CRAFT challenge – #611

The sponsor for this challenge is Doctor Digi and the theme is Baby/family. Each week we invite you to join us at Trimmies Craft Challenge going with the theme.

Coloured with Chameleon pens, t ty his image made me think of all of the people that have been out nurturing their gardens while lockdown has been going on.

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CRAFT challenge #571 – Shaped card/Anything goes

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I’ve used this image a couple of times before, it’s so versatile and I love it! It’s called “quackers”. I’ve water-coloured these lovely birds with distress inks and sat them on some die cut branches. So cute!

#500 CRAFT challenge – Colour combo

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I really love this colour combo and hope you do too. The image is called “quackers” and is so cute, I used distress inks to water colour the image and the colour that was still on the mat I used to create the background and colour the die cut image. The die cut image I then sprayed with the Crafters Companion gold spray and sparkle. This just helps it to pop a little from the background.

I used some silicone glue to give some depth to the birds as I see them as normally quite fluffy and rounded.

#483 CRAFT challenge – Sport

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Our sponsor this week is Dr digi house of stamps. I’m an ice hockey fan so when the theme was sport I was so pleased to find find this ice hockey guy. The image was coloured with my Chameleon pens. I really wasn’t sure what I was going to do for the background and I found ,yield thinking about the words associated with ice hockey and then it struck me that I should put these down and make that my background. Hence the words here.

To create the word background I used scan n cut canvas and I chose different fonts for the words the sized them to give some variation. I then used the draw function to add this to a backing paper. I think it is a fab men’s card.