Hey, y'all! Today was the first day of our 3-day crop at Archiver's, and we had a blast! I made some new friends and got lots done. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to finish most of my projects because I forgot my papers at home. Whoops! I'll have to remember those tomorrow! Here's what I've finished so far...
For this card I used a Sassy Studio Designs image. I just think it's so sweet! She was colored with Copics, then paper pieces I think next time I will let the bows be the same color as the dress and shoes. It looks better as a contrast, but let me tell you, it was a PitA to cut out! LOL
Sassy Studio Designs: Paper Piecing
Cute Card Thursday: Anything Goes
Crafty Sentiments Designs: Congratulations
This Easter card was created using a Simply B Stamp. Isn't she adorable? She was colored with Copics and a Spica marker. I also used my new nesting dies that I just LOVE. (Plus, the eggs were made with a Spellbinders die.)
Sweet Stamps: Easter
Crafts and Me: Light Airy Spring Colors
PaperPlay: Spring Colors
Crafty Ann's Challenge Blog: Spring into Spring
Crafty Catz: Spring is in the Air
Paper Pretties Monday: Easter Blessings
Paper Sundaes: Photo Inspiration
Ok, this next project was inspired by a challenge over at the Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls. They challenged us to take something cute and goth it up. Here's my something cute:
I know it's a cruddy picture, but it really was cute, I promise. It's a light tan, with dark brown, red and white accents. Unfortunately, I forgot my memory card so I had to save the picture to my camera. Then, when I got home, I realized that I didn't have a cord to connect my camera to my computer, so I had to take a picture of the picture on the camera with my phone and email it to myself. I looked online, but unfortunately couldn't find the correct box.
Here's how I gothed it up:
My stamp is from Simply B Stamps. She was colored using Copics. The papers are from DCWV's Immortal Love collection (red) and my stash (purple). Flowers and bats are also from my stash. The quote is one I absolutely love by Dean Koontz. I can't remember what book it came from, but I've remembered it for YEARS.
Haunted Design House: Can I Quote You On That?
Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls: Alter It - Goth Up Those Cuties
Scrapbook Sisters: Anything Goes
Forever Night: Purple, Red and Black
Whew! Quite a long post! Thanks for sticking around 'til the end. =D We'll see you all tomorrow with more projects (hopefully!).