As many of my fabbie fellow "Crunchies" know stamping is my passion, my former favs were LOTV, but since I have discovered digi stamps, and their fantastic ability to be resized I have fallen in love with Make It Crafty. I now have about 10 of their amazing images and just love the print quality and the way they colour up.
This card has been made for my amazing God-daughter's 18th Birthday. I have printed and coloured the fantastic Anastasia from Make It Crafty and then I have torn around the edges. The other papers are all torn and are from Kanban Industrial Collection and Graphics 45. I just loved the colours in the Graphics 45 paper and decided to base my colouring on those. Dovecraft chalks were used to shade the background to this gorgeous image.
The flowers were made with Tim Holtz Grunge Paper and then distressed and glittered. The 18 was cut on the Cricut. I made my gorgeous stick pins from my bead stash and the pretty butterfly is from a necklace I no longer wear. The card was stamped with TH distress in with a Papermania stamp.
I hope you all love this, as Much as I hope Charlie Lou will.
Yep, me again, I am still here.
I am not entering this card into any online competitions this week, but am going to be applying for a DT position with Make it Crafty. Although they are based in Australia and I live in the UK, I would love the opportunity to be part of this design team. I am fairly new to crafting (only a year in May 2012) and feel that I have grown and am still learning. Having only recently discovered the brilliant benefits on digi crafting - I cannot shout enough about their gorgeous stamps. Many of the cards in my postings during the last few months have been made using MIC stamps. Here is a link to one I made for my Daughter. She was in a school play and I used the image on a twisted easel card. I used the fantastic Elizabeth stamp and matched my papers and colours to my daughter's favourite ones. http://crunchiecrafts.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/with-love.html
I also used another of these fantastic images as a card for my hubby who left me in January for another woman. The image was "Anabelle". The card was for his birthday and the theme was a song ........ I chose "Jolene" by Dolly Parton, and this image fitted the description perfectly. (Sadly he never got the irony!!)
I am fascinated with the 3d kits they are producing and the gorgeous gingerbread houses are really taking my fancy, just perfect as gifts for my little ones at Easter. But then the fantastic chipboard embellies would be great on my cards, allowing me to add my own colours to such great shapes. Well I could go on and on about how much I am loving their fantastic products, and what would be on my wish list, but it would be remiss of me not to mention their new blog layout. It's great and sooo easy to use.
I think many of my fellow "Crunchies" will agree that card making is my fav type of crafting, but I am getting to the stage where a little bit of 3d would be fab. My embellies are getting bigger, and so are my cards, so perhaps this would be good. I also love cake making, can't you just see cupcakes inside that Gingerbread house, oooooh I can and now i'm hungry. I feel that being on such a fab team would give me further inspiration and the chance to use a range of products with which I have yet to experiment, further adding to my inspiration pot and experience.
Thanks for this opportunity Zoe and good luck to everyone else that has applied.