Such a cute little boy and elephant which I’ve coloured with Chameleon pens NU00, NU2, RD3, NG4, BL3, BL4, WG3, BL2. The background was stamped and edged with Distress Ink Broken China.
Buttons and a bow were needed for this challenge and I managed to use them! I chose the background paper first in this project and then used the coordinating colours from my Chameleon pens. I stamped the sentiment and inked around the edge with distress oxide ink. I stuck the girl to the side of the sentiment and mounted this slightly off centre so that my bow could go to the left of the image and the buttons to the right.
Cute but mischievous comes to mind! Reminds me of my eldest daughter!! I love this sentiment.
She’s coloured with Chameleon pens. The background of the topper is tinted with broken china distress ink and layered onto a background I made with cosmic shimmer powders on black card. I die cut a snowflake flurry which I’ve also added to the card from glitter card. To cut this out I used some parchment paper so that the die cut released more easily and this fell onto the card giving a subtle reflection of the glitter die cut so I decided to stick this onto the card as well!
Hope you like it!
I chose to water colour this digital image with some sparkle pens I have in my stash so that the sparkle theme was throughout.
You’ll hopefully see the sparkle from this close up!
I had the background paper in my stash from a pixie powder background making session I’d had last year. But as we know we keep these things until we have the right project that comes along. The mica in those powders is certainly sparkly and shiny too.
The ribbon I added to this project is yet another shiny element. I hope that you like the sparkle and shine here as I do.
I chose to make a new home card with an image from Oddball Art. The mushroom houses felt like they needed to be in a magical mushroom wonderland, with twinkling vines and a mushroom covered floor at twilight. I stamped the silhouette mushrooms and grasses on the floor and the dangling vines in a back ink then added twinkles with a glitter pen and framed the image by drawing a glitter boarder around the edge of the midnight blue paper.
I recently bought a Sheena embossing folder and ran in through with some velum. I felt this would give a great backdrop to this image which I had coloured the image with my Chameleon pens. As this challenge was about ribbon and sparkle I used some of the crafters companion silver sparkle spray. I sprayed this over both the image and the velum so that they sparked and to add a little more sparkle I matted the velum onto silver sparkle card and added silver sparkle ribbon. I hope that you think that this is sparkly enough!!