21 March 2009
I used Summer Sun ink for this and I think it somehow turned okay. I die-cut a scalloped oval to mat my oval Pale Plum where I stamped my sentiment (fr Stampendous). Easy peasy! And yes, only 15 minutes to finish. :)
Have to hit the bed now. Our family and the members of the church where we regularly attend will have a Family Day/Picnic tomorrow at Kangaroo Valley. I haven't been there but they said it's a very nice place. So, tomorrow...I'm off to relax with nature away from my stamping stuffs! :)
Have a blessed day!
20 March 2009
18 March 2009
The mechanics for Magnolia Down Under Challenge#3 challenge are as follows:
- the card must have a yellow ribbon
- image must be Tilda
- the card must have a flower for embellishment
The Tilda image I used here is one of the RAKs that I received from Debbie, an online buddy from US. Honestly, I only have one Tilda stamp and the rest of my Tilda images were all stamped by my friends. I'm so thankful for them for I'm able to use Magnolia images eventhough I don't have the actual stamps.
Just a simple lay-out with subtle colours. My dp is from DCWV Nana's Nursery pad. I coloured Tilda with my Prismacolor pencils, cut out and adhered it to the SU! Pale Plum cs using my Quickie glue pen.
Have to sleep now guys. Thanks so much for visiting.
Keep the faith and God bless!
17 March 2009
This is my first time to colour an anime image and I'm glad that I was able to do it after spending heaps of minutes thinking what colour to use for her eyes. So, I decided to go Aqua (Copic Ciao) for her eyes and the rest is pretty simple.
I used my DCWV Matchmaker cs for the base and for matting the image and the mustard-coloured paper is from We R Memory Keepers. The polka dots paper is from Basic Grey Two Scoops which was die-cut using my Octagon shapes by Spellbinders. I stamped my sentiment (Studio G) onto Whisper White and used my Cuttlebug Tag dies to make the tag and inked the edges with Versacolor Cocoa. The ribbon was from..ahhh...I forgot! Sorry but it has been with me for ages but definitely I bought it here in Australia. lol!
Thank you so much for visiting my blog again and here's hoping to see you again on my next post.
I got my particular inspiration on this shoes from Robeez. And you can tell by the look of my card that the inspiration really came there.
Okay to make it easier, here's a photo of the shoes:
And here's my card:
The Stylized Flower was so evident on that shoes that's why I used my Stylized Flower embossing folder. (really saved me time) My base is SU! Blush Blossom (looking at the shoes, it was taken from the colours of other flowers) and the Purely Pomegranate stitched ribbon that I used was taken from the shoes' garter and the bow on its side. Did you see it?
Have to go now and eat my lunch. I'll be finishing another card in awhile and will post it here soon as I'm done with it.
Have a great day everyone and thanks for the blog visit. :)
16 March 2009
CD Stamps is one of the first stamps that I fell in love with. And Charlie Horse is my very first order from them. :) I almost forgot that I have this little fella until I saw Laurie's blog with this color challenge and so I remembered I have Charlie and used him on this card.
The colours are So Saffron, Black, Certainly Celery and White/Ivory. I added another color which is Choc Chip to complement Charlie's colour. This card is also patterned to So Sketchy! March sketch. I sponged the sky using SU! Soft Sky and made some grasses as well.
Thanks for looking and I've just noticed that I'm only less than 3 weeks away from celebrating my 1st blogoversary! Wohoo!! Watch out for some surprises!!!
Thank you so much for your endless support and for believing in my creativity (somehow, lol!) I just hope you won't get tired of visiting my blog and I also hope that I inspire you in my own little way.
Have a blessed day and be safe! :)