CRAFT challenge – #615

The sponsor for this challenge is Sweet n Sassy and the theme is Christmas – non traditional colours. Each week we invite you to join us at Trimmies Craft Challenge going with the theme.

The cute little mouse snuggled up into the hat was coloured with Chameleon pens and then given a bit of glitz and glam by adding glimmer powder. I cut the image out on my scan n cut and then worked on the background. I took my card blank and stamped in a versamark clear and added pink embossing powder. I then added some more glimmer dust into the winter themed background border stamp.

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CRAFT challenge #578 – Winter

This weeks challenge at Trimmies Craft Challenge is on and our sponsor this time is All Dressed Up. These challenges keep you going when you have a lot on yor mind. Crafting can absorb you and help with mindfulness. So let’s see what Winter themed projects to can come up with this week.

CRAFT challenge #534 – Winter

Come and join us at Trimmies Craft Challenge. Our sponsor this time is Pickled Potpourri Designs.

I was using Perky Penguins for this challenge and I printed off 3 individual penguins and a “warmest wishes” sentiment. I coloured these lovely little perky penguins with my Chameleon pens, using colours BR5, YO3, NU1, BL2, NG4, YG3, GR1, RD5, RD3, PK5 and BR3. I used some of my First Edition papers from the “Believe” paper pad and made these into the patterned ripped snowy slopes that the penguins are playing on.

So cute!

#489 CRAFT challenge – Winter

Come and join us at Trimmies Craft Challenge. Our sponsor this week is Bugaboo Stamps.

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.