Hello friends! I’m back today to share some fun news with you!!!!
I’m very excited to finally be able to share with you that I’m guest designing for
Digi Doodle Stamps!
Please be sure and stop by the adorable shop and have a look at these images! They’re so cute! They also have a fun monthly challenge if you’re interested in playing along with that too! You can use any image as long as it’s colored! You can also join in their Facebook Group for lots of inspiration too!
Today, I’m sharing my first card for them with this really adorable image:
I have used the Loves Me Loves Me Not digital stamp to create my card.
What I had in mind when making this card was all of that crazy rain we were having this past month and how it seemed to never end. I also loved the flowers she was holding because my daisies came up in my back yard and they really make me happy seeing them bloom. So I combined this image with some rainfall in the background and took away the petals from the image to make it appear as if she’s holding out her hand in the rain! 🙂 Hubby has been taking extra great care of me while all of this rain was happening around us and I think this would be a special card for someone who always seems to bring out that happy sunshine no matter the weather! (His favorite color is blue!) Wink wink
Here’s a closer view of the coloring I’ve done on her with Copics. For the background, I’ve taken a white panel and stamped some rain drops from another stamp set in my stash. I fussy cut out my colored image and attached her over top of that rain panel. I took some Nuvo Glitter Drops and added them over the rain drops in the background behind her. I also white heat embossed the sentiment (From MFT) and cut it out with a banner die and slipped that under her foot when placing it on my card.
It’s hard to tell in the photo, but I’ve covered her bow and top of her hair with a glitter pen to make it look like she’s been wet in the rain.
For the rest of my card, I’ve added the raindrop background light blue stitched scallop card panel over a dark blue layer and attached some pink ribbon around them. I’ve added the bow to the side and then attached a yellow enamel heart over that. These panels were mounted over an A2 sized white top folding card base.
Lastly, I’ve added the image panel and mounted it over the yellow scalloped panel and another piece of dark blue cardstock that was attached with foam tape.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed my card today and it brought you a smile! Thank you so much for stopping by with me today! I will be having another really super fun post to share with you tomorrow, be sure to stop by!
- Love to Scrap – Anything Goes
- Creative Craft Cottage – Eileen’s Anything Goes (Digi Doodle is sponsoring!)
- Pammie’s Inky Pinkies – PIP1922 Anything Goes
- The Paper Girls – Top 5 Faves (Coloring, sparkle, hearts, ribbon, flowers)
- Watercooler Wednesday – WWC224Anything Goes Feminine
- Crafting with an Attitude – Anything Goes
Hello friends!! Happy April Fool’s Day! 🙂
Well there’s “no fooling” here today as I bring you a post to share the creation I’ve made for a new challenge over at the 2 Crafty Critter Crazies Challenge Blog! Since it’s the first of April, we have a brand new challenge starting with the “Anything Goes + critter” theme in mind! Hope you will join us with your critter creations!
We are being sponsored by Digi Doodle Studios and this is the card I made for the challenge this month:
Our sponsor was kind enough to share this very sweet image called Mia which I’ve used for my card today. This is my first experience with these images and I must say they have some really cute ones in their store, so hop on over and check them out!
I’ve colored her up with Copic markers including drawing extended lines for the grass and coloring it up all the way across and down. I cut it out with a cross stitched rectangle die and then used a sun ray stencil to ink some yellow behind her by taping off the grass edge so I didn’t get any on that part. I then stamped the sentiment in black ink over top of that.
To continue on with the yellow color theme I’ve got going on, I cut out a piece of yellow glitter cardstock that was cut out with a scallop rectangle die (retired from Lawn Fawn) and attached it to the back of the image panel. I took some plaid papers for the bottom portion of the A2 white top folding card base and then attached some yellow grosgrain ribbon across the top and then attached the image panel and then added a yellow ribbon bow along the edge. Lastly I finished it out with some yellow rhinestone crystals.
Here’s a closer look at the coloring I’ve done on the image. I took a black gel pen to color in the eyeballs circles. I wasn’t sure how to go about coloring the eyes, but this is the way that made the most sense to me. I also went around the edges of the butterfly with the black gel pen. I took a glitter brush pen and went over the liquid in her cup.
I have to add that this image really got me thinking about past memories with my sweet little Mocca and how we would go out on nice Spring days like this. She certainly was always “my happy” for sure and I still miss her like crazy. I’m sure any of you that have lost pets understand what I’m saying. It’s great to have the memories we’ve shared after all this time!
Please be sure to hop on over to the 2 Crafty Critter Crazies blog and check out the rest of the inspiration from the design team and play along with us this month! Looking forward to seeing your critter creations!
Thanks so much for stopping by! I appreciate it so much!
**I will be back shortly to announce the winner of the “Purple Day Epilepsy Blog Hop” give away! So be sure to come back and see if you are the winner!!**
- Crafty Friends – Spring
- Crafty Gals Corner – Spring is Here!
- Krafty Chicks – Coffee, tea or hot cocoa
- As You Like It – Favorite Coloring medium – Copic Why? It’s my favorite “go to” coloring method and I love the way the markers blend together for shading and highlight effects.
- Creative Knockouts – Outside Fun
- Allsorts – Use Yellow
- Digi Doodle Studios Challenge – #15 Anything Goes