I used this adorable digi from Mo's Digital pencil called Woe is Faye and colored her with copics. What a character. Too cute! Kept the card pretty clean and simple with the exception of the Cherry Lane design doily and the pearl pen added to enhance the image.
Aww, another adorable Ppinky DollsArt digi stamp. I love the quirkiness of her digi art. Image was colored using copics. For the background I chose Kaiser designer papers. I used gold embossing paste with a stencil to add a little dimension as well as drywall tape and and ribbon.
Once again I am using "Mummu's Bike", one of my favorite images from Mo's Digital Pencil. The image as well as the background clouds were colored using copic markers. I thought about adding embellishments but instead decided to keep it clean and simple.
Designer paper is Perfect Prints and the sentiment is from Close To My Heart.
I used this image to make a bookmark, which I thought might make a great gift along with a book for a new mom. Image was colored using copics. I added gold smooch to the candelabra and some gauze behind the image for added drama.
Image from A Day For Daisies and was colored using copics. I really like the matching designer papers ( Recollections) especially the one with the glossy embossed butterflies. I added glitter to the potion as well as a couple of layers of liquid glass to it to make it shine like glass.
The glitter on both the butterflies and doilies die cuts were heat embossed with Judikins Mystique embossing powder . the card was finished off with a simple ribbon faux bow.
Top inside sentiment from Close To My Heart and bottom inside sentiment from Stampin Up.
I thought this image from Doodle Pantry was so cute I just had to share it. It would have been awesome if I could have found my glasses when I was coloring it though. Patience has never been one of my virtues, Obviously. LOL! Lesson learned. Sheesh you think I would know better.
This beautiful image by Anne Fenton is Junes freebie in the Outlaws Progressive Challenge now on. I kept it very simple and decided the image was perfect to compliment a large sentiment. Front sentiment is from Create with TLC inside sentiment from Penny Black.
Too cute!, digi from Ppinky Dolls Art Digi Stamps called Another Gift. Love the expression on her face, almost like she is not sure if this gift is actually for her.
Image was colored using my favorite markers, copics. The netting in behind the doily is ...Yes...from a bag of oranges. I love it when I can do a little recycling. LOL
I used Papier Glass finish to both build and gloss the boots,wagon, eyes hat and button.
This endearing little digi is one of the many adorable characters from Ppinky Dolls Art digital Stamps and it is given as a freebie to those who join the Ppinky Facebook group. How can you resist right!! If you get a chance check out her dolls. WOW! they are gorgeous.
The image was colored using copics and enhanced with liquid pearl pen droplets. For embellishments I used a burlap , rose ribbon, a heat stamped vellum butterfly as well as smaller alcohol ink dyed butterflies. My designer paper used is from Basic Grey.
The sentiments are from Create with TLC . They are one of my go to places for sentiments and they provide daily freebies. Thank You TLC you are awesome!
The image was colored using copics with glitter added to the headpiece and bodice
of the dress. I used my liquid pearl pen as well to spruce it up.
The lace frame is a Samantha Walker design bought from the Silhouette
store. I adhered some foam board behind the frame to give it a sturdy
dimension. Lastly I embellished with flowers and a pearl spray wrapped
with a tulle bow.
This peek a boo card is made using "Good Things "a comical digital image as well as the sentiment that goes along with it from Mo's Digital pencil. Patience is definitely a virtue this kitty displays. Ha! Ha!
The image has been colored using copics with liquid pearl pen accents surrounding it. The Spellbinder birdcage die cut was cut from a very thin metal scrap I had in my stash just waiting for a project like this one. It was finished off with a bow.