Saturday, January 30, 2010
You have to check out the new Mardi Gras images from Shirleys2Girls. They are so fun. I chose Zola and she is having a blast collecting all of those beads. I colored her with Copic Markers and added shine to the image using Stickles and Clear Snap Smooch. DP is from K&Co. and American Crafts. Cardstock is from American Crafts. I added Petaloo flowers and added color with my Copic Airbrush System. I used the sketch from Mojo Monday for my inspiration!
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I could not be more excited for the new release from Sassy Studio Designs! All the images are fabulous. I chose the "Queen of Hearts" for my card. I colored her with Copic Markers and highlighted her with a white opague pen. I used cardstock from PTI and American Crafts. DP is from K&Co. I cut out the crown from my Cricut machine. I added lots of bling using rhinestones and Stickles. I also used a Cuttlebug embossing folder and added highlights with a white stamp pad. Machine stitching is araound the main layer to add definition to the card and to bring in the color black into the design. I used the sketch from the Card Patterns Challenge for inspiration.
Make sure you check the other Sassy Studio Design DT members and see what sneak peeks they have in store for you. Also don't forget to sign up and play the Alice in Sassyland game on the new release day on Monday February 1st! You have until today at noon to sign up. There will be three winners!
Posted by Lisa at 7:39 AM
Friday, January 29, 2010
You may think that you fell down the rabbit hole when you see the new release from Sassy Studio Designs. All the images are inspired from Alice in Wonderland. My image is the "White Queen". I colored her with Copic markers. I added Stickles to my image. I highlighted the image with heat embossing using gold embossing powder. I added lots of rhinestones to make it sparkle. I used the sketch from Mercy's Tuesday Sketch for inspiration. Keep tuned form more new images from this new release.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Welcome to the Twisted Thursday Challenge from Shirleys2Girls. The challenge this week is a sketch and the twist is a "hint of chocolate".
These Indulgence images are wonderful! I really love the "My Friends" image from the new release from Shirleys2Girls. I colored the image with Copic markers and added Stickles and rhinestones to bling it up! I used K&Co. DP and PTI cardstock and ribbon. On the ribbon I added a key charm. Lots of sewing for definition of the card background.
Make sure to stop by the store and check out all the new images. But wait, also stop in to all the DT for some indulgent inspiration!
Posted by Lisa at 1:00 AM
The Pixie Dust Studio Challenge this week is a 3D Challenge. I chose the bunny from the sweet tooth new release. I colored her with Copic Markers. I used Basic Grey design paper and PTI cardstock and buttons. I made a notebook cover for a 5x7 notebook that I had cut in half. It is perfect for shopping lists or to put in your bag to write down notes. I can't wait to see what you create for the challenge this week. You would be amazed what a little magic and pixie dust will do!
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
I played along with the sketch challenge from 2 Sketches 4 U. I used the not yet released "Lady Marmalade" digital image from Sassy Studio Designs. I colored my Sassy Lady with Copic Markers and added some bling using Stickles and rhinestones. I used Spellbinders Label 1 for my die cuts and added machine stitching for definition. In the background I added a flourish die cut from Sizzix. The paper is from K&Co. and the cardstock is from American Crafts.
I had so much fun with the challenge this week!
Posted by Lisa at 6:23 AM
I used the "Bath" image from Shirleys2Girls Indulgence release. I colored this image with Copic markers. I used the sketch the Card Patterns Challenge to help me with my layout. I added lots of Stickes and pearls. DP is from K&Co. and the cardstock and ribbon are from PTI. I added a charm on the ribbon and used a Valentine's Martha Stewart border punch.
Posted by Lisa at 5:54 AM
Monday, January 25, 2010
The Fred, She Said challenge is to use the Fred, She Said store banner as an inspiration for a card. I love the Rosie with a Flower image. You know I love dogs. I had to use this cutie. I colored Rosie with Copic markers and placed her atop SEI Park Buddies Design paper. Cardstock is from PTI and Bazzil. I even used my Martha Stewart Halloween Fence (don't tell:) border punch. I added some distressing, paper piecing and pearls. Spellbinders classic circles and scallops were used to die cut Rosie and her coordinating cardstock.
Make sure to visit theFred, She Said Challenge Blog and link your card inspired by this challenge. To purchase this digital image and many others, visit the Fred, She Said Store!
I used the Sketch from The Sweetest Thing Challenge site for my card.
Posted by Lisa at 4:17 AM