Today at A Day For Daisies the design team has chosen some of their favorite love images from the ADFD Store to showcase the “Love” challenge. The inspiration for this challenge is this great collage.
My card today uses Mr. Right, a vintage image featuring an in love couple. I started with Copic Markers, added a bit of watercolor pencil, and finished off with Art Anthology “Splash” which is a dimensional paint that is transparent and sparkly. I then embossed the whole image with a We R Memory Keepers folder, used a few My Favorite Things Die’s, added a sentiment from the new Hero Arts kit, and cut out the card base with a Spellbinders scallop die.
Hello friends! Happy Monday! I’m here with sketch #135 at From The Heart Stamps. These are great challenges because you can use just the sketch, or if you’d like, add the twist. The only requirement is that you use a From The Heart image and the sketch. The rest is up to you. The twist for this challenge is to add nature.I used only the sketch this week. My image is called, “Chocolate Box Birdbrain” which I colored with Copic Markers. I used My Favorite Things flag and circle dies and Lawn Fawn Border Dies. My paper is “love me” by My Minds Eye.
It’s Saturday and that means it’s time for a Sketch Saturday challenge. This week we are sponsored by Bunny Zoe Crafts who is offering a 10 pound gift certificate to their online store for our random winner! You have until Friday, January 22nd to enter your card for a chance to win.
The sketch this week is:
Now, for some inspiration. Today I’ve used a Saturated Canary image called “First Snow.” You can get more images like this at Bunny Zoe Crafts. I colored this cutie with Copic markers and used Our Daily Bread 6 x 6 design paper. My snowflakes are from a Close To My Heart set which I heat embossed in silver.
I can’t wait to see what you create!
Hello friends! Happy Monday! I’m here with Sketch #128 at From The Heart Stamps. These are great challenges because you can use just the sketch, or if you’d like, add the twist. The only requirement is that you use a From The Heart image. The rest is up to you. The twist for this challenge is to use your favorite color.I used both the sketch and the twist this week. My favorite color is Red! For my image, I used, “Peeking Snowman” which I fussy cut to use as the circle element in the sketch.
The paper used is “Winter Wonderland by My Minds Eye.” I colored the image with Copic Markers and added a sentiment from the paper pack.
I hope you’ll join us for the sketch this week at From The Heart Stamps.
It’s Friday and time for more November Club Kit goodness at A Day For Daisies! In addition, we are still running the “Add Texture” challenge so I sure hope you’ll pop by the ADFD Blog by November 18th at noon to enter your card for a chance to win some free images!
For my Design Team inspiration, I chose “Flying Fairy Sweet” to color for you today. I used Copic Markers in E04, E02, R12, R01, E43, E42, and E41. The background is colored with markers and
To create texture, I used a used a We R Memories Keepers embossing folder and added distress ink in Tea Dye. My paper pad is “Fancy That” by My Minds Eye.
Happy Saturday! Today’s new Sketch Saturday challenge is sponsored by Milk Coffee who is offering the randomly chosen winner 5 images from their site! How generous! You have until Friday, October 9th for a chance to win.
Here’s the sketch:
For my card I chose Milk Coffee’s Lisbeth and Balloon, which I colored with Copic Markers and used the My Minds Eye “Collectible” paper pack. The sentiment is My Favorite Things cut out on one of their label dies. The card base die is Simon Says Stamp.
I can’t wait to see what you come up with using the new Sketch Saturday Sketch!
It’s Friday and time for a new release at A Day For Daisies! In addition, we are still running the “Photo Inspiration” challenge so I sure hope you’ll pop by the ADFD Blog by October 8th at noon to enter your card for a chance to win some free images!
For my Design Team inspiration, I chose “Little Witches Wing” to color for you today. I used Copic Markers in my favorite purple combination of V09, V06, V05 and V01. I also used the cool grays for shades of black and YR04, YR07, YR09 for my oranges. The background is a combination of Y38, Y15 and Y04 mixed with 91% alcohol in a water brush.
I cut my image with a Lifestyle Crafts scallop die and distressed the edges with Antique Linen distress ink. My bat is from a Paper Smooches die, my sentiment from My Favorite Things, and the paper is a My Minds Eye paper pack called, “Enchanted.”
It’s Friday and time for a new release at A Day For Daisies! In addition, we are still running the “Frame” challenge so I sure hope you’ll pop by the ADFD Blog by September 24th at noon to enter your card for a chance to win some free images!
For my Design Team inspiration, I chose “Mucha Style Flowers Wild Poppy” to color for you today. I used Copic Markers in vivid reds of R05, R24 and R46. The stem is YG67. To create dimension, I took a pencil and curled the edges of my fussy cut image and popped that up with foam tape.
I cut the Memory Box vase out of Tim Holtz “Mirror” paper and popped that up over a My Favorite Things Stitched die. My paper is a combination of Glitz “Black & White” and My Minds Eye “Everyday Basics.” My sentiment and banner are from Simon Says Stamp and white heat embossed.
Happy Saturday! Today’s new Sketch Saturday challenge is sponsored by our own Niki who is offering a special prize package for our random winner. Thanks Niki! You have until Friday, September 11th for a chance to win.
Here’s the sketch:
For my card I used a previous Simon Says Stamp card kit stamp set called, “Watt’s Up.” The paper collection is “Sunny” from My Minds Eye. I stamped the light bulb with Simon Says Stamp “Fog” ink and embellished with Wink of Stella Pen. The sun rays are stamped with Hero Arts Butter Bar and the whole card is edged using Antique Linen Distress ink.
I hope you will join in our challenge this week and we look forward to see how you used the new Sketch Saturday Sketch!
Happy Weekend! It’s time for a new Send a Smile 4 Kids challenge celebrating Clean & Simple cards 4 Kids. Joining us today are more really great sponsors offering generous prizes to our winners. You have until Friday, August 21st to enter.
I also wanted to remind you that Send a Smile 4 Kids is growing by adding more hospitals and more volunteers to take your donated cards. We hope that after you enter the challenge you consider sending your cards to SAS4Kids for children in need. Check out how.
Now, let’s get on to those sponsors:
1) Bugaboo – Offering a 7 images of winners choice
2) Lacy Sunshine – offering 3 images of winners choice
3) Kitchen Sink Stamps – offering a $25.00 Gift Certificate to Store
Now how about some inspiration? My first card uses Bugaboo’s “Rock Star Boy.” I admit, Clean & simple is not the easiest for me so I got a little rambunctious with my star embellishments which I cut from My Favorite Things dies. The flames are also from MFT and part of a rock n’ roll die set with a guitar.
My next card is from Lacy Sunshine called, “Eleanor & Pickles Back to School.” I colored her with Copic Markers and cut her out with a Spellbinders die. The sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp “To Thine Own Shelf.” This example is more in the Clean & Simple style.
Thanks for stopping by Send a Smile 4 Kids and playing along in our Clean & Simple 4 Kids challenge! We can’t wait to see what you come up with.