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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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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.