Saturday, November 22, 2014

Polka Dot Pals Nash

Meet Polka Dot Pals Nash from Little Miss Muffet stamps. She is so cute and ready to jam!

PDP Nash

For this card I used a Spellbinders embossing folder and used Spellbinders foils. After embossing a used a sanding blog to show the definition. Very simple, but elegant, card.

Wishing you all a blessed day and thanks for stopping by!

15 minute challenge

15MinMiC Featured

Have you heard about the recent challenge Zoe at Make it Crafty set up? Color an image in 15 minutes? Let me tell you about it.

First - the adrenaline starts pumping

Second - the shaking hands start when the timer starts

Third - you keep looking at the timer, and then you don't

Fourth - you are amazed at how much you can do in 15 minutes

Here is what I did

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I really did surprise myself that I could color a whole image, and make it look decent, in that short amount of time. Have you given it a try yet? You will be surprised at what you can do. We still have a few days left to participate so come on over to the Facebook group and share or if not definitely post into the store gallery so the DT can come by and share some love. See ya soon!

Make it Crafty products

Cici digital stamp

Other products

Flowers from Wild Orchid 

Make it Colour blending card 

Spellbinders dies

Ribbon from my stash

Copics 

15MinMiC Sample

Thanks for stopping by and visiting.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Bunny with Stocking

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Happy Saturday! It’s a cold day here in Missouri and they are calling for snow. Sure does seem that the cold came on very fast and it is hard to believe that winter is here but since it is mid-November I guess that is a safe bet.

Today I would like to show you a cute little bunny Christmas card I made using Bunny with Stocking from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. Adorable digital stamp!

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I printed the image onto Make it Colour blending card after lightening the image to get the no lines effect. I wanted the bunny to be really fuzzy looking so I made sure my blender was full of solution and colored the bunny using the C series.What do you think? Is it a fuzzy bunny?

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Here are the color of the copics I used:

  • Bunny – C9, C7, C5, C3, C2, C1, C0, 0, R00
  • Hat – R29, R27, R24, R22, YR23, Y15, Y11, Y00

After I colored the image I used Tim Holtz distress ink – Tea Dye and Antique Linen to go over the image for that aged look. I added a bit of tinsel ribbon and flowers from Wild Orchid.

Thanks for stopping by and visiting. Don’t forget to hop on over to Little Miss Muffet stamps to check out the great digital and rubber stamps!

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Wishing all your wishes come true

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Today I would like to show you one of the newer images at Little Miss Muffet Stamps. This is Swings N Slides Wizard. Now, before you say Halloween is over, my original intention on this is that it would make a great boys birthday card. And here it is.

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Don’t you agree?

I printed this little wizard onto Make it Colour blending card and colored him with the following Copics:

  • Skin – E11, E21, E51, E50, R12
  • Everything else – V17, V15, V12, Y38, Y35, Y32, YR09, YR07, YR04, E27, E25, E23, B99, B97, B95, B93, B91, B00, B000, B0000

Thanks for stopping by and visiting and hope you have a great weekend.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Christmas Already?

Time to get started on those Christmas cards and what better images to use than Socks?

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I had such a blast with this image, he is too adorable. Love his big hat and flopping socks. I added some white dots along the outside and brim of his hat .... why? No idea, just thought it needed something more and it works!

So have you started your Christmas cards yet?

Make it Crafty Products

Socks

Other Products

Make it Colour blending card 

Copics 

--Skin - E11, E21, E51, E50

--Clothes - R29, R27, R24, R22, G28, G24, YG25

--Bells - YR23, YR15, YR11, YR00, W5

--Hair – E29, E25, E23, E21

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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Rayne, Rayne stay and play

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Now, this is a different type of rain … this is PDP Rayne from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. She is available digitally at the shop along with a lot of other great PDP’s.
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This is Rayne finished on a card. I really like how her umbrella turned out even though it wasn’t intended to look that way. I was coloring away and realized I had colored the dots the same color, I had intended on coloring them green. After looking at it a little longer decided that I could still use it and that it looked better than what it would have had I used green.
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Here is a close up of this cutie. I printed her onto Make it Colour blending card using Microsoft Word. I lightened the lines for no line coloring and colored with Copics.
  • Skin – E11, E21, E51, E50
  • Hair – E57, E55, E53, E50
  • Pull toy – Y11, Y15, 100, YR04, R27, R24, R22
  • Clothes, umbrella and boots – YG23, YG03, YG13, BG57, BG53, BG10
I am participating in the following challenges:
Thanks for stopping by and visiting. Stop by Little Miss Muffet Stamps to check out the great images and the great sale going on!

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Christmas Tilda wearing red

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Today starts a new challenge at Totally Tilda and we want to see your Tilda image in red all decked out for Christmas.

Our generous Sponsor for this challenge is 

Nikki from Bunny-Zoe crafts

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And the Prize is


Thank you so much Nikki for your continued support.

For my card I used an older Tilda but unfortunately I cannot remember the name of her Sad smile.

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I used Tim Holtz Tattered Poinsettia and Weathered Clock. The happy holidays is also Tim Holtz Simple Sayings. I matted Tilda using AC Specialty Paper using Spellbinders Card Creator Distressed Edges.

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I stamped Tilda onto Make it Colour blending card with Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Spun Sugar and colored her with the following Copics:

  • Skin – E11, E21, E51, E50, R12
  • Clothes & Gift – R29, R27, R24, R22, E53, E51, E50
  • Hair – E47, E44, E43, Y26
  • Background – N4, N3, N2, N1, N0, 0

I am participating in the following challenges:

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check out all of the lovely creations at Totally Tilda.

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