Cuddly Buddly

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Grew up in the era of make and mend so have always been crafty. Love trying new things and in particularly love Art and Crafts. My favourite techniques are colouring with different mediums and altered art. Always happy to try new things.

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Tuesday, 10 August 2010


Challenge #103  Lace
Challenge #116 Let's get Sketchy

For this project I used another stamp I have from the Precious Moments Collection.  The image was coloured with copics and I used gel and glitter pens for embellishments - such as hair clips, circles on trousers and flowers on clothing.  I used a fine liner pen for border.

The papers were left over bits from other projects.  I added lace, paper flowers, gems and pearl ribbon to embellish card.

The sketch was from A spoonful of sugar

Smell the flowers

Challenge #103 Check It Out
Challenge # Embossable

For this project I used a stamp I've had for a while but not used.  I can't remember the name of them only that they are done in the style of the "Love Is" characters that were popular in the 1970's.

I used copic pens to colour this image and used a purple/pink glitter pen for the hearts on the girl's dress and hair ribbons.  I used a blue gel pen for the hair clip on the other girl's hair. A fine liner was used to create the faux stitching.

The papers were from Bells Ballet CD Rom.  I chose check and floral pattern papers for this project and I used two Cuttlebug folders to emboss the corners and middle section.

Moody blues

Challenge #71 Lilac and Blue

For this project I used a Christine Haworth stamp - she has done many paintings which have been made into stamps and ornaments.

Here's the version I did using watercolouring paper

I used a blue distressing ink pad and used a wet paint brush to create effect.  I cut the image topper at an angle and edged with faux stitching using a fine liner pen.  The backing papers were from Belles Ballet CD Rom and Crafters Companion.

I added some pearl gems to complete project.