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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, 14 October 2010

LADYBUG

Challenge #Winter Wonderland  Aspoonfullofsugar
Challenge #Christmas  Totallystampalicious


For this project I used a digi stamp called "Lady bug" by Barbara Jensen from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique.

I coloured with copics and spica pens and distressed the edges with a silver brilliance ink pad.

The backing papers were from the Stitchy Bear .....,Crafters Companion and Create and Craft.

I used Marianne dies to cut the snowflakes and a cuttlebug die for the corners.  The pearl embellishments were all from Quixotic.

BUDDIES

Challenge #Sketch  Sweetsketchwednesday
Challenge #Autumn Leaves/Colours  Pocketfullofposies
Challenge #Manly/Autumn  Daisydoodlescreative


For this project I chose a digi stamp from the Stitchy Bear and I did it Creations Crafting Boutique called "Buddies" by Stitchy stamps and I love it because it's so unusual.



I used a mixture of backing papers from a paper stack and Crafters Companion and another CD Rom.  I used Nestibilities to cut the squares and frames and used the waste in the centre.

I embellished with flowers and pearls and use a Marianne die to create the foliage.