Up here in Calgary, we have had a lot of sunshine this summer (a bit too much actually), so when Tiddly Inks decided to go with “Summer Song” as the challenge this week, I decided to pick one of the favourite songs of both of my daughters. It’s a not a “summer” song per se, but it’s definitely a favourite in our house!
This card was created with one of my favourite stamps called Wryn- Swinging By. My youngest daughter is always hanging upside down, climbing and jumping off of things, etc. so I love having a stamp that I can use for her that shows energy, movement a bit of that energetic spirit she has. I don;t think that is easy to capture in an image, but I think Christy nailed it with this image.
As usual, I used my trusty Copics to colour her up (I need some refills by the way – anyone know of a good Canadian online supplier?) to match some leftover pieces of Doodlebug paper I had from the Happy Harvest collection. Layering small pieces is a great way to use up some of those scraps that you just can’t bear to part with as your stack dwindles! The sentiment was hand-lettered with my trusty Sakura pen with just a bit of extra doodling to give more of an illusion of movement. I sure love this little cutie.
So, as usual, you are most humbly invited to join this weeks challenge 162 over at Tiddly Inks! We always love to see what you create!
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Happy Canada Day everyone! Whether you are in Canada or not, it’s a great day to celebrate!
Given that I happen to be a “scrappy Canuck”, I couldn’t let the holiday pass without at least a little bit of craftiness, so I decided to use the super cute new stamp from Tiddly Inks called “Patriotic Wryn” for a little card. This version of Wryn actually comes as a bonus image when you purchase the digi called Wryn The BBQ Queen (and I’ll have that one to show you later in the week). The generic flag makes her perfect for celebrating all sorts of events – whether it’s the celebration of a country, a sports team, or even a birthday – just pick your colours and you are set to go! I grabbed some Doodlebug paper and some May Arts eyelet and velvet ribbon to finish off this red and white bonanza!
I am off to celebrate with a bit of BBQing myself, so if you are a fellow Canadian, I hope you have the chance to put your feet up today and take a few minutes to give thanks for this great country we call home. And to everyone else, go ahead and have some poutine on us! On Canada Day, the calories don’t count!
It’s challenge day over at Tiddly Inks
, and this time we thought we would go with some flowery goodness. We all love those flowers don’t we?!! So perfect for so many occasions too, so the next challenge is… May Flowers!
Grab your favourite Tiddly Inks stamp or digital image and think along the lines of..
Images/stamps with flowers, making your own flowers,
flower themed papers/ embellies!
(**remember…We love to see any new creation, a card, 3D project, journal page etc
but you must use a Tiddly Inks stamp or image to be eligible for the prize**)
I decided to work with –Wryn Swinging By
– a newer release by Christ. A lot of my cards need to go in the mail, so I like to keep things flat. So while I love making handmade flowers, most of my cards will not include them! But I do love to sneak the flowers in there, especially through the use of patterned paper. It’s an easy way to make so many different cards and images fit the theme! I pulled out my Doodlebug paper for this one, but what are your favourite floral papers?
We sure would love to see you join in on the challenge, and don’t forget to pop on over to the blog to see the amazing inspiration by all of the DT members!
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Good morning crafty friends! It’s Fabulous Friday time over on the Tiddly Inks challenge blog, so I thought I would share a bit of inspiration here at SCS as well!
This cute stamp (available in clear as well) is called Let Us Eat Cake, and she is darling. Perfect for young adults and grown ups alike, I think this stamp is pretty and cute without being “cutsie” (not that I think there is anything wrong with cutise as you may have already noticed). I coloured her up with Copics, focusing on matching them to some Doodlebug paper. I love the contrast of her black hair with all the bright colours – I am always a bit nervous to try curly black hair, but I think it was worth it for this one!The ribbons are from May Arts – a grosgrain/satin that is really fun, and my favourite eyelet.
Make sure you stop by the Tiddly Inks blog for more inspiration by the design team, and to check out all the new stamps (digi and clear) if you haven’t had a chance to do so yet!
Well, that’s it for me today! I hope you can find some time this weekend to do something you enjoy – crafting or otherwise! Thanks for stopping by!