I have a fun card today using the Up, Up and Away image from 2 Cute Ink! I created a card for a boy with this one. I took some black card stock and splattered white Dylusions spray all over it. I coloured the image and cut it out and foam mounted it onto the background.
I added some glossy accents to the rocket, especially the window to give some dimensional effect. A sentiment and a few star shaped gems finished the card off perfectly!
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you enjoyed it!!
I have issues with working on a messy craft desk – as in I just cant to it. So I have a big desk tidy up every now and again and gather up all the scraps, images etc on my desk with the intention of tidying them all away. However sometimes when I gather things up I start to then play….but if I make a tag from scraps then that is tidying right?!
All the elements on this tag are from Sarah Hurley. I really love the chevron stencil I used on the kraft tag base. The rabbit is a freebie from Sarahs blog , its just adorable! All the other bits and pieces are from Sarah Hurley papers, kits and journalling tags.
The bunny is so cute and I am using this in my little journalling book to write a bit about my pair of mad bunnies!!
I recently made a wedding gift for my brother in law and his new wife. I wanted to make something nautical themed as they love the ocean etc. So I used some digi papers and elements from the Sarah Hurley Expedition kit. I used an anchor SVG file from Sarah Hurley too. I printed/cut everything after designing it in Photoshop. I then put it in a Ribba shadow box frame from Ikea.
It was hard to get a picture in the frame because of the flash reflecting off the glass, or seeing me reflected in the glass, this was the best I could do….
Here is a better look at the quote image. It looks just as good as this in the frame, its just the bad lighting in the image above that makes it look a bit fuzzy!
I’m just popping by today with some cute inspiration using an adorable 2 Cute Ink Image - Owl You Need Is Love. This image is adorable and perfect for many occasions.
I created this tag using up scraps from on my desk, I love making tags to use up scraps this way. I fussy cut the owl and the hearts from the image and foam mounted them all on the tag. I added some glossy accents to the hearts too for some extra shine!
I hope you enjoy this fun tag today!
Today is the birthday of Sarah Hurley, Happy Birthday Sarah!! All of us on the design team wanted to show her how much we love working with her (insert sappy awwwwwww here!) and say a big happy birthday to her. So we all made her a little card or message and organised a blog hop to show her!
I created a card using all Sarah Hurley products. My background was created on white cardstock using one of her stencils. The anchor is a SVG cutting file from Sarah Hurley, and the journalling card, ticket and arrows are from her kits too. Don’t you just love that chevron stencil (done in Peacock Feathers distress ink) on the white background?
You should have arrived to my blog from the fantastic Sharon’s blog. Your next stop is over to the wonderful Tania’s blog. Make sure to check all the birthday creations out!!
Hey all, I am here again today with another little 2 Cute Ink cutie for you all. I used the adorable iFrogger Digi on this fun tag.
I used lots of scraps of green papers on a kraft card base. I splattered it all with white ink and foam mounted the frog on it, as well as foam mounting the fly. I love the irony of the sentiment I used – the frog sure loves that fly! I added glossy accents on the frogs eyes, spots on his body and on the fly’s wings too. Oh and I scattered a few sequins all over the tag too just for good measure!
My lovely DT friend Elaine recently asked us on the Sarah Hurley DT if we would create some projects for the relaunch of her All Crafts Challenge and join in the blog hop. This challenge is being sponsored by Sarah Hurley
I created a tag using Sarahs Hexagon Mask, papers and Love & Marriage stamp set. I sponged distress ink through the stencil. I then inked around the edges using a metalic distress stain. The images were stamped and then diamond dust stickles applied to them and then cut out. I stamped out the sentiment from the set and cut it apart and created a frame from the Tim Holtz tag die for part of it. This was also coloured with the silver distress stain.
It is a bit tricky to get an image that captures all the shine on this card, but it sparkles beautifully in real life.
You should have come to my blog from the wonderful Carol’s blog….your next step is to head on over to the equally wonderful Tania’s blog and keep hopping!
I came across a quote I really liked the other day and decided to create a printable to display it in my craft room. I used the fabulous Curio Digi Kit from Sarah Hurley designs. I love all the elements in this kit and the colours are fantastic too.
Its a fabulous quote and I hope it inspires me as I sit and craft!!
This month the challenge at the Sarah Hurley challenge blog is All That Glitters is Gold! I don’t tend to use gold much on my projects but I really enjoyed this one. I used a gold distress stain to ink up my background. I then used the AMAZING Large Texture Stamp – Crackle from Sarah Hurley and I LOVE it! I stamped it in Versamark then used gold embossing powder on this. This stamp just looks amazing anyway, but especially embossed like this! I then used a tag and ticket element from Sarah Hurley and inked the edges up in gold and foam mounted them and stapled them on too. I turned white seam binding gold with the distress stain too. The little wooden hearts are also from Sarah Hurley and I inked them gold and then added diamond dust stickles over the top. Gold and glittery enough you reckon??
Close up and a better view of the shine!
Make sure to check out the rest of the DT’s projects, they are all worth their weight in gold!!
I am entering this in the Simon Says Anything goes challenge too.