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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This month on the Crafty Awesomeness Challenge we are being sponsored by Sasayaki Glitter. The first image I’m using is of an adorable baby elephant with a birthday cake. It’s called Baby Elly’s Birthday. All these great stamps sell for under $3. What a deal!
I wanted to do the card in bright colors and chose this green paper with white polkadots from the “Birthday Blow Out” Paper Pack. This is from a 6×6 paper pad by My Favorite Things. They have quite a few great paper packs out now besides their solid color cardstock with matching inks.
The Pink Corner Tag was cut from a sheet of Birthday Paper from the 6×6 stack called “Birthday Wishes” and made by DCWV. The twine on the tag was from my stash. I also used my Copic Markers to color the image. The Happy Birthday and the Wonky Circle Dies are by Die-namics from My Favorite Things. The number 1 is made of chipboard. The Flowers and rhinestone were also from stash.
I hope you enjoy the card and please check out the wonderful digi stamps from Sasayaki Glitter.
This is a card I made for the “Crafting Circle” monthly challenge. It’s a Just for Fun challenge and it really gets your juices flowing. Everyone is welcome, so please come and join us.
This digital stamp is from “A Day for Daisies” and I thought it was just perfect for the sketch I had to follow. I also hope to enter it into the ADFD Challenge Blog.
I colored the image with my Copic Markers, and I used a lot of Wink of Stella Clear Brush Pen on the little fairy and around the oval. The stitched oval and the fancy edged one are by Die-namics from My Favorite Things. All papers were from my scraps and the flowers and rhinestones are from my stash. The center of the flowers is done with a small punch from the $1 section at Michaels.
We were supposed to include a “Poem” on this card, but this is the best I could do. I know that if I had had my Cricut up and running, it probably would have been easy-peasy, but I didn’t. I made the little scroll and colored it with my markers.
Challenges I’ve Entered:
Here’s my card for The “June Crafty Awesomeness Challenge” at The Crafting Circle.
I’m sure that we’ve all had days when we can identify with this “cutting-edge” image by digital artist Rick St. Dennis. This image is called “Bang Your Head Slowly” and can be found here at Zibbet.
I’ve colored the image with Copic Markers and used Prisma Colored Pencils for the eyes. The black and red colored cardstock is by Recollections. The checked paper is from the “Mother Goose” paper stack by Graphic 45, and the other patterned paper is called “Black Swirl Roses” by Recollections.
I also used a large Friskars Flower Punch and a small one made by E.K. Success. The small letters are a Die by Die-Namics from MFT. The large Alphabet Stickers are by Making Memories and must be at least 10 years old. The black and white stickers are “Thickers” by A.C. The rhinestones were in my stash.
Rick St. Dennis Digi Fans & Friends Facebook Group
Rick St Dennis Zibbet Store
Rick St Dennis Etsy Store ( darker images )
Challenges I entered:
If so, you’ll love the new Friday Freebie this week over at Scrapper’s Delights Facebook Group. To me this very sophisticated digital image lends itself to all kinds of Romantic and girly-girl card ideas. Lets have some fun and see what ideas you can come up with.
Here’s my card:
The Digital Image is by Scrapper’s Delights and was colored with Copic Markers. I also used a .005 Zig Millennium Black Marker for the scroll on the lip stick case. All papers were from my scrap box and the flowers and bow are from Joanns. The sentiment was printed on my computer… and I think it says it all!