“Once upon a time” by Ppinky is my very beautiful image I got to colour this month. Being October our theme at The Corrossive Challenge Blog http://corrosivechallengesbyjanet.blogspot.ca/ was of course Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I've coloured my image using my copics. Ppinky has the most amazingly beautiful and unique images( by far one of my favorite artists) be sure to go check out the Etsy Store. https://www.etsy.com/es/shop/ppinkydollsart. Also don't forget to enter your great creations at The Corrosive Challenge for super prizes from our sponsors and Good Luck to all of you :)
Hi Everyone! Welcome to my Corrosive Challenge Design Team project for August. This month I used “Ballerina” by “Mari Digi's” http://maridigisstore2.blogspot.ca/p/contato.html The challenge this month is HOT HOT HOT Summer. I coloured my image using my copics and then backed it onto a faux landscape by TatteredLace paper. I diecut a circle of double sided adhesive and added glitter to create my hot sun. “Shine Bright” is a fun sentiment from Mama Elephant and I like to use it as words of encouragement. Good Luck to everyone in our August challenge. http://corrosivechallengesbyjanet.blogspot.ca/
Hi Everyone here is my DT project for The Corrosive Challenge Blog. http://corrosivechallengesbyjanet.blogspot.ca/ This month I have used “Acorn Sprite” from one of our amazing sponsors Aurora Wings. http://aurorawings.com/ As always I have used my copics to colour this adorable image for our Animals/Nature challenge. Good luck to all the entries over on The Corrosive Challenge Blog.
Hi Everyone, this is my April project
for The Corrosive Challenge Blog. My image is “Susan RedHat Bear”
by Robyn's Fetish Stamps. Check out her Etsy store. one of our
awesome sponsors this month. Join us for some great prizes. Good
This is my entry for the new East Wind Blog Challenge “All Dressed Up”. I’ve created this card using the beautiful image “Aurora Bloom” from Unky and The East Wind. I’ve used my copic markers to colour her. Silver hair is very trendy right now, so I’ve tried combining my warm grays with some yellow to create this look. I never tire of colouring The East Wind images and I find I am inspired to colour beautifully no matter which image I choose. This project is one of my favourites; I just love black, red and cream.
This is my entry for the Aurora Wings Facebook challenge for February 2016 “Enchanted Garden” I’ve used two images by Mitzi the artist of Aurora Wings. The two images I used to create this project are “Angel of Sympathy and “Flower Maiden. All my colouring was done using my copic markers. I used glossy accents to create little dewdrops on the Calla Lilies. Using foam tape I rounded up the large Lilies after fussy cutting them from the original image to give it dimension. I layered the scalloped ovals on some coordinating patterned paper from my stash of paper to finish the project.
Hi Everyone, This is my entry for The East Wind "Friendship" challenge. I've played with the image to create a cozy scene. I've coloured it with my copics, popped one of the girls up with foam tape, to make it look like they are in a forest hanging out together. I cut two different patterned papers on the diagonal and attached them from the back to create the look of a single sheet. Again I used foam tape to pop the whole scene portion up for more dimension.
I've coloured this stunning image "Woman with Gardenias and Pearls" from the amazing art "Aurora Wings" https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/AuroraWings?ref=pr_faveshops with my copics. The black pearls were coloured using my black Wink of Stella to give them that extra sparkle. Using my Minc I foiled the sentiment and layered the card on some patterned paper to keep it simple and the image my focus.
This is my entry over on Kit and Clowder Facebook for their February Challenge by "Sweet Escape" I've coloured my image and the grass on the right with my Copics and used Wink of Stella on the heart. I then fussy cut my image and popped her up with foam tape on the background patterned paper. I've used multiple different patterned papers and dies for this project to create my scene. I wanted a soft sentiment to go with the soft look of my project and found this sweet little one by Hampton Art and thought it was perfect. I've embossed it using Hampton Art embossing powder in an off white colour and thought it looked perfect with the finished project.
Hi Everyone, this is my entry for My Favourite Colour Challenge on Stamps by Aurora Wings Facebook. I’ve used the adorable “Sprite Lily of the Valley” by Aurora Wings to create this 6x6 Valentine’s day card. The patterned paper is DCWV and the beautiful diecut sentiment is by Penny Black. I distressed the paper edges with Seedless Preserves Distress ink and then added some flowers and gems from my stash. I’ve coloured the image with my copics and sparkled up her face with some Wink of stella.
Aurora Wings January 2016 Winning entry Challenge "Favorite Colour"
My project was created using “Winter Fae” by “Morgan's Artworld”
https://sellfy.com/FaeEntertainment an amazing sponsor over on The Corrosive Challenge Blog. Go check it out and enter your wonderful creations in their monthly challenges for the chance to win awesome prizes from their very special sponsors.
I've used copics to colour my image and added some accents using some simple foiling techniques on the sentiment and stars. Using my favorite gold leafing pen I highlighted the edges to create a soft, elegant layered look while keeping the beautiful image the focus.
I can't wait to see all your creations at The Corrosive Challenge!!!