Creative Fingers - Bugaboo

Bugaboo has kindly sponsored us at Creative Fingers this week and I was lucky enough to choose an image to play with, Buggiraffe Blocks 3 popped out as something I wanted to play with.

I used one of the three blocks for this card.  I was trying out copics on Kraft, Im not sure if I like it or not.  I also tried pencil on kraft too.. but I trashed it.

I knew I had to search my stash for the Giraffe pattern paper and once i found it, I decided clean and simple was the name of the game for the card.

We are looking forward to seeing your creations this fortnight over on the challenge blog.

Im going to play in the following challenges this week

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Card Making Frenzy Long weekend.

I have made lots of cards this weekend and used varied images.  Clearly Besotted (yet to be posted), Tiddly Inks and now Teddybo.   Gayle (our TB creator) drew up some Chibi images and this image below called my name.   The Chibi's are in the store at  so be sure to go and visit and check them out.   

I spoke earlier about refilling my copic's!  Well BG11 was completely dry after this, but how vibrant is that teal pop of colour.  I used bg15,13 and 11 and then added b02 to give it some pop.  A new combo for me.

I used a card sketch from Mojo Monday.  The sketches have come to an end. I am so glad they will still be available for use though.  I search Card Sketch and images on google for ideas when I have none!


Unicorn Chibi (Teddybo)
White card base with distress oxide blending (using a shaving brush to add colour)
Spellbinder circles
Kaszazz sentimet

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Tiddly Ink Free colouring page

Im on a mission to post more to my blog, goodness knows Im making cards regularly but often I forget to post them.  This weekend has seen me make many cards with the latest using the free colouring page from Tiddly Inks.  This is a limited time freebie over at Tiddly Inks.  If you do download it, please be sure to thank the lovely Tiddly Inks creator over at Facebook.

I was a little overwhelmed by this image, so much hair and skin.. and sky... but challenge accepted!

I am loving using my copics at present.  To the point that I am needing to reink many.  Im going to spend the afternoon cataloging my reinker supplies.  No more squeaky nibs for me!

Anything Goes
& Themed

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Long weekend colouring - Tiddly inks

I am finding myself loving colouring while watching TV and relaxing.  I went through my digital images for Tiddly Inks and clicked on the Sunny Day Wryn.    The current challenge over on the Tiddly Ink challenge blog is Make it Rectangle.  So out came the cutter and the rectangles were made.

Im still working on the remnants in the drawer and flicked through them and came across the orange simple background paper, which worked perfectly with the image I coloured last night.   I seem to be in an orange frame of mind this week.   To be honest, the colours were already out from the card I had made previously.  I just deepened them a little by adding some red to it.

I used my paper distresser and some vintage photo ink on the edges of the card stock.  Something I hadnt done in a while.   Not sure why I stopped doing that, I think i got caught up in the die cutting neat edge routine.

Addicted to Stamps - Flowers (the image is my flower, sentiment is stamped)
Dragon Fly Dreams - Add sparkle (the bling and wink of stella over the image)

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Tiddly Inks

Tiddly Inks is having a DT call.    Yep you read that correctly.   I went through my stash of lovely images from Tiddly Inks and remembered the stunning Spring Bling Wynn that I used in a Kit and Clowder class a while back.   

Out came the Copic's and a card sketch from I love card sketches and wallah.   I chose to keep the card clean and simple as the DT call suggests you show them your style. With a card a week obligation I think clean and simple will be my go to card making style, so the image can pop!    

Products used
CTMH patterned paper
Embossing paste
Memory Box stencil
Amy R Big sentiments
SSS black ink
Cameo (for the circles, cause i was too lazy to use my big shot)
Premade card base
Remnants of white and black card stock from the stash
Multi matte media
Crystal Katana
Enamel Accents
Spring Bling Wryn (Tiddly Inks)

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Wink Wink Ink for Creative Memories

We are happily sponsored by Wink Wink Ink this week and how beautiful is the image I got to use.  Its my first go at no line colouring and I sort of had fun with it.  Its weird working with faint lines but also a little bit forgiving at the same time.

The image is called Love Tree Hearts and Leaves.

We are very much looking forward seeing what you create for this challenge, please head on over to the challenge blog and enter up your fabulous creations!