Monday, 11 April 2016

Percy presents Mystic Island

Its been a dream of mine to have some of my work published, and that dream has come true some of my work is appearing on the new colouring book by Narelle Craven - Percy presents Mystic Island.
colouring for this book has been one heck of an awesome experience.

Monday, 8 February 2016

Some new colourings

Hi everyone Im just wanting to share some more colourings that I am really proud of trying different mediums and techniques
This is me using copic markers and prisma pencils
the artist is Bennett Klein
This is greyscale colouring using a photo from the very talented Alison Beare
I used prisma coloured pencils and blended with gamsol

Using Prisma coloured pencils for the Hearts A fire colouring book contest
I got a honourable mention for it the artist is Dawn Boyer

This is for a colouring book cover contest the Art is by the Broken Mind of Joes Ink
I used marker and pencil for this I also learnt that fluro markers don't scan

Friday, 18 December 2015

Mrs Naughty Claus

Hi everyone its not long till Christmas now, today Im sharing a card that Ive made for my husband for Christmas using the sexy Mrs Naughty Claus from Karleigh Sue Designs. To make my card I started off with a printed Christmas card blank and then added a Kaiser Journal card. I coloured my image with copic markers and then cut her out and popped her up with double sided foam tape. To embellish I used some glitter glue and christmas coloured sequins. Inside the card it reads ( is you ).
Here is the list of the colours that I have used.
E000,E00,E01,E21,E23,E25,G02,G03,G05,G09,R20,R22,R24,R27, and a gold gel pen.
To get this awesome image here is the link Mrs Naughty Claus

Monday, 14 December 2015

Home Cooked Hottie

Hi everyone today I'm sharing a card that I made using the uber cool digi Home Cooked Hottie by Karleigh Sue Designs.
This is such a versatile digi, you could use it to make an anniversary card, birthday card, Christmas Card and Mothers day card.
To make my card I started off with a red square card base then I used some cooking paper that I got ages ago in a craft magazine. I also used a circular chipboard referencing families that I had in my stash and some little heart chipboards.
I coloured my digi with copic markers cut her out and popped her up with double sided foam tape inside the chipboard circle.
Here are the copic markers that I used to colour with:
To find this awesome image here is the link Home Cooked Hottie

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Bedtime Mouse

Isn't this little mouse known as Bedtime Mouse over at Rick St Dennis MFA so adorable?
I just had to make a card with him. Look at those cuter than cute cat slippers he is wearing.
To make my card I started with a nay blue card base I then matted with yellow and then with a starry paper that I had in my stash I think from memory  may have got it from Big W. I then print my mouse out and coloured him with copic markers. I fussy cut him out and popped him up with double sided tape. To embellish I punched out a star and attached it to the card with twine. I added a wishes sentiment and a yellow gem to finish off.
The colours that I used are:
To find this adorable mouse here is the link Bedtime Mouse
You may also want to look at some of the other wonderful inspiration on Sparkle and Glitter Blog

Monday, 16 November 2015

Lighting up Christmas

Christmas is fast approaching and today Im sharing the Christmas Spirit with the adorable digi Twinkle Twinkle by Karleigh Sue Designs.
To make my card I have started with a stary base card then I put a red matt down. I printed my digi out and coloured with mostly copic markers but I used glittery gel pens for the christmas lights so that they would sparkle. I then attached my image to the red matt. To finish off I added some mini christmas light decorations and a sticker sentiment.
The copic markers that I used are:
To see some more awesome Karleigh Sue Inspiration here is the link Karleigh Sue Inspiration Blog

Sunday, 15 November 2015

Progressive Challenge November for Rick St Dennis MFA

Hi everyone, In Cairns Australia its really heating up so I thought Id share a summery creation with you for the Rick St Dennis progressive Challenge. Ive chosen to make a card using Helen's Mice July.
All the Rick St Dennis mice are awesome. 
To make my card I started with a chevron patterned base card because I thought it looked like water. I then matted in red. I printed my image out twice and coloured with copic markers. I fussy cut one of my images and popped it up with double sided tape. I then made a speech bubble and wrote the work hi in stickers. To finish off I added some gem droplets that I got from spotlight.
The colours that I used are:
To find this awesome image here is the link Helens Mice July
To see all the other design teams projects for the progressive challenge here is the link