This months challenge at Sarah Hurley Challenges is all about ‘Shades of Blue’! A few of us on this team seem to have a love of all things blue, and shades of blue. So we are celebrating it, let us see your projects including lots of blue! There is some fantastic inspiration from the team, including our new team members!!
Kit used – Steampunk & also Ink Splashes Brushes by Sarah Hurley. I used the Steampunk kit and pulled out all the blue elements I fancied out of them. I did need some kraft in there for contrast too! I added the ink splatters as no good creation happens without a bit of a mess, right?! I love creating digitally, its so fun and easy, and best of all – no fussy cutting by hand
Make sure to stop by the challenge blog and check out the DT’s work and then join in the fun challenge too!
One of my projects for the Sarah Hurley Lookbook Volume 3 was to create a set of ATC’s using the fabulous Oz Digi Scrapbooking/Craft Kit. I love all things Oz and so this was a delight to work with. I have never created an ATC before, so this is my first attempt – I even had to look up what size they needed to be! I made a digital canvas in Photoshop and just had fun with all the papers and elements in the kit…..
Another exciting launch today is the 3rd volume of the Sarah Hurley Lookbook! It is packed full of inspiration using the products found in the Sarah Hurley store.
They are such a talented bunch of ladies (and gent!) on this team, it is a fantastic read. I will share some of my work from the magazine over the next few days. In the mean time enjoy your read!!
It’s that time again – Issue 17 of the Crafting Ireland magazine is out now! As always it is packed full of fun projects and tutorials to inspire you and get you crafting! Check it out by clicking on the image below….
Just stopping by here today to share a fun little tag I made using an adorable image called Zebra Balloon. You can find this image on the freebie page here.
I made a fun clean and simple tag to let the image really shine! I used a fun blue zebra print paper backed onto a black tag base. I added some strips of washi tape, a banner sentiment, some black gems. I then fussy cut the zebra out and mounted him on foam pads on the tag.
I love how cute he looks floating up above the sentiment on the tag.
I am having lots of fun making tags and working on using scraps from my desk lately. This is one such tag. I used a kraft tag base and punched one inch circles out of a few different scraps of papers. I then adhered these to the tag base. I added a strip of grey and orange scrap and mounted the raccoon on this. I then doodled around the edge of the tag and topped it off with some grey Lawn Fawn Trimmings twine.
I added some glossy accents to the raccoons eyes, nose and ears for some dimension too. The speech bubble is stamped from a Lawn Fawn set and cut out by hand. The sentiment is from Waltzing Mouse Stamps.
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you are all having a good day!
I started this card by making a tag….and then decided to make it into a card for some reason! I had lots of pink scraps left on my desk from the card from yesterday so I pulled them all out and added in some grey to tone it all down a bit. I love how the cute Saturated Canary image in blue pops out amongst all the pink.
Thanks for stopping by today, and happy Friday!!
Ho there, stopping by today with a quick card made to show off a little birthday present I got – stardust stickles! Thank you Sandie I promised her I would create a pink card with sparkles….this is about as pink and sparkly as I get!!
Quick side view to show off the colour of the dress a bit more….
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I am loving trying CAS cards lately – its a lot harder than it seems! I have used the Sarah Hurley my favourite things kit, my last few pieces of it! I couldn’t resist using the sequins on the card too, I have seen them used on a few projects by people lately and think they look quite cool. I added some hand doodling around the edges and resisted the urge to add any more!
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This month at Sarah Hurley Challenges our challenge theme is ‘Projects with Character’ and we are lucky enough to be sponsored by one of our favourite companies - Letraset! We want to see your projects featuring a character, it can be human or animal or even supernatural!
I used an adorable freebie image that Sarah had on her blog, this cute little bunny rabbit! It came ready to colour or else pre-coloured by Sarah, and I used the pre-coloured one as I loved it!