Thursday, April 6, 2017
This is for the Color Challenge CC629 and Sketch Challenge SC639 over at splitcoaststamper.com.
After cutting out my card stock pieces I used the dots stamp from Happy Watercolor to ink it up in the same ink color as the card stock. Stamped the flowers and butterflies from Flowering Fields and colored them in, added the liquid pearls and crystal drops and let it dry. Stamped the sentiment from Circle of Spring and cut it out as a banner.
Stamps: Stampin' Up, Flowering Fields, Happy Watercolor, Circle of Spring
Paper: Thick White, Whisper White, Sweet Sugarplum, Mint Macaron, Pear Pizzazz
Ink: Sweet Sugarplum, Mint Macaron, Pear Pizzazz
Accessories: Butterscotch Liquid Pearls, Nuvo White Crystal Drops, Sequins
Love this little duckling in the rain image, inked him up with Copics and Stampin' Up Blendabilities in three shades of Coastal Cabana, which looked more like Lost Lagoon so I used the polka dotted Lost Lagoon dsp for the background and scalloped oval frame.
Paper: Neenah Solar White
Ink: SU Coastal Cabana and Lost Lagoon, yellow and blue watercolor
Accessories: Ribbon from my stash, sponged edges.
Started by stamping the balloons in Versamark and heat set with WHITE embossing powder, colored over with oranges and greens Copics. Masked the balloons and stamped the stars, when dry I used the white Gelli pen.
Stamps: SU Life Me Up, Love Sparkles, Sky Is the Limit
Paper: Thick White, Pumplin Pie, Basic Black
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Whisper White, White Gelli Pen
Accessories: Clear Embossing Powder, Copics
Friday, March 31, 2017
This is for WT629 - That's What the Doctor Ordered over at splitcoaststampers. I printed Izzy out twice, using one to cut and color just her head to be added on an action wobbler. Colored the rest with Copics, printed the sentiments in knucklehead font and cut them out for placement. Added the dots and a line around to frame.
Buggaboo Izzy Balloon Stamp
Neenah Solar White card stock
Yupo Alcohol Drip Painting
Stamps: Awesomely Artistic, Lift Me Up
Thick White, Yupo
Ranger Alcohol Inks, Hampton Art Black Marker
Background is my first attempt at alcohol drip painting onto Yupo paper. Once it was dry, I used a Hampton Art Marker to draw over the dripped inks. It is a little dark for a CAS card, but I couldn't pass up using it with the dragonfly.
Thanks for taking a look.
Friday, March 24, 2017
I love this image from Bugaboo Stamps. Using watercolor paper and two images I colored both with the Zig Clean Color Markers, cut the head off of one (OUCH!) and used an Action Wobbler to pop it up onto the image on the card base. So darned cute when you flick that ear. The bones were stamped and die cut from the SU Howl-o-ween Treat set, I hand wrote the words, then added some color, which I should have done first. I stacked the bones up to fit on the card. Added some dots and lines with a Project Life pen and done. I made this on National Puppy Day and submitted it to the Ways To Use It (WT628) Puppy Love Challenge over at splitcoaststampers. Head on over there and take a look at all the other cute puppy cards.
This card is for three Challenges; CAS421 Bunny Hop, WT627 Your Own Handwriting, and TLC630 Baby Wipe Watercolor over at Splitcoaststampers.com
I cut a piece of watercolor paper to 5x7 and folded it in half. Using a baby wipe to add some yellow for the sun, then blue for the sky and green for the ground. I let it dry then stamped my image from Stampin' Up's retired, Serene Spring, stamp set in Staz-On black ink and colored with watercolor pencils. I finished with the sentiment and handwritten "hello friend".
Using a baby wipe to rub watercolor over the card stock was an interesting experience, and I have to admit that I tried it out on a few pieces of different card stock before I proceeded to make this card.
Thanks for taking a peek and I encourage you to join splitcoaststampers and play along with their daily challenges to learn new and interesting techniques and designs.
Using Canson 140 lb. watercolor paper, cut a mask from shelf liner for my octopus image, spritzed with water, then tapped on Ken Oliver Color Burst in blue, green, and yellow, and scrunched cling wrap over the top. Let it dry in the sun, removed the mask, and colored with Derwent Inktense pencils and a watercolor brush. I added the bubbles in black then went over the circles with white Gelly Roll pen. Added gold Wink of Stella to the eyes, grass and bubbles. I drew in the sea grass and stamped with Smile! from Janie's Girls.
Manicure/Pedicure Gift Box
The box is filled with two nail polish, a tin of polish remover pads, and a tin of cuticle cream.
Thursday, March 16, 2017
I stamped the frog and sentiment onto watercolor paper and painted him with Cucumber Crush ink and a watercolor brush, added the grass, then the fireflies, coloring them So Saffron and then adding Gold Wink of Stella. I also colored the frogs eyes yellow and added the Wink of Stella. To get the Peekaboo Peach, I water colored the sky and around the frog.
Stamps: Stampin' Up Love You Lots and Jar of Love
Monday, March 6, 2017
This is for the IC587 Inspiration Challenge, over at splitcoaststampers.com I selected this image as my inspiration:
I have wanted to use this stamp for a very long time, as it is a retired set from 1997 and has always reminded me of my great-grandmother. I have photos of her hanging out the laundry, with use little girls running around the yard weaving in and out of her clean sweet smelling aprons softly flowing in the breeze.
Monday, February 27, 2017
Saturday, February 25, 2017
This is for splitcoaststampers Inspiration Challenge IC586. We were to choose an image from the Dribbble.com website and show our interpretation of that image. Her is a piece of artwork that I selected as inspiration by Azis Pradana of Jakarta, which can be found here: https://dribbble.com/shots/3319580-Getting-Escape
Here is my card:
I stamped my Victoria Case image in Momento Summer Sky, colored with Copics and fussy cut. For the windows, I cut a frame and used Whisper White on a sponge to apply the ink, then I decided to add the Vellum in 1" strips for the windows. I popped up the image on dimensionals.