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!
Tag: digital paper piecing
Hello! Another Creative Fingers Challenge is underway with the awesome Bugaboo as our sponsor. Life has been pretty hectic lately so I decided to make a digital background for the Stella Birthday Fireman Call digital stamp I was using for my inspiration. I downloaded a hanging plaque, floor boards and two fire clip art images … Continue reading Burning The House Down, Quickly!
Hello! The December A Perfect Time To Craft Open Challenge is up and running! This month, we're joined by Dr Digi and I've chosen one of his pre-coloured images to create a totally digital scene as my inspiration. I decided I would create all my elements on the computer, one of my favourite ways to … Continue reading A Cheery Santa!
Hello! The new Creative Fingers Challenge is now underway. That past month has just flown by! This month, I decided to make a quick and easy masculine card, using an image from one of my own challenge blog's sponsors, Fred She Said. I needed a quick birthday card to pop in the post and had … Continue reading An Old Blue Truck!
Hello! It's time for another A Perfect Time To Craft Challenge and this month we welcome Dr Digi as our sponsor. I think he just has some of the best comical digital stamps available! For my inspiration, I've used Building Buddies and a simple clip art tree to create a scene that's overlaid onto a … Continue reading Santa’s Workforce and Coloring Over Embellishment Mousse
Hello! It's time for another Creative Fingers Challenge and my inspiration uses two cute Bugaboo images in the one design. Most of the design was done on the computer. I carefully aligned the Snowman Peeker and the Santa Clause Peeker images so they looked like they were peeking around the same corner. I digitally removed … Continue reading Peek-a-Bugaboo!
Hello! Recently, I've been working on a new and innovative way to work with two of the sponsors of my A Perfect Time To Craft Open Challenge blog and my Facebook group, Cardmaking Tutorials, Support and Inspiration. I've been playing around with graphics kits from The Hungry Jpeg to create a few cards. Instead of … Continue reading Blooming Mystery Watercolor Card Set.
Hello! It's the start of our latest challenge over at A Perfect Time To Craft Open Challenge and this month we're lucky to have Morgan's Art World as our sponsor. The team has created some awesome inspiration for this month's challenge and you can see it all here, in this month's challenge post. While you're … Continue reading Pretty In Pink.
Hello! Today I'm sharing another inspiration make for the new Creative Fingers Challenge. This challenge is sponsored by Some Odd Girl and I've chosen Rockin Kody to create a masculine card for the younger generation. My entire card front was designed on my computer. I started by opening a digital patterned paper, called Mix Up, … Continue reading Rock On!
Hello! Today I'm sharing my inspiration for the start of the April Get Creative Challenge. For this card, I've chosen the pre-colored Geisha image, called Japanese Lady from Ike's Art. I've always loved using pre-colored images as my features because they give me lots of time to work on the rest of my card design. … Continue reading Sweet Geisha Girl
Hello! It's the start of April's Challenge for my own A Perfect Time To Craft Open Challenge Blog. This month we have the amazing Sparkle'n'Sprinkle as our sponsors. For my inspiration, I've chosen to use the gorgeous Lovely Magnolias Digital Kit to create my own background paper and create my card. I started with a … Continue reading Just The Loveliest Magnolias.
Hello! Today sees the start of the latest Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge that has a "in the garden" theme. My inspiration features the Purple Pansies digital kit by Fred She Said. This card is yet another I've created with digital elements on my computer. Starting with a blank file, I layered the background … Continue reading A Cup Full Of Pansies.