Thursday, 30 September 2010

Waiting for SANTA

Challenge #Snowflakes  Truly Scrumptious
Challenge #Christmas in September  Cinspirations  
For this project I used a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "Waiting for SANTA".  I colours with copics and spica pens.
I distressed the edges with a scissors and used stickles to edge borders.  I used Marianne dies for Flourishes and Snowflakes.
Backing papers were from Crafters Companion and a paper stack.

BOOTS

Challenge #Clear   Wednesday challenge
Challenge #Clean and simple  My Partner in Crafting Crime
Challenge # No buttons or ribbon  Crazy Challenge

For this project I used a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "Lace it up"  and coloured with copics, spica and fine liner pens.
The backing papers were from Crafters Companion and a paper stack I have.  I used a few pearls and gems to decorate card.

LADYBUG

Challenge #Autumn Doodles  Craft your days away
Challenge #Fall colours  Stamp Something
Challenge #Looks like autumn My time to craft  
Chalenge #Sketch  Paper take weekly
Challenge #Autumn  Simon Says 
Challenge #Here comes autumn  Tuesday taggers
Challenge #Sparkle and simmer - fairy  Flutter by Wed 


For this project I used a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "Lady bug".  I coloured her with copic pens and a spica glitter pen.

I sprayed varnish on the backing papers and edged with gold peel-offs.  I used a Martha Stewart corner punch to cut the corners on backing cardstock.


I used a cordroy distressing ink pad to distress the edges and finished off with a couple of brads.


TRACY

Challenge # Sketch  Paper Take Weekly
Challenge # Blooming Marvious   Creative Card Crew


For this project I used a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "TRACY".  I coloured her with copics and used a black fine liner to create the faux stitch effect.

The backing papers were from Craftters Companion and a paper stack I have.  I used the sketch from Paper Take weekly and embellished with some flowers.