Thursday, July 30, 2009
Saturday, July 25, 2009
For this, I used The Greeting Farm's Mermaid Anya, my most favorite double-sided cardstock EVER(!) that I can't remember who made it, and a chipboard "E". Anya is coloured using a combination of Copic Sketch markers, Atyou Spica markers, Bic Mark-Its and Sharpies... and some Doodlebug Sugar Coating on her tail. I also used the glitter on the "E", because you can never have too much sparkle! I stamped a circle from a Stampology set (I think) in Versamark on the plain black cardstock & clear embossed that, just for a little extra funkiness. I stuck it all together, and TA-DA! A quick, inexpensive & totally unique gift created in a whopping ten minutes!
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
See? Just a really simple interior pocket! As for the sentiment, it's from one of those cheap little Studio G sets from Michael's - although, it originally said 'So Totally Happy For You', which I thought was lame, so I whipped out the X-Acto knife and cut it out! (Wow, that sounds a little psycho...ah well, we've all got our moments!)
Ahhhhhh....I feel so much better having that posted - now it's complete!
Monday, July 20, 2009
Saturday, July 18, 2009
I used the Changito Coffee stamp by Stampendous, and colored him in with PrismaColor pencils. I also added a little bit of Glossy Accents to the mugs, and Doodlebug Lily White Flocking to his bunny slippers - love love love that stuff! As for the mugs, you can't really see the shine in the photo...but it's there!
Well, I'm being beckoned at by a 4-year-old... Guess we're off to go paint a Disney Princess picture now! Ciao!
Thursday, July 16, 2009
I colored him in with mostly Bic Mark-It permanent markers, but I also used Copic E00 (Skin White) for his face & hands, and dabbed on some Tim Holtz 'Old Paper' Distress Ink on his shirt. He's stuck on there with pop dots...What would I ever do without them?! Although you can hardly see it (because I take awful pictures), I randomly stamped the little skull image (that comes in the TGF 'Matey' set) with Versamark ink on the blue part of the card...and then finished it all up with a strip of paper from the DCWV 'RockStar' pad, and the little 'Happy Birthday' sentiment from I-don't-know-where. Ta-Daaaa... simple, but cute!