Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Girly good time...

Hello, hello!

I've made a girly little birthday card for 7 Kids Crafting Supply Store today and it features the mini cuties from The Greeting Farm's Little Party stamp set. These mini stamps are so perfect for scene building that I just had to do a bit of masking and create the girliest birthday party that I could come up with. To do that, I figured that an eclectic mix of pretty paper scraps would give the party bunting a soft, shabby chic kind of look so I grabbed my scissors to do some easy paper piecing. Once that was done I was so happy with the results that I also decided to go the extra mile and paper piece their dresses as well with some of the same papers. I don't know about you but I kinda wish that I was invited to this pretty party too, LOL!  ;)
 
There is still plenty of time to enter this month's challenge over on the 7 Kids blog. Kelly has an awesome $20 gift certificate up for grabs and you could be the lucky winner so get to creating and join the fun! 
Supply list:
cardstock- Bazzill and Papertrey Ink
paper- Making Memories (yellow floral), October Afternoon (pink floral and green stripe), Basic Grey (green swirl), My Mind's Eye (blue floral)
stamps- The Greeting Farm (Little Party set)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Studio Calico blush crush
My Favorite Things wonky stitched rectangle die
sequins
Ranger liquid pearls
Copic markers:
girl 1
skin- YR20, E21, E11, BV20, R00, R20
hair- C4, C7, C9, 100
girl 2
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20, E04
hair- E21, E23, E25, E29
girl 3
skin- E21, E34, E25, E04, R20
hair- E57, E49, W10
bow- BG10, G00, BG72
background- R0000, R01, 0, E41, E42, E43, E44
table- E44, E81
lemonade pitcher- Y11, Y21, BG000

Monday, April 24, 2017

Hello sunshine...

Good morning! 

With spring fully upon us I figured it was time to pull out my 4 Seasons Girls set from CC Designs and get this sweet girl on a card. I absolutely adore this set and have had a lot of fun coloring up her fall and winter sisters last year. Once again I went to Doodlebug papers for my inspiration and the new Spring Things collection was just what I needed. There is a cuteness factor to these papers that totally suits these little Rascals and makes getting crafty so easy, plus it is always fun to try and match those classic Doodlebug colors with my Copics. Alrighty then, time for me to get out and enjoy some sunshine myself.

TTYL!  
Supply list:
cardstock- Papertrey Ink and Copic X-Press It
paper- Doodlebug (Spring Things)
stamp- CC Designs (Roberto's Rascals 4 Seasons Girls set)
ink- Memento tuxedo black
Doodlebug Spring Things stickers
Doodlebug shaped sprinkles
Smooch pearl
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, E04, R00, R20
eyes- E84
hair- E21, E23, E27, E29
clothes- YG0000, YG11, YG01, YG23, YG25, RV02, RV55, RV06, C0, C2, RV10, RV52, Y11, Y02, Y21

Friday, April 21, 2017

Hey there...

TGIF! 

My day is going to be busy, busy so this post will have to be short and sweet. It has been too long since I colored up a Tiddly Inks cutie so I went searching through my collection and found Ellie Says Hi. How has this darling girl gone this long before getting on a card? Well the wait for Ellie to fulfill her crafty destiny was over and I paired her up with some older papers from Imaginisce because the spring time colors totally suited her cheery personality. The result is a happy little card that was a lot of fun to put together. :)

Have a great weekend everybody! 
Supply list:
cardstock- Papertrey Ink
paper- Imaginisce (spring)
digital stamp- Tiddly Inks (Ellie Says Hi)
stamps- Simon Says Stamp (sentiment)
ink- Memento grey flannel and nautical blue
Simon Says Stamp scallop border die
sequins
Kaiser Craft gems
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20, E04
hair- YR30, YR31, Y24
clothes- RV91, RV21, R21, R22, W0, W2, W4, W6, B39, BV29, YG25, YG67, Y11, Y15, BG45, BG72, RV25, RV29, B37

Thursday, April 20, 2017

I believe in you...

Hi there!

So I watched the new updated Pete's Dragon movie on Netflix this past week and even though it was nothing like the original one that I remember from my childhood it was still very cute and entertaining. So it's really no surprise that dragons were on my mind when it came time to create. Luckily I had this cute digi stamp called Me And My Dragon from ADFD on the ol' hard drive. I printed it out once on white cardstock then again on this green pattern paper to do a little paper piecing on the big guy himself. I like how the subtle print almost looks like the light dappling through trees onto his green scales. The kiddo on the original image is sporting pigtails but since I was going for Pete and Elliot I just chopped them right off when I fussy cut the image. I think I succeeded in taking myself back in time just a bit to my younger days when I would wish for a dragon pal all my own too.  ;)

Later gators!
Supply list:
cardstock- Papertrey Ink
paper- Photoplay (Happy Glamper), DCWV (green)
digital stamp- A Day For Daisies (Me and My Dragon)
stamps- Avery Elle (sentiment), Simon Says Stamp (speech bubble)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and rich cocoa
Lawn Fawn stitched hills die
Prima flowers
Kaiser Craft gems
Copic markers:
dragon- YG11, G43, G82, R30, RV63, V05, V06, YG00, YG17
kid- E000, E00, E11, E04, R00, R20
hair- E41, E43, E44
clothes- 719, YR04, YR18, B01, BG45, BG49, E49

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

You're quite wonderful...

Olo!

So back in the day I got a handful of the Lulu stamps from Stamping Bella because I loved their sweet demeanor and crazy hair. The only issue I had with these cuties is that the stamps tended to have a lot of solid areas that would stamp black, including the hair. This always felt very limiting as far as color palettes went and I missed not getting to color in their hair. Now that I've been playing around with no-line coloring I decided to re-visit these little ladies and give them a whole new look. First up was the Ruby and Rose Lulu stamp and I can't even tell you how much fun I had giving these girls colorful hair and clothes. This technique totally transforms them... it kinda feels like I have brand new stamps to play with and I can't wait to get the others on cards of their own now too.   :)
Supply list:
cardstock- Bazzill, Papertrey Ink and Copic X-Press It
stamps- Stamping Bella (Ruby and Rose Lulu), Papertrey Ink (sentiment)
ink- Memento desert sand and Hero Arts purple ombre
Papertrey Ink sentiment split curve horizontal die
cloud dies
Prima flowers
Kaiser Craft pearls
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, E04, R00, R20
hair- E35, E57, E49
hair- YR15, E97, E09, E18
eyeshadow- BG000, BG72
eyeshadow- YG00, YG61
dress- RV63, RV55, V05, V06, V09, C1
dress- BG02, BG53, BG05, BG07, B06, B18, C1
shoes- W7, E49
flowers- Y000, Y11, Y21, Y19, YG01, YG25, YG67

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Hello...

Hello crafty friends! 

It's Tuesday and that means I have another fun card that I made for 7 Kids Your Crafting Supply Store. Being the crazy cat lady that I am, I've had this super cute Meoples Meowy stamp set from CC Designs on my wish list ever since it was released. So when I saw it in the 7 Kids store I snapped it right up. For this CAS card design I chose to ink up the little peeking kitty and color him up to be a grey tabby. I also wanted him to have some big, beautiful eyes so I went ahead and used my Copics to draw them in. Since I had a grey tabby gracing my card I searched my paper scrap bag for some grey and yellow paper to match back to him. Yellow and grey is such a happy combo, definitely one of my faves. And talk about a quick card to pull together... coloring and everything took less than an hour. And don't we all have those days with too little time to create but the itch to get crafty?
 
There is still plenty of time to enter this month's challenge over on the 7 Kids blog. Kelly has a gift certificate up for grabs and you could be the lucky winner!
Supply list:
cardstock- Papertrey Ink and Copic X-Press It
paper- October Afternoon
stamp- CC Designs (Meoples Meowy set)
ink- Memento tuxedo black
Teresa Collins enamel dots
Avery Elle hello die cut
Copic markers:
eyes- YG00, YG03, YG95
fur- W0, W3, W4, W6, W10, R30

Monday, April 17, 2017

Seriously...

Good morning!

My pal Tracey recently shared with me a sheet of super cute paper that had these different strips of girly skull and bow patterns on it. As soon as I saw it I knew that it would be perfect with this classic Creeper from the Sweet & Toxic set. Don't they look like they were made to go together? So of course I pulled my Copic colors from the print and I think she turned out quite lovely. I added a sprinkling of fun and funky sequins to add a bit more sparkle to the card and a cheeky sort of sentiment that totally suits this sweet, or possibly toxic, Creeper... LOL! 

Alrighty crafty friends, take care and have a wonderful day! :)   
Supply list:
cardstock- Bazzill, Papertrey Ink and Copic X-Press It
paper- Creative Imaginations
stamps- The Greeting Farm (Sweet and Toxic set), Paper Smooches (sentiment), My Favorite Things (Distressed Patterns set)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Angel Pink
My Favorite Things diagonal stitched rectangle die
Doodlebug sequins
Wink of Stella clear glitter pen
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20, E04
eyes- YG93, YG97, BG000
eyeshadow- V93
hair- C10, C8, C6, RV55, RV06, RV17
clothes- C0, C1, C2, RV10, R81, R83, V01, V12, V15, YG91, YG93, YG97, RV06, RV17