Wednesday, March 11, 2015

TSOT #209

Hello, Hello! I totally forgot that I had to post this card, we had a public holiday here on Monday, so I'm so mixed up! Any way, here is my card for this weeks Try Stampin' On Tuesday.


I am loving this flower stamp from Indescribable Gift. I embossed the image onto vellum in white, then turned it over and coloured with my blendabilities. I used my dies to create some frames in wild wasabi, and covered them with wink of Stella. Then I finished with some ribbon which I had cut down. I love how soft and pretty the flowers look using this way of colouring.

And here's the sketch for this week from yours truly!


Now over to you - I hope you can join us this week!

Thanks for looking

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Try Stampin' On Tuesday #207

Hello, hello! It's time again for another sketch over at Try Stampin' On Tuesday. I thought I had this already scheduled, grr - technogy. This weeks sketch is from myself and I love how quickly this came together.



I used the Sale-a-Bration designer series paper Best Year Ever and boy is this beautiful! I'm loving all the colours in this paper.

So now over to you, it's fantastic seeing what you create and how you use the sketch :)

Thanks for looking xx

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

TSOT #205

Hello! I'm flying by to post this card I created for Try Stampin' On Tuesday.
I took this sketch and used it very loosely, but hey, that's what a sketch is for right - to spark our creativeness? Well that's what I went with ;)

I coloured my image in melon mambo and wild wasabi blendabilities and the beautiful stamp set is Indescribable Gift.

Here's the sketch:


We hope you will be able to join us this week :)
Thanks for looking

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Congrats!

Hi again! I know - dont fall off your seats - 2 posts in a week - WHAT!

Any ways :) Here's another card from my watercolouring session.


I used melon mambo, crushed curry and bermuda bay inks and the sentiment is from 'Your perfect day'. I actually cut this stamp set up as I really loved the 'Congrats' sentiment and would use it a lot more than the full sentiment and I'm lazy, so trimming it is easier than masking it every time ;)

So tell me, do you ever trim your stamps to suit your crafting? 

Thanks for looking xx

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Thank You

Hi! If you follow me on instagram then you would have seen a sneak peek of this card.
This last week I've been playing around with my inks and watercolour paper and creating all sorts of gorgeous background papers.

With this card I decided to also use the bokeh technique. If you havent heard of it, try it! It is essentially taking a background and sponging circles in various shapes in white ink.


I have used melon mambo, bermuda bay, crushed curry inks to create my background and the sentiment is from Stampin' Up! Hostess stamp set 'Let your hair down.'

If you have any questions let me know and thanks for looking :)