This week at CHNCCC we are looking for a project that uses patterned paper. I using one image from my favourite series from Bugaboo stamps called Christmas Ewe. Bugaboo makes these wonderful sheep stamps for every occasion! I coloured the little sheep with Derwent Inkintense Watercolour pencils. I cropped the image and layered him on various Christmas papers from my stash.
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This week’s challenge at Crafty Hazenut’s Christmas Challenge is making a Christmas Project with the word Joy in it. I used an adorable Digi from Bugaboo Stamps called AKV Nativity Set. I coloured it using Derwent Ink Intense Watercolour pencils. I added a stitched frame from MFT, a sentiment from SSS, and a twine ribbon to complete my card.
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The is our monthly colour challenge at 52CCT - Use Hot Pink and Lime Green. I can remember when these were the “hot colours” when I was in high school in the early 70′s (oh my, this dates me!). I am using a fun digis from Bugaboo Stamps that I coloured with Derwent Inkintense Watercolour Crayons.
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This week’s challenge at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge is to make a Christmas Project using a Star or two. I decided to go all out. I used two different star embossing folders to create the starred background, then added a cute digi stamp snowman holding a star by Bugaboo Stamps. I coloured the stamp using Derwent Inktense Watercolour pencils. The sentiment is by Paper Smoothes.
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Hello Everyone, Myrna here. This is my final Challenge of the month. The Design Team and I are challenging you to make a card using watercolouring. There are so many options available. Time to break out your watercolour pencils, pens, liquids, inks, etc and have fun. We look forward to your creations.
For my card, I used an adorable stamp called, “Gilmore” by Whipper Snapper Designs. I stamped him with Momento Ink, and coloured him with Derwent Inktense Watercolour Pencils. The papers and sequins are from my stash.