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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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Friday, 19 November 2010

BEAUTY

Challenge #snowflakes http://sweetstampinchallengeblog.blogspot.com/
Challenge #christmas colours http://totallygorjuss.blogspot.com/  
Challenge #snow and snowflakes http://totallypapercrafts.blogspot.com/
Challenge #anything goes http://digidoodleshopsbest.blogspot.com/
Challenge #green, rust, dark brown colour http://colorthrowdown.blogspot.com/
Challenge #someone special at christmas http://creativecottagechallenge.blogspot.com/
Challenge #Flowers  http://inasweetpeadreamchallengeblog.blogspot.com/ 





For this project I used my first Sweet pea stamp and I love them they are beautiful and easy to colour.  I coloured this image with copics and used a glitter pen for the sparkle.  I added stickles to the flower as you can't have a fairy without glitter.  (The glue is still wet in this photo)



The backing papers were from Quitoxic Paperie and Create and Craft.  I used Nestilbilities to cut the aperture, then two of them together to cut the frame to fit.


I used Magnolia dies for the flower (doily and snowflake) and a Marianna die for the foliage, adding a couple of pearl for the final embellishments.


SNOW

Challenge #christmas http://papercutzchallenge.blogspot.com/
Challenge #snowflakes http://sweetstampinchallengeblog.blogspot.com/
Challenge #christmas colours http://totallygorjuss.blogspot.com/  
Challenge #snow and snowflakes http://totallypapercrafts.blogspot.com/
Challenge #anything goes http://digidoodleshopsbest.blogspot.com/
Challenge #sparkle and shine http://meljensdesignsdt.blogspot.com/
Challenge #let it snow http://paperplaychallenges.blogspot.com/





The stamps were from Crafters Companion.  I used two of the stamps to create main image and coloured with copics, adding some stickles glitter glue to emphasise the snow and fur trims of the little boy.

Dies used - Magnolia (snowflake)
Marianne (tree and flower)


The backing papers were also from Marianne, Crafters Companion and Quitoxic Paperie.

I added a couple of pearls to finished the project and balance the card design.



JOY

Challenge #sparkle and shine http://meljensdesignsdt.blogspot.com/ 
Challenge #your favourite colour http://www.southerngirlschallenge.blogspot.com/
Challenge #glitter http://craftsandmechallenges.blogspot.com/ 
Challenge #glitter it up http://delightfulsketches.blogspot.com/ 
Challenge #forget me not http://fabnfunkychallenges.blogspot.com/  





For this project I used a stamp from LOTV and coloured with copics.  I have had a bit of a run on monochrome (browns) as I think they look vintage and I like the sepia look at the moment.  I think the browns work best as the skin tones are brown tones too.


The papers were from Quitoxic Paperie and some brown cardstock from Gina K.

I kepted this project simple and just added some flowers, foliage (Magnolia die) and pearls.

BIRTHDAY



For this project I used another of my new stamps from LOTV and coloured with copics.  I used a fine liner pen for the border which I like doing.


The backing papers were from Quitoxic Paperie and Create and Craft.  The sketch was from Cute Thursday.

And finally I added a few heart embellishments.