The Theme is Summer. I used Digital stamps from Pink Petticoat. The beach huts remind me of the beach at Broadstairs (next town over) which I avoid in the summer as it gets so very busy for such a little town!!
I've just recently upgraded my old tired craftrobo for a silhouette portrait. My robo was a lovely little machine but the motor was going and it couldn't cope with anything too thick. The portrait is lovely, it just so much better! I was looking through the silhouette store and I found these box cards designed by Lori Whitlock. They are so cute! I think I bought about 6 of the files in one go and then went back for more.
I then looked at her blog and found that there was a link up party!
So here is my box card for my father-in-law who, obviously, loves fishing!
The papers are digital ones from the splash collection by echo park, I coloured the elements (like the fish) with my copics and I designed the sentiment on the computer.
I used papers from Pink Petticoat (that I can't seem to find on their website right now) and Kraftin Kimmie stamp Marilyn (again, can't find on her website!) Coloured with my limited supply of copics and I used my wink of stella glitter pen on the stars for the twinkle, but it doesn't show up too well in the photo.
I made this card for the simply challenged challenge! The idea was to crop a simply Betty image and use only the face. There was only about 2 hours left to get in on this challenge so this is probably the quickest colouring I have ever done!
I'm very please with the fact that I took the photo with my mobile and then figured out how to get it onto my blog post! Yay me!
I used a memory box die that I've had for about a year but just haven't got round to using. I thought it would be perfect for this challenge. I seem to be adding hearts to my cards a lot lately, not because it's coming up to valentines day soon but simply because I like them :)
I made this for the Kraftin Kimmie krafty guest contest. I used Suzette, my favourite Kimmie Stamp, and coloured her with a mix of promarkers and copics. I don't think it shows up well in the photo but I used my wink of stella glitter pen to highlight her dress and glittery card for my bit of sparkle!