Thursday, 16 October 2014

Variations Week at Sweet Pea Stamps

Good Morning All, It's Thursday so that means it's my day to share a Sweet Pea Stamps creation with you.  Today I'd like to share with you my version of Conie Fong's Snowy Joy to the World;
Snowy was such fun to colour, and is the perfect image for Christmas card for anyone, no matter what their age, he's just full of the Joy of the season.

Don't forget to check out the rest of Conie Fong's gorgeous images available in Rubber and Digital Format in the Sweet Pea Stamps Store now.

Bye for now

Thursday, 9 October 2014

True Love Lasts Forever with Sweet Pea Stamps

Today I am sharing with you one of my favourite creations, I fell in love with this image when I saw her, and have been really looking forward to creating with her; she is the beautiful 'My Beloved' by Charmaine FlanneryYou can find her and lots more gorgeous images by Charmaine Flannery in the Sweet Pea Stamps store in both Rubber and Digital Format.

Here she is in close up;
Funny how something can be so cute and spooky at the same time. I hope you like her as much as I do, 

That's all from me for today, 

Bye for now

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

SLSLine Digital Stamps Inspiration Post

Hello All, Today it is my turn to share a little inspiration piece using one of the gorgeous images available in the SLSLines Digital Stamp Store

My project today features one of Sal's gorgeous Day of the Dead Calavera Girls Digital Stamps.

I coloured the image using Letraset Tria and Promarkers, which are my favourite colouring medium at the moment.  I love using Neutral Greys for colouring Black hair, although on this image I did add quite a lot of Black to the hair.  I coloured the image to match the patterned papers which i found in my stash (magazine freebie) then i fussy cut the image.

I used a lovely Bright Pink Glossy Card Blank for this project, with the card blank being so nice, I didn't want to cover it all with patterned papers, so used the card as part of my design rather than just a base for my design.

As the patterned paper featured hand drawn elements I decided to rip the edges rather than cut with my guillotine, as I wanted to continue the free style of the pattern.  I used some Coordinations card stock in yellow to contrast the pattern and give a nice background for my image.

I kept the embellishment fairly minimal, using a few coloured staples to attach my image, and a few black gems for a little bling.  I used Tim Holtz Label Letters to create my sentiment.

I wanted to create a bright and funky card, and I think I managed to achieve that, I hope you like it too.

Here's a close up of the beautiful image;

That's all from me for today, Thank you for visiting with me today, and don't forget to visit the SLSLines Digital Stamp Challenge Blog to join in our ongoing challenge, and to see more inspiration from our very talented Design Team.

Bye for now

Thursday, 2 October 2014

A Gift for Mum

Today I'd like to share with you a wee gift I've made for my Mum, using the adorable 'Shhh Mommies Here' by Joanne Schemmp available over at Sweet Pea Stamps.

My Mum loves to read, so I thought this Bookmark Tag would make a lovely wee gift for her. I love this image, you can feel that bond of unconditional love between Mother and Child when you look at it, just makes my heart melt.
I coloured the image with a mix of Letraset Tria and Promarkers, before layering it onto some dark orange card stock.  For my background I used a pale yellow and pale green doilly to bring out the green and yellow in my image, I layered them onto a large die cut tag made from some blue card stock.  I love how layering doilies or any die cut with an open cut pattern can help you create a feeling of depth in your project.

I used some alphabet stickers and a sentiment sticker from Sn@p! Studio by simple stories to add a message to the Bookmark Tag,  I do love alphabet stickers (you might have already figured that one out!).

To finish my project, I raided my ribbon draw and found this lovely piece of ribbon which went perfectly with my colour scheme, I cut into the ends of the ribbon, and then tied a knot in the middle of it. using a piece of contrasting ribbon I tied my rough bow to my tag.

Here's a close up of my image;

This is the first of Joanne Schemmp's images I've used, I know it won't be the last, as she had such a lovely variety of images available as both Rubber stamps and Digital Stamps in the Sweet Pea Stamps Store.

That's all from me for today, thank you for visiting with me.  Don't forget to hop over to the Sweet Pea Stamps Blog to check out the beautiful creations from the rest of the design team.

Bye for now

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

September on the Farm

Can you believe it's the last day of September today? Which makes me a little sad, as it means it's my last day as Guest DT at The Greeting Farm.  I can't believe how quickly this month has gone by, and I've had such a wonderful time playing with the gorgeous image from The Greeting Farm, I really must make time to play with them more often, Nothing brings a smile to my face more than sitting colouring up a cute Anya or Ian.

For my card today I used the gorgeous Holiday Anya 4 rubber stamp from this months release. 
This weeks project features Holiday Anya 4, in a bright modern christmas card.  Papers are from Crate Papers Snow Day Collection.  Anya is coloured with Letraset Tria and Promarkers with the addition of a little white gel pen for highlights.  I had great fun creating this little scene with Anya as the main focus, surrounded by Christmas Trees and Hearts, What more does a girl need for Christmas?

Here's a close up of how pretty Anya looks with her Christmas Tree.
That's all from me for today. Thank you for visiting with me, and If you want to see more gorgeous creations featuring The Greeting Farm images then make sure you hop over to their blog, and check out the awesome work of their very talented designers.

Bye for now

Thursday, 25 September 2014

Sweet Pea Stamps Artist of the Week - Elaine Cox

Today it is my pleasure to share with you my creation using this week's featured Artist of the Week.

This week we have been showcasing the beautiful work of Elaine Cox.

Here is the card i've created using the beautiful Dreamy Sand Castle Mermaid;

Doesn't this dreamy mermaid look wonderful in dramatic colours. She is coloured with a mix of Letraset Tria and Promarkers before being partially fussy cut to go onto the tag.  I coloured my image to coordinate with the papers in Bo Bunny's Serenity Paper pad.

I created an A5 card base from some black card stock, before taking two of the beautiful papers from the pad and layering them onto my card.  To continue with the dramatic colour scheme, I used a black doily with I cut into 4 and then applied a piece to two of the corners.

I created a Tag for my image using my Tim Holtz Tag Framelit Dies, and the patterned paper that resembled the sea.  I then added my image, along with a K&Co Word Strip to some black card, before punching a hole and adding some red satin ribbon.  My tag was then mounted on the card with some foam pads for dimension.

Here's a close up of this beautiful mermaid;

Like What you have seen of Elaine's work this week, then make sure you hop over to the Sweet Pea Stamps store to check out more of her gorgeous images, which are available in both rubber and digital stamp form.

That's all from me for today, Thank you for visiting with me and don't forget to check out the creations from the rest of the Sweet Pea Stamps Design Team.

Bye for now

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

A Dollie is Not just for Christmas!

Good Morning All, Today it's my pleasure to share with you another project I've created as September's Guest Designer over at The Greeting Farm.

I'm using another of this months awesome newly released images, and today it's all about Dollie and her Gifts. Dollie comes with a lovely mix or coordinating stamps, so you can create loads of different Christmasy creations with her.

However, I'm not really in the Christmas mood yet, so I wanted to show you how versatile Dollie is, and how beautiful she looks all dressed up for a Birthday Party;
Doesn't Dollie look gorgeous in her Bright Pink Fur Trimmed Coat, Who wouldn't want a coat like that, I know I would love one! Dollie is coloured with a mix of Letraset Tria and Promarkers, with the addition of a little White Pen for highlights on her fur and eyes.

I went for some really girly papers for this card, using Kaisercraft's 'Bubblegum Hills' Paper pad, I used a couple of the die cuts from the paper pad on this card, stamping my sentiment onto one of them, and mounting them all with some foam pads for dimension.

After using such pretty papers on my card, I didn't want to use too many embellishments, but I couldn't resist these beautiful bright pink butterfly stickers I can across in my stash. I added some tiny dots with the fine tip of one of my pens, and to finish it all off a lovely Pink Heart Button to match the clips in Dollies Hair.

Here's a close up;
That's all from me for today, Thank you so much for visiting with me, and don't forget to hop over to The Greeting Farm Blog to see some gorgeous inspiration from their very talented Design Team.
Bye for now

Monday, 22 September 2014

New Release Time at SLS Lines Digital Stamps

It's time for some New Releases over at SLS Lines Digital Stamps, and they are Spook-tacular, that's for sure;

My project today features 'Goth Pumpkin', and he is delicious,
He's coloured with a mix of Letraset Tria and Promarkers, and teamed up with some leftover papers I had in my stash.  I created an A5 card base using black card stock, and cut a piece of card slightly smaller than my card to which i added some orange netting.  I love the added texture the netting gives it.  My sentiment is another leftover from my stash, a black glittered 'spooky' sticker.  To add a final bit of bling, I added some green and orange gems in various sizes.

Here's a close up of his spookiness;

Want to see the rest of the New Releases? You need to hop over to the SLS Lines Challenge Blog to check out the gorgeous images and awesome projects the rest of the Design Team has created with them.  That's all from me for today
Happy Crafting

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Variations Week at Sweet Pea Stamp featuring Wild Heart by Charity Dauenhauer

Good Day All, It's Variations Week over at Sweet Pea Stamps, the whole Design Team get the same image to create with and Today it's my turn to post my version of 'Wild Heart' by Charity Dauenhauer.  Got a feeling of deja vu?  That's because I got mixed up last week, and posted this weeks project a week early, no problem though, just meant I got the pleasure of colouring this gorgeous image again.  Here's my project;

As you can see I went for a completely different colour scheme this week, embracing a very spooky palette of browns, greens and orange. Once again my image is coloured with a mix of Letraset Tria and Promarkers.  I wanted to give the image a spooky feel, so using some warm greys I created a silhouette of a building behind my main image.

My background papers came from a Halloween RAK a couple of years ago, so not too sure who made them, but I do love that spider web and spider. I completely covered my card base with the patterened papers, and then added my image along with a couple more layers of paper/card with distressed and inked edges.

To embellish my card I added a couple of gorgeous orange gem brads, and a rather funky green Boo sticker.

Here's a close up of the spooktacular image;

I love how this turned out, and love how different this card turned out compared with last weeks Wall Art. Two completely different projects, with the same image, and happily I love them both.

Thank you so much for visiting with me today, and don't forget to check out all the other variations of this image on the Sweet Pea Stamps Blog over the next few days.

Bye for now

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

SLSLines Dgital Stamps Inspiration Post

Good Morning, Today I'd like to share with you a little creation of mine, using the wonderful Sad Teddy Bear image  from SLSLines Digital Stamps.  I'm not too sure what he has been up to, but he really does not look very well, personally I think he was partying a bit too hard last night.

I made an Easel Card to showcase this wickedly fun image.  I do love making Easel Cards, and they are so easy.  Here is a quick step by step guide to how I make an Easel Card;

  1. To Make a 5 1/2 Square Easel Card, Take 2 Pieces of Card 
  2. Cut 1 Piece of Card so that it measures 5 1/2 by 11 3/4 (full length of A4)
  3. Cut 1 Piece of Card so it measures 5 1/2 square
  4. I then take my long piece of card, and using my scoring board, score at 1/2 A4, and then at Gatefold A4.  Fold along score lines.
  5. I then cut 2 pieces of patterned paper slightly smaller than 5 1/2 Square to decorate the base and front of the Easel Card.
  6. For this card I cut a Circle out of contrasting card stock, and then cut it as shown in the picture below.
  7. I coloured my image with Letraset Tria and Promarkers, with the addition of some Silver Metallic Marker for the Skull and Ear ring. I then fussy cut my image and layered it onto the Easel Front.
  8. I used Alphabet Stickers to create my sentiment on some scraps of my patterned paper. I then layered this onto some more card stock.  I added a strip of adhesive foam to the back of my sentiment strips before cutting the words individually.
  9. To finish add any bling or further embellishments you desire.

The Sentiment reads
" My Name is Not Teddy Fluffkins, 
Call me That,
I Will Smack Ya Face
With My Fish."

Ok, that sounds really weird until I explain.  My hubby did a 'What's your Nickname' Quiz on Facebook, and Teddy Fluffkins was the name he got given. He has been taking a little ribbing from some of his friend, and myself, so I thought he might like this card.  Just a silly wee joke, but I know it will make him laugh.

Here is a close up of the Teddy Bear

 That's all from me for today, Thank You for visiting with me,  Don't forget to visit the SLSLines Blog to see more creations using these wonderful images.
Bye for now


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