19 Jun 2009

Sugar Bowl Challenge 13

Challenge 13 as well as the sketch was to use "Kraft" or browns and creams (i have no idea what Kraft is). I have used the Little Goth Girl stamp. (I really like this stamp). And orange pearls and gems (although the flowers look green in the scan).

Daughters Birthday

Here is the card I have made for my daughters 16th Birthday. The stamp is the Sugar Nellie - Little Goth Girl - my daughter is "goth" and also likes purple. I used lots of pearls and gems as well and have used only 2 Sakura gel pens to colour in the image, but watercoloured with them to get the shading.

15 Jun 2009

Fathers Day Card

Back to the old faithfull Daisy and Dandelion decoupage sheets - card for my father-in-law. The buttons are decoupaged too.

13 Jun 2009

Sugar Bowl Challenge 12 Entry

Here is my entry for challenge 12 in the Sugar Bowl - there was a sketch to follow by Lisa and the colours blue and green were the requirements. It's not scanned very well and looks a bit wonky. All the papers used are from a Sizzix pack, I have used pearls, gems and a floradoodle. The stamp is Sugar Nellie - Country Garden, I experimented colouring in the hair by using 3 different shades of brown.

Pirate in Greens

Another card using the Sugar Nellie Pirate stamp - the senitment is cut out from the Daisy and Dandelion decoupage sheet - papermania papers from a stack.

The Next Level

I thought I would add a new post regarding THE NEXT LEVEL brilliant blog site with lots of how to's -most definately worth a look. Link is at the top of my page on the left underneath the clock.

8 Jun 2009

Another Pirate

I cannot just use a stamp once, so here is another one.

Sugar Nellie - Pirate

My daughters boyfriend is soon to be 16 and he has this fascination with Pirates so have made this card for his birthday. I searched Photobucket for the background papers. Used the SUGAR NELLIE pirate stamp coloured in with Marvy Markers and Sakura gel pens. Copper brads for the corners and gems to add some accents. However still think there is something missing/wrong but can't quite put my finger on it.