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.
I hope everyone has safe and very Happy Thanksgiving!
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This is my design team card for the new Corrosive Challenge starting today at The Corrosive Challenge Blog! Our host for this challenge is C.C. Designs (formerly All That Scraps).
“C.C. Designs has been in business since 2007, started out of our garage. Now we have our own line of rubber stamps and dies. We create cuties galore, if you like cute you will love C.C.Designs.”
For our challenge they are offering offering 3 digis! What a great way to get you motivated to make those Christmas cards!
My card was created using Lil Lilita Christmas Willow. She was colored with Copics and I stitched around the boarder. The papers are from the Paper Studio and the candy cane was actually a mini tree ornament I got off the clearance aisle last year. Sometimes Christmas decorations make the great card embellishments!
Thanks for stopping by! And thanks for joining us at The Corrosive Challenge Blog Challenge!
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I created this card for the Fur or Feathers challenge over at The Corrosive Challenge Blog. Our sponsor was Rick St. Dennis. You can find his fantastic art here.
I colored my image with Copics. The paper is from Michaels Recollections.
I created this card for the “Tic Tac Toe” Challenge going on now at The Corrosive Challenge Blog! Our sponsor for the challenge is The Paper Shelter. Hope you can join us this fortnight! For my card I used Arabian Spell. We were asked to create a project using any three items in a row either vertically, horizontally, or diagonally…I choose layers and bling. I’m sorry this is a bit short and two the point. I’m on my way out the door for a two week vacation! Thanks for stopping by!
I created this card for the Simply Betty October Fan Page Challenge, which was to create a card with the one of two Simply Betty images, Betty the Fortune Teller or Voodoo Corinne. I choose Fortune Teller. We were to also used gems and a crystal accent. I have purple gems in my corners and I used a crystal accent on the crystal ball. The paper is from DCWV Dark Romance. I colored my image with Copics.
I created this card for the “Dress Me Up” Challenge going on now at The Corrosive Challenge Blog! Our sponsor for the challenge is Sassy Studio Designs. Hope you can join us this fortnight! For my card I used Sassy’s digi Red Hot Honey. The grave yard scene was a digi stamp from Rick St. Dennis and the wolf man trying to hide from Red Riding Hood in the back ground there can be found at Third Coast Rubber Stamps. I colored them with Copics and used chalks for the background. The bats were the taken from the reverse punch outs of an EK Success punch.
This is the DT card I made for The Corrosive Challenge Blogs Fortnight challenge, “Cute and Creepy” sponsored by Dilly Beans.
I created the frame by cutting strips of card stock, then I covered it with washi tape and ran it through the cuttlebug. I then added some eyelets to the corners and wrapped and tied my black cord on it. Added some flowers and a little skull bead in the corner and colored my image with copics.
Well, here is my entry for this fortnights Corrosive Challenge, Maiden, Mother and Crone – sponsored by Delicious Doodles. I had a hard time with the card because I didn’t have a clear picture in my head of what I wanted and the result wasn’t exactly what I was going for, so I’m not completely happy with it, but I guess it turned out ok.
Anyway, I used my cuttlebug and wood grain embossing folder to create the background. I went over the raised parts with a white wax crayon, then used Tim Holtz distress stain (peeled paint and vintage photo) on it, and sponged off the excess, giving it the greenish brown textured background. I was trying to make the bottom look sort of look like the ground, but I’m not sure that came across, for that I used some tan netting that I stained with the distress stain and glued down, then added my brads. I cut out some butterfly clipart and added that to fill up some spaces. I also cut out the leaves and popped them up for a bit of a 3-D feel.
Here is a card I made using Witch Mercedes from Simply Betty Stamps. I’m using her for the Facebook Fan Page Challenge. I colored her with Copic Markers and used my Martha Stewart web punch on the side. Paper is from Michaels Recollections Fall Collection. Spider punch is EK Success and then I strung some Halloween webbing across the bottom panel.