Sunday, January 20, 2013

Heart Boy

Going back to colouring in is a pleasure for me - a first love.  I have coloured in since childhood and always found it soothing - infact I won my first Colouring Competition when I was 10 years old and still have a the book I won.

I was thrilled to get some 'Happy Mail' from Penny Black Inc and find a few Whimsical stamps in it - love this darling his heart cling stamp

I have coloured him using Tsukineko Memento Markers, stamping, then colouring a second heart that has been cut out and popped up on foam tape.

and cut out the coloured image using Spellbinders A2 Distressed Edges Spellbinders™ Nestabilities® using the Spellbinders Grand Calibur® Machine.  I have used the Die as a Stencil, sponging with Tsukineko  Dessert Sand Memento Ink.

I have also used the Spellbinders Harlequin M-Bossabilities™ on the blue card - the checkers side, the sentiment tag is from my stash.  The bling is from Want2Scrap

This card is for the following challenges:
A Gem of a Challenge - Emboss it
 Penny Black Saturday Challenge - January Blues
Paper Crafting Journey - Anything goes
 Simply Create - Always anything goes
Crafting for all Seasons - Something New
Crafts and Me - Something new
Crafty Creations - Something New

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  1. Another fabulous creation my friend. Love the touch of dimension with the heart.

  2. Absolutely adorable! Thanks for playing with us in the Paper Crafting Journey Anything Goes Challenge!
    Leslie, DT

  3. Great male theme card and such an adorable image! Thanks for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge for our embossing challenge!
    Hugs xx Cara xx DT


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