Ladies and Gentlemen….

It’s Friday and we have a new Freebie Friday Progressive Challenge Image for you from Janice Cullen Collyer of Scrapper’s Delights. This is also from her Circus set. The image is a choice of “Word Art” to be used with her Circus Images.

I chose “Ladies And Gentlemen” to go with my Ringmaster image.  My image is colored with Copic Markers and placed against a background made from an assortment of papers and images cut from the “Le Cirque” Paper Stack by Graphic 45.

I have highlighted her hat band and some of her clothes with Ranger “Star Dust” Stickles, and I also used Zig’s “Wink of Stella” Clear Glitter Pen and Silver Glitter Pen.

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Memories Of You….

This card’s adorable image is from “A Day For Daisies” and has been sitting in my colored pile for quite a while.  I thought I’d finish the card before I get into more of the Fall/Winter/Christmas Cards.

It’s basically a very simple card which I colored with my Copic Markers. I did choose to round the corners and put some lines across the bottom with my Martha Steward Minnie Score Board. I also used a Zig Wink Of Stella Clear Glitter Brush Pen, but it’s very hard to see if the photo.

I also added some die cuts that I had recently bought.  The word “Hi” is by Die-namics by MFT, the Sea Horse and Circles are by Memory Box, and the Coral is From Gina Marie Dies.

Thanks for looking, Dee

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“Hello….”

This is a card I made for the Crafting Circle Monthly “Just For Fun Challenge.” It’s Sketch #4.

The papers were all in my stash as were the wooden buttons.  The “Hello” Die is Die-namics by My Favorite Things.  The bigger leaves are from a Gina Marie Die and the very small leaves were punched from an old punch I had by “Family Treasures.”

The Sequins are from “My Favorite Things” and so is the “Gift Box Cover-Up” Die.

I was not pleased with how the Vellum worked for a shaker card and next time I will use some kind of Acetate.

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“LETS CHILL….”

Here is my card made from Sketch #1 of the Monthly Crafting Circle “Just for Fun Blog.”  It’s fun to follow the sketches and whatever else they “THROW” at us…like their way out there extra credits!

And speaking of those extra credits, my card also incorporates some of them from this month such as: using Vellum, Fabric, and a Hand-colored image.

I used a 5-1/2 x 5-1/2 white pre-made card base and envelope set from JoAnn Craft Essentials. The Pattern Paper is from a new BoBunny 6 x 6 Paper Stack from Hobby Lobby called “Altitude.”

The digital image is a Mo Manning one called “Chill,” which I’ve colored with my Copic Markers. The image is cut with a rectangle Spellbinders “Nestability Die” and backed with papers from my scraps box. The layers were then put on part of a Gauze Bandage to add to the snowy look.

The Snow Flakes are cut from a Die Set by “Die-namics” from MY Favorite Things and were cut out of a heavy vellum that I bought one time at “Tuesday Morning” and never used. It’s got some great “bright” colors in the package that I’ll be sure to use on Christmas Flowers.

I have dotted the centers of the Snowflakes and parts of the background with “Rhinestones” by Gemstones from Hobby Lobby.

Thanks for looking, Dee

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Tipsey-Tervy Time….

Here’s the new Freebie Friday Progressive Challenge image by digital artist Janice Cullen Collyer of Scrapper’s Delights. This adorable image is called “Tipsey-Tervy” and is part of a new collection that Janice has done on the Circus. Check it out and you’ll find some great images that will take you back to your childhood days spent under the Big Top.

I’ve colored the digital image with my Copic Markers. I combined images from several sheets of pattern papers, but they are all from “The Great Circus Company” by The Paper Studio from Hobby Lobby.

The small letters are from a Die-namics Die Set by My Favorite Things and the larger letters are from a Die Set by ART ©, also bought at Hobby Lobby. The set comes with matching letter stamps.

Don’t miss out on all the fun. Join us and lets see your rendition of this cute image.

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