I’m doing a second Bugaboo project for our monthly Bugaboo Crafty Challenge and this one is WAY out of my comfort zone! It’s a Coloring Page, which turned into quite a challenge for me. It can be found here.
I planned to use one of my favorite Copic color combos…black, yellow, and gray, but it turned out that I needed to add another color to the mix. I chose a pretty turquoise to compliment the other colors. I’ve also used lots of Wink-Of-Stella Clear or Black Glitter Brush Pens on the image, but it’s hard to see in the photo. I’ve added a rhinestone to the center of each of the flowers and I think it really makes them pop.
I was so pleased with how this came out that I added the date to the front and now plan to use it as a Journal Cover.
CHALLENGES I ENTERED:
This wonderful Free “Mummy” Digital image is the latest Freebie Friday Progressive Challenge Image by the wonderful digital artist…Janice Cullen Cullyer of Scrapper’s Delights. Most of you probably know the drill by now, but if not here’s what you do:
The image is Free to first time users or for those who requested the last Progressive Image and used it to enter the Blog Challenge. If you requested the image and didn’t get to use it, you can get this one for $1 at Janice’s store. It’s as simple as that.
I chose to make an Easel Card this time. I’ve colored the image with Copic Markers and Prisma Colored Pencils. She is “popped” with a very thick layer of foam tape under the head and then I used thinner pops for the body. It gives a nice 3-D effect.
The wonderful background paper is from a Graphic 45 Paper Stack called “Happy Halloween.” I’ve added a few extra tree branches that were cut from a Tim Holtz Alterations Die called “On The Edge.” The Clothes Pins were bought at a post Halloween sale last year at Michaels’ Craft Store and are by Recollections. The Puffy Halloween Sticker was from my stash and is made by Momenta.
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…For One Of Your Smiles…MY MAMMIE! This is from the original 1927 version of the very first “Talkie” movie “The Jazz Singer” staring Al Jolson. I can remember watching it with my parents when I was a child and it was WAY old then. I much prefer the 1980 adaptation staring Neil Diamond.
This idea popped into my head when I first saw the new “Freebie Friday Progressive Challenge Image” from Janice Cullen Collyer of Scrapper’s Delight. If you did the last challenge, you can get this image free or you can buy it for $1.00 from the Scrapper’s Delight store HERE.
The image was colored with Copic Markers and the saying was computer generated. Card Base is by “The Paper Studio” from Hobby Lobby and the solid Card Stock is by “Recollections.” The Patterned Paper is by g.c.d. Studios. The hat and hand have been popped with Foam Dots, also from Hobby Lobby.
CHALLENGES I ENTERED:
It’s Blog Hop Time at Scrapper’s Delight. If you’ve reached us from here…you are in the right place. This week we are featuring the new Steampunk Images by Janice Cullen Collyer. Make sure to take advantage of her generous coupon included below.
My image is called “Lady Constance” and can be found here…. I colored her with Copic Markers and used a White Gelly Roll Pen for highlights. I fussy-cut the images and stacked them with 3D Black Foam Squares by Scrapbook Adhesives, which are available at Hobby Lobby. The printed paper is from a stack called “Accomplished” by Authentique. The clock and her lips are coated with Diamond Glaze by Judi Kins.
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!