Hello! Today I'm with Get Creative Challenges for the start of their final challenge for this year. This month's theme is "anything but a card" so I thought making a calendar stand would be great for my inspiration and would make a cute little Christmas gift as well. To start off, I die cut my … Continue reading Too Sexy… in the Outback!
Hello! I'm back yet again for my final card of this week, this time with Le Ann's World 101 and the start of the latest challenge. I've chosen a sweet image called Daisy to create a Scandinavian inspired Christmas greeting. I started by sizing and printing Daisy onto XPress-it blending card and colored it with … Continue reading Daisy Dressing The Tree
Hello! It's certainly been a busy week for me and today, I'm sharing my inspiration for the start of a new Creative Fingers Challenge. I've been lucky enough to get yet another chance to color a beautiful Christine Karron image, called Pine Tree Fairy. I really can't believe how easy these images are to work … Continue reading A Christmas Pine Tree Fairy
Hello! It's the start of the November A Perfect Time To Craft Challenge and for my inspiration I've made a CAS style card, using our sponsor, Morgan's Art World's Poppies. Being a CAS card, minimalism is the key to a successful design. I started by adding the Poppy image to the bottom left corner of … Continue reading CAS Purple Poppies
Hello! It's my monthly spotlight time over at Kitty Bee Designs' blog and this month I've started my Christmas cards with the cute Santa Kal-Bee Cow. This was a technically simple card, made with just some printing, coloring and die cutting so it was a fairly quick make, easily done in an afternoon. I started … Continue reading Deck The Halls…
Hello! It's the start of another Creative Fingers Challenge and for this challenge we have an amazingly talented artist, Christine Karron, as our sponsor. I've chosen to use a beautiful greyscale image called North Wind Fairy and, by using some traditional Christmas colors, I've turned this into a card suitable for Christmas. Being a greyscale … Continue reading A Christmas North Wind Fairy
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! 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 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! Today is the start of another Kitty Bee Designs Aloha Friday Challenge. My inspiration uses a gorgeous digital image called New Baby from Polkadoodles. I printed the image onto XPress-it Blending Cardstock and colored it in pastel colors, using Chameleon Pens. I followed up by adding more contrasts in the shadow areas using my … Continue reading Welcoming A New Arrival.
Hello! Today I'm joining in with Angie's Digital Stamps Challenge for the start of a new challenge. I've chosen to use one of Angie's cute digital stamps, called Horse and Foal. This card is a relatively simple make. I started by printing the horses onto XPress-it blending card, sized to fit my Poppy Crafts rounded … Continue reading Horsing Around With Angie’s Digital Stamps.