Sunday, 19 September 2010

Challenge #31

Here is my DT card for OSAAT (One Stitch at at Time) Challenge this week.  Please click HERE to see the other DT inspiration and enter our challenge this week.  Lots of prizes on offer - don't miss the chance of winning!  Good luck, see you there.

Challenge #Birthdays  Paper Romance
Challenge #Flowers Totally Gorjuss
Challenge #Flowers  Scrappy Frogs
This is a project I did for One Stitch at a Time Challenge blog - having recently joined the DT team.  This is a image called "Precious" by Beary Dust available at the Beary Store.


 
I coloured with copics pens and used a silver gel glitter pen to highlight the crackle background effect.  I was going to use an embossing pen and emboss but unfortunately I seem to have misplaced it.  To tone image in with back ground I used some more copics pens forgetting that I had just bought a brown distressing ink.

The papers were some I had in my stash that were part of a multi-buy from Create and Craft (mixed bag - unknown exactly what was in the surprise box).  The theme was sending a card home and although it doesn't should up clearly I used some backing paper with some world maps on.

The flourishes were cut using a Marianne die and I embellished with flowers and pearls.

Challenge #31

Here is my DT card for OSAAT (One Stitch at at Time) Challenge this week.  Please click HERE to see the other DT inspiration and enter our challenge this week.  Lots of prizes on offer - don't miss the chance of winning!  Good luck, see you there.


This is a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "Thompson and Sophie" by Mizumedia designs and coloured with copics.
This is quite a simple card I ripped edge of image and distressed with a distressing ink pad (cordroy) and mounted on some paperstock (papers from a paper stack in my crafting stash).  The flower and flourish embellishments were cut with a Marianne dies and the flowers were distressed around the edges with the same ink pad.  The flowers were finished off with a button.