My Tribute to The Wizard of Oz Collection

I continue inspired by the magic of "The Wizard of Oz" if you are a Oz fan,,,,,,you´´ll enjoy my New Releases

I have designed some new incredible and unique

The Wizard of Oz Digital Stamps

Enjoy coloring as you wish..........this Magic World

These animated digital stamps have been
hand colored by Gayle Page-Robak
They are available at the bottom of this page.
And here are some samplers to inspire you:

Card by Nicecrane Designs working with my new digi stamps

Card by Nicecrane Designs working with my new digi stamps

Birthday Party Bags and invitation
working with Pre-Colored Digis by Gayle (available)
Cupkcake toppers working with  Pre-Colored Digis 
Jacqueline Muller from my Team also love Oz World
she was working with my 


Enjoy watching her STUNNING AND UNIQUE 

Cowardly Lion Card

Card by Jacqueline Muller (Absolutelly Stunning)
Cowardly Lion Colorization by Jacqueline (Detail)

Adorable Card by Jacqueline Muller

 Marie Gamber
HERE IS MY "The Wizard of Oz" Save Pack
So, don´t miss This lovely Save-Pack and show me your creations

And here are my Precolored Version:

And what about The Lost Princess of Oz DSL?

Adorable Oz card,,,,,I use here my new "The Princess of Oz" DSL
OMG, you can´t miss Them enjoy watching
by Gayle Page-Robak


But ,,,,,,do you prefer to color Them by yourself? problem
You can get also the Digital Stamp Sheet Version
Enjoy The Magic of Oz....and show me it......

Here is a Close Up view from my paper set.

Happy Birthday......
Here you can note a close up of my Oz paperpack and
all over some characters from my "Turned Intos CS"
here is my new "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" Paperpack

Fascinating Pin Ups, Alice by ML Attwell Save Pack & A Cozy Corner New Releases

Well,,,,I hope you all had a wonderful Easter Time,,,,my friend,,,,,now I am showing you my latest Pin Up new Collage Sheet, to create funny and unique sexy cards....woww,wowwww.
 Are you a Pin Up' s Fan ?

Enjoy watching the real models

What about a unique and fascinating and all over 
Sexy Gift?

Wenche from my DT did this absolutely sexy and all over funny Pin up Card.
We celebrated a friend's 50 th birthday this weekend, and here is the card we had with:
Pin Up Card Detailed View by Wenche Jessen

And what about these sexy and so funny Ladies calling by Telephone?,,,,,Once Upon a time
Theere wasn' t Internet........

So funny Vintage Pin Up by Katrine Vindfallet

ATC by Nicecrane Desgins (Previous work)

Colorful Pin Ups CS - Click Image to Close

Click on the image 

But if you prefer Vintage Style,,,, you can`t miss this amazing Decorated Vintage Bag by Mevlida Malkoc working with my "A cozy Corner CS" ,,,,to fill with amazing gifts,,,,,,,,woww,,,,love it,,,,what a creative bag.

 Decorated Vintage Bag by Mevlida Malkoc
Detailed View by Melvida Malkcoc

Adorable Card by Wenche (Previous work)

And  HERE is my Sheet :


And all over if you are looking for a colorful way to show Alice in Wonderland Creations (Tags, Cards, layouts and anything you can imagine,,,,,,,,take a look to this Vintage Alice Tag by Chris working with my 

With the challenge at Simon Says Stamp and Show being about fairy tales I decided to use a Mabel Lucy Attwell 'Alice in Wonderland' image from a collage sheet by Nicecrane Designs. the image has a hare so is good for Stamping Sentations fur theme.

I used the image to do a gel medium image transfer and then I matted it onto distress inked card. The background is distress inks, Tim's wrinkle free and flick techniques and I've used a stamp from the Urban Chic set for the background together with a Kasierkraft stamp over the Tim Holtz diamond die cut piece at the bottom. Everything is edged with Gathered Twigs Distress ink, the tag is cut from Ranger card using the Tim Holtz tag and bookplates die and I've also added some painted seam binding, white acrylic paint and some Stampendous aged gold embossing powder here and there. I used some letters from TH plastic letters, can't remember the name of them to spell out Alice and a couple of chit chat stickers for 'in wonderland'.

Mabel Lucie Attwell's initial career was founded on magazine illustration, which she continued throughout her life, but around 1900 she began receiving commissions for book illustration, notably for W & R Chambers and the Raphael House Library of Gift Books. She illustrated children's classics such as Mother Goose (1910), Alice in Wonderland (1911), Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales (1914), The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley (1915), and Peter Pan and Wendy by J.M. Barrie. Attwell contributed illustrations to popular periodicals such as The TatlerThe Bystander, Graphic, and The Illustrated London News. She produced advertising illustrations for clients such as Vim (cleaning product), and illustrated greeting cards as well.

Alice by Attwell - Click Image to Close

Alice & L. M. Atwell Vol II - Click Image to Close


Digi Stamps included inside the pack


Sweetie Kids, Fascinating Birds & Peter Rabbit

I hope you all have a wonderful Easter Time,,,,,,my friends,,,,,,now I am showing the latest creations by the DT.
First of all the stunning and so funny creations by Katrine Vindfallet working with my new "Funny Sweetie Kids CS",,,,,,,,You can`t miss these incredible bards:


2)  I am showing the gorgeus work by Jenny working with my "Creative Peter Rabbit Digi".So directly from her blog:
Hi everyone and welcome back. I really appreciate your company and the fact that you join me/comment even when I get too snowed under to reciprocate straight away. So, I had some quiet time very early this morning and managed to create my March Tim Holtz Tag for thelatest edition of the 2013 challenge - I know, fashionably late with this as ever.

Are those shadows again? Oh yes, the sun shone for a short while so I hopped into the garden to grab some photos (seriously woman! how many times can you use that gag?)

I started with the tag background, created by combining some digital images from Nicecrane Designs. It's called Creative Peter Rabbit DSL and contains four black and white images which can be resized and coloured however you want to.
I chose to spritz my background with some homemade brown ink (a combo of red and green Jenny Bowlin inks) which, when extra water is applied, mottles to a colour not unlike DI Victorian Velvet. Then I painted the bunnies with said DI Victorian Velvet, plus Stormy Sky, Vintage Photo and Antique Linen. The tag edges were finished with Walnut Stain, of course.

I pretty much used Tim's ideas for die-cutting the centre panel and filling it with silver tinsel (coloured with Espresso and Stonewashed alcohol inks). Some dyed seam binding and a DI Stormy Sky banner/sentiment worked well together. The flowers/leaves were cut from an aluminium pie tin, coloured with DP Victorian Velvet, Wild Honey and Peeled Paint. To finish I created my own fringing and die cut a leaf to place under the seam binding bow at the top (one of my new Sizzix Thinlits - need more of these).



Jenny also was working with my " Fascinating Birds CS" to create this stunning Layout,,,,,.it is a must have to watch. Hi there peeps - welcome to my world. Anyone who visited my desk yesterday will have seen me making a start on creating some tropical bird cards based on a favourite scrapbook layout (in a vain attempt to ignore the wintery weather!!) The layout by Ingvild Bolme can be foundHERE. And this is my take on it with one of the cards...
Stunning and colorful layout by Jenny
The whole thing started with some pale  brown K&Co patterened paper from my stash, edged with DI Vintage Photo. Then it was over to my favourite Artemio script background, embossed in white. Next I masked off the edges to create a coloured central panel (a mix of DI Bundled Sage/Stormy Sky/Peeled Paint). Finally for the background I added white texture paste birdcages through a  lovely TCW mask.

And HERE another works with this sheet by Julia & Renee from Crafting by Designs DT

And what about this fantastic Easel Card by Rene????
The template is for a fabulous easel card, in the shape of eggs! I played around with a few ideas and then decided to make a Vintage card, using the fabulous Fascinating Birds from Nicecrane as focus. The base of the card is brown and the contrast is teal, but it came out a bit blue. I added some ribbon, gold wax and flowers to finish my card. Here is my easel card:


May was working with my "Funny Easter DSL" and she did this awesome creation:

Today I have made a tag using one the fabulous images from NiceCrane Designs...& this is a first for me I coloured it with Distress inks... normally use promarkers... I think I need some more practice but I really enjoyed it...

I hope you like it!! Pop over to NICECRANE DESIGNS & have a look around at the wonderful images!!! click HERE..

Thanks a million for stopping by in my blog,.....

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