Die Cut Cards

 

 
These two cards were made with three Spellbinder's die sets.  I have been collecting Spellbinder's dies for years and have almost never used them.  I decided to take a little break from coloring and start using the dies that I have spent so much money on over the years. I found the bottom card on Facebook it was done by Lynn Kramer-Put.  I was just floored at how gorgeous it was.  The bottom is very similar to the original except that I arranged some of the flowers differently.  The top was my spin on it.  I plan to make several more in fall colors.  These will be perfect for birthday cards.


Pretty Papers

 

I found this card done on Pinterest.  I have had this paper for a while and didn't really know what to do with it.  I was in need of birthday cards and thought these would be super easy to do.  I made several sets.  The paper if from Stampin' Up.

Jolly Snowmen 2


These digital images are by Deedle-Dee Doodles.They do not appear to be currently in business. The paper is from Stampin' Up.  It is colored with Copic markers.

Bluebird Birthday

 

 

I am finally starting to work on my birthday cards.  I used an image from A Day for Daisies for this one.  I's colored with Copic markers.  The paper is from Stampin' Up.  I think I need at least thirty birthday cards to finish out this year.

Jolly Snowmen

 

I made this card for Build Yourself  Holiday Cardmakers on Facebook.  I put a picture of their April Sketch Challenge below.  This particular challenge was quite difficult for me.  I have very poor vision now.  Making a small card is almost impossible.  I printed off the image larger and colored it with Copics.  Then I scanned  and brought it down to the required size.

Merry & Bright


 I made this card following the May 24 challenge at Splitcoast Christmas Card Challenge, Clothing.  He is by Mo's Digital Pencil.  I am finally getting to use some images that I have never used.  I'm not sure if I got it on him Patreon or if I bought him.  I didn't really like it a lot until I colored him.  Now I love how he turned out.  I colored him with Copic markers, pencils and white pen.  The die is by Spellbinder's.

Ugly Sweater

 

This is another image from Mo's Digital Pencil for Splitcoat's Christmas Card Challenge for May, Clothing.  I did this picture once before, but without the dog.  

First Santa for 2024

 

This is my first Santa for 2024.  I am entering it in the Christmas Card Challenge for May at Splitcoast, Clothing. The image is by Renata Berta Art on Etsy.  I colored the image with Copic markers.  The paper is from Stampin' Up.



New CCC Challenge card for May

 

This is the fitsy of my May CCC cards for Splitcoast.  The image is from Mo's Digital Pencil.  The image is colored with Copic markers.  I had some slight oopsies on this one so I covered them up with snowflakes.  I rather like the way they look!

 

 


This card is my first attempt at water coloring.  The original looks so pale compared to my coloring with my Copic markers.  I was able to brighten it up a bit in my photo program.  Unfortunately, that does not help in real life.  Not only did I not like my painting I spilled an entire cup of paintbrush water on my craft desk.  Geez!  This card was made with the Spellbinder's Better Press system.

Finished all my April cards in March!

 

Here are all my April cards for Splitcoast Christmas Card Challenge.  The theme for April is Creatures.  All images are from Mo's Digital Pencil and are colored with Copics and pencils.  On to some desperately needed birthday cards now that I'm ahead!






Pa Rum Pum Pum Pum

 

 This is another favorite of my Mo's digital Pencil Christmas images.  This is my final card for the March Christmas Card challenge at Splitcoast.  Next up is Critters for April.  I have some cute Mo's images lined up for that!  This image was colored with Copics and pencils.

Almost done with March cards!

 

I used an image from Mo's Digital Pencil.  She is colored with Copics, pencils and pastels.  This is the third time I attempted coloring her.  The other two I threw away.  I followed the Mo's coloring of her this time.  This one I still don't like, but I thought I would put her on a card and see if I liked it any better.  Slightly better. I think this image will be retired for me now.  I also read this week that Mo requests that the watermarks be put across the image to prevent theft.

Snowy Friends

 
This my third card for the children theme at Splitcoast CCC.  I chose this cute image by Mo's Digital Pencil.  I love the adorable snowman.  I have had this paper in my stash for years so I no longer remember who it is from.  I colored the image with Copic markers.
 
 
 
 

 
 

Paper and Boxes are More Fun!

It feels good to be making some cards again!  This is my second card for the March challenge which is children.  This is an image by Mo's Digital Pencil.  I colored him with Copic markers and pencils.  I think I did this image once before, but threw it in the circular file.  I remember having a really difficult time with it.  This time I enjoyed the coloring.  Not doing DT's really relieves the pressure.  Especially when it is an image or theme that I don't really care for.

I think I might actually look fora challenge or two to put it into.  I haven't done that in ages.


I am entering it in the following challenges:

The Holly and the Ivy - Anything Christmas Goes

Merry Little Christmas Challenge -  Anything Christmas Goes

Peace On Earth Christmas Challenge - Christmas themed





This is My First March Card

 

 

This is my first card for the March Christmas challenge at Splitcoast.  I used a Mo's digital Pencil image that I have used a couple tomes already.  I never get tired of it.  I colored her with Copics and pencils.  The background is corrugated paper.  I haven't put on a sentiment yet.  I may or may not.

Die Cut Cards

      These two cards were made with three Spellbinder's die sets.  I have been collecting Spellbinder's dies for years and have alm...