Monday, October 5, 2015

You're a Scream!

I'm a little late on the uptake thanks to the disappearance of my creative mojo for a few days, but here is my card I created for World Card Making Day!

I inked up the SugarPea Designs Eek-a-Boo stamp set!  I paired some patterned paper from the Doodlebug Designs Haunted Manor 6x6 paper pad with some MFT black licorice and orange fizz card stock.

I used some distress inks to ink up the moon I created with the SugarPea Designs SugarCuts - Zig Zag Stitched Circles.   I also used our SugarCuts - Gift Tag to create the black panel behind the image. 

Friday, October 2, 2015

What's Cookin'?

Happy Friday to you! Today I am sharing a card featuring one of the oldies but goodies from C.C. Designs Rubber Stamps.  It features the Pie Birgitta rubber stamp. 

I chose some patterned papers from the Pebbles Harvest 6x6 paper pad.  I die cut my image with a die from the Cutter Make a Card #9 Autumn die set.  LOVE that die! I added some dark brown seam binding.  I haven;t used seam binding or ribbon is so long!  

I paper pieced her skirt and colored on the pleats with  copics (C2 and C1).

Monday, September 28, 2015

SugarPea Designs Creative Color Challenge 05

Ready to play along with the Creative Color Challenge #5?   If you love Halloween colors, you will love this month's color palette! 

I played along with the SugarPea Designs Undying Love.

I chose some a piece of patterned paper from the Doodlebug Design Haunted Manor 6x6 paper pad that had all the right colors in it and then colored my image with copics based on that.

I used the SugarCuts - Zig Zag Stitched Circles to die cut my image.   I smudged her face with a black General's pastel chalk pencil and then added some smudging around the image.  I wet with the stippling technigue to add the halo around her.  

I am also playing along with the Sweet Sunday Sketch challenge #288.

Now, back to the Creative Color Challenge.  Here is the color palette. 

The rules are very simple…
  • Create a new card or project using the colors in the CCC5.  SugarPea Designs stamps are NOT required to play along or to win but would be appreciated :).
  • Upload to your blog or other Online Gallery using Keyword: CCC5so that we may check out your beautiful work.
  • Add your name and link to your project in the InLinkz on the SugarPea Designs blog
  • One randomly selected winner will receive a $10 Gift Certificate to the SugarPea Designs Online Shoppe. However, if the winning entry features a SugarPea Designs stamp we will increase the prize to $15

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Happy Fall

Goodbye, Summer.  Hello, Fall!   While I hate to see the summer wind down, I do love when C.C. Designs releases it's fall images and the September release did not disappoint!   
Today I am getting my "fall" on and showing off one of my latest creations featuring the new Meoples Nutty Buddies! 


I created the woodgrain panel using a die from the new Cutter Make a Card #9 Autumn die set. I used that same die set to die cut the trio of leaves.


I colored my image with copics and used a white gel pen to add some details to the owl's face.  I hope this creation puts you in the mood for sweater weather, apple picking, hay rides, and fire pits!

Saturday, September 12, 2015

MOJO414 - Nuttin' Better

It's been awhile since I played along with the MOJO Monday Sketch challenge.  The MOJO41 sketch caught my eye and gave me a reason to play along with some of the newly released products from SugarPea Designs

I chose some papers from the Pebbles Harvest 6x6 paper pad and paired it with smoe MFT whip cream, hot fudge and kraft card stock.  I used the new SugarPea Designs SugarCuts - Woodgrain Journal Card to emboss the kraft panel .

I die cut those cute little acorns using the new SugarPea Designs SugarCuts - Stitched Autumn Icons.  I colored them with copics and dotted a colorless blender across the tops of he acorns to give them the appearance of texture.   I stamped that perfect sentiment from the SugarPea Designs Nuts About You stamp set.  

Here is the MOJO414 sketch: