Friday, 21 November 2014

Zombies love presents too..............

Hi all, I thought I'd share my latest creation as part of the Rick St Dennis EDT. As the holiday season is fast approaching I thought I would get things rolling with a creepy card for Christmas. Rick has some fabulous creepy images in his ZIBBET AND ETSY Stores as well as cute too, but I'm partial to the creepy kind to fulfill my passion for art on the Dark Side.. I used  Rick's Digi image I Love My Prezzies ( it appears Zombies like prezzies too ) as the main focal point of the card. Coloured her up with copics and fussy cut and mounted onto black cardstock to make her pop. I then die cut a panel using one of my spellbinders dies to mount the sentiment which was composed in photoshop. Attached to a piece of grungy background paper with the corners rounded and inked to a pleasing manner. This was then attached to a black 300gsm cardstock base. The focal image was then placed in a pleasing manner using 3d foam tape to lift her off the page a little to make her stand out. A black satin bow was then attached to the side to finish off. Quite pleased how this one turned out.
Copics used :_
Dress - YG99, YG97,YG95.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by and read.
Hugs Fiona

Saturday, 15 November 2014

November's Progressive Challenge with Rick. Part One Take , Take 2.

Hi all,
WOW - What a month so far!!

I'm sure that most of you are aware that we've been having a DT call during October. Well, we had a tough time choosing from the fabulous makes that were entered, but the lucky few that were chosen are now on board. Some of those lucky ladies are going to be sharing their first projects today, some on 1st December for part 2. Others - you have to go and visit our facebook group to see what delights they have conjured up.
 Whilst you're there, Aletha has posted about the Facebook Art Contest - that's anything goes as well. Check it out!

The full EDT listings can be seen in the sidebar of the Sparkle and Glitter Blog if you want to go visit and leave some luuurrrvvveeee.

I hope you're enjoying the crisp weather. Just right for cozying up in your craft room with a Rick St Dennis image, from either the Etsy or Zibbet shops, and get making something for our progressive challenge.
Part 1 is "Anything Goes", for part 2 you have to use a specified image, and all that enter this month will get it FREE. It will be sent out towards the end of the month. You will need to enter your projects in the linky here to qualify.

I'm Super excited to announce that I am one of the lucky one's to be chosen for Rick's EDT. To say I'm a happy lady is a no brainer really. I have been collecting Rick's images for awhile now for my own personal pleasure and am excited to be showcasing them here for you all.
Below is my make using Knimbleknees Gherkin Christmas Elf Digi Stamp. As soon as I saw him I had to have him to create a countdown to Creepmas Block Calender. This was created using my Brother Scan N Cut. Then assembled and Mr KnimbleKnees Coloured, Fussy cut and then attached strategically in place. Quite please how this turned out and my Grandsons can't stop playing with it LOL.

Thanks for taking the time to stop by and read. Hope you will join us and play over at the Sparkle and Glitter blog.
Hugs Fiona.

Friday, 14 November 2014

Delicious Darkness Challenge #4

Time for a new challenge over at the Delicious Darkness blog has come round once again. The theme this time round is " Bloody Hell " and anything goes. So crack out the blood and gore supplies and play along with us this month. I decided to keep it simple for a change and create a card. I scored and folded a piece of 300 gsm cardstock to create a base for my card. I then printed out some background paper containing some fabulous blood splatters. cut to size and attached to the card base. I then printed Tombstone 1 from the delicious darkness store and coloured with my copics. Fussy cut the image once coloured and attached to a black cardstock mat, rounded the corners and attached to the card base. I then created a label in photoshop, printed, cut and attached to a piece of black cardstock and fussy cut. This was then attached to the card base using 3d foam tape to give depth and dimension. Not bad me thinks quite pleased how this one turned out.
I do hope you will join us for this months challenge. Can't wait to see what you create.
Thanks for stopping by.
Hugs Fiona.