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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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Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Leggs

Challenge #Sketch  Card Patterns
Challenge #Stitching  Sweet Stamp
Challenge #Pile on the flowers  Whoopsi daisy



For this project I chose a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "Leggs" - I love this image - she's soo cute!


I coloured her with copics on Cryogen white cardstock and used the sketch from Card Patterns.  The pattern paper was from a Ooh la la CD Rom.  I used a fine liner pen for the faux stitching effect.


And finished with peel-offs to create the strips, flowers and a couple of sparkling clear gems.

Bright Eyes

Challenge # Sketch  Sketch Saturday
Challenge #Glitter that project up  For Fun Challenges
Challenge #Autumn   Everybody-Art-Challenge

For this project I used a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "Bright eyes" which I thought would work well with the Autumn theme which is popular at the moment.

I used copics to colour her and a little stickles was added to leaf on main image.  I used a bronze brilliance ink pad to distress the edges and blend in with the cardstock.

I used a Martha Stewart punch (doily) to cut decorative edge and one of her leaf punches to cut the leaves.
I added ribbon, flowers, beads and brads to finish this project.