Thursday, 8 December 2016
This is my card for this week's Muse challenge, where Anita has given us this pretty butterfly inspiration:
I focused on Anita's
-blue and green colours
-Mama Elephant Thanks Script die
-Hero Arts Thanks
Wednesday, 7 December 2016
This poor little elf has something just for you and it looks heavy! This card is for this week's SugarPea Designs Mix It Up challenge, where anything goes!
I used Merry Makers and Wanderlust, as well as the rectangle die from Birthday Journal Card. I coloured some polka dots onto the present by using a black thin-tipped marker. I matted my focal image on some stripes from the Happy Holidays Patterned Paper Collection. I added some little stars in the corner.
I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with!
Tuesday, 6 December 2016
Today, I'm teaching a class at my neighbour's Seniors' Christmas party (see below for the class card). I couldn't bear to throw out the off-cuts and made this week's main card from the scrap. Head over to A Jillian Vance Design for more details!
This week's CASology Cue Card is Space!
A perfect opportunity to remind ourselves that above all else (in my humble opinion, anyway), white space is the main element of CAS design. Also, my little red ornament is hanging in space.
I used Uniko Studio's Rustic Christmas and All Occasions Sentiments #4. I used two colours of red ink and a white gel pen to create some dimension on the ornament.
Now it's your turn! Be sure to check out the DT blogs for more inspiration!
Monday, 5 December 2016
For more information about my annual Church Christmas Card project, click here.
Another recognizable card for this year's Church Christmas Card project. I made this one:
I changed the colour of the base, added an old Market Street Stamps star in Hero Arts white and Gina K sentiment
Sunday, 4 December 2016
This week's Splitcoaststampers' Featured Stamper is Shannon (aka Scrapaholic007). Once more, I fell in love with a card and made few changes.
I focused on Shannon's:
-technique (she used salted watercolour, which I need to investigate, I used colorburst powders)
-shape and size of card
-Echo Park Snowflake die
-Memory Box joy die
-Ken Oliver Colorburst Powders (Lemon Yellow, Alazarin Crimson)
Saturday, 3 December 2016
For this week's Muse: ChristmasVisions challenge, I did something I don't normally do. In fact I normally try NOT to do this - I pretty much copied Robyn's inspiration!
The whole point of MCV is to be inspired by the card and make something your own. But I love everything about Robyn's card - the colours and shimmer, and it's been a while since I played with my ColorBurst powders. So here we are.
I focused on Robyn's:
-technique (colorburst background)
-stamping over the background
-Ken Oliver ColorBurst Turquoise
-Stamplorations Merry Christmas die
-Stampin' Up Baroque Motifs stamp