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Challenge rules: 1. Follow the theme for the week 2. Link back to our challenge blog 3. Submit a direct link to your project, not just to your blog 4. You may enter up to 5 times 5. Have fun!!!6. Prizes must be claimed within 3 Weeks time.
Here I used two of Beccy’s digital stamps. This gorgeous Tree and the cute little bunny sitting under the tree. I used Xpress-it paper to print the stamps on. I set the tree to the back and the bunny to the front by right clicking on the image before printing, so it appears to be one stamp. Then I used my Copic Markers to color up the image. I then used a fancy die to cut the scene out. I then took a 4 x 6 card adhered some easter paper to it and popped the scene onto it. I cut out the sign using another fancy die and stamped it with the Happy Easter and used a Tim Holtz Distress ink color tea stain to liven it up.
I really LOVED coloring this digital stamp with my copic markers. Setting up the card was super simple. I stamped a tag with this great valentine message (sorry I can’t remember who makes it) and used a little clothespin to hold it on. I ran some ribbon down the left side and stuck a gold heart seal onto the bottom right. I used the gold seal on the envelope as well.
Let me know what you think and thank you for visiting my Blog!!
I used Copic Markers to color up the digital stamp
Then I cut out this very cool window and I free cut the curtains and wallpapered the background
Stamped the “Love Sucks!” that came with the digital stamp and die cut the sign out with one of my fancy dies from Stampin-Up. I stuck a brad into the card and hung the sign with a small piece of twine.
I love the way this card came out, simple but fun!!!!
This digital stamp is called “Ruby Prom” She was so much fun to color!!
I printed the digital stamp on X-Press It Blending white card stock, then I used Copic Markers to color her up. I cut her down to 2.5 x 5.5, then I cut a slightly bigger teal colored paper (3×6) and I used foam tape to pop her up. I added foam tape to the back of the teal cardstock and adhered it to that beautiful flowered paper, which I attached to a 5 x 7 card base. Then I just added 4 little flowers to the upper left corner. Oh ya I almost forgot, I added Nuvo glitter drops (Aquatic Mist) to the bottom of her dress and Ruby Slipper Nuvo glitter drops to the purse.
I really LOVE how she came out!!! Let me know if you have any questions 🙂
Here we have the Happy New Year digital stamp by The Paper Shelter. I had so much fun coloring her up with my Copic markers.
This is a 5 x 5 card base and the background is glitter pink paper. I fussy cut the entire right side of the stamp, so the background would really show.
Here is a little close up where you can see all the shading I did.
Inside the card I used this great dark and light pink striped paper. I used the same glitter paper to make the flag you see, which is holding the card upright.
Here is a side view so you can see what I did to form the stand up card. I stamped a second flag with “Sending you bunches of Love” and adhered it to the first flag, then I used form tape to pop it up.
I hope you like my card!!! Thanks for dropping by.
I have here the last posting for November exclusive from Oddball Art. I really hope you like it 🙂
The adorable little spider up on the left is adhered with a little bouncy thingy (sorry I forget what they are called) The whole card is 5×5 and I’m not sure if you can tell but I used a Wink of Stella all over the web.
I absolutely LOVE the Oddball Arts Digital stamp, they are so much fun!!!!!!
Here we have CCC77 “Hollow Heart” which is the free image you get for being a Creepy Cute Chronicles member!!!!
First I started with a 4×5 piece of card stock (I know it looks red here, but the color is actually a wine color). Then I took some thin black ribbon and just wound it around 5 times, gluing the ribbon on the back.
Then I took this black and white piece of paper and stuck them together 🙂
Then I printed out the Hollow Heart Digital stamp onto a piece of white card stock from Elizabeth Craft Designs. Then I cut out the heart using the die set below and colored it up with my Copic markers.