Art.. I was inspired to make this using Tim Holtz and Hero Arts Stamps after
making one very similar designed by the amazing kath!
This is a
little expanding file made for keeping embellishments in – all those spare die
cuts that get lost! It's also the first time I've used little magnetic snaps carefully hidden to make the fastening - really pleased with how well they work!
As I'm colouring everything in sight at the moment I thought it would be a good idea to make a blending book - somewhere to keep a record of all the combos that I find that work well. So here it is - found loads of bind it all stuff when I was having a tidy out so put some of it to good use here!
a bright mood today!These cute little
birds are from Paper Smooches “My Peeps”.Coloured with a mix of pens – I was going for the colours rather than a
particular type of pen – Marvy LePlume II and Stampin’ Up! Write Markers.
paper is from Echo Park “Note to Self”.
my bright mood is not related to the weather here – it’s cold, very windy, and
the sky is very grey and cloudy – this means rain and gale force winds in time
for the school pick up!
challenge for this card was Earth Day.This little critter from Paper Smooches “Birthday Buddies” seems to just
fit the bill!Loved colouring him with
Tim Holtz Distress Markers. Also had a bit of a root around in my Sizzix and
Quickutz dies – forgot just how many I had (oops!).
was a really fun card to make – nice and bright!
This little guy stands 8" tall and is covered in little circles and ovals cut from shiny card and canvas treated with a blend of Letraset alcohol inks. Took a lot of work to do the cutting - hence the name (ow)l :-) But here he is - finished.. with a little heart added to the front and some eyebrows (not sure if this is a step too far or not! His eyes are at a slight angle to make him look quizzical!! lol
Hi! a huge big welcome if you've popped over here from the Cupboard Trilogy Challenge Blog!
It's our 10th monthly challenge - and the theme is easter! I tried to make my DT entry as bright and cheery as possible, as all the snow, freezing wind and ice was getting me a bit down! So what better than getting out lots of lovely bright colours and making something cheery!
So here it is!
I coloured the bunny using Stampin' Up! inks and a blender pen. Love the lightness of the effect you can achieve.
Hope you like it!
Why not pop round to the Cupboard and see all the DT entries. I would love to see what the easter theme inspires in you!
Hello from Scotland. Thank you for you for visiting my blog! I'm Tracy, 48, I live in Bathgate, Scotland, with my husband, gorgeous daughter and three very spoiled and lazy cats. I love to craft, I've been hooked for about eleven years or so now and my main passion is anything paper.. cards, scrabooking, etc.. I also love to make jewellery, do some wet and dry felting, knitting, cross stitch, soap, perfume and candle making, play with fimo and art clay.. and generally have fun! Luckily I share all of this with my daughter!