Good morning everyone, i'm back from my holiday travels, and raring to go!
What have you all been up to while I was away? How much crafting did you do? I've done virtually nothing (hangs head in shame!) but while I was away I did take a colouring book and some pencils and pens (sneaked inside my bag so hubster wouldn't see!)
I didn't get a lot of colouring done as I was having too much fun with the family, but I did relax a lot so proof colouring in is good for you!
So while I was away Crafters Companion had the launch of an awesome collection called Romany Christmas by Abigail Mill, and incase you missed it here is a card I made for the launch...
I used my Spectrum Noir alcohol markers in these colours:
Core 72 set GB8, GB10, EB5, CR8, CR10, CR11, I used Blender refill to drop onto pudding part to create a mottled effect then cut out 2nd pudding and paper pieced and used silicone to make it more dimensional Papers are from CD-Rom, I stitched borders on my sewing machine, and the lace border that looks so realistic...its printed on paper!
I also made this heart...!
Again the papers are from the CD-Rom, I used four different ones and patch worked them onto the heart and stuck them to the MDF with Modpodge .
I coloured that gorgeous snowman with TB2, TB9, TB1, CR10, CR8, and I used the Blender pen to create a pattern on scarf.
I really hope you got to see the shows and you managed to snap up the CD and stamps, I have a couple of other projects to share so watch this space!
Hi, how's your summer going? if its anything like ours it will be gone before we know it, and I can't believe we have another challenge on the Spectrum Noir Facebook page already!
The design team have gone all out this month creating some gorgeous projects, the theme being "Anything Goes" has certainly given us all a chance to really go for it, so lets make this the month YOU go for it and enter the link is at the end of this post and as always there is a great prize up for grabs.
So what did I make...?
Ta-daa...! Isn't she fun? The digi stamp is from Mo's digital pencil, she's called Big girl pants! which gave me the idea for the quote, its one of my favourites, I created it using a graphics program on my computer and printed it onto patterned card.