Thursday, October 30, 2014

Feeling Sketchy card challenge #106

Hello !

We have a new challenge on the Feeling Sketchy blog today :


As I wasn't able to print digis from our sponsor Aurora Wings before the end of the month, I decided to go for a digi card !


So no materials list this time, just some ideas to go with the sketch...

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Another way to stencil

Hello everybody !

Let's play with stencils and different mediums today ! First the layout...


If you know me a little, you have spotted the K&Company paper for the background...
Let's take a closer look :


What is this white pattern ? It's the bamboo stencil by Prima Marketing used with...white gel pen !
I just outline the pattern of the stencil with the pen and filled it with the same pen. OK, my Sakura white gel pen is dead. He was a good friend and I will miss him so much...

What else ?
Leaves stamp by Autumn Leaves with Colorbox ink, Mister Huey's turquoise ink spray, I Am Roses flowers and metal charms from Istanbul...

What about the layering papers ?
Scales stencil by Prima with medium gel and Miser Huey' ink, acrylic stamp By Prima Marketing with green paint and golden flakes, faded dots stencil by Tim Holtz with dark blue Colorbox ink, Inkadinkado stamp with Colorbox ink.


The title was print and fussy cut, and adhere with adhesive foam squares for the final touch.
The sketch #119 from Sketchabilities inspired me for the design of this layout.

Hope you like my different ways of using stencil in this layout.
Wishing a good day !

Monday, October 27, 2014

Almost steampunk birthday card

I made this card last month for a friend of mine who loves dragon. I couldn't resist to this cute little one by Sureya I found on deviantart. I really love this artist, and I have more coloring to come... But for now, let's take a look at Yuki and Danger :


You can maybe recognize a K&Company paper, DCWV adhesive Stack in brown, I Am Roses flowers and leaves, vintage photo distress ink by Tim Holtz, Copic markers, and free sentiment stamps from a UK card magazine.

I really love how it turns, especially the hair. I was going for a steampunk look, but finally end with a cute look...Never mind...

I wish you a good week and a lovely Monday !

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Prima Marketing shabby layout

Hi !

Still writing from the mountain, where we had a great summery day yesterday, and snow this morning !

I have a shabby layout to share, made with mostly Prima Marketing products :


For once, you cannot find bright colors in this layout. The shabby style seems perfect for this lovely picture of my first newborn.
I used a 12x12 sheet of embossed chipboard (Prima), with papers (Fairy Belle collection), flowers and stamps (Prima), with gesso and pink paint, Vintega photo distress ink by Tim Holtz, leaves by I Am Roses, a pearled pin and laces by Maya Road. The title was cut with my Cricut.


You can see also metal embellishments from Istanbul and some pearl flourish by Want2Scrap. Take a good look at the embossed chipboard (above), I did highlighted the embossed pattern with a pink Copic marker.



Another close-up on the stamp work.


We just had a wonderful walk into the woods yesterday, gathering mushrooms with a beautiful and warm sun !
Stay put, I maybe will have snow fight pictures soon...

Monday, October 20, 2014

Bo Bunny chinese birthday card

Hello everyone !

I'm writing from my beloved mountain today ! In France, children have 2 weeks vacations every 8 weeks ! Crazy... Crazy weather too with 80F this week end, and snow coming for Wednesday !

Anyway, I want to show you a chinese birthday card I made a while ago, with the Bo Bunny's Serenity collection :


I love this sentiment !
The flower are printed  and cut Sakura, and the branch is hand drawed.

I hope you have a great Indian summer too ! See you soon !

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

A layout for the CMS challenge #72

Another great color challenge today with Color-Me-Scrappy !


As the twist was to include some wood, I choose to have a wood background from the Miss Caroline collection by My Mind's Eye. In fact I use only items from this collection in my layout : paper, stickers, stamp (see the colored roses on the right corner of the pictures ?). I really love this collection, but my stash of it is shrinking...


I hope I gave you some inspiration to play in this new challenge. Don't hesitate to take a look at the DT's creations for some more and come play with us !

Feeling Sketchy card challenge #105

Enough with fall colors (at least for today) ! I want blue skies and pink flowers ! And I will gave you these colors in the new card I made for the Feeling Sketchy challenge #105 !



Take a look a the sketch, you can see some differences...



I flip the sketch, the arrowhead is now a ribbon end and I have 3 flowers instead of one and 2 circles. But you can see the sketch, can you ?

You maybe recognize the paper's collection I used : Miss Caroline by MME. The sentiment's stamp is from the same collection. Flowers by I Am roses.

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Hope to see you soon on the Feeling Sketchy blog !