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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Science of Beauty - Inspired by Da Vinci - Bee Crafty Stamps DT

Hiya and welcome to my Tuesday post for Bee Crafty Stamps

I have been getting messy with some of my Inspired by Da Vinci stamps I brought with my pocket money a few weeks ago - I have a Need! list of  new stamps for Payday im a bit addicted 


For this card I have used....



Distress Ink Pads - Victorian Velvet, Tea Dye & Walnut Stain

White Pearlescent Cardstock

Watercolour Card

Pearlescent Textured Paper

6x6 Scallop Card Blank

Circular Frame Die

Waterbrush & Blending Tool

Paper Flowers - Cherry Blossom & Roses

Gems


I stamped Science of Beauty off-centred onto a trimmed piece of watercolour card using Memento Ink 'Rich Cocoa' then stamped again onto eclipse masking tape and cut around to form a mask which I fixed over the stamped image on the card. I then inked up the Da Vinci Script using Tye Dye distress ink and stamped twice over the edge of the mask to create a script background. I inked up the Cow Parsley and stamped around the edges of the card filling in all the gaps and stamping in various directions. I then removed the mask to reveal no script has been stamped accross her face. I used my waterbrush to wash over the background blending the 2 colours slightly. I tapped the Walnut Stain & Victorian Velvet ink pads onto my glass mat then using my waterbrush to pick up the colour I painted her hair and features of her face. I let this dry out while I prepared my paper flowers, first I trimmed off the stems then inked the edges using Walnut Stain ink and my blending tool. 

I trimmed a piece of pink pearlescent textured paper to a leave a few mm border around the watercoloured picture and fixed this to the cardblank. I inked the edges of the watercolour picture using Walnut Stain ink and my blending tool and attached this to the card front. I die cut the Circlular Frame using white pearlescent cardstock - I attached this over Science of Beauty and most of the script to frame them using a glue gun. I then arranged and fixed the flowers using the glue gun. I used the stems to create foliage in between the flowers. I finished the Card with some gems in the corners.


I hope you like my project and will visit again soon to see gorgeous makes by the Design Team Girls

Krafty Hugs xx


Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Paperbabe Inspiration - Using Offcuts

Hiya and welcome to my Blog

I hope you are all well and enjoying some lovely weather its quite warm and sunning here is Harlow today

Today I am sharing 2 quick makes I made yesterday for Paperbabe Stamps

My first project I used 'Mayleedee' I coloured her using Copic Markers and paper-pieced her dress


Copics Used:

Hair: E79, E74, E71
Skin: E11, E02, E02 Blush: E93 Lips: E04
Collar, Bow, Eyes, Underskirt & Boots: BG18, BG13, BG10, N3


Card Recipe:

Card blank made from an offcut of pearlescent white cardstock scored and folded in half
Background - Ash Brown Mirror Board embossed using a Floral 6x6 Embossing Folder (magazine freebie)
Paper-Piecing, Matting and Diecut - Paper browns & aquas floral - from a pad from Studio Light
Bunting Die - from Joycrafts
'Hello' sentiment stamp from the 'Mayleedee' set
Aqua flat back pearls from my stash

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My second project I have gone for a natural knitted feel using the 'DesignA Knit' stamp set
 

First I stamped the pompom flower head, curved the stem and used two stitches as the leaves using brown Memento Inkpad


Card Recipe:

Cardblank made using an offcut of pearlescent cardstock scored and folded in half
Offcut of Ivory Pearlescent cardstock trimmed to fit cardfront and embossed using an 8x8 knitted embossing folder
Matting Dark Brown Mirror Board
Layering - Offcuts of Kraft Card and Vellum
'Cozy Snuggles' sentiment stamp from the 'DesignA Knit' set
Twine and Gems from my stash

I hope you like my cards and that I have inspired you to use up your offcuts? I do this a lot as I dont like to waste anything

I would love it if you joined the Paperbabe Facebook Group for updates on new products and peeks at the Design Team and Kim's Projects xx

Thank you for visiting today and I hope you will come back soon

Krafty Hugs xx

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

'Dorothy' - Bee Crafty

Hiya its Tuesday so I'm here to share with you today a card I made for Bee Crafty Stamps
Its half term this week so im enjoying a nice break from school runs - my kiddies are enjoying their free time too and we are planning a few crafting activities this week and I'm hoping to get a few more makes finished to show over on the Bee Crafty Facebook Group have you joined yet? 
Have you been watching our Beverley on the 'British Craft Network' an online craft TV channel where you can see lovely shows with gorgeous products
Ive been working with 'Dorothy' from Wizard of Oz collection you can find her and all her friends in the SHOP along with lots of yummy stamps and craft goodies
I stamped Dorothy using Memento ink onto smooth cardstock and coloured her with my Copic Markers


Hair: E29, E37, E35, E31
Skin: E11, E00 -  Lips: E04
Dress: B97, B95, B93, B91
Blouse: C3, C1, C0, 0
Basket: E43, E41 - Cloth: YR000

I chose a paper to colour match her dress and the layered up with mirror board and embossed pearlescent cardstock which I wrapped a ribbon around and added a small bow
I wanted to show off Dorothy so I framed her using some circular die's, I cut her from a plain circle and a decorative circular die i used for the frame
I chose a simple flourish die cut twice and some pale blue and white paper flowers which I have fixed onto the cardfront using a hot glue gun
The sentiment is from the WORDage collection 'Happy Birthday/With Love' set
Thank you for visiting today come back soon to see more makes by the Amazing Design Team 
Krafty Hugs xx

Monday, 16 February 2015

Cute & Cuddly Cupid x


Hiya and welcome to my Blog

Over at the Crafting Musketeer's Challenge Blog today we are sharing with you our makes for the Midway Reminder for our February Challenge - 'Cute'

We have been kindly Sponsered this month by Cuddly Buddly Crafts

I chose to use this Gorgeous Cupid image with some of their papers and one of their sentiments



Image coloured using Copic Markers:

Hair: YR21, Y23, YR31
Skin: E11, E02, E00, E51, E50 Blush E93
Wings: RV10, YR000
Headband & ArrowTip: RV34, RV11
Arrowhead: RV11, RV10
Pants: RV23, RV21. RV11, RV10


Card Recipe:

3 papers kims digi papers pretty mix red - Cuddly Buddly 
Image 'Lilyboo - Little Cupid' - Cuddly Buddly
Sentiment sweet summer sentiments - Cuddly Buddly
Ruby Red pearlescent cardstock - my stash
Doily's - Hobbycraft
Border Punch - Martha Stewart
Paper Flowers - Wild Orchid Crafts
Leaf Flourish Die - Joycrafts

 Head over to the Challenge Blog to see more gorgeous Design Team creations from the Amazing Crafting Musketeer's Team and why not enter we have a brilliant prize £10 to spend at Cuddly Buddly Online Shop x

Thank you for visiting today and I hope you will come back soon

Krafty Hugs 
Kerrie x
Crafting Musketeer

Sunday, 15 February 2015

Breakfast at Tiffany's - Film Inspired!!

 
Hiya and welcome to my Blog

Today a New Challenge has begun over at That Craft Place Challenge Blog and the Theme is 'Film Inspired' I love film&music inspired challenges

Today I am sharing with you my Design Team make I chose 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' 

I picked a Gorgeous Image by Trudie Howard and coloued her with Copic Markers


Hair: E79, E74, E71
Skin: E04, E11, E21, E00, E000
Dress, Gloves & Shoes: C10, C8, C6, C4
Necklace and Headress: Clear Stardust Sakura


Recipe:

Music Score 'Moon River' from the film
Back Cardstock
Film Strips cut using Cameo2 (available from That Craft Place)
Dies... Clapper Board, Gloves & Cat all by Joycrafts (can be brought from That Craft Place)
Sentiment printed myself

Head on over to the Challenge Blog to see the Gorgeous Examples by the Amazing Design Team

Thank you for visiting today and I hope you will be back soon

Krafty Hugs
Kerrie x
TCP DT

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Cloud Nine - Fleur & Freddie - Bee Crafty Stamps

Happy Tuesday which means its my turn to share with you my Design Team make for Bee Crafty Stamps

I sticking with my new years resolution to use up stash I already have and to try new techniques with them 



As soon as I see this stamp I thought Fleur & Freddie were flying so for this make ive created a sky as a background


I stamped the image onto watercolour card using Archival Ink (waterproof) then I painted over ths image using Art Masking Fluid so I could make the background look like its behind the figures


Using: Tumbled Glass, Broken China & Stormy Sky - Distress Inks I sponged them over the watercolour card which I had spritzed with water - I sprinkled this wet background with Salt (for a speckled rain effect) and then dried it using a heat gun on the lowest setting

I rubbed away the dry masking fluid to reveal the uncoloured image


I then watercoloured the image using Distress Markers: Walnut Stain, Fired Brick, Faded Jeans, Tattered Rose & Victorian Velvet


I matted the watercoloured picture using dark red cardstock and fixed it to a scalloped card blank. I stamped the 'With Love' WORDage stamp in the corner and used Glossy Accents on the heart balloons to finish the card


Thank you so much for visiting the my Blog today Happy Stamping

Krafty Hugs

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Chocolate Valentine - Bee Crafty - Fleur & Freddie

Hiya! Its Tuesday so its my turn again to share with you my Design Team creation using some of the lush Bee Crafty Stamps
This week I've been planning ahead for Valentine's Day Cards and I've had the cutest stamps to work with 'Tete a Tete' from the 'Fleur & Freddie' collection - I chose Chocolate Brown & Rich Reds for a chocolate box looking card
I couldnt resist getting my Distress Markers out for this one - I scribbled them on a plain white tile and picked up the ink using a waterbrush to use them like watercolours - I chose browns and warm reds to match the brown spotty paper and red silky cardstock i had chosen to use

I went for a layered up effect on the cardfront using pearlecent cardstocks and glittered spotty papers, a heart edged circular die (and the waste hearts from it too) and a lattice heart die. I chose a WORDage stamp to use 'Glad I Did It - Small' - I love this sentiment and would be perfect for my Hubby's Valentine Card this year
I'm off now to get inky with some more yummy stamps - see you next week
Krafty Hugs
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