Just a quick reminder to share your masculine projects with us this week at Crafty Boots Challenges.
My card uses the Traveler stamp set from Stampin’ Up!, and I have inked up the steam train in Chocolate Chip ink. The papers are (unfortunately) retired ones, but I loved the colours and thought it worked well with this particular image.
Hope you have a crafty week. Happy stamping!
And in some extra exciting news, I am now a Design Team member for the wonderful digital designer Pattie Gomez from Pattie’s Creations. Such a huge honor to be chosen as part of her team. Thank you, Pattie!
This month’s challenge at Pattie’s Creations is to make a Father’s Day or Graduation project. I have chosen the Hang Thirty image for my project:
I printed the image onto white cardstock and then fussy cut around the edge and cut out all the little pieces so that the background would show through. The image has been coloured with Copic markers and stamped using the Be The Star stamp set from Stampin’ Up! The background was created by sponging some Pool Party ink around a cardboard mask cut from one the Word Bubbles Dies (now retired), and a layer of patterned paper from my stash for the water. And the sand is a thin layer of cork.
I hope you will join us this month at Pattie’s Creations.
I can’t believe how quickly this month has gone by, and the last week of April brings me to my final week as Guest Designer with Just Add Ink. I have loved playing along with this great bunch of lovely ladies, and really enjoyed sharing my ideas with all of you.
This week’s challenge is to use this sketch for your inspiration:
I have used the sketch to make a masculine card, featuring the Moon Lake stamp set and the Adventure Bound Designer Series Paper Stack.
The image has been stamped in Early Espresso ink and then some light colouring added using Markers, and the circle layers cut with Framelits.
Thanks again to the ladies from the Just Add Ink team for having me along this month. Make sure you check out all the inspiration from the Design Team here.
In my previous post I promised to show you the card that I made which matched the gift cards, and I apologise for the delay, I have been quite unwell over the last little while. However, here it is:
These were made in exactly the same way as the gift cards, so a watercolour wash first for the background, then stamping the image from Moon Lake stamp set with black Memento Ink, and I have coloured in the image with Copics markers. I have also stamped the image without any colouring onto the envelope and also the inside of the card.
Just a quick Stampin’ Up! announcement for all of my lovely customers, regarding Blendabilities:
“We are experiencing a quality issue with our Blendabilities product line. Except for the Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad (item #132708) and the Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad Refill (item #133456), all other item numbers have been turned off; this includes Blendabilities Sale-A-Bration item numbers.”
If you are one of my customers with Blendabilities on backorder, please contact me. More information will be available next week.