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Thursday, May 25, 2023

Embossed card

The image from The Outlawz Monthly Progressive Freebie challenge. Flower in a Vase drawn by Sandra.

I printed the image and the sentiment together, colouring the image with pencils. Then, embossed the card. I also used pencils to colour a few of the embossed butterflies.

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Monday, May 15, 2023

Crafter's cafe Challenge - Animals, 15th May, 2023

 This month's challenge at the Crafter's Cafe is to feature an animal.  

The sponsor is Beccy's Place, who has some wonderful animal images, check out her store HERE

And, if you would like a freebie, check out her blog freebies  HERE 

 I chose Merle, I do a lot of Christmas cards for young children and thought it was a great image.  Coloured with copic pens and glitter, each is a little different.

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Monday, May 1, 2023

Pearly Sparkles - May 2023

This month's theme at Pearly Sparkles is Anything Goes but a Card. I decided to do a mini Junk Journal (size is 2.5 x 3.5 inches) B is for....

I started out doing a blue journal, but some other colours did creep in, then I though al lot of Bs in the jounral so changed it to a B for journal.

The journal has 36 pages and all pages lie flat when open.  Here is the cover and a small example of the pages.

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A Place to Start - - 1st May, 2023

At a Place to start the theme is Anything goes + 1 and out sponsor is  Mirtillamente.

I chose Get Well Soon for my card, coloured with copic pens and diecut. 

After doing this for  many years, I had  a light bulb moment.  I have started scanning my dies, then I can pull them up on the computer and size an image perfectly to fit the space.

My added plus is the ribbon.

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