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Sunday, 31 January 2016

Lady Bookmark at Diecut Divas

After finishing the gorgeous baby card for my friend I realised that there would be very little focus on her so I decided I would make her a bookmark. I had never made one before so  I thought it would be perfect for Diecut Divas something new challenge this month and when you tee it up with a brand new to me clear stamp from Some Odd Girl it is absolutely perfect.
Diecut Divas, Some Odd Girl Grow
Here is the back
Diecut Divas
Card Tip:
Step 1: I had the SVG file for the tag shape.
Step 2: Using some packaging from a die I did the first cut with my Brother Scan and Cut
Step 3: Cut a shape out of the two pieces of pattern paper and white card stock with my Brother Scan and Cut
Step 4: Adhere all together - the white card stock under the blue pattern paper to make sure nothing comes through from the packaging.
Step 5: Colour image with copics, fussy cut with the Brother Scan and Cut
Step 6: Add image and die cut to the front 
Step 7: Punch a hole in the top, add ribbon.

Card Ingredients:
Card Stock: Quill white card stock, die packaging for base.
Papers: Kaisercraft blae and ivy paper pad.
Stamps: Some Odd Girl clear stamp grow.
Ink: Memento tuxedo black ink.
Markers:
               Skin: E000+E00+E11+E13+R20
               Hair: E21+E23+E25+E29
               Top: G00+G02+G03+G05
               Skirt: BG01+BG02+BG05 
               Weaving:E59+W9 
               Flowers: BG05, Leaves: G17
               Apple: R24+R27+R29
Dies: Creative Dies tag and sentiment die, free tag SVG file from Birds Cards.
Other: Wink of Stella clear glitter pen on the flowers and apple, ribbon from stash.


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Friday, 15 January 2016

Lovely Flowers at Diecut Divas

We are talking new techniques, stamps and colours over at Diecut Dvias. I recieved this image as part of the Outlawz Progressive Challenge from Sandi Samples. I wanted to created a verigated look to my flowers and using copics I blended colours not in the same colour family - the details are below.
Diecut Divas, Outlawz Progressive, Sandi Samples Cabbage Roses

Card Tip:
To achieve this look I started with a wash of Y02, then I added some depth with R20, went over it with YR02 and finished with another wash of Y02.

Card Ingredients:
Card Stock: white  4 1/4" x 5 3/4"card base and card stock, craft card stock.
Stamps: Sandi Samples cabbage rose.
Markers:
               Rose: Y02, YR02, R20
               Leaves: YG03+YG06+YG09
 Dies: Spellbinders floral oval, standard oval large, Creative dies tag and sentiment, Cuttlebug victoria embossing folder.
Other: Wink of Stella clear glitter pen.

Monday, 11 January 2016

Happy Baby

Well a very good friend of mine is having a little boy and heading to her baby shower was the perfect opportunity for me to buy this gorgeous image by Mo's Digital Pencil. I also wanted to do a something a little bit special so I went for a tri-fold card.

Mo's Digital Pencil Happy

Mo's Digital Pencil Happy

Mo's Digital Pencil Happy

Mo's Digital Pencil Happy

Mo's Digital Pencil Happy
Card Tip:
Head to this post here for all the tri fold card measurements.

Card Ingredients:
Card Stock: Francheville light blue and dark blue and white card stock.
Papers: Kaisercraft lullaby collection paper pad.
Stamps:Mo's Digital Pencil Happy
Ink: Memento desert sand ink for sponging background.
Markers:
               Skin: E000+E00+E11+E13+R20, E04
               Hair: E33+E35+E23+E25
               Nappy: B21+B23+B24
Dies: Spellbinders standard circle large, standard scalloped circle small, label 1, Couture Creations nesting hearts.
Other: assorted elements from the kaisercraft lullaby collection paper pad, small heart punch, blue feet stickers, blue gems.


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Friday, 8 January 2016

Anything Goes at Morgans Challenge Blog

It's time for a brand new challenge over at Morgans ArtWorld and for the first challenge for 2016 we are going for a theme of anything goes. We also launched image of the month over on the facebook page so all the team featured January's image of the month. Here is my project.

Morgans ArtWorld Fae 13
 Here is a close up of the image .
Morgans ArtWorld Fae 13

Card Ingredients:
Card Stock: Francheville blue card stock for 6" square card base and matting.
Stamps:Morgans ArtWorld Fae 13.
Markers:
               Skin: E000+E00+E11,R20,E04
               Hair: E33+E35+E23+E25
               Top: B24+B26+B29
               Wings: R22+R24+R27+R29 
               Hair and Wings, Accents & Nails: R59 
Dies: Creative Dies tag and sentiment die.
Other: Creative Couture red gems, Merci white lace, Kindyglitz crystalina.


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Sunday, 3 January 2016

Black Magic Technique with Diecut Divas

Over at Diecut Divas this month it is all about new things, new stamps or new dies or new techiques. For my project I am showcasing a new technique I discovered on StampTV called the black magic technique. This is what I came up with:
Diecut Divas, Penny Black Fantasy
Card Tip:
First you start with a piece of black card stock, a stamp and white pigment ink. When choosing your stamp go for a solid image as you will be colouring it in later. Stamp your piece of black card stock with white pigment ink of your choice. Pigment inks take longer to dry as they sit on the surface of the card stock, you can fasten it up with your heat tool but I would recommend you leaving it overnight to be absolutely sure its dry. Colour it in with whatever colour medium you would like. I haven't used fairly simple blending techniques but that is purely up to you. For a video of this technique in action head here.

Card Ingredients:
Card Stock: Quill yellow standard card base, black card stock, Francheville green card stock.
Stamps: Penny Black fantasy 
Ink: Memories unicorn white pigment ink.
Dies: Simon Says Stamps stitched rectangles, new Creative Dies tag and sentiment.
Other: Marco Rafine coloured pencils.


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