I have made this card for 2 challenges, Sketch Saturday week 87 and Just Cute Bears Challenge 1. I have followed the sketch on Sketch Saturday and the theme for Just Cute Bears is One for the Girls. The paper is from the free MME pack with this months Cardmaking & papercraft magazine. Not sure what the image is called as I was sent it in a stash swap.
Monday, 25 January 2010
Doodle Dragon Studios challenge blog. This weeks challenge was a sketch. Its another card for my sons birthday the image is one of Dustin Pikes fab drawings, it reminded me of my son as soon as I saw it I have been waiting a while to use it I'm sure I will use it again soon. The Monkey is mounted on white and green cardstock which has been cut with nesties and the edges inked, the strip of white underneath has also had its edges inked and been run through the cuttlebug with the swiss dots folder. The background paper is from DCWV.
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
I know I'm a bit slow but here is my first easel card I have admired everyone else and finally got round to making one myself. Its another birthday card for my son. The image is from mo's digital pencil coloured with promarkers and the backing papers are from the fab cd that I won on the allsorts challenge blog from Funkyhand called Funky Daze. The brad, card candy and cardstock are from my stash.
Here's my card for Toms mum KISS challenge over on MSE. The image is a free stamp off of a magazine mounted onto some silver and pink card. I have embossed the side of the card with my cuttlebug and run some ribbon down the join and added silver dots to the centre of the daisys with a gel pen.
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
heres my card for this challenge in which you had to followthe recipe of 1. the sketch, 2. include a dog and 3. use a check pattern. Again not sure what this image is called as I recieved it in a stash swap. The papers are from a Forever friends pad and the sentiment was done on the computer.
Here's my card for this weeks challenge. I'm not sure where the image is from as I recieved it in a stash swap, I have coloured it with my promarkers. The papers are basic grey and if you look closely you can see the lace tape I have added . The flowers are punched with a woodware punch out of the same papers and finished with a small glitter brad and small flat backed pearls.
This weeks challenge was to make a card from the sketch provided. I 'm not sure where the image is from as I recieved it in a stash swap, its mounted on the back side of some white wash card. I have embossed some more of the whitewash card with my swiss dots embossing folder and lightly sanded it to allow the colour through. The backing paper is from a daisy & dandylion pad and the sentiment was done on the computer.
Sunday, 3 January 2010
Here is my card for this weeks challenge which was to be good and used up your old stash or show off your new christmas goodies and follow the sketch provided. I have used my new fairy doodles stamp for the image. the striped paper and the sentiment are from a fab freebie from here . The cardstock is all from my new DCWV pad that I got in the sale.
Here's my entry for this weeks challenge.
The image is one I was sent in a stash swap, the paper is from basic grey nook and pantry collection and the pink card is from DCWCV christmas cardastock pad which I got in the sales for a bargin £3. The sentiment is a daisy & dandyelion one and the flowers are punched and sanded slightly.
The lovely Rainmac set us a sketch challenge which was just what I needed to get me making cards again after christmas. The papers are from a forever friends pad and the image is a fairy doodles stamp.
This one is one of the ten thankyou cards I need to make for the kids to send out after christmas.
The papers are basic grey and the stamp is another fairy doodles one.