Thursday, August 26, 2010
I used MelJens new release image "Ride Em Cowgirl" and colored it with Copic Markers. I used up some DP from my stash and cardstock from PTI. I added a ribbon, dimentionals, a tag, and a metal rivet.
I used the Sweet Stop sketch challenge for inspiration. There was a twist on the sketch this week of "Back to School". I also participated in the Belli challenge of using up some of my old metal embellishments.
Make sure you check out all the wonderful creations by the DT using these images! You can purchase these fabulous images and others from MelJen's Designs at the Whimsy Site.
Posted by Lisa at 6:30 AM
The Pixie Dust Studio Challenge this week is to use stitching. The stictching can be either by hand, by machine, or faus. I chose the Frankie image. I colored my image with Copic Markers. I used some new DP paper from Echo Park and PTI cardstock. I added four metal brads from my stash and colored them with my Copics. I also added some ribbon and dimentionals. I used the sketch challenge at Sweet Sketch Wednesday to inspire my card. I also participated in the Belli Challenge of using up forgotten metal embellishments. Make sure to check out all of the other DT members for inspiration. I cannot wait to see what you make for the challenge! You would be amazed what a little magic and pixie dust will do!
Posted by Lisa at 6:00 AM
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
I am so honored and excited to be a part of Elisabeth Bell's Digital Design team. As well as being supremely talented Elisabeth Bell is an Arizonian:) I used her digi stamp called "Ginnie, Gliding with Butterflies". I colored my image with Copic Markers. I used DP from my stash and cardstock from PTI. I used the Tuesday Morning Sketches sketch for inspiration for my card. I also participated in the Beli challenge by using one of my old metal embellishments on my card. I added a metal jeweled brad in the center of my beaded flower. I have hoarded these flowers forever and I definately needed a push and the perfect image to use them with.
You can purchase your Elisabeth Bell Digital stamps here. Make sure to also visit her page on facebook!
Posted by Lisa at 12:19 PM