The challenge this week at Tuesday Throwdown is to crop your image. I love this image from Sassy Cheryl’s. It always makes me laugh when I come across it. I used it to crop Bella’s head and use that for my image. Here is the card:
All the supplies are from my stash.
This card is going to one of the Veterans Homes in PA. If you are interested in donating your hand made cards you can email me for the details.
The challenge over at Word Art Wednesday is 1 Timothy 4:12. I chose the Message version on my card.
This is the first card where I used my own handwriting (with the help of the Chatter Box Journaling Genie #2 – Shape). I usually generate sentiments, verses, words on the computer. The image is from Sassy Cheryl’s, I don’t know where I got the papers and the cardstock is GinaK.
The current challenge over at SAS4KIDS is for Cute Fall or Halloween Cards 4 Kids.
This is one of my favorite digi images from Sassy Cheryl’s. I printed her out and colored her up with Copics and Wink of Stella markers (her shoes, socks and hair bow). The papers are from Stamps of Life. No sentiment so that it can be used for any occasion. I punched out a few extra leaves and added them to the card.
I use these two images every fall and they remind me of back to school, fresh cool air, leaves falling, pumpkins, shorter days. We have had two beautiful days here in the Philadelphia area. It has been cool enough to turn off the air conditioning and open up the windows. Sitting out on the back porch after dinner with a glass of wine has been very relaxing.
The digital images are from Sassy Cheryl’s Stamps. I love how she brings childrens images to life with her sassiness.
This sweet image is called Autumn Swing. I used Copic markers to color the image and the papers, ribbon, cardstock and sentiment are from Stamps of Life (Happiness Collection). Stitched circle is Die-namics from My Favorite Things.
I couldn’t leave the boys out. Look at this cute little fella. This image is Noah’s Prize Winning Pumpkin. I colored him with copics as well. I added a little detail with a copic liner on the pumpkin which I learned over at The Daily Marker where Kathy encouraged us to practice “eyelashes” — tiny lines to add some more interest to an image. Adding the lines really made the pumpkin pop. I also used a wood grain embossing folder on Kraft cardstock. The sentiment is an Elizabeth Crafts die.