Trick or Tweet - Stampendous

Fall is around the corner and House-Mouse Designs® has the perfect images to get your coloring on! This has just been released by Stampendous in cling rubber.   It's availabe at 7 Kids College Fund.

Trick or Tweet

Super cute isn't it!!!!

Here is the color palette.......


Make It Minature - Tiddly Inks

Tiddly Inks next challenge starts today :)
hmmmm....this one stumped me.  The smallest I could go without going into resin and bezels was  this little post card with a postage stamp "Tiddly Style"

I used a few pieces from different dig's

Lots of inspiration from the team over at the Challenge Blog :)

Here is the Color Palette :)


Peek A Boo - Little Darlings

Hello, today I am sharing a little CandiBean inspiration for Little Darlings.
This little cutie is paired up with Maja Paper, Coffee in the Arbor

What's a card without my beloved Copic Markers and May Arts Ribbon :)
Here is the "Color Palette" feel free to pin it...

I'll be back soon.  Thanks for stopping by today!


Blooming Lovely Wendy - Di's Digital Stamps

It's time to start a new challenge at
This round is all about "Dies and Punches!

For the dies I used a really cool one from Stamp Doctor called the Flip Flop Die.  It is a floating flip 
flop die allowing the placement anywhere you would like.  I place in the middle and folded so the card pops up.  I also used Spellbinder dies and MFT dies pierced circle dies.  

This image is colored with Copic Markers.  Here is the Color Palette.  Feel free to Pin It :)

Until next time,
Here is a list of supplies used;


Timeless Tattered Flower for May Arts Ribbon

Hello!  For those who know me, know I love ribbon, flowers, Copic Markers, and Mixed Media.  Well, this project has it all!  It feels like forever ago that I've created a mixed media piece.  I really enjoyed creating this for the May Arts Ribbon round 2 audition for the Ribbonista's 2014-2015 Team.
I present to you...

Here is a quick and easy tutorial for making the tattered flower....Feel free to pin it :)

here is some additional photos and information on how to make this piece.

The clock was covered in two coats of gesso.  I air brushed it with E35, E27, E79, YG99, B39.  Gave it a few spritzed of alcohol...WAY COOL!!!  It dulled the Copic Colors against the gesso and separated it like gloss paper.  Finally I heated the clock with my heat tool in areas and dropped aged gold embossing powder on it.

The next steps were to cover a canvas and frame for a base.  Wrap and twist 1/4" sheer ribbon in olive
green (vine) from the base up and around the clock. Weave Peach 3" tule in and out of the sheer ribbon in the same way.  These are attached with my trusted glue gun.  

I attached the large flower  then proceed to create a couple more smaller versions.  Added small lace ribbon rosettes with tiny leaves made from faux canvas ribbon.

Let's not forget all of the metal fun...gears, cogs, clock and what ever else I found in my stash.

Thanks for coming by today!  I wish all of the talented ladies in this final found with May Arts Ribbon the best of luck.  xoxoxo

This is going to be an extensive shopping list...Have Fun shopping!!!