I chose one of Beccy’s Girls night out digital stamps and phrases, I coloured the image with watercolor pencils, and added it onto an Indigo Blu paper.
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!
Such a cute image. The sun was out this weekend while I was colouring this image hence why I think I went for a yellow theme! I used my Chameleon pens (YL2, NU00, YO2, BR1, WG3, GR1, NG4, YO3, GR2, VO2, NU2, BV2, BL2) to colour her in. I then stamped the sentiment at the base of this topper and extended the line to either side to form a border around the topper. I then also edged the topper with distress inks mustard seed and shabby shutters.
In the current situation I hope that you are all finding respite in your lockdown via craft, and I hope that we can all be over this soon.
This flowers on this image were coloured with Chameleon pens GR2, GR1, and NU1 along with Touch New Sketch Markers 135 Pale Cherry Pink and 131 Skin White. The teapot itself was inked with Distress ink Tattered rose. I then cut out the teapot on my scan n cut machine. In my stash I had the Tattered Lace rose spray already made up and I felt that think coordinated and complemented the teapot so I used this with some Jane Nesteurenko paper in the background.
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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.
Come and join us for the latest challenge from Through the craft room door (TTCRD).
Our sponsor this time is KLM Digital Designs and the prize is a $10 gift certificate.
I coloured the cute gnome with Chameleon pens and gave him a frame but using a Tattered Lace harvest themed die. I had to extend the die cut as it wasn’t large enough to go around the image so I cut it out twice and joined it together at the sides. The part I cut out from the bottom of the top piece I used to decoupage the pumpkins at the bottom of the frame.
I then coloured the base card with distress oxide inks and stamped a tree stamp, from Stampers anonymous “Regal findings CMS014” set, at different angles to give the impression of texture to the background.
I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
Come and join us for the latest challenge from Through The Craft Room Door (TTCRD). This week it’s the turn of Team B for the challenge, but it a weekly ATG challenge. The images I’ve used are using Kanban Crafts -All about her Collection – Moulin Divas – Trés Chic.
In both makes I used an embossing folder which I cut with a craft knife to feed the diva behind the flowers. The embossing folder was lightly inked in a coordinating colour and layered onto a coordinating coloured card.
For the red one I used the following Chameleon pens – RD5, RD4, NU00, NU2, RD3, BR1, RD2, BR5, BR3.
I would like to enter this diva into:
For the grey one I used these Chameleon pens – WG7, NU00, NU2, BL4, RD2, BR2, YO3, WG3, NU4, CG5, CG8, NG4, CG9.
I would like to enter this diva into:
I hope that you love these divas as much as I do and come and join us for our challenge.
I’m quite excited that I’ve just joined another design team – Through the craft room door (TTCRD), so this is my debut posting for them. I hope you’ll join us with our latest challenge using an image from our sponsor this time Hetty Clare – called Country Girl.
I’ve coloured ‘Country Girl’ with my Chameleon pens (BL3, BL7, YO2, YO3, NU2, NU0, CG5, NU00, GR1, BL4, NU3, BL2, BV4, GR2, YG3, NU1, VO2, CG9, PK2, PK4).
She so cute. I used an oval die to set her off on a pink centura pearl card as the background. I didn’t want a busy backing paper to take away from the beautiful image! I then stamped the sentiment ‘life is better with friends’ and added some flowers which I’d already got made up in my stash.
I think this is a really lovely digi Stamp and hope you do too!