Thursday, January 26

stars shine…


Other than the purple and blue mix I decided to add a little green to the image!
The base card is white card stock with a panel of black card stock.
On a white card stock panel I stamped the image and sentiment from Colorado Craft Company “Anita Jeram Stargazers” set with Memento tuxedo black ink.
I also made a mask for the bottom then applied blue and purple Distress inks for the sky.
Next I used Copic markers for the bunnies and grass.
This I applied to the card front them marked in the “stars” with white gel pen.


zzzzzzz…


Colorado Craft Company image yet again…though it’s not an Anita Jeram!!!
The base card is pink checked card stock.
On white card stock I stamped the image and sentiment from Colorado Craft Company “Kris Lauren Sleeping Mouse” with VersaFine onyx black ink.
I colored it with Prismacolor pencils, artist stumps and Gamsol.
This I backed with black card stock before applying it to the base card.


red heart…

 

Isn’t it fun to color with graphite pencils and then add one bit of color?
That’s what I did with this challenge.
On the white card stock base card I stamped the image and sentiment  from Colorado Craft Company “Anita Jeram Sweet Snowman”  using VersaFine onyx black ink.
Next I colored him with graphite pencils.
At this point I am going to show you what I place the card on to color it…
This is a silicone mat, that I purchased in a three pack on Amazon, placed on my Tim Holtz glass mat.
I like it as the card doesn’t move on it and the pencils don’t roll!
Once it was colored I used the heart stamp from the same set with Gina K. Designs cherry red ink.







so creative…

 

Coloring with Prismacolor pencils on white linen card stock is one of my favorite ways to create.
On the card I stamped the sentiment from Colorado Craft Company “Anita Jeram Love Art” set and the image from Colorado Craft Company “Anita Jeram Handmade Mini” using VersaFine onyx black ink and coloring with Prismacolor pencils.





Wednesday, January 25

define good…


In my stash I found some square snowflake cards and decided to use one for this challenge.
On white card stock I stamped the image from Stampingbella’s “Swimmer Gnomes” and colored it with Copic markers before cutting it out and foam taping it to the card front.
To finish I stamped the sentiment from Stampingbella’s “Christmas Tree Oddball”.