This is my card for the “Crafty Awesomeness Challenge.” We were suppose to use a Digital Stamp and a Gina Marie Die.
The image I chose was one by Mo Manning called “Toyshop Helper” and is available at Mo’s Digital Pencil. I colored the image with my Copic Markers and a touch of white pen.
The red and green Cardstock is from my scrap pile, but the pattern paper is from a 6×6 DCWV stack called “The Christmas Basics,” which I bought last year.
The Twine is from Hobby Lobby and the Red Ribbon is from JoAnns. I dotted the background with Liquid Pearls and Ranger Stardust Stickles.
The Gina Marie Die is from the Stitched Hexagon Die Set. Make sure to check out her great selection and great prices.
This is another card I made using this great image from Bugaboo Digital Stamps called “Ruby Calendar Month – Thanksgiving.” It’s another one of my Thanksgiving cards for this year.
This is also my #2 Sketch Card for MsWipz’s monthly “Just For Fun” Challenge that you can find here. I’ve done several cards with this Bugaboo image and find that it works great for any big Holiday.
I’ve colored her with my Copic Markers and dotted areas with Ranger Stardust Stickles. I’ve also used Diamond Glaze by Judi Kins on the Glasses and on the Pie Plate. I used small Rhinestones from my stash for her Earrings and her Ring.
The Leaf is a punch, but it didn’t show a company name. The Knife and Fork are from a Die-cut set by Paper Smooches. (There is also a spoon included.) The Twine was in my stash.
The Papers are scraps from other cards I made this year.
Thanks for looking, Dee
I’ve had this really cute image here for a while and I finally got to color it and get a card made. This is for a very special little girl who loves Unicorns! The image is by Janice Cullen Collyer of Scrapper’s Delights and is called “Ava Unicorn Pony.” This series of several different digital stamps can be found here.
I’ve colored the image with Prisma Pencils and Copic Markers. The stars are cut using an assortment of Star Dies made by “Die-namics” from My Favorite Things. I’ve also used Ranger “Stardust” Stickles on some of them and also around the Stitched Oval Die Cut, which is also by Die-namics. I topped it off with a little Rhinestone on her horn and more Stickles.
I made my card base from Heavy Duty Cardstock by “The Paper Studio” from Hobby Lobby and the Patterned background paper is from my scrap pile.
Wow, it’s hard to believe that the year is half over and it’s time to start on our Christmas cards. But don’t fret…just hop over to the new “Freebie Friday Progressive Challenge” at Scrapper’s Delights. This time Janice has picked a Christmas image called “Santa’s Helper” and if you completed last month’s image, you can get this image here for Free. If not, it will be available for $1 in the Scrapper’s Delights Store.
The Design Team was asked to make a card with this image using non-traditional Christmas Colors. It’s hard to be in a Christmas mood when the temperature outside is in the 90s, but this card sure helped me to start thinking about how soon all the holidays will be upon us. I for one am going to start picking out all of my images now so I can get my coloring started. I’m not sure what you do, but I like to make a special card for each person on my card list.
My card base is pre-made from “The Paper Studio” by Hobby Lobby, and the pattern papers are from “The Disney All Season’s” Pad. The blue and white paper is by TPC Studios and is named “Woodland Winter Carnaval.”
I colored the “Santa’s Helper” image with my Copic Markers, plus I added a few ornaments that I cut from a scrap of paper from my scrap pile. The branches are made with a Memory Box Die call “Pine Branches,” and I just cut them in several different colors and glued them down. The small red bow is made from my embroidery thread and I’ve also highlighted some things on the card with “Ranger’s Star Dust Stickles” and a “Wink of Stella Gold Brush Tip Glitter Pen.”
I’m not sure if my attempt to make a “fur rug” was successful or not, but I’ve had this swatch of fur/feathers from an after Christmas Sale at Hobby Lobby forever and I thought I’d give it a try.
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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!