This week at Stampin Royalty we have a colour challenge for you to try. The colours are shown below. I used the MDS program to create the coloured flowers from the Button Up stamp set. I then coloured them to the colours in the challenge, and hey presto, we have our card. Have a look at the other cards that the girls have created using these colours. I am sure that I am going to case one or two.
Thank goodness there is nothing on television at the moment. I get a chance to play in my craft room and enter a few challenges. This is another digital stamp courtesy of Sassy Cheryl. Below is the sketch I used from Sweet Sunday. All products are Stampin Up, except for the image. All colouring is done using my Copic Sketch Markers. Thanks for looking.
Oh wow. It has been such a long time since I have completed another challenge other than one for Stampin Royalty. This dynamic duo colours really caught my eye. I love these colours together. I have used everything Stampin Up, except for the digital stamp that is. The image is one from Sassy Cheryl. There is a link the left hand side of my blog if you are looking for the image. I'm sorry, I cant direct you any further than that. Click on the link below and it hopefully will send you straight to the challenge site.
This week at Stampin Royalty, we have a picture inspiration challenge for you to try. I love these colours and had no problem coming up with a card for this week. Whilst making this card, my hubby walked into my room and asked if this was for him. (He thinks he is the best). So I guess I have made this card for my hubby. Should have had the door shut. Surprise blown! Again, I have used the My Design Studio to create the face of my card. Although I also have this stamp in a wooden style, I thought it may come in very handy in digital as well.
This weeks challenge from Stampin Royalty is all about MUM. I thought I would give the MDS software a run to see what I could come up with. So here it is. Such a very fast way of creating a card front.
We have a colour challenge this week at Stampin Royalty. Using the colours below, I decided I would make a rather interesting birthday card using the stamp set Stippled Blossoms. This stamp set is becoming my favourite very quickly, and is extremely versatile. That is one of the many awesome things about Stampin Up. Everything is so versatile. Oh, almost forgot, if you want to purchase this stamp set, you can now click on my shopping icon on the right hand side of my blog, and purchase this yourself.
This week Challenge from Stampin Royalty is a photo challenge. I decided that I would use this digital stamp from Stampin up, Yes, Digital Stamp from Stampin Up. So this picture reminded me of cooking in the kitchen. I used the red floor as inspiration for the colours, but somehow the kitchen became a BBQ. Not sure how that happened, but its okay. The picture is for inspiration. You can purchase this little fellow through my online shop on the right hand side of my blog.
This week we have a Baby Themed challenge at Stampin Royalty. I decided for this challenge, I would grab some of my vast stash of retired designer papers and try to use them up. So if you are making a baby card at the moment, click the link below and check out some inspiration from the girls.
Stampin Royalty has a challenge this week called 'Ribbons and Pearls'.
I found this challenge a little bit challenging, as I live in a very male dominated household, and don't use ribbons or pearls as a focal point. Well, all in all, it turned out okay I think. I guess this card could be classified as either male or female, hmm.
Woohoo. My Design Studio has just hit the shores of Australia. I am one happy camper. You can download this program free for a 30 day trial period and play until your hearts content. I know that I will be. You can also purchase new content and downloads directly from my store. So, pop on over, create your very own shopping account and have a look at the all great things that we have to offer.
Stampin Up have been very kind to us Demonstrators this week. We now have the ability (well, YOU) have the ability to create an account with Stampin up and shop online. Although, you can still contact me directly and I will still place your order for you.
Using the sketch below, I have come up with this card. I really love this stamp set from Stampin Up called Stippled Blossoms. My colours for this card include, Concord Crush, Wisteria and White. The inks I have used are the same, but with a touch of Old olive and Pear Pizzazz.
This week at Stampin Royalty, we have a picture inspiration challenge. After quickly looking at the picture below, I decided that an Easter card was in order. I went with the Easter theme, hence the bunny in the background, used the colours from the picture and also dressed my card with flowers. Job done. Check out what the other girls have come up with. Don't be afraid to play along, I would love to see what you come up with.
Okay, so I have discovered that I am hopeless at blogging. I always seem to be missing the deadlines for posting my cards, and I have that much to blog (including Project life) it's not funny. I must schedule this blog into my routines and maybe I can get up to date. Sorry, if you have been waiting for this post.
The challenge at Stampin Royalty this week is a colour challenge.
I have used the stamp set from Stampin Up called Bootiful Occasions (spell check is going to love that one). I have not used this stamp set before, so I thought it was time that I used these boots on a card.
The theme for this week is Clean and Simple at Stampin Royalty. Well, I got the clean part okay I think, and the card was pretty simple to put together, so I guess you could say that it is indeed a clean and simple card. (Although it look harder than it actually was.) I used the Awash with Flowers stamp set from Stampin up, coloured with my favourite Copic Markers and glued it all together. Pop on over to Stampin Royalty and see what the girls have come up with.
Here is my card for Stampin Royalty's Sketch Challenge this week. I really wanted to make a card using the new stamp set I purchased a while ago called Kidoodles. It reminds me of my favourite stamp set Pun Fun. So I used Crumb cake, Whisper White, Daffodil Delight and Chocolate Chip as my card stock and Designer papers. The link to the challenge is below if you want to play along.
This weeks challenge at stampin royalty is a picture inspiration challenge. So check out the picture above and then use something in that picture to create your masterpiece. I basically used the colours in the picture for my inspiration. (Although, I could have used a darker pink), but it is still pretty cool.
Here is my card I made for the Stampin Royalty Colour Challenge this week.
I must admit, I had a few goes at making this card, couldn't quite get these colours to go the way I wanted them. That's why it a challenge though. So the stamp is from Stampin Up called Pedal Presents. I am addicted to this stamp set. I love using and colouring the bike. I hope you take the time to check out the Stampin Royalty challenge site, and see what you can come up with. Believe me, it really is a challenge.
Thank you all for your interest in my Copic Journal. I am really hoping that this link works and that everyone can download this properly. I have left it in an Excel file, just incase you want to make some changes to suit your own needs. Good luck, and please let me know how it works out for you.
Well, as it turn out, there was an issue with Google Docs that will not let me upload the document in Portrait mode, only in Landscape. Hopefully they will rectify this problem soon. However, if you would like that Excel document, leave your email with me and I will email it out to you.
Just one more thing. I have made the space for the examples larger so (if need be) you can either use your own digital images or stamps to colour. But, please let me know how it turns out.