Just a very quick entry for the Moxie Fab Tuesday Trigger.
The stamp is from Prima and I have used Copic Markers, distress ink and pencils to colour the image.
|Here is another variation - it does look clearer in this photo.|
|I'm sorry for the bad photo - I took it outside and had to be quick because it was windy and about to rain.|
I stamped the bee stamp with Archival black then used copics and
Alison Ellis Sparkle n Soft Flocking Powder.
I tore the paper and inked the edges with distress ink to give a grunge look.
|I raked through my paper pads and found this My Mind's Eye paper. I'm quite pleased with the way it has turned out, I like the contrast of the 2 patterns.|
The tag die cuts and sentiment are from PTI, the flower is Kaisercraft and the birds are Prima.
|This is Tim's gorgeous tag - I don't have any of the supplies needed, apart from some flowers and a wooden cotton reel, so I had to improvise.|
|I used a Kaisercraft chipboard dressform, which I inked with blacksoot and then used perfect pearls to get the blue shimmer.|
I don't have utee, so I used Pipe dreaming opal embossing powder in a frypan.
The stamps are Pink Paisley and the charm is Prima. The measuring tape ribbon was a lucky find in a fabric shop.
If you want to play along or check out all the other beautiful tags, click here
|Yesterday I found this handmade ceramic flower in a craft shop|
so I thought I'd try to colour it with copics and distress inks-
it's a bit streaky, but I still like the effect. In the centre of the flower I put black seed beads with dimensional magic.
The little black rose is my first attempt with my new die-namics mini rose die.
The yellow gem is from Kaisercraft. The black and white flocked paper is from a local paper craft cafe.
I used distress inks to dye the ribbon.
|So I went in search and sure enough I found them having a good old chomp on something !|
|Sure enough they had eaten my card, which must have been blown down by the heater.|
They look so sweet and innocent don't they?!!
Well, being in a grumpy mood, I decided to pay a visit to my not so local , favourite scrapbooking shop,
which managed to cheer me up!
When I got home, the dogs were very excited to see me, but I was horrified to find they'd manage to pull my pencil case of copics out of the craft draw and had been having a good old chew!!!!
I was lucky they seemed to like the gel pens best and had only just started on the copies.
I have managed a repair job on most of them with plumbers tape!
|The bubble texture paper was cream and I inked it with versa mark, then brushed perfect pearls - gold on it.|
The lace and cameo are from a local craft who. The sentiment is from Kanban.
If you want to make a birthday card for this challenge head over to Cas-ual Friday's blog