Thursday, 23 September 2010


Challenge # Sketch  Midnight Madness
Challenge # Emboss it  Digi doodles
Challenge # Show Em Who's Emboss  Stamp Insanity
Challenge # Keepit simple Robyns Fetish
Challenge # Monochrome Lots to do Challenges 
For this project I used a digi called "Attitude" from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique.  Great card for the boys.

I coloured him with copics and kept it quite simple by keeping the colours mono-tonal.  I used a glaze pen for the sun glasses and the sketch from Midnight Madness and embossed the back panel with a cuttlebug folder.

I kepted embellishments to a minimum by creating a faux stitching effect around the image and cutting a couple of corners for  faux photo tags.

Oh What a Night!

Challenge #Sketch  Cute Card Thursday
Challenge # Stitching  Sweetstamping
Challenge # Christmas colours  Fussy and Fancy

For this project I chose another digi from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique - I am currently enjoying using lots of these images.  The image is called "Oh what a night" and I think she look elegant, and although she may not be a winter stamp I have used some Christmas papers from Marianne design - pretty papers bloc - Old Fashioned Christmas for this project which I think works well.

I coloured her with copics matching the colours of the papers.  The plain cardstock was from Crafters Companion.

I used the paper piercing technique to edge and frame the image and then used a gel pen to create the faux stitching effect.

The sketch was from today's challenge at Cute Card Thursday.  I finally I embellished with flourishes cut using Marianne Collection of dies, pearls and flowers. 


Challenge # Anything goes  Charisma Cardz
Challenge #Sketch  Create 4 fun 

For this project I chose a digi stamp called "Flip Flops" from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique.  I know summer is over and we are quickly approaching winter but I could resist using her.

I coloured with copics and used a fine liner pen for the border.  I used the sketch from Create 4 fun and some papers I had in my growing pile of scraps of paperstock.

I used a foliage die from the Marianne collection of dies and decorated with flowers and gems.