martedì 30 marzo 2021

"Hoppy" birthday

Hi crafty friends!

I'm here today, to share my latest card made using the lovely Magengo Digi stamps.

To start my card I printed all the images on X-Press blending paper and cut them with the Silhouette Cameo. Then I colored the image I need for the card with Copic Markers.

As a next thing I thought about the background coloring it too with Copic.

I put it on a A2 card base and  over I start to insert all the elements, I had previously colored ,using the mousse pads to add dimension.

Here some other pictures:

To make this I used the digi sets "Funny Frogs" and "Awesome day".

You could find them and many others  in the Magengo Etsy shop.

Thanks so much for stopping by and reading me!

Ciao ciao!

giovedì 25 marzo 2021

You color my world - Spring tulips by Alex Syberia Design

Hi crafty friends!

this is Nicoletta here to share the card I made for March release Instagram hop !

As always, Alex created some beautiful digital stamps that I’m sure you’ll love. For my card I chose to use the  "Spring Tulip A2 Card Panel" .


First off I printed the image on XPress It Blending card paper and then I colored it with Copic Markers.

I started with my lightest color, R30,  to continue with my darkest one,  R59,  using a flicking technique that it's basically a  very fast move of the brush tip with the final part  thicker  and lighter than the start point.

You could use the top of the tip or the side of the brush. In this case, and generally when I color flowers I prefer to use the top of the tip to have more definite strockes.

After the R59, I continued with my medium colors, the R37/R35/R32  and at the end with R30.

To intensify the shades I repeated these steps one or two more time adding in the zones I want more darker a little bit of W8.

Notate the when I color flowers I used to color one  petal a time

I cut an A2  black base card  and using the white acrylic paint I made  the drips and  over   themI added some  other white paint splatters.

Once the coloring is completed  I cut out the flower and I started to think about the card base.

I added the flowers coloring on the top of  black Cardstock  and using a rectangle stitched die I cut them togheter.

Then I glued the flower  on the top using  mousse pads to add dimension and I completed adding an embossed sentiment by Altenew who represent in totally, t he card idea.

The black background with  dripping ink represents the black and white  life's  routine and the red flower gives it  value thanks to all the people who stand beside us giving us their love, friendship and smiles.

That's that for today!

I hope you enjoyed this post ! be sure to take a look at the beautiful release by Alex in her Etsy shop here.

Ciao Ciao


lunedì 15 marzo 2021

Challenge #1 by Magengo

Hi crafty people!
As you have red in the title today start the first challenge by Magengo and I'm so happy to share the card I made as inspiration. 

For the 1st challenge we decided to keep it so simple and you could choose to follow the sketch, the color palette or both. Here is the guide line to follow:

You could find all details and  in the Magengochallenge's blog !  In addition you could dawnload a free stamps to use  to create your card.
And you know...I looking forward to seeing all your beautiful cards!!

To make my card I decided to follow the sketch and the color palette and I created a little scene using the lovely cows from the set Laundry day digital stamps set
To start I printed  and cut all the lovely digi stamps with the Silhouette Cameo and I colored every thing with Copic Markers.
Then I created the background using the Day Light stencil  and drawing the lawn by myself.
To make the top I cut a white rectangle and in the center I die cut a round window. I embossed it using a diamond embossing folder by We R  Memory Keepers and using the pad's foam I put it over the background.
To finish I simple added all the stamps I previously colored.

These the Magengo's products I used you could find in the Magengo Etsy store

The little birds are from the 

Hope to see many of you joining us at the Magengo first challenge and I can't wait to see your cards.
Thank you for stopping by!
Ciao Ciao

mercoledì 10 marzo 2021

Wishing you the happiest birthday

Hi everyone!

I'm  here with a new nspiration card!

Let me tell something about... so.. since I saw the "Sweet Love Cupcake" stamps set in the AlexSyberiadesign Etsy shop,    I felt in love with it and I was so inspired by the Alex's coloring.

Yesterday I celebrate  my daugher's  15th birthday, and when I was thinking at her birthday card I had no doubt about the stamp  I would use :-)

This is the result:

To make the card, I simply printed it on Copic X-Press blending paper and then I colored it with Copic Markers, emphasizing  details with Prismacolor pencils and a white gel pen.

I framed the image with a black line , I added the sentiment by Simon Says Stamp and the lovely sequins to give some shine point.

Here the coloring's detail:

This the
 "Sweet Love Cupcake" digi stamp I used:

My daughter appreciate it so much!! Hope you like it too.

Thank you for stopping by

Ciao Ciao


lunedì 8 marzo 2021

Make some noise

Hello everyone!
I'm here today to share a new card with you! 
I had so much fun joining with these adorable critters!

I used the "Birthday Scout" digi stamp set and as always I printed the digis I needed on X-press blenig paper and. the cut out them with the Silhouette Cameo and colored with Copic Markers.
To make the background I used the "Music Notes" stencil on a white cardstock and I embossed it in black.
Then I blended the distress ink Spun Sugar and Candle Apple  and in the top I stamped I little sentiment from a set by Mama Elephant.
I put it on the white base panel  and I framed it with a patterned die cut by Mama Elephant.
At the and I added the little monkey and the lovely mouse  and some music notes.

Here some details:

These the Magengo products I used you could find in the Etsy shop:

Hope you live my card!
Thank you for your time !

Ciao ciao!


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