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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This week at 52CCT the design team have a new Sketch Challenge. For my challenge, I started with colouring my Digi tamp called 3 Penguin Blocks by Dilly Beans Stamps. I coloured the images using Copic markers.Next, I diecut 3 squares using MFT - Die-namics Stitched Interactive Window Trio (note: the windows are attached on one side and I took my knife and cut the flap off). I taped the images behind the windows added a piece of ribbon and glued the front to the card backing. I added a sentiment from SSS and three snowflake sequins and three pearls.
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For this week’s challenge, we are asking you to “Feature a Creature”! Even the challenge name sounds fun! For my card, I used a combination of a digi stamp from Silly Dilly Bean’s Stamps called Penguin Framed, a Polaroid die cut frame and a clear stamp from a die/stamp set by Lawn Fawn called Say Cheese. I coloured the images using my Copic markers. I added the images to some patterned paper from my stash!
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It is Christmas in July! It is never too early to start making Christmas cards for 2017. For my card I used a digital image from Dilly Beans called, “Holly Framed Penguin.” I coloured the little critter with my Derwent Inktense Coloured Pencils. I added added a sprig of holly from my Stampendous, “Die & Rubber Stamp Set Pop Up Winter Tweets Birds Free Us.” The background paper acts as my sentiment.
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When I saw our new challenge was rainbow, I immediately thought of the Framed Snowman digi stamp by Dilly Bean Stamps. I tried to make him as colorful as possible even using Copic Makersand a colourful Striped background. The sentiment is from Penny Black – Festive Snippets.