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Ria
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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Forget Me Not - Jane's view

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Today is my day to showcase and image from Sweet Pea Stamps and I have chosen to work with the beautiful image 'Forget Me Not'  by Rachel Anderson which is available from the Sweet Pea Store in  digi format.

I started adding my text to the image before printing, there is another wee bit to the text which is not shown here and is used on a mount later on.  Next I coloured the image with Faber Castell Polychromes pencils.
 After cutting all my mats on my die cutter I set to work on completing the topper text section.
 With the basic bits now all done it was time to assemble. I started by embossing the two square mats with an Embossilicious folder.  The blue mat was attached to the card.  The white one had lace applied and then was also glued to the card.  The digi section had a string of iridescent pearls glued round the edge and then I placed this on the oval blue mount.  For the inside of the card I used Spellbinders Scalloped Square and then I cut eight Tattered Lace Doily Coners, four for the inside of the card and four for the outside.


Ingredients:-
  • Image -  'Forget Me Not'  by Rachel Anderson
  • Colouring Medium - Faber Castell Polychromes pencils
  • Dies - Square and Oval dies by me, Spellbinders Scalloped Squares and Tattered Lace Doily Coners
  • From my Stash - lace, pearls and bow
Thank you for stopping by today and hope you have a happy crafting time ahead of you :) xx

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Mitzi Sato-Wiuff's Poppy Sprite - by Angelique

Good morning everyone,
Hope you're all enjoying your weekend.
Here the weather is wet and grey, so a perfect day to spend crafting

I've been workin on my sprite mini album and am ready to show you my next 2 pages using


MATERIALS:
Blanc mini album (diy), green cardstock, design papers, distress markers/inks, glitter glue, foam tape, distress ink pads, distress tool


I've coloured this Poppy Sprite with distress inks and added some glitters here and there


On the other side of the page I've used a rose glitter sticker, stuck it onto cardstock and cut it out.
Placed it with some foam tape to make it pop out more


We have a verry nice and friendly group on facebook and we would love to see your make with any of the Sweet Pea Stamps.

I hope you enjoyed my project
See you again next week
Huggsss, Angelique

Friday, March 27, 2015

Featured Artist Mitzi Sato-Wiuff, Little Miss Mushroom

Here's an awesome image from Sweet Pea artist Mitzi Sato-Wiuff.  This image is called Little Miss Mushroom.  Isn't she just darling?  I did this card up in bright spring colors and added a simple sentiment "Celebrate the everyday." I know now that we have moved from some dreaded winter weather to the nice everyday 60-70 degree weather that I am definitely doing that.

This week on the Sweet Pea Blog all the design team members are creating cards using images from Mitzi, so drop by over there to see lots of creations using her image or go to the facebook Sweet Pea Stamps Friends and Fans page where we all share cards, have fun contests and chat daily.

Cheers, Holley

Artist Of The Month, Nataliya's View

Hello. Here is my post as DT at Sweet Pea Stamps.  This month our  Artist of the Month is Mitzi Sato Wiuff.
For my project i picked one of her gorgeous Sprites images. This one call "Dandelion sprite". So, so cute! I colored image with Inks and pencils.

 Here is my cute felt Dandelions flowers, that i made. And just a splash of color by adding ladybugs.


I used MS punch, to make a border on the side of my card, and some corner punch and dies. 
Have a nice day all.
Nataliya

Thursday, March 26, 2015

'Little Shepard' Christmas cards - Tera

 Hallo,
   A batch of sweet and simple Christmas cards for you today - when I am running out of time and still haven't finished all the cards I need to send I turn to a simple layout and a sweet image like this one from Sweet Pea Stamps called 'Little Shepard' by Aurora Wings.
  I colored him several different ways with prismacolor pencils (love trying out all the different color combinations) and then cut him out with a die cut and edged the panel with a gold metallic pen.
  For the first card he was printed out a bit smaller than the rest and then layered to an embossed background with snowflakes, and I added some gold corner stickers.
  For the rest I layered them to the base cardstock that had been embossed with 'Merry Christmas' and then I added a bit of glitter to the embossed part.
   All for today - Take Care
       Tera




Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Artist of the week: Mitzi Sato-Wiuffs Dandelion Sprite by Janine



Hello Hello,

How are you doing, do you enjoy the new stamps in store?
i do!

But not talking about that..its Artist of the week and we as a team going to show you all kinds of stamps with Mitzi Sato-Wiuff

I choose a spring image called Dandelion Sprite


Not a card this time..I decided to pimp a paperbag for some presents

I colored the image with my distress markers




I hope you enjoy the week of the artist

Always Do Your Own Thing



Colored with Alcohol markers and colored pencils.
By Terry Quinn






Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Mitzy Sato Wiuff- Spiderworth Spryte by Ria....


I love this cute Spiderworth Spryte by Mitzy Sato Wiuff rubberstamp. But then I almost love all Mitzy's stamps hahahaha but then I don't believe we carry any stamp I don't like at Sweet Pea Stamps hahahaha. So here is my early morning colouring that I did a couple weeks ago.
I coloured her with a combination of Stylefile markers, Copics and Spectrum Nior markers and I enhanced her face and the leaves with pencils.

This is the card that I created with her. I also used this cute sentiment from Sweet Pea Stamps.

I hope you enjoyed my view on Spiderworth Spryte :)
hugs Ria

Monday, March 23, 2015

Artist of the Week - Mitzi Sato Wiuff - Sande's view






Hello all you lovely crafters!

Sande here with you today showing a DT creation of mine. 
This time I have made a altered paper bag by using this super cute image from our Artist of the Week
  Mitzi Sato-Wiuff called "Poppy Sprite".

 You can find this Beauty at the Sweet Pea Stamps store 
as a rubber stamp only.  

There is much more fabulous images at Sweet Pea Stamps so don't forget to pop over!
Hope you'll get some inspiration here and create something great!

Don't forget to come back every day and see other DT's outstanding creations!
Hugs, Sande xx

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Artist Week - Poppy Sprite - Jane's view

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Today is my day to showcase and image from Sweet Pea Stamps and this week is Artist Week where the whole team are working with the wonderful images by Mitzi Sato-Wiuff.   I have chosen to work with the beautiful image Poppy Sprite  by which is available from the Sweet Pea Store as a rubber stamp.

I started by colouring the image with Promarkers, I do find red such a hard colour to work with but have to admit, I had great fun with this image :)
Next I moved onto my mount.  You know when you find some fabulous paper, buy it and then never use it, well today I decided it was time to cut into a a gorgeous paper I bought about 5 years ago and just have not had the heart to use until now. It has such a beautiful red flocking on it and oooooo so tactile.  Those who know me also know I love tactile card lol.  On the opposite diagonal I backed my card with some ruby red paper and then added red lace on top.  To cover the join of the two areas I added some ribbon.
What other embellishment could be used with the gorgeous Poppy Sprite but poppies.  I don't have a poppy die and although I did design some I ended up using the Pansy die from Sizzix and the stemmed centre is from a Marianne Craftables die. The centre of each petal was air-brushed with a Crimson Promarker.
 I needed a bit more black on the card to link up to the the Poppy Sprite underskirt so used another Marianne Design die - branch.  I then used ultra fine black glitter to on the tops of three black brads for the centres of the flowers.  Sorry they are not in the picture, they were to one side drying lol.
To assemble the card I embossed and cut a couple of circles which I mounted the fussy cut digi on.  A small type black peel off birthday sentiment was then place on the red circle.  A doily was then placed behind this grouping and attached to the card.  The finished poppies and leafy branch were then place on the mount and the mount attached to the card.  For the inside, a couple of basic squares using the red paper left over from the poppies and some of the base colour card and a black branch just to bring it all together.




Ingredients:-
  • Image - Poppy Sprite by Mitzi Sato-Wiuff
  • Colouring Medium - Promarkers
  • Dies - Spellbinders Circles and Squares, Sizzix Pansy and Marianne Craftables Branch
  • From my Stash - flock paper, lace, brads, ultra fine glitter, ribbon, doily and peel off Birthday sticker.
Thank you for stopping by today and hope you have a happy crafting time ahead of you :) xx