This card is for the “Crafty Awesomeness” May Challenge. The featured artist this month is Digital Artist Rick St. Dennis. I chose this saucy lady called “Morning Goddess Edie.” I loved all the cats gathered around her feet and meowing for their breakfast! How many of you go through the name thing each morning?
I’ve colored the image with Copic Markers and dotted the background with a Gray Copic Marker and with White Opal Liquid Pearls. The Paper I used is from a stack called “Animal Prints” by America Crafts. I had just picked it up on sale at a Beals Outlet and thought it would go perfect with the cats.
I used the Stitched Scalloped Oval Dies by Gina Marie and also the Bottle Cap Letters by Die-Namics by MFT.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you grab an image and play along with us this month.
You guys all know how I love these Bugaboo Digi “Older” characters. Well, this one was perfect for a friend of mine who can no longer “Hop” around with the grandkids. (I also know that feeling!)
This image is called “Stella Tid-Bits – Old Bunnies.” I’ve colored her with my Copic Markers to match the colors in the pattern paper. The paper is from The Disney “All Seasons Mega Pad,” which has turned out to be my favorite and most versatile paper pad that I’ve ever purchased.
The Die is a Die-Namics by My Favorite Things and another item that is turning out to be a “go-to” favorite of mine called the “Stitched Rectangle Scalloped Edge.” I’ve made some dots in the background using a Copic Pen and Ranger “White Opal” Liquid Pearls.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you grab a Bugaboo Digi and join the monthly Bugaboo Crafty Challenge sponsored by Bugaboostamps over at Craftingcircle.com.
to start your Christmas Cards. Yep, I’m always going to do mine early but you know how it is, there’s always another card to make first.
This card uses an adorable image by Scrapper’s Delight called ‘Fairy Day Dream.” I had this great stack of Disney Holiday paper and was going to pair her up with a patterned paper that had Tinkerbell scattered across the page, but it just didn’t work out. It was way too busy looking. This one is a much more subtle Christmas print and I love how the colors go together.
So, how many Christmas cards have you done?