This week we have a sketch challenge. Our sponsor for this challenge is DRS Designs. They have the coolest set of stained glass stamps that allow you to convert your regular stamps into “faux” stained glass panels. For my card I am using Large Stained Glass – 1133P, but they also have an arched, oval, and small rectangle versions. For the flower pattern, I used Delicious Doodles – Apple Blossom. For my other examples, I used three different flower digis from A Day of Daisies. Vs me trying to tell you how do use this stamp, I will refer you to a YouTube Video by the Frugal Crafter – Lindsay Weirich - Stained Glass Look With Any Stamp. To color my images I used Derwent Watercolour Pencils on Neenah Solar White 80lb paper.
Please join us for this fun challenge, and check out the wonderful stamps at DSR Designs
This week’s challenge is a Sketch Challenge. I used an adorable stamp by DRS Designs called Jenny Giraffe – 859G. I hand coloured the image with Copic markers, fussy cut it out and layered on pastel papers from my stash. The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink and Rolled Rose by MFT.
This challenge runs from November 5th until November 11th. Please join us. Also please support our great sponsors that provide us with our great prizes.
I was getting low on my baby cards, so I coloured up some “baby” designs in blue, pink, yellow, green, and lilac. I started by pulling some blue card stocks and made three baby boy cards. I handcoloured the baby images with Copics.
Baby Boots image: Gray Wolf Graphics (rubber stamp)
Baby in Blanket: Baby Bundle by Pink Gem Designs (digi stamp)
Giraffe: Jenny Giraffe by DRS Designs (rubber stamp)
Inside Card Sentiment: Penny Black – Sweet Beginnings
Inside card sentiment
These photos show the dimension
I entered my cards in the following:
Crafting by Design – Anything Goes
Miriam’s Crafting Blog’s 16th Monthly Challenge – Kids
Cards und More – Challenge 114 Clean and Simple
Tuesday Throwdown – Sweet Little One
Without Words – Celebration What could be more of a celebration than a new baby!)