Hello! Another Creative Fingers Challenge has just started with Tindaloo as our sponsor. I've created a cute slimline card, using the cheeky Jingle Elf image. I started by downloading a free Christmas tree image I found online and overlaid the Jingle Elf image. I then printed the compilation onto X-Press It blending card. I also … Continue reading Jingle Elf
Hello! The June A Perfect Time To Craft Challenge is now open with Dr Digi and Stampers Delights joining us as sponsors. For my inspiration, I've used Dr. Digi's BBQ Bill image to create a simple card that still has a wow factor. I started by printing the image, adding a greeting and a cheeky … Continue reading Burning Your Sausage!
Hello! Today I'm sharing my fourteenth card in my Personal Christmas Card Challenge, a challenge to see how many different ways I can use a seasonal looking background to create my Christmas cards. This card uses the Enchanted Garden Stamp set by Apple Blossom that was available with a magazine quite some time ago. This … Continue reading Gnomes For The Holidays, Card 14, Personal Christmas Card Challenge 2021
Hello! Today I'm sharing my thirteenth card in my Personal Christmas Card Challenge, a challenge to see how many different ways I can use a seasonal looking background to create my Christmas cards. For this card, I've stamped and coloured the yeti monsters from the My Favorite Things Beast Friends Stamp Set (retired) and the … Continue reading A Monster of A Christmas, Card 13, Personal Christmas Card Challenge 2021
Hello Every year, over on Creative Fingers Challenge, we say a special thank you to our sponsors. This year, I get to say a special thank you to fellow design team member and artist, Hilde from Tindaloo. Along with being a lovely person, she is a unique artist and a friend. For my inspiration, I … Continue reading Thank You Tindaloo!
Hello! Today I'm sharing my sixth card in my Personal Christmas Card Challenge, a challenge to see how many different ways I can use a seasonal looking background to create my Christmas cards. This card is also my inspiration for the start of another Creative Fingers Challenge with Tindaloo Digital Stamps as our sponsor. As … Continue reading Glowing Tindaloo Candles: Card 6, Personal Christmas Card Challenge 2021
Hello! The new Creative Fingers Challenge is open and we've super excited to be sponsored by one of our own, Tindaloo! This year, I've decided to set myself a bit of a challenge, to see how many different ways I can use a seasonal looking background to create my Christmas cards. These dies are so … Continue reading Snowman With A Heart – Personal Christmas Card Challenge 2021
Hello! MMedel Illustrations has joined the latest Creative Fingers Challenge and I got the opportunity to play with the sweetest Fairy Kids Digital Stamp Set. I started by digitally arranging several of the set's elements into a mini scene. But, before printing, I chose the die set I wanted to use in my project. After … Continue reading Fairy Wishes
Hello! Creative Fingers Challenge has a new challenge under way and for my inspiration, I've started my Christmas cards nice and early, for a change! I've used a cute gingerbread house from sponsor, LCWaterworth to create a topper sized to fit a 5"×7" card. I started by cropping the grey outline image from the card … Continue reading Yummy Christmas In July.
Hello! It's the start of another Creative Fingers Challenge and, this time, we're joined by Bugaboo! For my inspiration, I've used Bugaboo's Funky Flower Blocks, printing them onto XPress-it Blending Cardstock and colouring them with Chameleon Pens. I don't use their blending system with the colourless blending cap all that often but, for this image … Continue reading Beautiful Bugaboo Blocks
Hello! Another Creative Fingers Challenge is underway and my inspiration is perfect for this Easter weekend. I decided to create a masculine and a feminine card using just the one stamp set. The masculine card has been made with autumnal tones, perfect for a southern hemisphere Easter while the feminine card has more of a … Continue reading Easter, in Autumn and Spring
As my inspiration for the latest Creative Fingers Challenge, I've created a tutorial on how you can make your own custom coloured, matching elements for your projects. Note: I used the Chameleon Pens range in this project but any alcohol pens will work equally well. Materials I used: Chameleon Pens: Burgundy (RD5), Tangerine (OR3), Green … Continue reading Making Perfectly Matching Elements