Today I felt like colouring with my Inktense pencils, Mr Mojo has been long gone and I’ve cleaned and tidied as much as I want of my room, so I finally sat down to colour. It’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to colour this Purple Onion Designs image and she really is soo sweet. I kept the card real clean & simple, added some sparkle and called it done. I decided to film as I created so you could watch the process.
Hope you had fun today, I’ll be back again real soon, Hugs,
Other Supplies: Inktense Pencils – Carmine Pink / Ink Black / Indian Ink / Charcoal Grey / Mid Vermilion / Sienna Gold / Cadmium Yellow / Iron Blue / Green Aquamarine / Teal Green / Felt Green / Spring Green / Light Olive / Mustard. Distress Inks – Old Paper / Bundled Sage / Fossilized Amber.
Catching up on some publication shares and I had so much fun making this card, but I gotta say that it took me a while to get here. I knew I wanted to use the small frame stamp from Purple Onion Designs… but then it got a bit squidgy…. then I remembered this card that I made and it was easy from then on, although this one is a little brighter.
Thanks for visiting, I’ll be back tomorrow with another video (By Request).
Other Supplies: Copics – 0. Y11,21,38. T0. R22,05. B11,13.
I love flowers on a Mother’s Day card, I know it’s predictable but isn’t that okay, especially when they are as stunning as these Magnolias from Altenew! I decided it was time to get out my Inktense pencils again and my colouring was inspired by Marika and if you haven’t visited her before I suggest that you click right HERE she is amazing!
I was lucky enough to have this card published recently in the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine.
I know my post is a few hours early but that’t because I have two more posts going live tomorrow and I didn’t want to bombard you lol. Have a fabulous day everyone, eat lots of chocolate and enjoy time to smell the flowers! Also BIG hugs to you Mum, love you loads (from your favourite… wink) xx
Other Supplies: Inktense Pencils – Sienna Gold, Sicilian Yellow, Sherbet Lemon, Dark Chocolate, Saddle Brown. Prismacolor Pencil – French Grey 70%. SBB Cardstock – Smoke. Silver rhinestones.
I haven’t had a chance to make a card for way too long now, it’s been a very social month here and while you are reading this I am off camping at the beach, so fingers crossed the weather is kind. I am definitely having crafty withdrawals, but do have a card to share. It’s a publication for the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine, this vellum is so nice (I accidentally bought the wrong one) it has these fab flecks in it!
See you again soon, with some TAWS goodness, until then I’m hanging out in the sun at the beach. Hugs
Today is a sad day for me as it’s my last post with the DT with Purple Onion Designs. So I would just like to say a big thank you to Michele, you are incredible and have a fantastic and supportive team and I know I will continue to be inspired by all of you.
For my final card I knew it had to involve some flowers and these little Blooms are stunning, so I kept it very clean & simple.
Having some fun at Purple Onion Designs and today I make a patchwork card out of a house! I’m obviously loving this cute Love Bug set but I did have to add a couple of sequins & sprinkles for a bit of sparkle.
I made these cards months ago as they were for a publication call with the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine, but I think they are my favourite Chrissy cards for this year. I really like the simplicity of the first and then the bokeh colours, well they kinda make me smile, especially with the shimmer of the sequins. I hope that today you find a smile and get to spend some time with some fun people and of course eat-a-plenty!
(For this call we had to make a card that had two versions one that was simple and easy to reproduce and a more complex version for special friends & family)
Hope you have a wonderful day, whatever it is that you are doing,