The challenge this week is a colour challenge. I used a wonderful digi stamp by Sheep Ski Designs called Freesia Vase. I used my Spectrum Noir markers to colour the flowers in reds and yellows, the vase in light blue, and used dark and light blue to frame the images. The great thing about digi stamps is that you can resize them. I created 4 cards all using the same stamp but they are all different. The sentiment die cuts are from MFT.
Card 1 – I used the image as is.
Card 2 – I mirrored the image
Card 3 – I zoomed in on the image and only used part of the vase
Card 4- I zoomed in even further, duplicated the image and rotated to fit the corners
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I entered 2 cards in the SheepSki Designs Facebook challenge this month at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1730005463906336/
To start the month, the CRAFT Challenge is based on an inspirational picture. I took the inspiration photo quite literally. I used stamps from my own stock. I love the critters from Paper Smooches. I used the bunny from A Little Lovin and the cat from Chubby Chums . I coloured them using Copic markers. The fun paper is from my stash, and the sentiment die is Savvy Stamps – Die – Hello Bubble .
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This week, the CRAFT team’s challenge is a Recipe challenge. For my card I used a newer release by A Day for Daisies called Skinny Maiden. I printed her twice, once on Neenah Solar White, and once on patterned paper. I coloured her with Copics, then paper pieced her dress. The rolled flowers die is from MFT.
1 image – Skinny Maiden
2 shapes – two different shaped pieces to make main card
3 papers – the paper for her dress, the paper for background, and the paper for the roses
4 gems – 4 clear gems
This week, we challenge you to make a “Wish You Were Here” Card. I chose Tiny the Turkey by Digital Delights by Louby Loo.
I added the sentiment via computer prior to printing my little turkey. I used a fall pallet with golds, oranges, reds, and browns. I coloured the image with Copics, fussy cut Tiny out, and layered him on patterned paper from my stash.
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