Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Watercolour Butterfly

Hi! Here's another flowery butterfly, this time inspired by the gorgeous image in the current Fusion Card Challenge. Instead of a blue butterfly on the flowers, I added the flowers to the butterfly:


This is the Fusion challenge inspirational photo - I LOVE the bright, summery colours!


I'm also entering the card into the following challenges:

Simon Says Stamp Monday: "Summer"

Sweet Stampin’: "Red Hot Summer"


Monday, 29 June 2015

Floral Butterfly

Hi! I've been working on a card inspired by the ColourQ challenge:


I used a butterfly stencil and ink dusters to create the background with the lighter blues, stamped the flower images, and then coloured the large flowers with a water brush. I added yellow gems to the large flowers and gold Liquid Pearls to the small ones, to introduce the yellow. Here's my card:


I'm also entering this into the Allsorts challenge: "Blue as the Ocean"


Sunday, 28 June 2015

Pink Elephant Sketch

Hi! I've been making cards inspired by the Pink Elephant sketch:

I also used the colours from the Fab Friday challenge:











Here's what I came up with. I'm entering the first on in the Pink Elephant challenge, and the second one in the Fab Friday challenge:






Watercolour Flowers

Hi! I've made a couple of cards using my favourite flower stamp, and watercolouring with Adirondack inks.


I'm entering this first card into these two challenges:


Crafting When We Can: "Favourite Colour Combo" - Blues, greens and oranges are my favourite colours together at the moment!




I'm entering this second one into these challenges:

Less Is More:














City Crafter: "Use blue, green and a splash of red"





Summery Butterfly Swirls

Hi! Here's another swirly butterfly card, in hot summer colours, made with one of my favourite digis from the Pink Cat Studio:


The colours are inspired by the lovely colours in these two challenges:

Colour Me!:



The Paper Shelter:













Birthday Fishes

Ok, it's a bit of a silly card... but I was playing around with the stencil and then wasn't sure what to do with it. I cut out some rough fish shapes and they looked quite cute, so I printed out out the sentiments, ink dusted them and cut them out into fish shapes.


I'm entering this into the following challenges (I had to google 'nautical' to make sure it meant anything sea-related as well as boats, etc!):

CASology:




Come And Get It: "Cute Cards"



More Birds & Blossoms

Hi! I've made another card using the birds stamp:



This one was inspired by the sketch from Sketch Saturday:



And the colours from The Card Concept challenge, using a CAS style: