Saturday, 7 August 2010

Just to say

Challenge #77 sketch

For this card I chose a Sassy Cheryl's digital stamp.  The image was coloured with copics and I used some stickles to the pathway.

The sketch was from the pink elephant.

The papers were from Crafters Companion and I used a Cuttlebug folder to create the embossed frame.  The flowers were made using cuttlebug dies and finished off with some gems and brads.

Baby boy

Challenge #19 Your Favourite Stamp

For this card I chose a digi image from Digi Doodle - my favourite stamp is always the one I feel I want to use.

The image was coloured with copic pens and the backing papers were from Crafters Companion and Colour my world CD Rom.

The card was finished with a ribbon and some gems.


Challenge # 101 Let's eat cake or drink it up

For this project I chose the other new digi release from Elisabeth Bell and coloured her with copic pens.  Fine liner pen created the faux stitching effect.

The backing papers were from Colour my world and Crafters Companion.  The border and corner of the main image was cut with Martha Stewart punches and a corner punch was used for the rounded corners.

The whole thing was finished with a couple of ribbons and gems.


I love you this much take II

Challenge #31 Sketch

For this challenge I used the same stamp I used earlier from Elisabeth Bell's Digi Collection.  I coloured her with copics as is my favourite medium at the moment.  I used the sketch from Create4fun.

I used a Martha Stewart punch to cut the border and corners of the main image and a Cuttlebug die for the flower embellishments.

The papers were from "Colour my world" CD Rom and Crafters Companion.

I used some ribbon and gems to complete this card.

I love you this much!

Challenge #115

For this project I chose to use an Elisabeth Bell digi image - this one is called "I love you this much" and is one of her new releases and I couldn't wait to use it.

The image was coloured with copic pens and a fine liner was used to create the faux stitching border.  I used a Nestibilities die to cut the main image and matting.  The plain red border and polka dot were cut using another Nestibilities border die and then embossed to create the daisy pattern.  The heart embellishment was part of the daisy border set.

The papers were from "Forever Friends" CD Rom and Crafters Companion.  The colour red is a particular favourite of mine at the moment and I particularly just love the vibrancy and freshness.

The sketch design was used from "Sketch Saturday".

Finally the card was finished with ribbon and gem embellishments.