Thursday, 30 April 2009
I made my ATC using an Oasis goddess stamp - think she is called Persia, but not sure, I used Versamark ink and chalks, edged the ATC with green Chalk eyes, from the Peacock Queue, and finally added a red teardrop faux ruby on her forehead and coloured her headdress with gold ink. Why not visit One Powerful House and join in with this great challenge.
Monday, 27 April 2009
Sunday, 26 April 2009
I made this pleated card for a friend's birthday - also made the box for it to sit in. The buitterflies are peel-offs stuck onto acetate and coloured with peel off pens, stamp is Hero Arts and I also used my Fiskars border punch.. Apart from the name tag which I stuck on the card, it could be used as a general card for any lady who likes a bit of lace.
Friday, 24 April 2009
I made this ATC for a private swap group I belong to, and thought it would be perfect for this challenge, since it took minutes to make. I stamped a white ATC background card with red accents, added the Googled image, coloured her hat with red felt tip and red glitter glue, added a red and white embellishment to the bottom of the ATC, and bingo - finished ..One Powerful Hour is the place to go to check out all the black backgrounds, some awesome pieces of art !!
Monday, 20 April 2009
TMTA has a lovely challenge this week, there is a link over on their blog for you to learn how to do it. It involves alcohol ink on clear acetate. I used Stream, Lettuce and Wild Plum inks, plus a few faux jewels and flowers for embellishment.
Thursday, 16 April 2009
Monday, 13 April 2009
This challenge is used quite often, and most people use beautiful women, or pretty little girls as their images. Since I stamp most of my challenges, I thought of a totally different take on this theme - hope you like it. The Rubber Stampede pear was inked with Verdigris and Pheasant Gold and edged with Burnt Copper from a ColorBox set, and the eyes were in my stash. Pop over to Think Monday Think ATC and check out all the gorgeous EYES.
Saturday, 11 April 2009
Fabulous challenge today at SaWo pop over to see the gorgeous creations using this fabulous, easy technique, there is also a link on how to do the Fossil Stone backgrounds on their blog. I made two ATC's using Peeled Paint and Worn Lipstick Distress Inks, and just a few embellishments. On the Chinese one, I used Peeled Paint and a touch of navy blue and just two stamped images because I loved the background. Enlarge them to see the detail.
Friday, 10 April 2009
Pop over to Thank God it's Friday this week, if you want to find out about Zettiology. I love the word, never heard of it before mind, so I went to have a look see - and I loved it, since I don't have any of the stamps for this project, I have made my own ATC in similar style - I used part of a Hampton Arts stamp, and Clarity stamps.
Thursday, 9 April 2009
You can double click on any of the pictures to see them in more detail..
I've been having a lovely time recently, painting. I have mixed gouache, H2o's and Marvy and Whispers pens, so lots of different painting and colouring mediums - I stamped the images first with Black Stazon and then set to with my colours - hope you like them!! All I have to do now, is add a greeting here and there, and voila !!