I’ve had this butterfly sitting on my desk since I cut it from a scrap of card I used to test the glitter kiss on. I have tried it against every background that came to hand and, in spite of it being a bold colour and shiny, it just didn’t stand out against any of them.
These baby dragons are just too adorable. They were created as homework for the critters lesson in a Copic course, but it wasn’t fair to leave them languishing in my PHD box for too long. So I created a blended Distress ink background for them (love that wilted violet) and sat them on a sentiment banner.
This was created on 6th July: day 2 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
This card was directly inspired by Kathy Racoosin’s colouring book card on day one of the challenge. It’s nice to find a use for some of the pages from the various colouring books I’ve bought and been given. I like colouring, but I like putting it to use even more.
My contribution for day 4 of The Daily Marker Pop-up Challenge and I actually managed to complete all four days of the challenge — not on the right days, but still, I did it. Once again I raided my colouring stash to find an image that would work with Kathy’s chosen technique for the day.
This started out as just a quick doodle, but I thought it would make a nice simple card.
A quick note card to send along with a package to my mum. I took trial piece of embossing and fussy cut a flower pattern from it, laid it over some Distress-inked stencilling and added the dragonfly (I love this die-cut).
Clearly Besotted – sweet little sentiments
Clearly Besotted – dragonfly die collection
That Special Touch – moroccan mask
Distress ink pad – tumbled glass
Sizzix – embossing folder – groovy flowers
Enamel Accents – white
clear Wink of Stella