So happy to share this sweet image ‘Guitar Kody’ from Some Odd Girl. This is my take in this month’s (March) Challenge in Some Odd Girl, with the twist pop it up. You may come and drop by the Some Odd Girl blog to join in and see the rest of the amazing creations of the team.
After coloring Kody with promarker, I fussy cut the image and pop that up with dimensional adhesives. You can see the elevated image in my close up photo of Kody. I also popped the bubble speech with dimensionals.
That’s it for now and enjoy the rest of your day 🙂
Posted in Cards, Challenges, Digistamp, Digital Projects, some odd girl
- Tagged coloring, die cut, digicard, digistamp, promarker, some odd girl, stamping
Today I’m sharing one of the newly released digi stamps from Some Odd Girl, Swoon Dakota. I love how she flipped one of her leg, adding a cute gesture on her character.
I recently bought some new Promarker, Skin tone last weekend and used it here to color Dakota. I think I need to do some more practice runs in blending with my new alcohol markers but generally pleased on how Dakota brought life to this clean and simple card.
I used some die cuts to add some texture on the cardstock border and also banner die cuts on top of my card. Some sequins will be fun too isn’t it? 🙂
For more card inspirations, you can also visit Some Odd Girl blog to see what my other DT members have shared.
Have a beautiful day everyone!
Welcome to my stop on the Some Odd Girl Valentine’s Day Blog Hop! You should have arrived from Anna’s blog but if you just stopped by then head back to the beginning
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I build the colors by laying light colors first- a very light brown color, then slowly adding some yellow-orange and brown to intensify the darker areas or spots in the cat’s hair.
I kept the mid-section light to show some light areas of the cat’s color.
For my card base, I also stamped a ball of thread with very light gray ink.
Coloring is somewhat therapeutic and you can use any type of coloring medium as you wish. One thing that I love about the Some Odd Girl stamps is that they are big enough to color and very pretty stamp designs too 🙂
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Until then! Enjoy the rest of the hop! 🙂
Hello there! Wow! Feels like forever since I posted a card project. Life’s been so busy from the time I went to vacation in November and even after returning from the trip. Add to the fact that the holidays are busier and the first quarter of the year even crazier 🙂
It’s good to get back on my crafty life slowly but will sure get there eventually.
So for this card I used my favorite washi tapes for the background. I also die cut the sentiment “Thanks” from Lawn Fawn while the stamp came from My Favorite Things.
There are a lot of craft supplies that I still need to use and hopefully I’ll be showcasing them individually soon.
I’m using a card sketch from Atlantic Hearts Sketch #196.
Also entering this card to Simon Says Stamp, Anything Goes Challenge.
And Tuesday Throwdown, TT327 Anything Goes Challenge.
Posted in Cards, Challenges, my favorite things, Simon Says Stamp, Sketch challenges
- Tagged card sketch, coloring, die cutting, my favorite things, sketch challenge, stamping, washi
So I’m still into the Christmas vibe making some more holiday cards for friends. There’s a gathering on Thursday and I thought it would be nice to give something too while we’re celebrating an advance Christmas dinner.
For this card, I used a card sketch from Sketch N Scrap, Card sketch # 87.
I used some patterned papers and embossed the sentiment with white. The background texture is also made using an embossing folder. The cutesy images are from My Favorite Things & Pretty Pink Posh.
Posted in Cards, Challenges, Sketch-N-Scrap
- Tagged card sketch, christmas card, coloring, embossing, holiday card, my favorite things, patterned papers, pretty pink posh, sequins, sketch n scrap
So trying to get into swing of things around the blog. This time trying to take a sketch challenge from Match the Sketch, No. 155.
I’ve been loving the washi tape on my christmas cards this year and still loving it. Apparently in today’s card is not an exception. I added a strip of washi and embossed the background for some added texture.
My main image is colored with promarkers and die cut the same. Though this card’s color is not really traditional holiday color, still love this one 🙂
Wow! I can’t believe I haven’t posted in my blog for months, feels like forever?!
So what had happened? I was on my annual break last November and had to prepare the trip even before November. Then I have to travel for two weeks in North America. Its cold but great! I may say the best two weeks of my life 🙂
Had great places to see and amazing people to meet. It was quite incredible, the best birthday gift to self.
After the vacation, a lot of things need to be done at work so I haven’t really updated the blog. I’m however posting my holiday cards in Instagram. You can also check me out there as @heartforhandmade
So today, had the chance to do some holiday cards.
I did some embossing – dry and heat embossing plus some die cutting in the scallop strip + sequins.
Well its nice to be back.
I’m entering this card to Addicted to Stamps and more, Challenge # 224. Clean & Simple
Also in Come and Get it, Christmas challenge.
For this card, I used some cute house stamps from Paper Smooches. I colored them with distress markers and added some water to get this watercolor wash. I then added some frosted lace stickles to mimic some snowy scene for the holidays.
I placed the houses in a blue die cut tag with red ribbon strips behind. My sentiment is from Ali Edwards, always love the fonts on this stamp set.
I also added some sequins for more holiday sparkles.
I used a card sketch from The Paper Players: PP318.
I’m also entering this card to Simon Says Stamp, Anything Goes challenge.
Also in Crafting by Designs: Get Ready for Christmas Challenge.
Posted in Cards, Challenges, my favorite things, Paper Smooches, Simon Says Stamp, Sketch challenges
- Tagged christmas card, die cut, distress marker, holiday card, paper smooches, pretty pink posh, sequins, simon says stamp, stamping
I’m checking in quickly to share my card using My Favorite Things Holiday stamps. The images are stamped and colored with watercolor.
I also used a strip of washi tape in the left and a circle scallop vellum in the middle of my stamped images. I also added some sequins from Pretty Pink Posh for some fun 🙂
At the bottom are some stamped doilies from an older stamp set.
A very simple and clean holiday card, just like I want 🙂
I’m entering this to Christmas Card Challenges, Challenge #46-Christmas/ Winter theme.
And also in The Pencil Case: Week 31, Anything Goes.
For this card I used fabric tape to create the red stripes. I have a big bottle full of washi and different tapes and I thought I need to make use of them frequently because they deserved more love 🙂 The blue strip is a washi that I crossed over the red tape.
I used stamped images from My Favorite Things and colored them with watercolor. The Christmas tree was colored with promarkers.
The holiday season is soon to come and I need to do my holiday cards this early.
My sentiment is die cut from My Favorite Things as well.
I used a card sketch from Sketch N Scrap, Card Sketch # 84.
I’m also entering this card to Addicted to Stamps and More, Challenge # 216-Anything Goes.
And Always Playing with Paper Challenge #83, Christmas Inspiration. I used the Christmas theme, gift and red stripes in my card 🙂
And Perfectly Created Chaos, Challenge #4- Anything Goes challenge.
Posted in Cards, Challenges, my favorite things, Sketch-N-Scrap
- Tagged card sketch, christmas card, die cut, fabric tape, holiday card, holidays, my favorite things, sequins, sketch n scrap, watercoloring