Sunday, 16 December 2018

SG December All About Mum Card using Stella

Hi. I'm here to share a card I've made. I've using this gorgeous Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamp called Stella. I have created these cards for the December Oldies but goodies - All About Mums Projects Sasayaki Glitter Blog Post.



I've coloured the beautiful Stella using Touch Five Markers and pencils. I created a lilac marble effect background paper. Then layered up with pink polkadot pattern paper and a tiny bit of scrap purple polkadot pattern paper. I used die cut flourishs and die cut flower, which were also made using homemade marble paper as embellishments. I added die cut paper clips in shiny pink/purple card.

I'd like to enter my card into the following challenges
Dragonfly Dreams Challenge - Anything Goes
Lil Patch Of Crafty Friends - #96 Anything Goes


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Wednesday, 5 December 2018

LS Snowman and Son Christmas Card

Hi. I've made this Christmas card for the Lemon Shortbread Blog Challenge. This card is for Challenge #82 which is an Anything Goes Challenge with the chance to win some beautiful Lemon Shortbread digital stamps. I've created this card using this fantastic Snowman and Son Christmas image designed by Lemon Shortbread. 




I coloured this cute image using Touch Five Markers and pencils. I've used background pattern paper and I made the tarten pattern paper using plain red paper that I've added coloured lines on. Die cut foliage and flowers that I've layered up and added gems to the centre. 


I'd like to my card into the following challenges 

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Monday, 3 December 2018

SG Happy Holidays Boys Christmas Cards

Hi. I'd like to share two boys Christmas cards that I made using cute Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamp. I made it as inspiration for the Sasayaki Glitter Blog brand new December Challenge - Happy HolidaysThis wonderful challenge can be found over at the Sasayaki Glitter Blog. We'd love it if you stopped by to see more amazing inspiration creations and join in with the fun. You have a chance of winning some fantastic Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamps



To create this first Christmas card I've used a wonderful Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamps called Dino Santa. I coloured him with Touch Five Markers and pencils. I used textured card as the base of the background. I used a piece of scrap red pattern paper to add interest to the background. I then die cut and distress ink coloured a bunch of foliage to create a Christmas tree branch. Using more die cuts to create the circle frame and accent to create a Christmas bauble. I then attached ribbon, a working bell and a pre-made sentiment tag to bring it all togother. I'm happy with the way this card turned out. 

I'd like to share this Dino Santa card into the following challenges



I designed this card using a cute Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamps called Snowman and Duck. I coloured him with Touch Five Markers and pencils. I made a green paper background using watercolours which I've embossed. I die cut a frame and layered up a matching frame around the image. I also die cut the sentiment.

I'd like to share this Snowman and Duck card into the following challenges

Country View Challenge - December Challenge - Christmas
Love To Scrap - #116 Seasons Greetings
Artist Inspiration - #210 Anything Goes
Cards in Envy - The Spirit Of Christmas
Double Trouble Challenge - #16 
Thing one - Winter/Christmas 
Thing three - Snow flake/man


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Saturday, 1 December 2018

SD Couple Christmas Cards

Hi. I'm sharing two couple Christmas cards today. For these cards I've used some Scrappers Delight Digital Stamp. There are amazing special deals over at Scrappers DelightTo see more fabulous examples of what you can do using more Scrappers Delight images. Please head over to the Scrappers Delight Blog.





I've designed this winter wonderland side stepper card. I used and coloured the Eskimo Bundle. I used Touch Five Markers and pencils. I've die cut some snow and trees to make winter scene. I used distress ink to add shading to the scene to create more depth. To finish of I added homemade texture paste falling snow. 

I'd like to enter my first card into the following challenges



For my second card I used a image from Deer Bundle 2. I made a diamond fold card. I used Touch Five Markers and pencils. I also added homemade texture paste snow to this card too. I die cut flowers with gems and stuck them to the base of the card. 


I'd also like to let you know that there are two Christmas freebie Scrappers Delight Digital Stamps. That you can find over at the shop. 


Anna Mae School 1

Anna Mae Seasons Greetings 

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Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Cute Snowman Couple Christmas Card

Hi. I'm here today to share a couple's Christmas card. I've made this card for the November Outlaws Progressive Challenge. I love taking part in this fantastic challenge every month because it give me opportunities to use a digital stamp from different companies each month. This is a wonderful way to discover new companies. This month's sponsor is one I've not created with before called Drawn By Krista. I got to create with these adorable snowmen  called Cute Snowman Couple. I love that these two images come as two separate files so you can use them as a couple or on their own. Here are other usefull link to the companies Drawn By Krista Facebook page and Krista's Instagram.




I have coloured the snowmen using Rembrandt watercoloured pencils. I added homemade texture paste dots all around the image as snow. I used three pattern papers for the background. I picked the papers with same colours as I coloured the snowmen so it all matches nicely. I finished of with a handmade bow. 

I'd like to enter my card into the following challenges
Outlaws November Progressive Challenge


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Saturday, 24 November 2018

SD Chibis Star Angel card

Hi! Today I'm very excited to be sharing a card. I've designed my using a new gorgeous Scrappers Delight Digital Stamp called Chibis Star AngelShe is one of four new fabulous images in this month's new release. You can find her and the rest of the images in the new release section. To see more amazing examples of what you can do with these new images please stop by the Scrappers Delight Blog




I chose to colour Chibis Star Angel using mainly watercoloured pencils and the base of her hair and skin using Touch Five Markers. I love to colour the background around the image using pencils especially half backgrounds as I find it easy to blend the colours out to the natural white of the card. For the pattern background paper I actually used plain blue card,. Which I splattered blue and white water colours on to create my own pattern paper. I added a white die cut border and die cut flowers layered up. I added gems in the middle of some of the bigger flowers. 


I'd like to share my card into the following challenges
Creative Fingers - #154 Anything Goes
Darling Card Makers - Starry Skies
(there are stars in the sky on the image)
QKR Stampede - #323 Anything Goes

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Tuesday, 20 November 2018

LS Angel Music Christmas Bow Card

Hi. I designed my very first bow card which I've themed as a Angel Christmas card for the Lemon Shortbread Blog Challenge. This card is for Challenge #81 which is an Anything Goes Challenge with the chance to win some beautiful Lemon Shortbread digital stamps. I've created this card using the gorgeous Angel Music made by Lemon Shortbread. There are two angel images in this fabulous bundle that would work beautifully together. But I chose to use them separately. I've created a card using the other image here




I coloured this beautiful image using Touch Five Markers and pencils. 

To create this card I used only one A4 piece of blue card to create this big bow card. I die cut 4 big and 4 smaller ovel shapes, stamped Christmas designs on them and curled and stick them over. With the remaining card I created the big bow tags (which I then embossed) They were the base of the card. The bigger folded ovels I stuck at angles to the corners (making sure the bottom don't over shoot the base of the card.) I layered up the smaller ovels to match. Then I put a bunch of die cut flowers in the centre of the bow. Then after fussy cutting the gorgeous angel I stuck her to the middle of the bow with lots of foam tape layered up behind her to give a floating look to her. 


I'm happy with the way this card turned out and will be making more bow cards like this again in the future. I'll be posting my card on the Lemon Shortbread Facebook Group where you are welcome to post your Lemon Shortbread creations with us. 

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