This cute little guy is thinking about someone which to me made me think of a memory that they had hence why I chose it. It’s coloured with Chameleon pens (GR2, GR1, BV2, BL2, NG4, YO3, BL3, VO2). The coloured image has been matted and layered for quite a CAS card.
This first card is using Quackers from Doctor digi house of stamps.
I love these birds. I’ve used them before. This time I colored them with my Conte water colour pencils I’ve had since the 1980’s. They are still going strong despite their age, just like me! I embossed a branch, coloured it with distress inks and the fussy cut it out and used this as a branch to put the bird in on the bold backing paper from papermania. I absolutely love it and this is the card I just gave to my best friend for her birthday!
The second card I’ve made here is using JJ 29 again from Bugaboo.
Again this is an image I’ve used before too. I used it for my mums birthday and it’s one I’m sure I’ll use again. I have used a different colour pallet this time, colouring this with the following Chameleon pens (BL7, BL4, NU2, NU1, PK3, PK4, VO2, BV2, NU00). I mounted this onto a background I made with my gelli plate and a patterned paper sheet from a papermania paper pad that I’ve had forever!
I hope that you like these two digital stamps as much as I do and that you’ll head over and grab them to add to your stash!
The winner will receive a $12 voucher to spend in their store.
My mum is always saying she’s 29 so when I saw this image it made me smile! I’m sure she will love her card (but sssshhhhhhhh it’s not her birthday until the 18th so I’m hoping she doesn’t see it until then!).
The image was printed out and coloured with Chameleon pens. Glossy accents was then added on the glass and the glasses. I added some ink around the image on white can be quite stark on a darker background, this I felt helped tone in with the pens and to soften the harness of the white on the background. The background is one I printed a long time ago from Trimgym’s digistamps, papers and images but after printing it out I felt it didn’t fit the project at that time. So I found this out and decided this was the project for it – thanks Jo for the background image.
I would like to enter this for the following challenge:
https://digichoosday.blogspot.com/ Week 2 Anything Goes challenge.
I really love this it’s kind of Halloween but subtle and the girl looks sassy! Sassy is a word my sister in law in Canada used to describe my youngest daughter and it’s stuck with me.
I used Chameleon pens to colour her and an old sizzix embossing plate which I ran through my cut n boss to emboss the cobweb background. I inked the embossed cobweb with some distress ink just to highlight and add interest. The same ink is what I’ve used around the edge of the image too before mounting it all up and adding the sentiment.
I took inspiration from the flowers in the inspiration picture and I really liked this quote too. It was fun to colour with my chameleon pens and the blue background I added with the broken china distress ink.
I would like to enter this into the PIP challenge 1929 – ATG
thank you for the honorable mention PIP!
For this winter challenge I chose to go Christmasy and chose the Christmas glass. All full of baubles to get the Christmas season started. I know I’m a little early but crafters need to start Christmas early otherwise we simply run out of time!
So for this card I chose to combine the glass with some of Chloe’s stamps and dies which I stamped, heat embossed and water-coloured. The glass I coloured with some sparkly pens and then added some glaze over the glass itself.
I mounted this all up to frame the image and set it off.
One of the girls at work has just left on her maternity leave so this card was ideal for me to make and I love the image and sentiment. I didn’t know when I made it whether she was expecting a girl or a boy so I stuck to yellow and green to be neutral.
The yellow card is adorable scoreable and the green dogtooth and grey I had in my stash. The image was coloured with Chameleon pens. The image is ‘Bentley on the inside’.