I am so excited to share my news with all of you! For the second time this year I have had a project published in Creative Scrapbooker Magazine. You can find my project in the Fall 2018 edition!
I am back with one last project made for the Creative Moments Challenge Blog.
This week the challenge is SUMMER.
My sponsor for this weeks challenge is Rick St Dennis.
There are so many images and colouring pages to pick from so it was a hard to decision but since the theme was summer I chose the Helen’s Mice July digital stamp image!
Here is my finished project!
National sewing day is just around the corner do the theme this week is “show some stitching, real or faux”
I had the pleasure of using a Knitty Kitty image this week!
The image that I have chosen is the Cupcake Kitty. I coloured the kitty with Prismacolor pencils. I just added faux stitching around the edge of the stripped patterned paper using a fine black marker.
Digital kitty stamp- Knitty Kitty
“sweet” sticker-Jillibean Soup
I think that I am going to send this cutie to my niece for her 7th birthday this month. I hope she likes it!
The theme this challenge is humour! My sponsor is Dr. Digi’s House Of Stamps.
If you have never checked out Dr. Digi’s stamps you must! There are many fun stamps to choose from! The image that I chose for my project is Flossie Bumblethorp! She looks like she would be feisty!
Here is Flossie.
I thought that this colour combo matched the image so I layered up.
Here is the finished project!
What do you think?
Flossie Bumblethorp digital image-Dr. Digi’s House of Stamps
Coloured with Spectrum Noir & Chameleon markers
Patterned paper- CTMH
Sentiment stamp-Kindred Stamps
Mother’s Day is coming up very soon so that is the theme of this challenge on the Creative Moments Challenge Blog
My sponsor for this challenge is Scribbles Designs. There are many cute digital stamps to pick from at Scribbles.
I was looking for something a little flowery and found this cute little frame!
I coloured the image with Prismacolor pencils.
Here is the completed project.
Products used: Scribbles digital stamp, Prismacolor pencils, CTMH patterned paper and dots embossing folder, Recollections White cardstock, misc. lace ribbon., Mom stamp by Avery Elle
Thanks for stopping by! ❤️
Here I am once again with a fantastic challenge from Creative Moments Challenge Blog.
For Challenge #141 the theme is a minimum of 2 flowers on your creation.
My sponsor this challenge is
The image that I have chosen is Cinema Chaplin. It is an adorable image of a boy and his dog. I have boys and dogs so this one tugs at my heart. ❤️ I don’t very often use flowers on masculine cards so this is a bit of a challenge for me but I am up for it!
I used Graphic 45 Raining Cats & Dogs paper. One of the papers had a beautiful floral print in gorgeous, vintage colours. The colours of this floral paper were incorporated into the Cinema Chaplin stamp as to coordinate the image with the paper. The floral paper is what I used as the flowers requested in the theme. I layered up several patterned papers and knotted lace ribbon to give the look of depth while using 3D adhesive to lift the characters.
Products used: Mari digi image, Spectrum Noir markers, Chameleon markers, Graphic45 paper sticker and chipboard , Recollections cardstock, miscellaneous ribbon.
Check out more gorgeous I images at Mari Digi.
Welcome back! Today I am going to share my creation for the Creative Moments Challenge Blog Challenge #140.
The theme this time around is relaxing/ meditation as April 7 is apparently No Housework Day! I think everyday should be No Housework Day if you ask me!
My digital stamp is from Decosse‘s Dynamite Doodles.
There are lots of downloadable patterned papers, digital stamps and verses and sentiments. I have chosen a sentiment that I think sort of goes with the theme of relaxing/meditation. I have paired it up with a Tim Holtz stamp that suits the sentiment. All paper and cardstock is CTMH, coloured with Spectrum Noir markers.
I made a second card with another Decosse’s sentiment. I just printed it out and added some layers of Recollections cardstock and some paper flowers. It really was quite simple. Here it is>>>
Thanks for looking!
Wow is it really March already? I was hoping that March would bring some nicer weather than February did but so far it is not! At least with the cold, snowy weather I have had plenty of time to get crafty!
The theme for this challenge is International Women’s Day which is on March 8.
The image that I have chosen to celebrate this Women’s Day is the Fredericka Debutante digital stamp. Fredericka is a beautiful stamp!
Supplies used digital stamp by Polkadoodles, sentiment stamp by Kraftin Kimmie, patterned paper and sequins by CTMH, Recollections cardstock, Doodlebug Design heart clip, misc ribbon, Spectrum Noir markers, Chameleon markers, scrapbook Adhesives By 3L 3D foam squares
Welcome to my Creative Moments project for the Creative Moments Challenge Blog Challenge #137. The theme this week is all about fairies and other magic/mystic/fantasy creatures.
My sponsor for this round of challenges is
There are so many pretty digi stamps at the Mari Digi Stamps store! My chosen digi is Red and White Queen. I thought this would be part of a really cute and fanciful table centre piece. I started by colouring the image with Spectrum Noir markers.
I used permanent metallic markers to colour the crowns and buckles. Fussy cutting is not my friend! 😕
The cup was cut with my Cricut.
Here is the complete project! I hope you like it!
Supplies used: Mari Digi stamp, Spectrum Noir markers, Chameleon markers, DCWV card stock, & various ephemera.
I am here again to share my creation for the Creative Moments Challenge Blog. This week the theme is weather & a sentiment.
You can find your way to the challenge and the image by clicking the above pictures!
I had a wonderful time working with the mountain image from Scribbles. I love the look of the mountains and can see them most days from my living room window! We live just a couple of hours from one of the most beautiful places on earth! ( I may be biased 😊) My sons & husband ski. I do not, but I occasionally go with them and read in the lodge. Sometimes I bring projects to work on. I do wish that I enjoyed skiing but I have tried it and it really isn’t my thing. I grew up on the prairies so there was not much opportunity to learn.
I coloured the mountain image with Spectrum Noir markers and used a white embossing powder covered with UTEE to give the look of snow.
The plaid paper, spotted acrylic sheet (used back side of), compass sticker, bear & tree diecut as well as the sentiment stamp were all CTMH.