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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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COPYRIGHT NOTICE Please take a look at my work, you are more than welcome to take inspiration from designs but please do not copy any of my cards or use any of the ideas as your own.


All content referring to photographs, text and design projects are the work of uk-sharon-colouringforpleasure.


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Monday, 8 November 2010

RUDOLPH

WINNER

Challenge #Sketch  http://sweetstopsketches.blogspot.com/ 
Challenge #2  (snowflakes)  2 http://craftyourpassionchallenges.blogspot.com/
Challenge #land sea and air http://daisydoodlescreativechallenges.blogspot.com/
Challenge #christmas untraditional colours http://theresmagicintheair.blogspot.com/
Challenge #shades of blue  http://totallystampalicious.blogspot.com/
Challenge #weather http://stampinsistersinchrist.blogspot.com/
Challenge #photo inspirations - pastels http://sweetstampinchallengeblog.blogspot.com/





For this project I used a digi stamp I had from Sassy Cheryls - can't remember the name of the image.


I coloured the image with copics and spica pens and used a spellbinders die to cut the image.  The backing papers were some digital papers I recently purchased from one of the challenge sites.  The sketch was from The Sweet Shop.



I used Marianne dies to cut the snowrflakes and embellished with ribbon, pins and pearls.



MUM!



For this project I used two of the Mo Manning digital stamps and coloured with copics.


The backing papers were some digital papers I bought online.  I used the sketch from Stampchallenges and I used two of the spellbinders die to cut shapes.  I used a Magnolia die to cut the flourish.


The embellishements were flat back pearls.



CREATIVE CARD CREW CHALLENGE DT POST

CHALLENGE #Thanks Giving

SPONSOR  MELJEN'S DESIGNS

This is my 1st DT post for Creative Card Crew and I am very much looking forward to joining the team.

For this challenge as I'm not American I have done a "Thank you" card and have used one of the free digi images from Meljen's Designs which can be found here.



I coloured the image with copics and backing papers used were from the "Roses are Red" pretty paper bloc by Eline Pedllinkhof and the plain cardstock was from Crafters Companion.



I embellished with some pearls from Quixotic.


SHY



For this project I used one of my favourite stamps from Mo's Digital Pencil called Shy.  I coloured her with copics.


The backing papers were from Quitoxic Paperie and Cardstock from Create and Craft.  I used Magnolia dies to cut flourishes and leaves.


I added flowers and pearl embellishments.



FAIRY TABIA

Challenge #3 different shapes http://meljensdesignsdt.blogspot.com/
Challenge #christmas http://www.bee-crafty.blogspot.com/
Challenge #glitter, glamour and girlie http://creativeinspirationschallenge.blogspot.com/
Challenge #red http://ecpchallenges.blogspot.com/


For this project  I used a digital stamp from Mo's Digital Pencil which I've had for some while and not used.  The name of this image is Fairy Tabia and I coloured her with copics and spica pens.


The backing papers were from one of the recent paper pack I got from either QVC or Quitoxic Paperie.


I used a Marianne die to cut the corner embellishments and a spellbinders die to cut the main image.  I added stickles to the border of the main image and to the corner embellishments and finished with adding some flowers and pearls.



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND



For this project I used a image from Mo's Digital Pencil called Prince Edward Island and coloured with copics.  Once again I used a fine liner to create the border around the image.



The backing papers were from a recent paper pack but not sure which one as I've muddled up all the papers now.


I used a Marianne die to cut flowers, a Magnolia die for the doily and two spellbinder nestie dies for the other circles.  I add ribbon bow, pearls and pin embellishments.