So this week it is the turn of Team A on Through the Craft Room Door to work with images from our generous sponsors – Oddball Art Co.
Normally I would choose one but this week I decided to work with both images and have published both on out challenge blog here
This image is called Queen for the Day and I enjoyed colouring this in using a combination of Spectrum Noir Colourblend and Dreamees fine liners to create the image. I used some paper which was gifted to me from the USA way back last year and I thought it suited the theme. I added some Pearls just to give it something dimensional.
This second image is called 12 Odd Oracles Sagittarius Zodiac and again I played around with some Distress Markers I found and some Spectrum Noir Metallic Markers and also some Dreamees Fine Liners. I didn’t know what to do with the image and I played around with some things on my Brother Scan and Cut. It didn’t really work the way I planned but I still used it and added some Dreamees pearls on for effect around the edge. No sentiment just incase someone wants the card and requests any additional sentiment. I used a Kraft card blank for a change.
I hope you like what I have created and please pop over to our challenge blog to see what my team members have made. And for those that don’t know, the Through the Craft Room Door Challenge blog is run by myself and my lovely friend Sheryl so do come and support us and enter the challenge if you wish.
Hello. I am back. Did you miss me? I missed two challenges because I rather embarrassingly ran out of suitable paper for my digi images and it took some time to get some more. But here I am, back for a challenge at Through the Craft Room Door.
The image we are using is called The Queen Bee and this is what I have created using the pre coloured image that is included in the set.
I have kept this simple. I decoupaged the image using my Brother Scan and Cut and layered this onto the pre designed background. I found some chipboard flowers in my stash and I have used some Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens to add some colour to match the design. I have deliberately not put a sentiment on this, I will leave that for when it is used, sometimes its easier to add a sentiment at a later date.
Hello and my apologies for not having blogged for a while. Bit naughty I know but I am back now.
This week on Through the Craft Room Door we are generously sponsored by LeAnnsWorld101 and you can find the digi shop here.
I have chosen to use the image LeAnn’s Party and below you can see how I have laid out the design
I chose a 8×8 inch card for the design and the mats and layers are all from paper which is in my stash and I have no idea of the brand – just loose sheets in a pile. I coloured the image using a combination of Dreamees finalisers, Spectrum Noir alcohol markers and some non branded metallic markers. The sentiment is from a set included with the latest issue of Crafters Companion magazine and I thought it was something different.
Hello and welcome to yet another challenge over at Through the Craft Room Door. This week we were sadly let down by a sponsor so we have all made something and Sheryl (my lady wonder wholes wonders with the blog and the DT) has contributed the prize.
For the challenge I was lucky in that it was my Mum’s birthday yesterday so I was making some cards and I have chosen to use this one for the challenge.
I used a fabulous stamp from Pink Ink Designs called Love Sewing and simply coloured it in with watercolour pencils as that was all it needed. I was so happy with the outcome and my mother loved it.
I hope you like my Dt project and don’t forget that you can enter the challenge too. For details please visit Through the Craft Room Door.
I coloured the image with as much sparkle as I could and kept to Christmas themed colours. Once coloured I mounted onto black and then red. I found a piece of green card which I knew would fit in with this. I fixed the green card to my base card and then added some ribbon as a background before mounting my image. So I have kept it as simple as possible. I may add a Merry Christmas at a later date or add the sentiment in Welsh I haven’t decided so I left it blank for now.
This week the team are using images from our sponsor SheepSki Designs for our anything goes challenge. I was really inspired by the images and chose two for the challenge and the third one we could have used I will use for something else.
I wanted to create some background for the challenge pieces so as you see a lot of scooters in and around Rome when you see TV clips I decided to a set of stamps by Rare Earth.
For Harley I have used a stamp from the Rome set and coloured with watercolour pencils before adding the image and mounting on the paper, I had chosen.
For Alana, I chose the Paris set by Rare Earth and again coloured in using watercolour pencils before mounting the image and creating my mat and layers.
I hope that you like both these images. The team have really brought the images to life this week.
If you feel inspired then please head over to Through the Craft Room Door and take our challenge? We love to see all your makes and you never know you could win a prize!
Thank you for stopping by and please pop by again soon.
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Hello and welcome to another challenge from Through the Craft Room Door. This week we are kindly sponsored by Sherry West Art. The image we are using this time is a new release called Poppi Pokkadott and each member of the DT has used the image in their own style.
Our challenge winner this time will receive 2 images of their choice from the Sherry West Etsy store so why don’t you take up the a challenge and make an entry. We love seeing what you make.
Here is my card for the June challenge over at Createful Heart. As this is the challenge before Independence Day I decided to use USA flag waving to honour my many American friends and I have loads of them!! I have simply used the image in two sizes and mounted on some silver mirri card. To finish the design I used a Tim Holtz stamp and mounted the whole design onto black card and accented with red, white and blue pearls. I hope you like it.
Hello crafting friends and welcome to another challenge which has been posted on Through the Craft Room Door, which has been sponsored this week by DRS designs.
For the challenge this week I have used the image Daffodil – Butterfly- Circle. I printed this image onto my chosen medium and then coloured in with my Spectrum Noir markers. Once satisfied with my image I, chose an 8×8 card and layered some black and yellow paper on it to complement the lovely daffodils. The sentiment was one I had laying around so I used that. It is a bright and cheerful card, and should put a smile on the face of anyone receiving it.
So if you would like to join our challenge this week please pop over to Through the Craft Room Door and join in the fun. The DT would love you to share your makes with us.
Hello again and welcome to another week over at Through the Craft Room Door where this week we are sponsored by Wink Wink Ink
The DT have come up with some wonderful samples and if you’d like to take a look then please visit Through the Craft Room Door, and whilst you are there why don’t you enter our anything goes challenge?
I have kept my design simple. I simply printed the image of the Narwhal out and cut it out. I managed to find some lovely blue textured paper in my stash and mounted it on that, adding a sentiment and some pearls.
Narwhal by Wink Wink Ink
Thanks for taking the time to look and do pop over and look at the challenge and enter yourself!