I tried something a bit different for me on this card. I stamped the image onto watercolour card and then watercoloured around the image, using Distress inks. Then I coloured the image with alcohol markers. The image is by Neat and Tangled and the sentiment is by Heffy Doodle.
This set by Avery Elle was an impulse buy - I'm always attracted to windmills in real life and in crafts. But it has set on my desk for weeks - I just couldn't think of what to do with it. Googling images brought up loads of lovely designs - but that didn't really help as I thought all ideas had been taken and done better than I could. Then I noticed that all the designs I was looking at had used the matching dies to cut them out. So I thought I'd make a card with just some simple stamping, masking and colouring. The sentiments are by Hampton Art.
"Bright eyes...burning like fire..."
Ever since I chose Watership Down for The Library challenge , I've been annoying myself by singing the movie theme tune.
For my first card I stamped and silver embossed a 'moon' by The Ton and stamped the rabbit (Personal Impressions) and sentiment (Pink Fresh)..and that was it! This card was inspired by the cover of the book.
For my second card, I just used the rabbit theme of the story to make a bunny band birthday card. (I actually gave it to my partner's step-father for his birthday) . The stamps are by My Favorite Things, coloured with markers.
It's snowing again!
In real-life and on my card.
The image and the sentiment are different Penny Black sets. I coloured it with alcohol markers (with gel pen snow) and cut it in this shape because originally it was going to go into a snowdome. But I changed my mind.
My turn to choose the challenge at City Crafter, and with Easter coming up I thought it's be nice to use rabbits (or just bunny ears) on our projects.
These rabbits are from a set by Heffy Doodle- I stamped them onto punched squares and coloured them with Promarkers. On the card base I added threes score lines , a sentiment (Neat and Tangled) and some Nuvo drops.
We look forward to seeing your projects for this challenge but please first go over to the blog and see wonderful projects the rest of the DT have made.
Here I stamped and embossed a Penny Black stamp in copper on kraft, and selectively coloured it using Zig markers. I paper pieced her dress out of a scrap old scrapbooking paper. I added Nuvo glitter drops to her dress.
I do love circular stamps, of the kind that have open space in the middle. I got a new set from Winnie and Walter that has lots of them - I've used two here. The elephant is from a different Winnie and Walter set , the speech bubble is Craftwork Cards and the sentiment is (I think) Hero Arts. I spritzed the base card with Cosmic Shimmer spray.
Being on the DT at Inkspirational, I obviously know the challenge themes well in advance and don't always make them in the right order...so I hadn't noticed that in the last challenge I also used a (different ) Penny Black mouse stamp and the exact same sentiment from Hero Arts. The light stamp is by My Favorite Things.
We have a wonderful Guest Designer, Bharati , so please come over to Inkspirational and see what she and the DT have made and enter your project.