’t read this (I don’t think she will as last time I spoke to here she didn’t have a working PC) I used the Hunkydory Lovely Ladies collection for the topper and the two panels. I stamped the background of the card with a free stamp from the Craft Stamper magazine.
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
I made this card for my Nephews birthday using the Hunkydory Family Blockbuster that I bought from Create and Craft recently.
The sketch I used is this weeks one over at the Friday Sketch Challenge which is sponsored by the lovely Stamp Fairy, we have a gift certificate up for grabs so why not have a go.
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
My DT card for the Friday Sketch Challenge this week features items from A Walk in the Countryside CD. I purchased this a while ago when it was on Create and Craft but have not used it up until now.
The main image has been triple embossed and all the papers, image and embellishments are from the CD, except the leaves, which are cut using a new Crafts Too die available at Cullen Crafts. The Thank You stamp is from the Chronology Freebie set that came with the Docrafts Magazine.
Well its a little bit different for me anyway. I bought the Hunkydory Spring Pearls kit and here is the first of my cards I have made from it for our Friday Sketch Challenge reminder post:
Its time for another sketch over at Friday Sketch Challenge blog:
This fortnight we are sponsored by Noor design, so pop over and have a go.
I have been having yet another play with February’s Clarity Design Club stamp. This one was stamped with Versamark and then had Mica powder applied. I then cut up the squares and cut out the circle part and assembled them back together to give the 2 toned look to each corner.
Clarity Club Stamp for February
Spellbinders Victorian Lace Dies
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:
Craft us Crazy – Anything goes
Addicted to Stamps – must use a stamp
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