Create with the Famous Brownies
Florence made a card for this weeks Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge. The challenge this week is Make Your Mark. To see full details of the challenge and to see the wonderful projects from the DT girls (sending you all crafty hugs) please click on the link above. She used my funny and so cute "
This week Nicecrane Designs is sponsering the challenge so I have used one of their digi stamps.
LOL! I can not reduce the size of the photo. Anyone know how to. Everything I used to do does not work anymore. Looks great in draft and then……
I printed my Brownie digi stamp onto plain white card. I placed a piece of copier paper over the image and held it against the window. I then drew around the outline, using a pencil to make a mask. I cut the mask out and placed it over my brownie image and then stamped all over using some rubber stamps from my stash.
Please click to enlarge
And rnjoy her previou Brownie creation
And rnjoy her previou Brownie creation
I coloured my image is using felt pen ink and a damp paint brush.
I added a very tiny domino at the bottom for the age of the recipiant of this card. I found these little tiny dominos in the pound shop. My bargain of the week 60p for a set.
These are the digi stamps that I used in my project.
Unnusual Vintage Christmas Balls (Pyramid Style)
DON´T MISS THESE UNIQUE BALLS
I must tell you now Vicky from Crafting Vicky is now on the Team and she did this awesome Xmas Ball:
I'm here tonight to share with you some creations that I made that are totally different from my usual creations! I made some Christmas ornaments!!!! I got some fabulous digis from Nicecrane designs. Don't know if you know that digi store?!? But if you don't you really should check it out. It's pretty amazing. And they have a great blog with inspiration that you can follow here. They share some pretty amazing freebies. So if you don't know them I highly suggest that you go and have a look! Please don't forget to say thank you
Stunning Christmas Ball by Vicky
Create your Christmas Ball
I used some cardstock that came with a package as a base for both of these. I was really wondering how I would take pictures of these... and then I remembered my banana rack lol it worked!!!
So I fussy cut the image 6 times. It comes in little circles prenumbered... so you really can't mess it up. I punched a hole and added a little ribbon from my stash. I also put stickles on the side to add interest.
A closer look (Front View)
Here's a closer look (Back View)
And the side view so you see the nice depth
More Peter Rabbit Creations
Brenda as always did a stunning and all over so funny and sweet Peter Rabbit Cards, working with my "Peter Rabbit Round Tags" I am falling in love with these really so cute and unique works,,,,you are Rock Brenda,,,,,love every details on them-
These Peter Rabbit Cards by Brenda are absolutely a delcious for Children
Enjoy my sheet,,,,,and show me your creativity:
Inspired by Nature Card
Autum Card by Shirley (love it)
Love this Autum Colours,,,,and the vintage effect.
Watch some previous works with this pack:
And here is my Save Pack
Right let’s get onto my It’s A Hoot album
Shirley also was working with my "Fascinating Francoise Boucher" .All was covered with a coat of gesso then used the Imagination Crafts Moonlight Owl stencil with a paste which I acquired from a Lidl’s food store (so cheap and very good). Next step was to cover with Antique Linen distress stain, Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze before adding a coloured gilding wax. The egg stamps are from Stampin Ups Nature Walk.
François Boucher (1703-1770), was a masterful French painter of the rococo age, extremely popular then and ever since. He began his artistic career working as an engraver and at the age of 17 entered the art studio of François Le Moyne, who in 1736 became First Painter to King Louis XV. Much of Boucher's early works show the influence of his teacher, but he was also greatly impressed by the delicate style of his contemporary Antoine Watteau. In 1723 Boucher won the Prix de Rome and studied in Rome from 1727 to 1731. Unlike many artistis of the day, he turned what he studied into a uniquely personal style, suitable for large-scale decorations as well as small intimate, so-called cabinet pictures
Enjoy This amazing Album
The inside page has been covered with paper for a little contrast but I painted the glaze over the edges of the die and the stamped images. The images are from Nicecrane Designs.
Next page has been created very similar to the front but I used the Mini Art Is stencil from TCW for the background. The die is Chesapeake Circle from Memory Box which I cut twice then overlayed one onto the other. Added gauze over the top but it obscured the image so I made a cut across the middle and pulled back. Covered her and the clock with a coat of glossy accents.
And Finally your adorable FREEBIE:
From my "Remember Your Childhood Sheet"
Right Click and Save As,,,,,,,to get it.
Thanks a million to my Team and welcome to Vicky.