This beauty is another from my favorite Ching Chou Kuik. Her wings are drawn so beautifully! I made the image stick out a big by 3 coats of ultra thick embossing powder in clear. I love the dimension it gives the image.
Today we welcome our guest designer, Nataliya Simpson. You may remember her as the recent Stamp Off winner with her gorgeous array of cards and altered box. For her first submission she has created this adorable card using the Little Daisy image from the Karen Middleton collection, Plate #114.
To colour my image i used copic markers, watercolour markers, and used some chalk for the grass and the sky.
I aAdded gold micro beads to the flowers on the image. I made my own beads embellishments, and left top corner flower.
Papers on my card is from Michael's store. I used blue and orange ribbons ( I don't know if you can see them), and added dabble bow, with pretty brad. And I love glitter, and added little bit of shimmer pen to daisy's hair.
Hi everyone! Hope you all are having some great and beautiful summer days!!:)
I want to share one of my card with you today...so here it is:)
This time I have played with one of my new DT stamps from Sweet Pea calledLunaFairy,byJoanneSchemppcollection.ItCanrequestfound onsheet 3, plate # 142.
I'm totally i love with this gorgeous image, soit'sone ofmy"topfavorites"now!:)
I have colored her with Prisma Premier pencils, and added some glitter-Star Dust, on her wings!
I've also painted the design paper, from Melissa Frances, and on the flowers with white Gesso.
A heart-charm, and a little pearlhasbeen placed on thehangerfromTimHoltz, which I have painted with Dabber! ( I love the shabby chic look).
I've also made space for a tag, behind the image, for a personal greeting!
She is so beautiful, don't you think!!:)
The flowers are from Prima, and the corner-frame is from M.F.
The peace of fabric is a cheese cloth, which also has got some paint on it!:)
You can find a lot of new images and new artist HERE in the Sweet Pea shop, and I can promise you...you want be disappointed!!:)
Well, thank you very much for taking a look here which is always much appreciated.
Have a wonderful day and take good care!
I made this card using the image Joanne Schempp's Lady Bug and I thought she looked like something was missing... CLOUDS! PERFECT! I colored this image with copics and cut it out with my nesties. Then I added the viva decor pearls and glitter and crystal effects to the lantern. I cut the same shape out of the front of the card and stenciled it with my cloud template and added dimensional tape and adhered it to the front for depth... and here is my creation! Thanks for popping in!
Get your Pirate On!!!! Arrrrrrrr! Joanne Schempp's sheet #6, Plate #163 on pre-order. (If you order this and have already placed your order for the new releases, I will combine your shipping, and if paid by paypal, adjust it accordingly)
For this card I wanted to keep it uncluttered to keep the focus on this gorgeous image. I am normally a girl who doesn't leave much untouched space, so this was really difficult to do. But I do love the end result.
Renee Biertempfel's Pearl Drop can be purchased on her own, or on Sheet #2, Plate #153 with three other stunning images.
This beautiful image has been colored with Copic's (It'saknownthing..practicemakesperfect,so· I'll justcontinueto practiceonthesemarkers;))...The papers are Bo Bunny, and the sentiment is from Sweet Pea! I like to use this sentiments..a lot!:)
I added a few flowers, bling and some stickles -star dust ....as usual, hihi:)!
Here's a stunning image from Sweet Pea artist ching-chou kiuk. This stamp is called Dream of Iris . I love the forlorn look on her face. I think she goes well with the Miss You sentiment from Plate #98.I used a wonderful shimmery cardstock as the base of this card and a Martha Stewart corner punch. I colored the image using Copic Markers and cut it out with Spellbinders Nestabilities. I covered the edges of the die cut with black ink and the image of the card with white ink. I added white cardstock inside the card to make the corners stand out with a white background.
Isn't Love Lace drawn by Joanne Schempp just a touch sassy, but still so lovely? I really love Joanne Schempp's artistic style and this is only one of many of her images I am enjoying playing with. If you haven't added some of her designs to your Sweet Pea Stamps collection, you really should.
Today I want to show you beautiful Melana. She is from the fabulous artist Nikki Burnette and she comes as a single stamp or is available on plate 120 with three more gorgeous images.
I had such a pleasure to colour her with my Distress Inks. First I had the middle paper piece in my hands. And immediately I knew I have to take this stamps and have to colour her in those colours which are on the paper as well, pink and blue. The background paper I chose afterward. I like how she turned out.
Thank you very much for your always much appreciated visit here. Before you go just look at all those gorgeous new artists and images Sweet Pea Stamps have. You will love them.
Through Monday, May 23 we have discounted all rubber sheets 10% and all USA orders will be shipped free! Not to forget our international customers - Canadian orders will ship for $2 and all other countries $5! But you have to hurry! Plus order $25 or more and receive a mini grab bag of 3 images for free!
I got so inspired by my last ATC that I decided to make some more. And I'm just warming up. This is a great way to try out new techniques as the area to work is so small (about 2.5x3.5") It's also a great way to use up anything small you might have: paperscraps, bling, punches etc.
I have stamped directly onto patterned paper as I love the sheer look it gives. It's perfectly fine to colour on although you might not get a brilliant shading (great for us that hasn't perfected our colouring skills)
For this pink/green I used one of Meredith Dillman's stamps from plate #94. She is actually holding an egg, but attaching a flower made the image more versatile. The word stamp is from ching chou kuik's sheet 7, plate 29. I kept it a bit distressed and added gold. Love that combination.
For my other ATC I used Linda Bigg's "Bella's paradise" from plate 81. The patterned paper already had the black detail. All I had to do was stamp and colour. I love the underwater effect here. I also went a bit crazy with my glitterpen and added dimensional glaze on the black swirl to the right. Finally before mounting I punched a border and attached it to the right to even out the ATC layout.
Here's a stunning stamp called Broken Angel by artist Meredith Dillman (Plate #107). I just love the beauty of this stamp. I wanted to give this stamp very rich coloring so I chose bright blues and dark yellows. I then matched those colors with cardstocks to create the card.
The beautiful border surrounding the image is done with large size punches from Martha Stewart. I lined the center with shimmery silver paper and then added my Copic colored image along with my saying for the card. The saying comes from another Meredith Dillman sheet Plate #98.
I made this card with the Trimming the Tree image from Bill Plank that can be found on Sheet one plate 157. How precious are these sweet little helper elves? I would love it if some came and did my tree for me!(LOL) I colored this with copic markers and on the fluffy hats and the garlands, liquid applique fit the bill. Then I got to play with all of my stickles and did the ornaments in grand fashion!Then the red dots and the "pearls" are viva decor pens!