Thank you The Hungryjpeg for sponsoring A Perfect Time to Craft this month. This was such a cute bundle to use.
I used these cute presents and elf boy to make this mini slim card for the holidays. Paper is from my stash. I used distressed ink to “color” the border.
This is such a cute image from Beat.paper called Alicia.
I colored her using copic markers. The background was made using distress inks and a technique from Jenn Shurkus class. The emboss folder is from my stash.
Thank you Beat.paper for sponsoring A Perfect Time to Craft.
For this months DT project, I decided to start my Christmas in July cards using Three Snowmen from Bugaboo stamps.
I used these cute snowmen into a slimline card using dies from Mama Elephant. The snowmen are colored with copic markers
Thank you Stampers Delights for sponsoring A Perfect Time to Craft this month. I used this cute image called Kawaii Make A Splash. This actually comes in a boy mermaid and girl mermaid, which I used in this card.
I colored the image with copic markets. I used a stencil and distress ink for the background. The fish are from Lawn Fawn stamps
I love this beautiful digital stamp from Fred She Said. It’s so versatile.
I used this to make a birthday card. I colored with copic markers. I added embellishments from my stash. I also used gel pens for the outline.
Thank you Fred She Said for sponsoring A Perfect Time to Craft.
Thank you Hungry JPEG for sponsoring A Perfect Time to Craft this month. This was a beautiful set to work with.
I used the background to make these two cards. I made hearts from scrap paper I had in my stash and a heart die.
The sentiments are also from a scrapbook paper package.
Thank you Charlie’s stamps for sponsoring A Perfect Time to Craft this month.
I used this unicorn digital stamp for my project. I colored with copies. The sun and rays are a stencil. The cloud are from Lawn Fawn.
I really love this image. I call my project, “school projects are going to be different this year”. I used a colored image from Fred She Said called Emma in her cool cap. The photo stamp is from Lawn Fawn.
The background is a scrapbook page I made for my daughter’s scrapbook.
Becky Conley illustrated this cute little critter for the Coffee Bean.
I colored the squirrel with copics and used distress inks for the background. I used the stamp from Lawn Fawn for the photo and sentiment.
Thank you Hungryjpeg for sponsoring A Perfect Time to Craft this month. I used Bee watercolor clip arts to make the beeutiful card!
I cut out a couple of the honeycombs to add a little peekaboo interaction in this card.