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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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Monday, 11 October 2010

LIZBIT

Challenge #Sketch  Sketch and Stash
Challenge #Stitch it up  Wildorchid
Challenge #Faux it up  Incy Wincy



For this project I used a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "Lizbit" by Stitchy Stamps.  I coloured her with copics and used a fine liner pen to create a faux stitching effect.
The main backing paper were also from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique and the plain paperstock was from Crafters Companion.  The green mirri card was from Create and Craft.



I used a die to cut the strips and sprayed the whole backing papers with varnish and sprinkle some glitter over.  The swirls were cut with Marianne dies  and embellished with a couple of black gems.

The sketch was from Sketch and Stash. 




CHRISTMAS TIME

Challenge #Sketch  Sketch and Stash
Challenge #Snow Totally Stamalicious



For this project I decided to use a stamp I've had for some time - I bought it off ebay when I was first thinking about having a go at stamping.  I have no idea what's it's called only that it was a stamp from America.  It look vintage to me and I love it - so I'm glad that I finally got around to using it.

I used the sketch from Sketch and Stash and the paperstock was from a couple of CD Roms and Create and Craft.

Once again the corner embellishments were cut using a cuttlebug die and the circle image was cut using a Nellies die and then I added a plain circle to cut the top frame.  I used a Marianne die for the foliage and embellished with flowers.

Feed the birds



Challenge #Sketch  Craft your passion
Challenge #Nature Stamps R Us


For this project I used another of the Flower Soft Christmas stamps and coloured with copics. I used a glitter and gel pen for the patterns on the girl's coat and boot.


I used a fine liner pen for the border and the sketch from Craft your Passion.

The border pattern was created with a EK punch and the corner embellishment was cut with a cuttlebug die.  The foliage leaves were cut using one of the Marianne dies.

The papers were from the Marianne Christmas collection and Crafters Companion.

Nearly forgot I used star dust stickles for the snow and fur trimmings.



SISTERS

Challenge #Sketch  Craft Your Passion
Challenge#Change of Season  Papersundaes



For this project I chose to use of the Flower Soft Christmas stamp sets I've had for a while but haven't used.  Wanted to try painting with distressing ink but will have to do that another time now.


I coloured this image with copics and spica pens adding some Star dust stickles to fur trim and snow.


The backing papers were from some paper stacks I have in my craft stash.  I used the sketch from Craft your passion.

I used silver brilliance ink pad to distress the image and a cuttlebug die for the decorative corners.  The snowflakes were cut using dies from the Marianne Collection of dies.

I embellished with a couple of clear gems.