Today’s theme at the Corrosive Challenge Blog is “Forever Young” and it is sponsored A & T Designs, home of the emerald fairies.
For my card, I used Isabella. I also used a background image from Make it Crafty. After coloring the background, I then colored Isabella, cut her out and popped her up on top of my background. I hope you enjoy seeing her – she was a lot of fun to color! Thanks for stopping by!
This weeks Corrosive Challenge is sponsored by Aurora Wings and Art by Miran theme is “Color Me Happy” were we are to use our favorite coloring medium. Of course, my favorite medium is Copics, and that is what I used to color this gorgeous image by Aurora Wings, “Santa Muerte”. This image had A LOT of detail, so I was a little intimated, but I kept at it, and I think she turned out beautiful. I printed her out bigger then I normally would have because I didn’t want the detail to get lost. I was a little concerned because I didn’t have to much room to get to creative with a card layout, but once a added some lace I think it really added what it needed to draw it all together.
Our challenge this week at the Corrosive Challenge Blog is sponsored by Lacy Sunshine and the theme is “Crop it” to crop your image in some way. I love this image Parrish-New Orleans, because I love anything dark and voodoo-y :p I cropped the bottom of her dress. I just kept seeing her in a frame, on the wall of an old Louisiana plantation, and so that is what I tried to create with my frame, and spooky cobweb/spider. The frame are just some then wood slates I picked up in a thrift store. The web is Halloween webbing and the spider punch is made by EK Success. Hope you like her. Thanks for visiting!
Here is a card I created using a digital stamp from Delicious Doodles. First I colored here with Copic markers, then added some layers, lace and pearls. Paper is from “The Paper Studio”
Welcome to the Corrosive Challenge 200th Challenge and Blog Hop!
If you came here from Julie’s blog then you’re headed the right way. If not, go back to Debbie’s blog and start from there (Please note that Debbie won’t have a card up until later in the week). Here’s the complete Hop order in case you get lost along the way:
Debbie – http://craftingwhenican.blogspot.com
Debora – http://dragonwingsandfairythings.blogspot.com
Jasmine – http://wastedscraps.blogspot.com
Julie – http://maya3soleil.blogspot.com
Michelle (that’s me!) – http://evermorecardcreations.com/blog
Rachelle – http://imblackmartha.blogspot.com
Rebecca – http://sydneyssentiments.blogspot.com
Regan – http://charmedstamping.blogspot.com
We have some get prizes and amazing projects for you to see today. Make sure to leave a comment on all of the blogs for a chance to win.
Our amazing sponsors and prizes for the hop are Delicious Doodles: 4 digis; Simply Betty Stamps: $20 gift certificate; The Stamping Chef: 3 digis; Just Some Lines: 4 digis; Dilly Beans Stamps: 3 digis; KennyK: 3 digis; Art by Miran: 3 digis; Sassy Studio Designs: 4 digis; Lacy Sunshine: 3 digis; A Day For Daisies: $12 gift certificate; Sami Stamps: $12 gift certificate; and the GRAND PRIZE £15 Gift Voucher from Crafts and Me!
This month’s challenge is Anything Goes! I choose to work with Kenny K’s Cabaret. I colored the image with Copics and then cut her out and perched her on top of a “ribbon” of bling and some lace fringe. The papers used were from The Paper Studio and GCD. Corner hardware is Vintaj Art Metal. I used 3-D foam tape to lift her and the row of bling up and add additional dimension to the card.
The next blog on the list is Rachelle’s. Hope you have a great time on our hop and are enjoying all the fantastic creations!
Hope everyone is having a fabulous mother’s day! It’s time for another Corrosive Challenge and our sponsor this week is, Sami Stamps! Sami is graciously offering a $12 gift certificate for the winner of this challenge, so be sure to head over there now and enter your project! We’d love to see it!
The theme for the challenge is “Banner Day!” I used Sami’s cat and witch image and I thought they just looked like the best of friends. I just Copics to color them and hand stitched around my panels. Added some lace, pearls and a crochet rose to make it look more “magical” and less “witchy”. Hope you like! Thanks for stopping by!
It’s challenge over at the Corrosive Challenge Blog, this week the theme is Head Gear, use an image with something on their head (hat, bow, barrette, etc) sponsored by Dilly Beans. If you don’t have any Dilly Beans images, I recommend you get some, because they are all fabulous!
For my card, I used Day of the Dead Frida. I colored the image with Copics and added gems around her eye, so lace and roses.
Thanks for stopping by! Hope to see you at the challenge!
It’s time for another challenge over at the Corrosive Challenge Blog, this week the theme is Pretty Pastels and is sponsored by The Paper Shelter.
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!