The prize for the challenge is $20 gift certificate, so you will definitely want to join in the fun! For my card, I used Enchanted Ocean. I colored the image with Copics and added from Stampendous Fran-tage around the edges. The shell background panel is Impression Obsession and the seahorse on the corner is from Jolee’s Boutique. I hope you like it, thanks for stopping by! Hope to see you at the challenge!
It’s time for another Corrosive Challenge! This fortnight we are sponsored by Delicious Doodles, and the prize will be 4 free digi’s, so you will definitely want to play along! For my card, I chose Steampunk Mermaid. I colored my mermaid with Copics. For my metal bits I added some copper looking brads across the tops. Then I added two gears at the top, and a ships wheel to make it look like three gears, but also add an ocean feel. The bottom are jumpers for jewelery that I just lined up and glued down. I had a lot of fun putting her together. Thanks for stopping by for a look! Hope to see you for the challenge!
It’s time for another challenge over at The Corrosive Challenge Blog. Today the challenge is sponsored by The Stamping Chef and the theme is Go Green. For this challenge we had three options. 1) use the photo color inspiration 2) create a St. Patrick’s Day project 3) use something recycled on your creation. I decided to go with the color green and I used the image Rockabilly Boom. I colored her with Copics then cut her out and layered her over my circle panel and stars. I added some tacks I bought from a hardware store along the bottom, I just cut off the stems so I could glue them down flat. Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see you in the challenge!
For this weeks challenge over at the The Corrosive Challenge Blog, the theme is all about animals and our sponsor is Meljen’s Designs. The prize for this challenge is 4 (non colored) digis! We’d love to have you play along, so head over there now and check out all the great entries!
For my card, I used Seafaring Seagull Frame. I colored my seagull with Copics and added some stickles for some shimmer. The wave punch is from Fiskars. Paper is from The Paper Studio.
For my card, I choose Jewel. I colored her with Copics and stitched around my panels to satisfy the challenge requirement, then added some daisy embellishments and a cute little ladybug. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you come play with us this fortnight at The Corrosive Challenge Blog!
It’s challenge time over at The Corrosive Challenge Blog, and we are feeling the love for February. Our sponsor for this challenge is Sassy Studio Design. Sorry, I am really sick this week so this is going to be a very short post.
I made my card with Sassy Cupid. I colored her with Copics, then added some lace, tulle and heart confetti to give it a romantic feel. If you haven’t played in one of our challenges yet, please do, we would love to see your creations and the prize for the winner this month is 4 digis from the Sassy Studio Designs store!
Kenny K has offered the winner of the challenge a prize of 3 digi stamps!
For my card, I used Naughty Nurse. I colored her with Copics, then hand stitched the edges and the strips under my main panel. I thought about using the sewing machine, but didn’t think I would be able to keep them centered on those little strips!
If you have never played in one of our challenges before, what are you waiting for? Head on over there now and join the fun!
For my card I choose Pearls in My Hair as a representation of Spring. The beginning of renewed growth and life after a long, cold winter. Although, here in Florida, it doesn’t get very cold very often, I still can’t wait for spring! I colored her with Copics and added some lace and flowers to the mix. I hope you like her, things for dropping by!
Today over at The Corrosive Challenge Blog we are having our Anything Goes Challenge. Our Sponsor for this fortnight is Lacy Sunshine. Lacy Sunshine Stamps offers beautiful original and imaginative digital stamps for all your paper crafting needs.
From the art desk of Lacy Sunshine’s creator….
“I am one who loves creating timeless pieces from my heart and soul, creating an extraordinary world filled with magic and whimsical friends…. one drawing at a time. Come journey with me now into my Lacy Sunshine World”.
All images from Lacy Sunshine are hand drawn and designed by myself, Heather Valentin, a professional artist, muralist and illustrator and my dad, professional artist, G.P.
I colored my image with Copics. I then created “rips” in my paper and hand stitched then to match the theme of the image. My “ribbon” is an old Halloween webbing door cover that I ripped up (it was 50c on the clearance rack, now that’s a deal!)
This is a card I created for the November Fan Page Challenge at Simply Betty Stamps. Pilgrims and Indians. This month I choose Pilgrim Corinne and the challenge was to simply incorporate fall colors. I colored her with Copic Markers. The papers I used were DCWV and The Paper Studio, the ribbon and leaf was recycled from the wrapping from a gift I got from a friend.