Hey everyone! Welcome back to the second day of previews for The Greeting Farm! Today we are changing things up and have a couple sentiment dies to share with you! Both are birthday themed!
I stamped out one of the girls from the new Cheeky kit that was release a little while back and coloured her up with my coloured pencils. After that I picked a yellow cardstock that coordinated with her top and die cut out this fun sentiment! I am over the moon with these big word dies that The Greeting Farm is coming out with!
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Hey everyone! I have been doing tons of colouring lately. But not a lot that I can show… yet!
So for today, I pulled out the Bring Out The Sunshine set from My Favorite Things, and coloured her up on Neenah Desert Storm cardstock. I haven’t coloured up anything on kraft cardstock in a long time.
I recently purchased a set of 20 Caran D’ache Luminance coloured pencils, and 4 additional colours to that. So I mixed them with my Polychromos to colour up this little lady.
My verdict on the Luminance pencils after their first use… I will be buying more. Lol I am an art supply junkie!
Hey everyone! This one took 3 days to complete, but I am in love with the way it came out.
I have wanted this set, Wallpaper Art from Altenew, since it first came out. I finally got my hands on it. I had this vision of white flowers on kraft paper. Which meant coloured pencils.
It turned out exactly as I imagined, and during the 30 day colouring challenge it fit in perfect. Took a few days to complete, with a little colouring a day.
Hey everyone! I am still plugging along on the 30 day colouring challenge! I pulled out one of the newer sets from Simon Says Stamp called Chillin’ Frenchies!
I have not played with my pencil’s in a long time. Also, seeing as my son’s baseball season is coming to an end I thought it was the perfect opportunity to make a fun card for the coach from all the boys on the team. I don’t normally gush about my boy, or people in our lives. But my goodness did he get a great coach this year, he went above and beyond doing extra practices with the boys, and helping them become little men.
So I coloured this one up on some kraft coloured cardstock. Super happy with this clean and simple card. Now I need to colour up the rest of the dogs in this set!
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Hey everyone! Today I have a guest post for Stamping Bella! I am so thrilled to be guest designing for them, it really is a dream. I have loved the stamps this company releases for years!
For my first card, I pulled out Curvy Girl Eats Cake and my coloured pencils. I haven’t shown my pencils much love lately, but this was the perfect opportunity.
I stamped her out with a light colour ink, to give the no lines colouring look, once everything was finished. Then I went in and coloured it up with my Faber-Castell Polychromos pencils.
Once I got her all coloured up, I decided I wanted the sentiment to look really sketchy as well. So I stamped it with the same light coloured ink, then traced over it with my black pencils to give it the sketchy look.
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Hey all! It is time for a month long challenge over at Kraftin Kimmie Stamps! As always the theme is ANYTHING BUT A CARD!
I love all these pretty planners that everyone has and decided I want to start decorating mine! Soooo here is my spread for this week. I filled in some of the info but not all of it!
I coloured up the Sweet as Can Bee set in similar colours to layout and added them on. They are a perfect fit on an insanely busy week!
Check out the skrappy creations by our Krafty Team for your inspiration!
Hey everyone! Welcome to the first day of previews for C.C. Designs!
There are tons of new goodies in this release apart from some super cute stamps, there is paper, enamel dots, and a die set!
I coloured up the monkey from the Monkeys set with my coloured pencils. I then used the new paper and the cloud die to create the fun background. A little bit of green ink on the white pannel and some splashed of water finish off this adorable little card!
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