Showing posts with label glitter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label glitter. Show all posts

9 Jun 2017

Fairy Bubbles

 
I was wheeling through the forest yesterday and I saw some little bubbles sparkling in the distance.I wonder where they were coming from.....

 
I added lots of glitter, and glossy accents on the bubbles, not sure if they show up very well in the photo.

 
I used Lavinia Stamps and Die cuts to create this card and lots of watercolours!

Thank you for visiting today, Fairy Hugs xx

I would like to share this into the following challenges.

Artistic Stamper Winged Things

Penny Black Anything Goes

Stampotique Flowers

23 Nov 2016

Snowflakes Glistening

This a quick card I made this afternoon, using Indigoblu Winterland Wood stamp set. I love this stamp set as there are endless pictures and decorations you can make with it.The sentiment is from their Sparkle and Glisten Set.

My Sparkle and Glisten Box made with this set had a little picture in the currant Papercrafter Magazine. Unfortunately the ladies picture next to it was not me, so I hope she doesn't mind!

15 Nov 2016

Let It Snow

The main image is by Crafty Individuals, I chose this stamp after I was luckily chosen as winner in one of their challenges.

I stamped and water coloured the images. I fussy cut them out and detached the umbrella from the children. I made a snowy background with Watercolours and adhered the children to the texture paste and glitter snow. I used foam pads to hold the umbrella in place to gave it some depth. The Let it Snow stamp is from IndigoBlu's stamp set Sparkle and Glisten

Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope to see you again soon.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges.

Craft Stamper Anything Goes

Penny Black and More Anything Christmas

Fashionable Stamping 'Tis the Season

A Bit More Time To Craft Anything Goes

 

13 Nov 2016

Christmas Gift Box

 

I have a rather large pile of boxes because they maybe useful one day! I have actually used one of those boxes to make a little 3 inch square gift box.

I painted the box pink, and stamped tiny snowflakes on the sides of the lid. The scene on the top was created with watercolours and glitter, and a lovely set of Forest Magic Stamps.

 

Thank you so much for visiting, I hope to see you again soon!

I would like to enter this into the following challenges.

Stamps and Stencils Tags, Bags Boxes

Craft Stamper Anything Goes

 

8 Nov 2016

Papercrafter Inspirations


I was thrilled to see my clean and simple bauble card in Decembers Papercraft Inspirations!



This issue has an amazing set of woodland stamps with it, which are just lovely !




More good news Jacquie Lawsons Advent Calendar is ready o download for this year.I always look forward to her calendar, it is now part of Christmas for me! It is so Christmassy and beautiful.

18 Sep 2016

Alice In Winterland

In the winter, Wonderland becomes Winterland, and Alice loves to walk in the snowy forest.

I painted the top of my 20cm (8inch) canvas with Iced Gem paint, and randomly painted on Snow White metallic paint on the bottom. I used the star stencil and Slap it On to add some raised stars to the top of the canvas and also painted those pink.

 

I used Archival Olive Ink pad to stamp the trees from the Winterland wood stamp set. I stamped the two distance trees without reinking the stamp, so it gave a more faded and distant look. I used white paint to add snow to the trees which was followed by flitterglu and white glitter.

 

I stamped and coloured Alice from the Indigoblu Alice stamp set, and stamped the bunnies in black Archival from the Winterland set. I fussy cut them all out and adhered them to the canvas.

I spread glass bead gel medium to the bottom of the canvas to give some glistening texture to the snow. When it was dry, I lightly added white paint to some areas.

 

I Die cut some snowflakes and stars in various sizes and covered them in Flitterglu and white glitter. I adhered them to the top of the canvas using sticky foam pads.

Thank you so much for visiting, I hope to see you again soon.

I would like to enter Alice in Winterland into the following challenges.

That's Crafty Christmas

Craft Stamper Anything Goes

Daring Card Makers Favourite Book

Products Used

 

5 Sep 2016

Sparkle and Glisten Christmas Box

On Christmas Eve two deers Sparkle and Glisten are patiently waiting in the forest for Father Christmas to arrive.Underneath their feet they have a box of goodies just for him to deliver to his own very special deers!

All the details about how I made this special box are on the Indigoblu blog today.

Thank you so much for visiting.


I would like to enter this into the following challenges

Craft Stamper Anything Goes

Creative Artiste Anything Goes

Products used

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3 Jun 2016

Long To Reign Over Us

I have made this very special crafty cake to celebrate The Queens 90th Official birthday this month. Happy Birthday Your Majesty.

God Save Our Gracious Queen


Long Live Our Noble Queen


God Save The Queen

Send Her Victorious

Happy And Glorious

Long To Reign Over Us

God Save The Queen
 
 

I hope you will take part in this months Challenge at Mixed Media Mojo. The theme is Fit for a Queen in honour of the Queens official 90th birthday this month. The twist is to use Gems/Jewels.Please take a peek at the the design teams wonderful creations for more inspiration.

I look forward to seeing all of your beautiful projects.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges.

Craft Stamper Lets Get Inky I used 5 different colour inks on this project.

Artistic Stamper Red Blue and Yellow

Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #21 Glitter there is a lot of glitter on this special cake!

 

1 May 2016

Magic is Something You Make

 

For the canvas I used a chipboard backing from a paper pad and coated it with gesso.

I glued layers of tissue paper on the top part of the canvas. When dry I used watercolours on top of the tissue and then stamped the sentiment. The remaining canvas was coloured with dye inks and splattered with watercolours.

I made the flowers with strips of fabric which I rolled around and around into a circle. Some twisted green net became its leaves.

I finished by adding a little sparkle and some cross stitches in a silver thread.

Thank you for visiting.

Please take a look at all the fabulous projects from the Mixed Media Design Team we have a fabulous guest Designer this month Ingrid. I hope you will join in with the challenge this month, have fun!