For this week’s challenge I have used part of a digistamp. This is such a vertitle stamp from Sheepski, called Breezy Beach Walk. It can be used whole for a card for a girl or lady, or cropped to a seascape to make a gorgeous card for anyone. I printed onto watercolour paper and coloured with Aquamarkers.
This week I have made a cards using a decorative sentiment from:
It does look like I have beautiful handwriting and am capable of wonderful calligraphy. Alas no…but who needs to? I printed and cut the sentiment digistamp and cut it out using a Spellbinder die. The card is assembled using Hunkydory “Bygone Times” elements and papers. Please take a look at the other DT inspiration and enter the challenge here.
Wishing a very happy birthday to my clever, hansome, kind firstborn son.
This is one of the cards I have made for him using a Mo Manning digistamp. I have used age numbers from Kanban, a self printed sentiment and 2 leaves from the little book of sentiments for men from Hunkydory. They have been layered at rightangles behind the coloured image and placed onto a gignhambackground.
I have used Hunkydory products for today’s blog post. This is from their Marvellous Men range and is dimensional as the car, pump and sign are all die-cut shapes, decoupaged with glue gel. A co-ordinating insert is the final touch.
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I have made a card using Skating Polar bears. The bears were coloured using Promarkers in Ivory and Saffron, plus the blender, I was watching a wildlife program last week and saw that polar bears are quite yellow in colour. The reds used were Maroon and Ruby and the snowy sky is Cool Grey 1. I have use papers from a Tattered Lace magazine with a Nordic theme. The ornate die at the top of the image is from Spellbinders and the DAD is a Tonic die.
The card is finished with some Debbi Moore glitter and a few gems.
I have used the image Holiday cottage scene. The image was coloured with Promarkers and I printed the sentiment from my computer. I used papers from Woodware that were free with a magazine and finished with some gems from my bling box. All the elements used to make up this card were edged using Ranger distress ink in Evergreen Bough.
Now although my card is square(!), the challenge is actually to make a card that is not square, so go along to Creative Fingers to enter you project and see the other (not square) inspirational projects.