I'm sharing my mid-week post for Dies to Die For featuring some fabulous images from MFT called Up in the Air. I've also used some stitched cloud dies and stitched scene builder dies so there's a bit of 'stitched' theme running in the background!
Hello lovely crafty peeps Debs here with a little Monday Inspiration
using some gorgeous stash from
This weekend I was fortunate enough to participate in a Copic Colouring Class with our fabulous and mega talented Faye and this was an image we practiced colouring folds on - so when I got home I thought it would be a good idea to finish it and make it into a little card to share with you today.
And here's a link to all the gorgeous goodies I used:
It's time for my mid-week creation and I've been busy making a box card using Bitty Bears from MFT. I've inked and watercoloured 5 of the bears and a few of the accessories together with a couple of items from the Birthday Bears stamp set for the flaps of my box card. I added some Stitched Clouds from Memory Box and a 'Wishes' sentiment die. The one I used was WPlus9 but MFT Dienamics Cause for Celebration is a really close match. The stamped 'Birthday' comes from the Birthday Bears stamp set (I used the "Birthday Bear Hugs" stamp and masked off the 'Bear Hugs' part) The foliage around the fence is Memory Box Lavish Branch and the fence is also from Memory Box.
I thought I'd share a card I made using Winter Birdy Love from the latest Whimsy Stamps Release with you. I decided to colour them up as robins. Aren't they just adorable? I've teamed them up with a doodle from FaDoodles Too (also from this month's release) and a sentiment from Scripty Occassions. Sorted!
It's Kathere and I think I'm finally all done with Christmas crafting, at least for a few months (lol!), so I've been making punny cards again:-)
Isn't this little guy just un-bee-lievably cute?!
Just in case anyone is interested; I like to research my colouring (yes, even for something as simple as this!) and cartoon bees always have a yellow face, but real bees have black faces, so I tried both and decided I liked the black better...well, as close as I could get to black whilst still being able to see his eyes!
If you would like more details on how I created this card, including the Copic colours I used, then please do pop over to visit me at Paper Firefly.
It's hump-day already so I'm here with my mid-week creation for Dies to Die For. I bought a ruler where the back opens up and you can slide in a decorated card strip which is then sealed back inside when you clip the back piece in place again.
The ruler is fairly narrow, so I needed to use some dinky images. The Lunar Animal cuties from Mama Elephant were the perfect size so I created a line-up of them. They were nice and easy to watercolour and I shaded around the edge of the panel with blue ink to create some sky.
I hope you like my little project which was really easy to make.
You might have guessed I LOVE Thinkingofyouabella! I fancied giving her a bit of a Christmas outing, so I decided to play with her.
Initially, I was going to make her blonde. In fact, I have a half coloured Thinkingofyouabella on my desk, with that very colour hair. But, just as I finished colouring her hair, I had a light bulb moment and thought she might look quite nice with frosty blue hair and a sequin top. Taaa Daaaaaa!
Yep, Christmas is coming! Aren't these two cute? This stamp is Christmas Tug of War from Stamping Bella. It's a lovely image to colour and made for a super fast card, just what you want at this time of the year!