Saturday, 28 February 2015

Wicked Witch and Brusho's

Hi everyone how you all doing? I have some new and exciting things coming up and can hardly wait to tell you all about them but for now im having to sssshhhhhh. Hee Hee
Sooo I have recently invested in some Brusho Paints and have been having fun playing experimenting with them. The card that I am sharing with you today shows the very first backing paper that i have created using them and also showcases the FAB Wicked Witch stamp set that is part of the Wizard of Oz inspired collection from Visible Image. 
Here it is and I hope that you like it. 
Heres how i did it!
I took a 7x7 card blank from my stash and covered it with textured cardstock and lightly distressed the edges. I added the background that I created using Brushos also distressed the edges. The Wicked Witch, sentiment fire and flying monkey are from the Wicked Witch stamp set from Visible Image and coloured with Copics and a little gel pen. I finished by adding a few orange Card Candi.  
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I am entering this card into the following challenges
Artby Miriam #26 Anything Goes
Brown Sugar challenge blog #135- Anything Goes
Creative Fingers challenge 69 - Anything Goes
Jo's Scrap shack - Anything Goes
Sister Act Card Challenges #95 Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by 
Tina xxx

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Crafting for all Seasons Die Cuts and or Punches #96 challenge

Hi everyone i hope that you are all well and happy. Welcome to my little bit of blogland.
Today I would like to share with you a card I have created for my DT make for Crafting for All Seasons DT. 
We have a fantastic sponsor this challenge who is very generously offering a FAB 3 digi images from her store soo a huge thank you to Tiffany Doodles. 
Here is what I have created and I hope you like It. 
Heres how I did it!
I used a scallop edged card blank from Kanban and added some lovely glittery cardstock from a first edition paperstack that i have, I then attatched aa few swirly die cuts. The image is the super cute Peanut Brittle sticky wings from Lacy Sunshine, I coloured her with a selection of my Copics. A big thank you to Heather Valentin for her Black Hair Instruction!! 
Ive added some punched out Butterflies cut from the same cardstock used on the card blank I edged the butterflies with a little Ink. 
I finished by embellishing with mullberry flowers, Card Candi and a Sentiment. 
Please do pop along and Join us over at our Challenge Blog to be in with a chance of winning the fab prize that is on offer this fortnight!
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Thanks for stopping by 
Tina xx

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Happy Annivalentine

Hi everyone I hope that you are all well and happy. Spring is on the way it seems we have had some lovely sunny weather here which I love. 
Today I would like to share with you a card I have created for my Hubby. Our wedding anniversary is on Valentines day hence why we call it Annivalentine. 
Here it is and i hope that you like it.

Heres how I did it!
I used a 6x5 crinkle edge card blank and inkeed around the edges of it with  Baja Breeze ink from Stampin Up.  The die cut background is created from a fancy Sizzix die and is also inked with Stampin Up Ink in Bashfull Blue. The topper is created from a die cut fancy shape, inked around the edges with the same ink as before with the gorgeous Hearts Entwined verse stamp from visible Image in the centre.The Husband lettering is die cut from memory box letters die and inked as before and to finish I have Embellished with a satin bow, self adhesive pearls die cut flowers and heart ribbon from my stash. 
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Thanks for stopping by 
Hugs Tina xx

Monday, 2 February 2015

Karleigh Sue - Valentines challenge

Hi everyone I hope that you are all well and happy. Welcome back to my little bit of blogland ! 
Life seems to have ran away with me recently with redecorating my place and all my craft stash was packed away but the revamped lounge is now complete and my craft has once again commenced sooo on that note today I would like to share with you a door/wall hanger that I have created using the FAB Hippie Love digi image designed by Cheri Shull owner / designer of Karleigh Sue Digis. 
Here it is and I hope that you like it. 

Here's how I did it!
Using an MDF door/ wall hanger I covered it with some pretty heart paper from my stash and inked all around the edges. I have created a tag from Jute to which I added a self adhesive sentiment and ribbon bow. The image is the gorgeous Hippie Love digi image available over in the Karleigh Sue Shoppe I have coloured her with a selection of Copic pens, I have really enjoyed colouring her. To embellish I have used ribbon flowers across the bottom and some lovely mulberry paper flowers across the arch of the wall/door hanger.

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Thanks for stopping by
Tina xx