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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COPYRIGHT NOTICE Please take a look at my work, you are more than welcome to take inspiration from designs but please do not copy any of my cards or use any of the ideas as your own.

All content referring to photographs, text and design projects are the work of uk-sharon-colouringforpleasure.

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Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Hello doggie

For this project I used a Mo Manning digital stamp from Mo's Digital Pencil and coloured with the following copic pens.  I used a blue distressing ink to distress the edges of the image and cut with a Nestibilities die.

The sketch was from Sketchnstash and the papers were from Crafters Companion.

The card was finished with ribbon, brads and pearl gems.


Challenge # Autumn colours

I made this card for the Belles n Whistles challenge using one of their stamps drawn by Elisabeth Bell.  I used the copic pens below to colour the image.

I used two dies together (rectangle)  to create the die cut and embossed with a polka dot Cuttlebug embossing folder.  The papers were all from Crafters Companion.

A Marianne die was used for the swirls and flowers.  A ribbon and gems which added to complete project.


Challenge #27 It's our birthday
Challenge #19  Anything goes
Challenge #72  Sketch

For this  project I used an Elisabeth Bell stamp from Belles n Whistles and coloured with copic pens.

I cut the image with a Nestibilities die and inked the edges using a Bronze brilliance ink pad.

The sketch was from Stamping for Fun.

The backing papers were from Crafters Companion.  Ribbons, brad and a gem were added to complete design.