Sunday, July 1, 2012

Sunday 1/07/2012
Today thougth I would share some cards I made with digital stamps. Still love my rubbber and clear but these are fun to work with, easy to store, not expensive, and the variety is never-ending. Most were made for the challenges on CDAC, a great site if you would like to learn about digital stamping.

This card was Coloured with copics, cut bird out separate, mounted on CS. Backing squares are Nellie Snellen (square lily) and I think the PP is My Minds Eye (follow your heart). Tore it out to use ages ago and never used it. The image is from

The second card was fun to colour (copics as usual) and the image is from  The PP from Crate Paper (Farmhouse). Kaiser pearls and Ribbon from stash.

I think this is one of my favourites. I wasn't sure at first but it turned out better than I hoped . I coloured the  image from with copics and mounted it on a spellbinders die. The Flowers from Craft Queen and piece of lace from stash. Leaves Martha Stewart punch, butterfly Cheery Lyn die and bling Kaiser. PP was a freebie ages ago and can't remember where from.

This card was for our niece that has just had boy no.4. The clothes image, coloured with copics, is from Printed the clothes on blue PP and again on white card. Coloured, cut out and paper pieced. Teddy image, a freebie but can't remember from where, was cut out and mounted. Sentiment, clothes line, gingham PP (from scrap) matted on yellow CS and mounted on Navy card base.

This one was done with our eldest daughter in mind as she is a keen dancer. Black PP from is from Adorn it and others from Hot of the press. Coloured image from with copics, mounted on spellbinders classic circles. Saying from sweet pea ribbon and mesh from

My last for today is an image from I printed the image twice,coloured the roses with copics then cut out and paper pieced over image. Distressed, layered and added it to apricot card base. The PP My Minds Eye (Stella & Rose), Prima ( Annalee), Kaiser (Sweet Nothings), ribbon American Crafts and scallop die MFT. Button and twine from stash.