Friday, 2 October 2015

Woodware challenge - Sketch 46

Here is the sketch....

My version for the sketch this week uses my Woodware stamp JGS419 We Three Kings.
The stamp set has already made an appearance a few weeks ago on the Woodware blog and this card matches the tags I made for that post.
The crowns are gold embossed, cut out and stuck to the card with silicone glue.

The liquid pearls in gold added a nice finishing touch

Saturday, 26 September 2015

Woodware challenge - paper pieced Christmas

This card is made using one of the new Woodware Christmas stamps JGS196 Rocking horse.
A card made by Kim Reygate using the same stamp inspired me to make a similar one.
I've used the wording on the stamp set to create a text background which has
been stamped onto pink paper.

Monday, 14 September 2015

Woodware challenge - One colour wonder

A simple card in blues using JGS173 Primular wreath stamp.
I've coloured it in with Sakura Stardust pens which give a wonderful shimmer.
Embossed in gold onto linen card it also has a neat gold frame made from a peel off.
The greeting comes from another stamp set.

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Woodware challenge - trio of Christmas tags

My tags have been made with hand cut tag shapes using craft card.
I have used my Woodware set JGS419 We Three Kings which have
been stamped and gold embossed.
I have cut out the crowns and stuck them on to the tags with silicone glue
and then added liquid pearls onto the crowns.
The little text stamp that comes with the set is used to stamp the panels in green ink.

A close up showing the text used to make the background

Monday, 31 August 2015

woodware challenge - sketch 45

A very girlie card for a fashion conscious teenager!
I have used a Dutch Doobadoo stencil on the top panel, a text stamp on the
lower panel and my trainer stamp set JGS389.
I've used a Copic marker to create the dots on the shoes and have
added pink glitter glue to the laces.

here is the sketch 

Thursday, 27 August 2015

Woodware challenge - texture, texture, texture

My texture is on my background.
I've used a Dutch Doobadoo stencil and Dreamweaver white embossing paste
to create the look and feel of snow.
The image is a new stamp from Woodware, code JGS199, a cute little house on a hill.

Friday, 21 August 2015

Woodware challenge - Mechanical designs

Rather than a card with moving parts I have made a card with cogs and wheels to show the 'mechanical' design.
The design is embossed onto a heart shaped piece of metal using a Dreamweaver stencil.
Coloured with dye ink and I've added some clock parts too.

On the allotment

On the allotment
Another stamp inspiration?