Thursday, 12 October 2017

Lavinia stamps October challenge 

As we approach the middle of October I thought I would share some inspiration for the All Hallows eve theme challenge. For this card I thought l would use a the Dreams and delights cutting file. maybe it’s where Willow the witch lives. 

For the background I used squeezed lemonade, spiced marmalade, faded jeans and seedless preserves distress inks. I cut the dreams and delights file from black card, used a white pencil on the vines then coloured them with a green metallic pencil then sprayed with spray and shine. I raised this slightly with pin flair glue. I stamped Winnie the witch with black versafine highlighted her hair and sleeves with green metallic pen, then cut her out and placed her on top so she was raised up too, next I stamped the fairy web on the four corners with versafine then brushed over with cosmic shimmer dust. Then added one of the spiders from the bug set

For the background, I found some multicoloured netting, I placed this on some black card before mounting the main image. 

I hope this inspires your creativity and look forward to seeing all your wonderful creations. 

Thursday, 5 October 2017

Creative Fingers challenge 138

There is a new challenge at creative fingers.

The theme for this challenge is anything goes. 

The challenge will run for two weeks and 

the sponcers for this challenge are Bugaboo stamps.

For this challenge I choose the bug bat mummy image. 

Printed onto Sheena card coloured with spectrum noir Pens, IG1,IG3, IG5, BG1, EB7 and LY1. 

For the face I used satin and saffron promarkers. I coloured the background 

with spectrum noir pencils then blended it into the card. 

then highlighted the mummy, stars and bat wings with clear sparkle pen. 

I used printed papers for the background and a piece of bandage. 

I look forward to seeing your creations in this challenge. 

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Lavinia stamps October challenge. 

Good Evening all.

The October challenge for Lavinia stamps is under way. The theme for this month is all hallows eve.

There were lots of fantastic entries last month,  so for your chance to win £40 worth of Lavinia goods from the shop why not pop along and take part in the fun.

For full information please visit the Lavinia challenge page.

I enjoyed making the samples for this challenge they are quite colourful for All Hallows' eve.

Products used for this card are:

I inked Sheena card with ripe permision, spiced marmalade, wild honey, mowed lawn, gathered twigs and black soot distress inks.

All stamps were inked with Onyx black versafine.

I inked the sleeve on the witch and added this to the tree.

Highlighted with clear sparkle pen, white pen and a green glitter pen.

For card 2 the following products were used.

The pumpkin was cut from Sheena card on my scan n cut.

I used ripe permission, spiced marmalade, antique linen, gathered twigs and mowed lawn distress inks.

All images stamped with black onyx versafine ink, highlighted with clear sparkle pen.

I look forward to seeing all your wonderful creations.

I have entered the following challenge

Friday, 29 September 2017

Sketch Saturday 

It has been a pleasure being September guest designer at sketch Saturday this month.
The final challenge for September is underway now, as it's week 5 you can choose any sketch from #215 to #482. I have chosen sketch #395. please follow link for full details
Look forward to seeing all your fabulous creations, hope to be back as guest designer in the future.

Icoloured the image with spectrum noir markers. I used the following colours
CR6, CR8, CR11, TN1, TN3, TN6, highlighted with gold pen.

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Sketch Saturday 16th September, guest designer.

Hello crafty friends.

Sketch 481 has begun over on the sketch Saturday challenge blog. Please pop along and take part in the challenge. It's a great way to share your projects!

The sponcers for this week are:

We have a great sketch for this week, I have had fun making a project with this one.

This is my card for week three as guest designer for sketch Saturday.

I used spectrum noir markers for this project, PP1, PP4, for the body.
FL3,GB2, for the Beak.
BG2, BG4 for the shoes.
TB1, BT4, TB1, BT4, OR1, CR1, DG2, and DG4 for the hats and scarfs.
The blue around the bird is with TB2.
My card for week two as guest designer is

Friday, 1 September 2017

Sketch Saturday September 2017 guest designer.

It is a great honour to announce that I will be the guest designer for September at sketch Saturday. I'm so looking forward to creating some projects to inspire you all this month. 

My first sketch is #479, the sponsor for this sketch


I had great fun with this sketch, had lots of ideas, my final choice was to use one of the crazy birds, coloured with spectrum noir pencils. The background was done with distress inks, salty ocean, peacock feathers, cracked pistachios, evergreen bough. Used iced spruce on the stencil. 
The presents were coloured with faded denim distress ink and highlighted with clear sparkle pen. 
Trying very hard to use the free stamps from magazines lately, the sentiment came from a creative stamping magazine. I do hope you like my creation, I look forward to seeing your lovely creations. 


Friday, 4 August 2017

Lavinia stamps mid-month reminder.

Hello friends

Hope you are all enjoying the summer.
I am on holiday with family and friends, having a great time, but thought I'd pop on the blog with a reminder that there is still time to participate in the August lavinia stamps challenge. the theme this month is Blue and orange hues. dont forget the fabulous prize is a £40 voucher to spend in the Shop. there is a  large variety of  products that can be purchased. the winner is picked randomly so everyone has a chance of winning. for full  details please follow the link,
 Lavinia August Challenge

For my Mid-month sample, I used the following products

I also  used the following stencil designed by Lavinia stamps.
Chinese Lantern

I used Spiced marmalade distress oxide ink to stamp the chinese lanterns
I also used this to colour the stencil design.
The hanging lantern, words and stars were inked with faded jeans oxide ink.
The background was inked with broken china oxide that was placed on mat, spritzed with water then twisted in a circular  motion, loved the way it looked like the moon in the centre so left it as it was,
highlighted edge with spiced marmalade, highlighted hanging lanterns with orange gel pen, finally used white pen on chinese lanterns
 Good luck with your entries.