Monday, 28 October 2013

Refuse To Grow Up!!

Thats the attitude!! I don't want to grow up either.  Inside all of us older people is an inner child just like this adorable digi from Mo's Digital Pencil. This is two Tasha.  The image was colored using copics with a touch of glitter added to the crown, as well I surounded the image with liquid pearl dots to draw attention to her.

 The image was matted first on a light yellow spellbinder die cut and then on a silhouette mat and card. I finished the card off with a bow and  my own sentiment.

Yellow is not a color I use very often but the DP2  Challenge this month is to use Mo's favorite color, so I thought I would give it a try. I find yellow hard to work with but, after looking at DP2s'  design team cards as well as other entrants I can see how beautiful yellow looks when it is used properly. OH Sigh!

DP2 Challenge #207- Mo's Favorite Color

Sunday, 6 October 2013


 Too funny!! Mo's hilarious digi stamp Whoopee! portrays what I feel like on my birthday, Tee Hee!  If you get her counterpart (Yeehaw!) then you have a perfect set of digs to use for my age group. The designer paper is from GCD Studio and glitter paper from DCWV and  the doily was cut on my Silhouette Cameo.
The image was colored once again using copics  with glitter added to both the hat and eyeshadow.  I-rock studs were used for the earrings and buttons as well as the corners.
 Sometimes I like to make my own sentiments with specific people in mind, so that is what I did with this one.

DP2 Challenge # 204- "H" is for...
Sister Act # 27 - Anything Goes 
Pennys Paper #147- Anything Goes 
4Krafty Girls#3- Anything Goes

Tuesday, 1 October 2013


 Another awesome image from Mo's Digital pencil, this time a more manly card. I always seem to make a lot more cards for children, babies and women. I colored this image using Copics, framed with Spell binder dies and Tim Holtz distressing Ink. Finished with stick on Gems. I actually had this made a few days ago and almost forgot to enter it in DP2 challenge.

 Sentiment- Art Impressions.

 sentiment- Cornish Heritage Farms

DP2 Challenge # 203- For the Boys