Saturday, 24 November 2007

New Technique For Me
I have been trying out something new today, using my pencil crayons with Sansador. I love this technique and I find it a lot easier than watercolouring. I would like to send my thanks to Annie (Ink'n'Rubba) for all her help, she has given me lots of great tips. I have use done of my new Magnolia stamps which eventually arrived this morning. I have used Liquid Applique on his clothes and added glitter to his beard for a bit of sparkle.

Tuesday, 20 November 2007

Arty Girlz Ribbon Challenge
The challenge at Arty Girlz this week is to use ribbon or fibres on your card. This is one of my new Tildas which came last week which I have stamped and watercoloured. I was going to add an Xmas sentiment but I think that you could also use it for a winter birthday card.

Friday, 16 November 2007

DCM Golden Highlights Challenge
The challenge at DCM this week is to use golden highlights on your card. I have used one of my new Tilda stamps and some scrummy BG papers. Tilda was stamped and watercoloured and then matted onto some gold pearl card and I added a gold bow.

Sunday, 11 November 2007

Beate Weekend Sketch #27
I based this card on the sketch challenge over at Beates. I cut the circles with my Cricut and watercoloured the Tilda.

Tuesday, 6 November 2007

Arty Girlz Bling Challenge #8
I stamped and coloured this Tilda last night so when I saw the challenge at Arty Girlz this morning I thought this would be ideal to use with a few sparkly gem stones for the bling and there is glitter on the candle and cake but it doesn't show up.

Monday, 5 November 2007

Papertake Weekly Challenge
The challenge at Papertake this week is to make a get well/speedy recovery card. This is my DT card, I have stamped and watercoloured the Tilda and printed the sentiment from the PC. The flower is cut with my Cricut.

Friday, 2 November 2007

DCM 'and Cut' Challenge
The challenge at DCM this week is to use something which is cut by hand on your card. I stamped and watercoloured the Tilda and then cut it out (hope this counts). The backing panel is mounted onto the card straight, it's the lines on the backing paper which make it look crooked!