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DT: Incy wincy: Colour challenge

I am late … on a lot of things … especially some design team projects but think I may actually catch up today! 

Here is the card I made for the Incy Wincy blog using a ppinky doll digital stamp.  I do love these whimsical girls. And their slightly melancholic expressions just about suit my mood at the moment. But crafting is cheering me up!

The challenge was to use the following colour scheme… or at least 3 colours of it.

Well I am pretty confident I managed to capture those colours albeit in a slightly more vintage way. 

So pop over to the blog and see how the rest of the team uses those colours. 

Happy crafting!

Catherine 

Design Team, Digital stamps, Top Note

DT: Craftyhazelnuts patterned paper challenge

Wow, how is it already the 1st of May?  Time is certainly flying by!

I have another Design Team post to share for the Craftyhazelnuts patterned paper challenge.   Only rule is to use patterned paper!

I used the Sasayaki Glitter picking flowers image and then die cut it using the Top Note Big die.  The patterned paper I used was from the stash and love the cute polka dot.
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Happy crafting!

Catherine

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Christmas flurries

I decided I wanted to play with embossing the other day and ended up making a Christmas card…. yes I know tonight is bonfire night and I was trying not to make christmas cards as bored of them but still… It happened! Plus I had to share a scheduled post as I’ve been pretty unwell today with my anxiety. 😦

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I started with the festive flurry snowflakes and then started adding some colour… Tumbled Glass to start with and then Salty Ocean. … love how the embossed snowflakes glow.  I then decided to use the Top note die and a large sentiment I had to create the topper.   Then some more inking was needed, I also heat embossed the sentiment stamp over the ink.

Then I added this with some die cut swirls coming out from underneath and some gems to finish.

Fun and frosty.

Happy crafting!

Catherine