For Sindy in the Doll Dreams exchange group. She wanted pin up girls or Marie Antoinette. I don't know about the Marie Antoinette ... I'm not ready to try that:) I went for the pin up girls. I supposed to make one page, but I could not finish either of them. I had problems with the progress. Eventually my attempts seems to have worked and I ended with two pages and two big eyed dolls. It would be sad to discard any of the drawings, so I finished both:))
I simply took this witch from a colouring page and used my Tombo markers to do the water colouring technique. Some black spots are added using Rubbernecker rubber stamps. The sides of the tags are distressed with archival black ink. For Pat.
A frog card for a cute niece. I haven't sent her a card forever, though I would like to send her one every month. Of course I added pink to the card (she is very young). And now I hope that she likes the card!
The cartridge only has the prince charming greeting. I added the s, but I should have added a double s:( My niece is so young, she would not know, but if she keeps the card, she might tell me one day when she can read:)) ....lol...
Create a critter cartridge, white gelpen, Prismacolor pencil, Stampin' Up inkpad (garden green), Stampin' Up scallop punch, Peachy keen stamps, Cupcake boutique clear stamp, Garden party design paper (Dovecraft), card stock.
I will spoil my nephews too with cute cards. It was difficult for me to make a choice. It wasn't simple to choose from all the images. But then I take a look at my scraps and decided to use the small pieces of card stock. As you see here under, it was a success:)
To make the squirrel pop I distressed the tail and the layer design paper on the second card. I added some Atyou Spica on the top of the acorn. Luckily you can see it in the pictures.
My other nephews received a card this month. So who knows who's the lucky one to receive this card:)
Material: Create a critter, Stampin' Up ink pad - creamy caramel), Atyou Spica.
As I played with the shaving cream technique I thought to do something with the rest of the backgrounds that I had created. Here is another card using one of these backgrounds. I used the colours orange, green brown and yellow card stock, CTMH acrylix stamp and the Damask décor cartridge.
Holidays are coming! Anyone can use a Christmas card, I guess. I wanted to make a shaped card, not being a rectangular, square or circle card. Another challenge for me, in fact every year, is to use my Christmas design card stock. I succeed in all three challenges and though it is a simple card, I am very happy with the outcome.