Saturday, 30 August 2014

Sugar Skull Stack

Anyone who knows me will tell you I love sugar skulls so when I saw this digi over at Dilly Beans Stamps I knew I had to have it.

I coloured the image in using Spectrum Noir pens in the following colours:

JG1, JG2, LG4, LG5, BP6, BP7, PL4, CT3, CT4,
DR3, DR4, TB4, TB5, IG1, EB1, EB2, BLACK

I decided to mount the image onto a black DL card (I normally prefer to layer with colour on white but because of the image size I thought this would look better)

Finally I cut two spider web corners, using a Cheery Lynn die, out of silver mirror card and put them on opposite corners just to give it a bit of bling.

Friday, 29 August 2014

Fae Hope

I've been desperate to play with my newest Visible Image stamps from the INKognito range but I have been so busy during the school holidays.
So here is a quick card that I made using the Butterfly and Fae from their fantasy range.

I started by stamping the butterfly in Versamark ink, I then used Cosmic Shimmer Mica powder to create the iridescent finish (sorry the photo doesn't do it justice).

Next I stamped and coloured the beautiful Fae using pencils.

 I fussy cut her and stuck her to the front of my card.

Finally I added a greeting to a piece of yellow card I had cut using a Spellbinders die.

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Harley Any Colour

I absolutely love the Harley stamp set from Visible Image I've used him on a few cards but this is one of my favourites.

I used a blank white 7x7 card base and added three 1" strips of black card to create the background.

I stamped Harley onto a piece of white card and coloured him in using the following Spectrum Noir pens:
IG1, IG6, IG7, IG8, IG9, IG10
FS1, FS2, FS3, CT4, TN7, Black

I then rounded the corners of the image and mounted it onto black card. Finally I stuck the image to front of the card and added a slightly altered Anna Marie Designs greeting (it was black with white spots but I didn't like the spots so coloured it in)

I am entering this into the August challenge at Visible Image.