Sunday, 31 January 2010

Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge #16

Hi, Welcome to my blog I hope you're having a lovely weekend.

The challenge this week at Mo's Digital Pencil is Shades of Grey. Pop over there and have a look, the team have done some amazing samples. I love Elaine's, its so inspirational.

I wasn't really sure if you could use any other colour but after looking at the samples I thought it would be ok to colour her skin. I settled with her hair without too much shading as I didn't want her to look grey. It's not a colour I use for children's hair so I'm not that good.

  • Card Ingredients
  • Mo's Digital Image Karate Girl with computer sentiments
  • Copic and Promaker pens
  • Easel style base card
  • Dark grey bazzil
  • Dovecraft designer paper charcoal prints which was plain I used Magnolia swirl stamp with Versafine smokey grey ink.
  • Nestabilities plain and scalloped square and rectangle
  • Anita's ribbon
  • Punched circles for faux brads.
Thank you so much for looking.
Love Cherie //*.*\\

Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Challenge #15 Mo's Digital Pencil

Hi Everyone welcome to my blog,
The challenge at Mo's Digital Pencil is to use a colour combo or as near to it as you can.
I love Mo's images because they are so good to colour and you can size them however you want to suit your project, which was what I had to do because the first one I coloured was too large!

As this is only my second post it's taking longer to do than the card, so please be patient if it sounds like an auto cue. Hubby says I will get faster with more practice so any tips folks will be greatfully received.

This scene is very common for me and my two years and ten month old grandaughter. She has had quite a few these in the past few weeks.

There are two girls and two boys all in different strops but just as cute, which you can get as a single image or as a set.

  • Base card is 15cm x15cm and landscape opening.
  • I coloured my image with copic and promarker pens which are fine with the inkjet printer ink.
  • The lovely cute paper is from Dovecraft, I used another sheet to cut out the teddies to raise them and the coloured card from The Paper Mill in York.
  • Die cut pin is sizzix sizzlet.
  • Tag was computer words
Thank you so much for looking I hope you drop in again soon.
Love Cherie

Saturday, 23 January 2010

Edwin and Tilda Skating

Hi, Thank you for calling at my blog. I have been considering joining blog world for a while but have been too nervous to take the plunge up to now.
My time has been very limited as I look after my two youngest grandchildren whom I adore but also adore getting into my craft space and being creative. I didn't know if I would be able to maintain it on a regular basis. After Easter they will both be in nursery every morning so guess where I will be!!!!!
Anyway enough about me lets talk about what we all love. I really wanted to enter challenges
so this is my first one.
  • Items for the card
  • Bazzil bling base card
  • Forever Friends paper and computer words
  • Image. Tilda and Edwin Skating coloured with copics
  • Background stamps Art Impressions with Marvy La Plume markers
  • Reindeer Do Crafts
  • Punched snowflakes and brads
  • Art glitter glue and crystal glitter