I colored the image with Tombow water-color markers and I used a silver paint pen, from reflections, on the gun to give it some reality. I cut the image and mounted it on brown card stock and then on green card stock . I did faux stitching on the card and the green card stock around the image. This was a sketch that we followed and I chose to use the corners to make it look like a photo instead of the circle or heart. My sentiment (hero) was cut from my cricut and I added glitter for some bling.
This is my DT entry for Challenge # 18 at Created with Love Challenges (www.createdwithlovechallenges.blogspot.com) The theme was Fall, the image is from Shelly’s images. (http://www.shellysimages.com/DigiShop/) who is our sponsor this week. I colored the image with Tombow water-color markers and added glitter to spice it up. I cut the image out with a spellbinders die and did the one behind in Brown with the next size up. I added the rhinestones to give it some bling and cut the bottom of the front of the card with a Fiskars border punch and put Brown behind so it would stand out. I decided not to add a sentiment as I thought it would take away the simplicity of the card.
This is for a challenge at Created with Love Challenges CWLC #17. I used the bugaboo image(www.bugaboostamps.com) for this card, His name is Clyde. I used a die cut for little Clyde and the background paper is from some New Years Eve party favors.
This is my entry for the Challenge at Created with Love challenges (www.createdwithlovechallenge.blogspot.com) the image is from Delicious Doodles (http://deliciousdoodles.blogspot.com) The background is holographic paper embossed with the snowflake folder. The image was colored with prisma pencils. This is Challenge CWLC #16
This challenge is to be done without red or green so I chose Blues and corals. The basic flowers were made with a heart punch and I used blue to sponge them with color then curled the edges. Then cut some of the holographic paper in a small flower punch and a snowflake to the center. The two snowflakes on the imge are from the holographic and glitter paper. I added the jewels for some bling. The Base card is medium blue cardstock.
This is my entry for CDAC23pc “PC“ http://priscillastyles.ning.com/group/cdac-progressive-freebie-challenges Great digi’s colored with tombow water color markers. Mounted on raspberry CS and then added three layers first one is black, the second is a light pink with flowers on it, and then I put a piece of pink Velum over that. I made three flowers added jewels and the three jewels at the top right, Then the sentiment which I mounted on black cs and added with foam dots. The images are also added with foam dots for demention.
this card was made for the Bingo challenge at DS4J website. http://digistamps4joy-sa.blogspot.com/ Challenge #54, this one is nothing metal, no apples, no brads, no gems, and no Sentiment. I wanted this to be clean and simple for a friend of mine who loves to dance. Hearts are glitter paper, image is colored with prisma color pencils. and she is attached to two layers of paper, the top layer is a digital paper I found on-line and the other is just black card stock. The layers are attached with foam dots to add demention to the card.
This is my entry for the bingo challenge at http://digistamps4joy-sa.blogspot.co.uk/ this one is no green, no buttons, no embossing, no punch, no Halloween.
The image is from DS4J images. She was colored with chalks and mounted to the bp with foam dots, and I added the gems on the side and two clear ones on each of the other corners for bling. I did faux stitching around the edge of the bp and around the card in the score line I created with my Martha Stewart score pal. Mounted it all on the fancy plaid card stock.
This card was made with a challenge in mind. It is a bingo challenge at http://digistamps4joy-sa.blogspot.co.uk/ . I chose the yellow card to coordinate with the dress which is light yellow and rust. Her hair is red and the flowers on her hat are red. The background paper is Colorbox and chosen to go with the dress. The butterflies are Martha Steward and have a black on two for back ground so they stand out and the center one has a light green one. The bingo line for this one is NO purple, NO Glitter, No die cut, No Scare Crow, No twine and No orange. The sentiment was a freebie from on-line. I mounted the sentiment with foam dots. The butterflies are added with glue dots and the image which is from DS4J stamps is added with glue dots as well.
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This is my entry into Crafts and Me Challenge “Fantasy Creatures”
My base card is red with the background being a pink print from my stash. I added the circle cut under the butterfly that was cut from my cricut and the butterfly is a Martha Stewart punch. My flower border is also a Martha Stewart punch. My flower s were made with my small heart punch and a small flower punch from Fiskars. The center of the flower is just a very small punch an I used glitter paper for that. The image was colored with prisma color pencils and OMS. The Image is by Sliekje and is adorable and one of my favorites. She gives her images away and I think I have everyone she has done so far and use them a lot. The image is added with foam dots for demention. I added the heart rhinestone and the rhinestones on the butterfly for bling.
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