Hello! It's the start of another Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge and this challenge's sponsor is The Paper Shelter. For this challenge theme of kiddy cards I've chosen to use a digital element kit, called Cool Lolly to create a quick and easy card for a young girl. I started by choosing the background … Continue reading Lots of Cool Lolly
Hello! Today I'm happy to be joining A Perfect Time To Craft Challenges and for my inspiration, I've created a masculine belated greeting card, using an image called "I'm Late" by sponsor, Ericraft. I began the card by printing my elements out. I printed the "I'm Late" image onto XPress-it blending card, sizing it to … Continue reading I’m Late, I’m Late…
Hello! Today I want to share a card I've made with a great, newly released digital image from Ericraft Digital Stamps, called Winter Woolies. This new release is only available for a limited time so I feel really fortunate to be able to create with it. Considering the title of the image, I decided to … Continue reading Winter Woolies In The Winter Chill
Hello! It's the start of Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge and I've decided to use the digital image set called Giddy Up from Nitwit Collections to create my inspiration project. As this set comes with all precolored images, I've started by selecting the "burlap words" background paper from the set as my backdrop. I … Continue reading Giddy Up There!
Hello! It's the start of another Creative Fingers Challenge and for this challenge, the design team has been given the freedom to create anything they want. Yippee! I've had three Simon Says Stamp Spring Flowers stamp and die sets for a while now and haven't used them. I thought it time to break them out … Continue reading Lots of Spring Flowers
Hello! It's my turn in the Kitty Bee Designs' Spotlight again and I've created a fun card, using Kitty Bee's Painter Bunny and lots of color. I started off by printing the Painter Bunny onto XPress-it blending card. I extended the grass line all the way across the panel with a Chameleon black detail pen … Continue reading Splashing Some Color Around
Hello! It's the start of another Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge. For this challenge, with the theme of friendly faces, my inspiration uses a pretty precolored image by Fabrika Fantasy, called First Flower. As I didn't have to color the image, I set straight to work on creating the card around the printed image. … Continue reading A Framed First Flower.
Hello! Today, I'm sharing my inspiration for the start of a new Creative Fingers Challenge. I've chosen to use a stunning image from sponsor, Rick St. Dennis, called Unicorn "Arco Iris" to create a simple card with lots of color and bling. To start, I sized and printed the Unicorn onto XPress-it blending card. I … Continue reading Rainbow And Unicorn Wishes
Hello! It's time for my monthly spotlight with Kitty Bee Designs and this month, I've created a sweet birthday card for a younger recipient, using Emilee the Elephant, now available in a clear stamp! This was a relatively straightforward card to make, with some coloring and die cutting. I started off by printing the digital … Continue reading Sparkling Emilee – Kitty Bee Designs Spotlight
Hello! It's the start of another Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge and this challenge has a fun theme of "under the sea". I thought it was a good opportunity to play with a reasonably new technique to make an underwater background, where Distress Oxide inks are smooched onto glossy cardstock. I followed this My … Continue reading Under The Sea, With Kitty Bee
Hello! It's my turn in the Kitty Bee Designs Spotlight and this month, I decided to make something a little different. I'm not usually one to try out a carding trend but this one just looked like a bit of fun. This style of card is known as an impossible card and was much easier … Continue reading Kitty Bee Designs Spotlight – May 2018
Hello! It's time for another Creative Fingers Challenge and my inspiration for this challenge is a masculine card that has a real Australian influence. I started the card by creating the background with a simple watercolor scene that showed a large water hole, sandy plains and a distant mountain range. I used Ranger Distress watercolor … Continue reading Sunset, With A Cuppa.