I stamped and coloured three of the mummies with my Copic markers, then pulled out my Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolours to make some festive backgrounds. I mounted my image with pop dots, added one of the sentiments that comes in the set, and stitched 1/4" in from the edge with some black thread (always a little nerve wracking, one slip and it's toast!). Here's a slightly different version:
I can't escape the fact that I'm a patterned paper fan... so with my last image I did the busier version:
I hope you're enjoying some Halloween crafting time! Be sure to join our current challenge on the blog "Create a Scene". Happy stamping!
Copics used: C3, C1, YR18, YR16, YR15, YR12, Y35, Y11, G43, G40
I've had these wonderful school themed papers for a while, and I made a bunch of geometric shapes to place behind her, as well as the cute little ruler that comes with the set. The ruler & sentiment are adhered with pop dots:
On this card I did a little zig zag stitching with my sewing machine, made the sentiment into a speech bubble, and adhered it with pop dots:
I was able to get five cards made today... but can only post this one, until my daughter's birthday later this month. I love this month's VLV Sketch - a good classic card design, which can be used so many ways. So here is the latest Verve digi set Coffee Please, and some older Doodlebug papers:
Oh my, these are the cutest little elf images from the most recent High Hopes release! I couldn't resist making them into card kits with some wonderful traditional red & green papers. Here isCard Kit #19 with Elvin Eldar RR014 and Sm Christmas Script F051:
And here is my favourite - Card Kit #20 using Alvin Elvin RR010 with Have your Elf H094 as the sentiment:
These kits have me feeling so festive! Each kit contains card bases, envelopes, rubber stamps and all of the cut pieces shown here to put together four identical cards as shown. A full colour instruction sheet is included along with Copic marker colour suggestions - although you can colour them with whatever medium & colours that you choose. The instructions also include all of the cut measurements so that you can make more cards using whatever papers you have on hand. The best part? You'll have four cards made up in no time, and the stamps are yours to keep. You'll see all six of the current card kits here in the One Crazy Stamper online store. Stay tuned... I *may* be working on some new ones! Happy stamping!
I have some fun Skeleton cards to share today - these are a new line of interactive cards by Art Impressions called "Wiggle Wobbles". The sets include stamps, dies, an Action Wobble and brads to make a fun wobbly skeleton. Here is Skeleton Wiggle Wobble (Sku #4952):
The set comes with the torso, arm, leg, apendage, hat and bowtie stamps and their matching dies, and the sentiment stamp. It may look like a lot to put together, but this particular Wiggle Wobble didn't require a lot of colouring! So after stamping and quickly adding a touch of colour, I die cut all the pieces and assembled them with the brads included in the kit. This was my first attempt at a Distress Oxide ink background - and I quite like how it turned out!
For these two cards, I pulled out my Kuretake Gansai Tambei watercolours, which have such bold pigment - making for some fun, bright, painted creations.
For two of the cards, I stitched around the outside with some black thread, and I mounted all of the sentiments with pop darts. After my skeletons were all assembled, they are each adhered to the cards with a Mini Action Wobble, so when you give them a little flick, they wiggle and wobble all over.
There are five Wiggle Wobble sets available now on the Ai website, head over to the Ai blog to see what the rest of the Design Team has to share with you. Our current challenge on the blog is "Jiggle a Little" - we want to see your cards with movement!