This week the C.R.A.F.T. Design Team is looking for the addition of something wooden. A year ago, I purchased 50 adorable wooden ladybugs and along with StarStampz - Spring Ladybug Digi Stamp I made a cute general Hello card. I printed the image using my laser printer, then ran the image through my Minc machine using shiny black foil. Next I added colour with my Copic markers. I used B&W dotted paper(MFT) a flourish, stitched circle die (MFT), and Hello sentiment (SSS).
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For the CHNCC we are looking for the addition of a stocking. I purchased the MFT Die-namics Fireplace and never used it. So when I saw stocking(s) I had to use it. The diecut all the pieces in various colours and assembled it on my card front. Once done it was lacking something, so I went through my dies and stamps and came across Lawn Fawn’s, here we go a-waddling stamp set and it was perfect. I stamped it directly on the coloured paper, then coloured the image with Copics. I used a sentiment from the same stamp set.
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The Colour challenge at 52CCT is to make a card using silver. I decided to make a card by stamping in Versamark on Black cardstock, then using silver embossing powder to add to the design elements of the image. I made two cards: one simple, and the other with a detailed silver frame. I used a Stampedous stamp called Our Doorstep.
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The C.R.A.F.T. Design Team is hosting another Christmas card challenge. I am using a sweet little digi stamp called Eskimo Kisses by Lacy Sunshine Stampers. I printed the image on light white cardstock using my laser printer. Next, I ran the image through my Misc machine using black fold. I added a little colour with my Copic markers.
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This week’s challenge at 52 CCT is a Sketch Challenge by Fabiola. I had a cute digi stamp from Bugaboo Stamps and simply printed it three times n various sizes. Next, I coloured them using my Derwent Inkintense Watercolour pencils, fussy cut them out and with cardstock, a circle punch, and glue I arranged everything to sit the sketch.
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