TTCRD anything goes challenge – 23rd February 2021

This challenge is using an image from our sponsor DRS designs. Join us at Through the craft room door (TTCRD) and lets see what you can do. It’s always lovely to see your creations and remember our challenges are always “anything goes – ATG”.

The Ultimate Remote

The remote is something I think a lot of men would like! Can you imagine if they could order beer and pizza by clicking a remote? I guess it’s not far off society today when we can order food online!

Let’s see your creations and comments. It makes me happy when people stop by.

TTCRD anything goes challenge – 12th January 2021

This is my first DT card for TTCRD this year and it’s such a lovely image to work with.

So this challenge is using an image from our sponsor this Colour of Love. Join us at Through the craft room door (TTCRD) and lets see what you can do. It’s always lovely to see your creations and remember our challenges are always “anything goes – ATG”.

girl with heart colour of love

The image is coloured with Chameleon Pens (YL2, GR2, NG4, GR1, WG3, BR1, OL3, NU1, NU0, NU00, NU2, RD2, RD4, PK3, PK5) and then I shaded with a pencil and paper stub. The background of the card I used a stencil and some distress oxide ink onto Kraft card. The stencil is from Clarity Stamps.

TTCRD anything goes challenge – 9th September 2020

Come and join us for the latest challenge from Through the craft room door (TTCRD). Our sponsor this time is Oddball Art.

big eyed mad hatter

This image was great fun to colour! I used my Chameleon pens and then found some distress inks which coordinated to make a background. The block stamp I’ve used in the background is one with a clock which I felt was appropriate and fitted with the mad hatter theme.

I hope you’ll join out challenge thank you for looking x

TTCRD anything goes challenge – 28th July 2020

Come and join us for the latest challenge from Through the craft room door (TTCRD). Our sponsor this time is Beccy’s Place.

sweet

I love this image, so many lovely colours. I used my Chameleon pens (OR3, OR4, YO3, YL2, GR3, BL3, NU1, NU2, BV4, BL6, RD4, RD2, PK3, PK5, GR1, PR4, BL2, NG4, YG3, VO4) to colour the image and then did some simple mats to showcase the image. I felt it was a bold image and it stood out and it didn’t need any distractions.