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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Thursday, 19 August 2010

Double Love

Challenge # 33  Sketch  Create4fun 
Challenge #103 Glitter and Glitz  My time to craft

For this project I used two digi's from Mo's Digital Pencil and coloured with copics and a silver glitter pen.  I distressed the edges with a blue distressing ink pad and added stickles to the angels wings and ground.  I used a Nestibilities die to cut the image and a corner punch to round all the corners.  The border punch was a Martha Stewart punch.

The papers were from Crafters Companion and Joanna Sheen. 

The card was finished with some pearls, flowers and leaves.

Fairy Squiggle

Challenge #Glitter   Pocket Full of Posies
Challenge # Sparkle and shine  Creative Card Crew 
Challenge #36 Green and Pink  Pennys Papercrafty
Challenge #74 Sketch  Creative Inspirations 

For this project I chose a digi stamp from Bella's Studio which I thought was cute and quirky.  I coloured with copic pens plus a silver glitter pen.

I added stickles to the wings of the fairy and ground I then glazed the fairy with diamond glaze to give her a raised shinny effect.

I used a Nestibilities die to cut the image then embossed the edges by running it through a cuttlebug again.  I then used a silver leaf pen to the edges for dimension.

The sketch was from Papertake Weekly and the backing papers were from Crafters Companion and Joanna Sheen's Precious Petals CD Rom.

The border was cut using a Martha Stewart border punch to which I added a couple of pieces of ribbon and the flowers were from Wildorchid Crafts.