Saturday, 17 October 2015

Lets Get Physical

Lets Get Physical, Physical I can't stop singing that lol!
Today Im sharing a card that I made with the Karleigh Sue digi stamp Work It Baby
Isn't she cool! I think this is going to be a valentines card for my hubby (I'm blushing)
To make my card I started with a blue base card and then matted in red. I then found a gym background on google images and printed it out. I then printed out my image and coloured with copic markers. I cut this baby out and popped her up with double sided foam tape. I found the sentiment on google and thought it was perfect. I added some gems to finish off.
The copic markers that I used are:
To find your own copy of Work it Baby here is the link Work It Baby
And for loads of Karleigh Sue inspiration here is the link for their blog Karleigh Sue Inspiration blog

Friday, 16 October 2015


Hi Everyone today I want to share with you a card that I made with the ever so gorgeous Karleigh Sue digi Lolita.
I made this as a Just for You card but I think that Im going to give it to a special friend for her birthday.
To make my card I started with a purple card blank I then matted with silver mirri card and then with a background that I bought from Crafts You Print. I printed out Lolita and coloured her with copic markers I then cut her out and popped her up on the background. To finish off I added my sentiment and a couple of gems.
Im really happy with how this card turned out.
The colours that I used are:
Heres the link so you too can have this awesome digi Lolita
There is some other fantastic inspiration over at the Karleigh Sue Inspiration Blog

Thursday, 15 October 2015


Hi everyone, I thought that Id have a go at a Make it crafty challenge. Ive made a card using the ever so pretty digital stamp called Crystal. 
I started my card by using a purple base card I then matted it with blue card stock and then with watercolour paper which I did some brush strokes on. I coloured Crystal with copic markers and then cut her out and popped her up on the water colour paper
the copic markers I used are:
Heres the link to Crystal
Im entering this in the make it colourful challenge over at make it crafty


Hi everyone for the progressive challenge this month we were given a wonderful colouring page from Rick St Dennis MFA of Alice in Wonderland.
I made my colouring into a card by printing it to fit on a blue card base. I then matted with red and then a clock paper from Kaiser Craft.
I printed my colouring sheet out twice so that I could pop Alice up. The background of the colouring was done using an assortment of markers that I have at home including some neon ones. Alice was coloured with copic markers then cut out and popped up with double sided foam tape. To finish my card off I added a gem and the sentiment 'wishes'
The copic markers that I used are:
To get your own Alice to colour here is the link Alice
Also don't forget to check out all the other creations on the Sparkle and Glitter Blog

Thursday, 1 October 2015

Ahoy Matey

Ahoy Matey! Shiver me timbers this is an awesome digi by Karleigh Sue Designs she is called 
Hawt Captain. I thought that I would do something a bit different to a card, so I made a door hanger.
I started with some white card stock and traced a door hanger that I had at home on to it. I then covered it with some wood grain paper from Kaiser craft. I then die cut the hole in the top.
I printed out Hawt Captain and coloured her with copic markers (Im pretty chuffed with my colouring in this project). I then cut her out and popped her up with double sided tape. I added a blackboard speech bubble and embossed ahoy matey in white. 
Here are the colours that I chose.
Heres the link for this awesome image Hawt Captain
Theres loads more inspiration over at the Karleigh Sue Inspiration blog