which was a Pirate theme, for National Talk Like a Pirate Day.
This is a really quick entry, as dinner is almost ready.
Stamps: Sugar Nellie (Pirate), Elzybells (Large Star), SU (Small Star), STaples (Sir Tim)
Pattern paper: All Aboard (English Paper Company) from Stamp Galaxy
Cardstock: Black, Dark Blue and Red from Prism plus textured White
Coloured with : COPICS, Brilliance Dewdrops
- Pattern Paper – English Paper Company
- Green Cardstock – Prism
- PM Buff, Cream and Brown cardstock
- Stamps: Fish and Basket (on the inside of the card) – Creative Expressions & Hand Stamped By (SU)
- COPIC Markers
- Chiaro Flo Clear Embossing Powder – SG-me!
- Palette Noir Ink
- Versamark & Lime Green Fluid Chalk Ink
- Green Stitched Ribbon – AMM
- Scor-it Board
- Cricut with Base Camp Cartridge
- Loopy Bard – Karen Foster
Used the Base Camp cartridge to cut the 80 and the postal stamp rectange and shadow background.
Stamped out the fish, roughly coloured in with COPICs, covered with Versamark and then several layers of Chiaro Flo (I know that it’s our own product, but it really is the most amazingly clear EP!).
Well, well, well …………. Peep Show won best Situation Comedy at the BAFTA’s last night, it was worth sitting through the whole thing just to see that. Such a shame the lovely David Mitchell didn’t win best Comedy Actor (he was robbed). I’m not a fan of Gavin & Stacy and don’t see the appeal of the fat chap, James somethingorother, who did win.
To celebrate I ordered the Series 1 of Peep Show for Rob (ohhh, I admit it me too) – who is now a massive convert to the series and a huge fan of the wonderful creation of Mark Corrigan.
Filed under Base Camp, Card, COPIC, Cricut, English Paper Co, Fluid Chalk Ink, Markers and Colouring, Palette Ink, Papermania, Prism, Ribbon, Scor it, Stampin' Up (SU), Stamping, Versamagic
Just a quick card using an image I coloured ages ago.
I’m loving the SU spiral punch, it’s great for defining an edge of something.
sorry folks, I’ve been M.I.A. – life just got way too hectic to be able to cope with blogging – in fact, I’ve not even crafted for weeks now.
A frenzy of activity yesterday produced this 50th Birthcard (which was a commission for one of my work pals).
sorry, really brief post.
This stamp is Lola with Flowers from the Simon & Lola collection that I received on Saturday. Isn’t it the cutest?
her birthday is the same day as our Toodles, so it’s always a mega cardmaking session at this time of the year.
I’m not sure I like this one at all, but it might grow on me (probably should have stamped the circle image in Black, and just may be the sugar coated scallop is a little too bright. What do you think is lacking/wrong with it?
No posting for me tomorrow as I’m off up to Ol’ London Town with my Pal straight from work, so won’t be getting home until about Midnight tomorrow.
I’ll be interested to hear what you have to say about this one, it’s always good to get constructive feedback – we don’t always like our own work, or can’t put our finger on the problem with something.
this is the other card I had to make last night. It’s basically the same layout, just the Boy with Ballon from Sugar Nellie image, and different English Paper Company papers from the Fun and Games pack.
COPIC colours: R20, YG03, R29, BV23, E00, C4, B45, B21, YG07, YR24, YR14