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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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Sunday, 12 September 2010

Acorns

Challenge #43 Sketch  The Sugar Bowl
Challenge # Anything goes  Your Next Stamp

I used a Sugar Nellies for this project and coloured with copic pens and a glitter SPICA pen.

I used Judy's sketch from the Sugar bowl and backing papers from Dovecraft Eastern Promise and Crafters Companion.

The circle and flourishes have all been cut using Marianne dies.

And finally I added some pearls for the faux tab effect.

Autumn Days

Challenge #43  Sketch  The Sugar Bowl
Challenge #Anything goes  Scappekammeret


For this project I chose a Sugar Nellies stamp I have had for a long time but haven't used as yet - I don't know why because I love these images.

I coloured with copic pens and distressed with a cordroy distressing ink pad.  The die is a Nestabilities.

The sketch used is from the sugar bowl.  The backing papers were from Create and Craft and Crafters Companion.  I cut out the leaf and then used distressed stickles for the glittery effect.
I embellished with ribbons, pearls and buttons.

Challenge #30 Cameron's Challenge

This week's challenge at One Stitch At A Time is a particularly special challenge - it's  to make a special "Rainbow Themed" card.  To explain the significance of the Rainbow please click on this link to find out more about very special little boy named Cameron.   Please read his story For the love of Cameron

This card was made using a Beary Dust image from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique.

Join this week's challenge 10 terrific prizes -  check it out - plus a prize for children.  Enter now, don't forget the rainbow theme use your imagination and let the creative juices flow.  Good luck

Best wishes