Monday, March 29, 2010
Thank you so much for stopping by for a visit. I hope that it is dry in your neck of the woods...Toodles! :D
Friday, March 26, 2010
If you'd like to see some more inspiration with this sketch, then click here to see what the other Ladies in the Blogger's Challenge group have come up with. Thank you so much for stopping by today...Toodles! :D
Sunday, March 21, 2010
My Heather Ellis image is colored with Copic markers and layered onto Stampin' Up's Bashful Blue. The patterned paper is an older line from Imaginisce called For Peep's Sake. I added a strip of So Saffron grosgrain ribbon, some faux stitching, and a few Kaiser Craft Pearls to finish this one off. Like I said, less is more...lol! I'm going to go snuggle up with my laptop and check out what the other Ladies in the Blogger's Challenge group have come up with. You can see all of their creations here. Thanks so much for stopping by for a visit. Hope you have a lovely evening...Toodles! :D
Friday, March 12, 2010
I colored up this Stampavie image with my Copic markers (B0000, B02, B12, C0, C3, E33, E35, E37, R27, R29, Y11, Y21, YG13, and YG17) and I used my Nesties for the rectangles. The sentiment is a Free digital one from Pink Cat Studio and I added a few buttons to dress it up. The card base is Stampin' Up's Real Red with a layer of retired, Stampin' Up designer paper.
If you are looking for more birthday ideas, then check out what the other Ladies in the Blogger's Challenge group have come up with HERE. It's our challenge Mom's birthday so I'm sure that they came up with something spectacular! Happy Birthday Lisa! Thanks so much for stopping by for a visit today...Toodles! :D
Friday, March 5, 2010
I picked up this little chipboard/wooden box at Michaels and covered it with some retired, Stampin' Up Pacific Point DSP. I added one of those sweet, digital Heather Ellis images that I colored up with my Copic markers (B0000, B00, B12, B14, E000, E01, E53, E55, E57, R20, R29, Y21, YR15, YG93, and YG95). My Nesties were used for the ovals and then a strip of Pacific Point ribbon helps tie the whole thing together. Here's a picture of the side of the box.
Now onto this week's challenge...green, white, and neutrals. This Heather Ellis image is actually part of the Pure Innocence line from My Favorite Things.
I used Papertrey Ink's Stamper's Select White Cardstock and Memento Ink for my image and then colored her skin, hair, and rain slicker with Copic Markers (E000, E01, R20, C0, E17, E25, E29, G40, and G82). I'm getting all of the practice that I can with these markers...lol! I did a little paper piecing with some retired Certainly Celery prints from Stampin' Up for the umbrella and boots and then I added a sentiment from A Muse Artstamps.
Thanks so much for visiting today, and thanks for hanging in there with me through all of these technical difficulties. As soon as I finish my dinner, I'll be off to check out what the other Ladies from the Blogger's Challenge group have been up to. Just click on the link in my right side bar if you want to join me. Have a lovely evening...Toodles! :D