TTCRD-Any Thing Goes

We’re back with some inspiration for you to play along with this week’s Anything Goes Challenge at Through The Craftroom Door Blog

This week our Sponsor is

Living in Leeds, Yorkshire in the UK, working full time as a Management Accountant, currently working on 2 design teams and an obsessive crafter and creator of cards. I have no actual style as yet but do love the unusual and quirky. I may be known for producing cards in soft pastel colours.
I love anything arty. I’ve always drawn stuff, for as long as I can remember. In my younger days, I sold a few watercolour paintings. I recently found mixed media which is a joy and love creating canvases with flowers.
I had a battle with digital drawing for about a year and finally found some software I could gel with. January 2016 a challenge team I worked on was short of a designer’s images to create with so I drew some. I opened my shop a month later so I could sponsor challenges and give something back to the crafting world, to the lovely ladies who have supported me on my journey.
I’ve a Facebook group SheepSki Designs where I hold challenges, some for fun to win digis as well as my monthly card challenge. I’ve a SheepSki Designs challenge blog as well. Things are growing slowly (thankfully) so I still manage to spend at least a little time with my hubby 😀
You could be the lucky winner of 3 digital images of your choice.
We’ve used the Wild Roses Image and here’s our creation:
Dec 5
Looking forward to your creations!
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Underwater Journal Page

Hello everyone,

 

We are super thrilled to be a part of the Crafty Scrappers Design team and have an interesting tutorial for you’ll.

Today we’ll teach you a quick mixed media journal page.

Here’s a look at the page:

Supply list:
  • White card stock
  • White Gesso
  • Modelling paste
  • Craftyscrappers French Script Stencil
  • Craftyscrappers Shimmer Spray- Ocean Waves and Bitter Lemon
  • Craftyscrappers Stamp- Raining Hearts and Mermaid Wishes
  • Tim Holtz- Lattice Stencil
  • Zig Markers
  • Prima Emmanuella Fleur Die
  • Creative Expressions Delicate Fronds Die
  • Gauge
  • String
  • Distress Ink- Mermaid Lagoon
  • Glue
Hop on over to the craftyscrappers blog for the tutorial!

Tag Tutorial

Hello everyone,

We’re back today with an easy to make tag tutorial for you’ll at Mixed Media Mojo.

Before that did you check the ongoing challenge? Do check it out here.

Onto our tutorial now:

Supplies:

  • Manila Tag
  • Jet Black Archival Ink
  • Craftyscrappers- Raining Hearts and Mermaid Wishes
  • Dylusions- Fresh Lime, Vibrant Turquoise, Calypso Teal, Cut Grass
  • Tim Holtz Stencil- Flourish and Scribbles
  • Distress Ink- Peacock Feathers, Blueprint Sketch, Forest Moss
  • Zig markers

Step 1: Stamp using a background stamp and black archival ink onto your tag.

Step 2: Using Dylusions add colour on the tag, blending some shades on the tag.

Step 3: Use a stencil and stencil with Dylusions on the background

Step 4: Using distress inks and another stencil, add some more texture on the tag.

Step 5: Using a focal element stamp set, stamp on the background. Stamp focal elements on separate paper, colour and cut them. Then arrange them on the tag.

                              

      

Add string/cord and your tag is complete!

Hope you’re inspired to create and do participate in the ongoing challenge!