It took three weeks to make but was well worth the time. My nurture girl was made with paperclay, then painted mainly with Fresco paints and the details/shading added with Pitt Pens.
Saturday, 10 February 2018
I am really pleased with how this fresh and modern card turned out using a freebie stamp for Craft Stamper magazine. I coloured them and layered them up with alcohol pens.
I am going to enter it into the following challenges:
Stamping Sensations: Flowers
Crafty Calendar Challenge: 2 or more layers
Wednesday, 31 January 2018
As we are on the last day of the month thought it was time to share some of my January projects here on my blog.
First up at the very start of the month I made some art journaling dice to help when you mojo fails you and you need a kickstart to your creativity.
I rolled just one of the dice and it landed on bird so here is what I decided to draw.
I have been working in both these journals for well over a year and thought it was high time I decorated the covers. They look much nicer on my shelf and I will definitely be decorating more of my journals as the year progresses.
And finally I share a sewing project I worked on throughout 2017 and put the finishing touches to it in the first week of January. I just love how many mindfulness quilt turned out...all my own design and very cosy. Been much used already!
How are everyone else’s January creative projects shaping up?
Thursday, 25 January 2018
The first Rudolph day of 2018 so time to start making some Christmas cards for my stash. I like to pace myself throughout the year and I do enjoy making them!
First up a card using a fabulous image by HobbyArt stamps.
I made the above card for the ABC Christmas challenge: B for birds
A new image by Stampendous called Santa Paws (bought it in The Stamp Man sale!]
This is a never been inked image which I bought last year!
Again I made this card for the ABC Christmas challenge: A for Antlers
And finally my favourite snowman image for the Anything Goes challenges over at: