I really think this digital image by Bloobel made for a very unique card, especially since I have several friends who love to skin dive. The image is called “Swimming Diver” and was released as the Bloobel Progressive Challenge for July.
I colored the image with Copic Markers and Prisma Colored Pencils. I also used a touch of “Diamond Glaze” on the goggles and bubbles. I then fussy-cut the image and attached her with foam pops.
I think I found the perfect pattern papers in my stash to use on this card. The “Sand/Beach” paper was a single sheet of paper by DCWV that I’ve had for several years, and the “Water” paper was from the “Happy Place” stack by Dean Lizzy for American Crafts.
The Dies are by Gena Marie, Die-Namics, and Memory Box.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you are having a great summer and keeping cool!
This time of the year I’ve a large number of birthday cards to make, so I thought that this cute image called “Bug Birthday – Bird 4” would be a great place to start. This is also my card for the July “Bugaboo Crafty Challenge” at The Crafting Circle.Com.
If you haven’t checked out the new and improved “Bugaboo” Digital Online Store, make sure you do. She’s always got great sales going on and some of the nicest digital stamps around…and don’t forget to check out her Free Image each Friday.
I chose to color this image with my Copic Markers and also my Prisma Colored Pencils. The patterned papers were all from a new stack by Echo Park that I bought at a recent Convention. The stack is Called “Birthday Wishes.”
I cut my colored image with a Spellbinder’s Scalloped Circle Die, plus I used the Die-Namics “Bottle Cap Numbers” by My Favorite Things to cut out the date.
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If it’s July in America then it’s time to wear your Red, White and Blue and help celebrate the 4th of July!
For this month’s Crafty Awesomeness Challenge, I’ve chosen to use this digi by Scrapper’s Delight called “Lady Constance.” (It was also the pick for their Progressive Challenge on their FB page.)
I’ve colored the image with my Copic Markers and outlined some part of it with a white Prisma Pencil so it would stand out agains the dark background. The patterned paper is a scrap of double-sided paper called “Liberty Fireworks” by Bo Bunny, that I thought went great with the 4th of July theme. The stickers are by “Life’s Little Occasions” and originally came from Joanns.
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Hello again. This is my card for the May Progressive Challenge for Scrapper’s Delight. The cute image of the little girl with her “Lolly” is by digital artists Janice Cullen Collyer and is still available on her site for free until the first week in June. At that time a new image will be out and available if you have completed this one.
I’ve colored the image with Copic Markers and added some pattern paper from my scraps, a few flowers and matching buttons from my stash. My goal was to make a “Clean and Simple Card” and I think this fits the bill.
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Hi everyone. This is my newest card and it’s for the “Bloobel Progressive Challenge” for May. Having several Teachers in our family, I thought it was a perfect card to send to one of them. By this time of the year I thought that they all must feel this way, not just the students! Don’t you think so?
The cute digital image is by Bloobel and called “Bored at Work.” He’s been colored with my Copic Markers, White Gelly Roll Pen, and Prisma Pencils.
I used a Spellbinger Die for the basic background shapes and then used the Bottle Cap Letter Dies by Die-Namics from My Favorite Things. The Speech Bubble and Sentiment are both computer generated.
The Pattern Papers are more “Oldies” that I dug out of my 8½ x 11 drawer. Sorry, but neither had a name on them. The Red Cardstock was a scrap.
I hope you were able to grab this free image and enter the challenge. If not, sign up so you can get the Free June Image when it’s released.
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