It's time for the Polkadoodles DT to show you what we can come up with using a design sheet from one of the fabulous collections. I used Design Sheet 5 from Horace & Boo you can also get the entire collection HERE.
I used the actual outline of the topper on the sheet to create a shaped card and just cut out and added a couple of other bits to finish my creation. Really quite simple, crafing doesnt always have to be complex. Anyone can do it. The main thing is you enjoy it. Why not pop over and join in the fun this week, the theme as always is 'Anything Goes'. Thanks so much for stopping by. Please feel free to leave me a comment as I do love to read them. Challenges Entered; Crafting with an Attitude Crafty Creations Creative Moments Items Used:
It's new challenge time over at Polkadoodles. why not pop over and join in, you never know you could win a prize? The theme is always 'Anything Goes' although the DT were asked to follow the theme of 'Hot Colours'. My interpretation was what I find 'Hot' and for me, funnily enough that means cool colours, lol. So I thought I'd share with you a really sweet cover I made for my new notebook. I used Ula Be A Princess but not before dragging her, kicking & screaming into my graphics programme where I had a beautiful backing paper waiting for her and then added the sentiment and scaled her to size. I then made a copy of just Ula and printed that off seperately. Ula's Life has some wonderful backing papers on and some templates for fab stencils. I used a couple of stencils to create more interest on my backing paper using distress inks.
I coloured in the base layer of Ula, paying more attention to the wings and outline then I moved on to my top layer. She's coloured up using my Prisma pencils. I then cut around my top layer snipping off the wings, long bits of hair & the jewels on top of her crown. I trimmed my base layer the fit my notebook then added my top layer with some silicone gel giving her a bit of dimension. replaced the jewels with some pearl drops, added sparkle to her wings and stuck on a few sparkly sequins. I think she looks like a proper Princess now. I do hope you like this weeks creation, thanks for stopping by, feel free to leave me a comment as I do love to read them.
Minimal colouring from me today over at Colour Crazy Challenge We are being sponsored this week by the fabulous Crafty Ribbons so why not pop over and join in the fun. You could win a prize? I coloured Frosty up with my sparkle pen and Graph'it Markers. Some times less is more. I just love finishing off snowy cards with baby blue ribbon x
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Morning all. I'm here today with an inspiration post for a summer themed card. I could have created so many different cards for the current challenge over at Polkadoodles this fortnight but decided to keep it CAS and even if I do say so myself pretty 'cool' 😎
I thought the backing paper here was just so bright and vibrant all I did was use a little spray glitter to make it sparkle in the sunlight, I then opted for the sentiment and made that the focal point with a little bit of matting and layering, I then printed off a couple of the sunglass images and layered them up adding them to the corner for a bit of interest.
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Hi everyone, today I'm sharing a card I recently made for a very dear friend. For a change I had a little play with my Inktense pencils & Octavia Moonfly Wistful (skin: baked earth, willow, deep rose, hair: mid vermillion, red oxide, madder brown, dress/tights: felt green, hookers green, beech green, shiraz, crimson, hot red, eyes/wings: iris blue, leaf: ionion green, iron green, mushroom: sepia ink, bark, oak, saddle brown, shiraz, crimson,hot red) the pretty floral arrangement was created using Birdhouse Doublet & Flowers 1 die sets. The sentiment is from the Octavia Moonfly Big Kahuna Collection. I hope you like it?
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