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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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Wednesday, 1 September 2010

Baby boy

Challenge #40 Sketch  Truly Scrumptious
For this project I chose another digi image from Beary stamps called "BabyCrawling" by  Sylvia's Designs.  Again this image has been coloured with copic pens and colours are as in photo.


I used a border punch to cut the decorative edges.  The papers were from Crafters Companion and Create and Craft.


I added some pearl embellishments to finish project.

Lucy's Ted

hallenge #Sketch Stamp with fun
Challenge #Anything goes A Crafty little place
Challenge #Just the one Papertake weekly
For this project I chose a digital stamp from Stitchy bear called "Lucy's Ted" by Jenni Hamilton which I absolutely love.  I think this is such a cute image and works well as a Birthday card, Get Well or Thinking of you. 

I coloured this image with copics as below

The pattern papers were some I found unused in my stash which were part of a multi-buy from Create and Craft.  I'm loving these papers now - funny how you can change your mind over time!  The gold mirri card was also from Create and Craft and the pale pink cardstock was from Crafters Companion.


I used a gold embossing powder to edge the frame of the girl.  The punch was a border punch called (I think) Swedish cheese!

I used the sketch from Stamp for fun and embellished with flowers from Wildorchid and a couple of pearls.