There are some people and groups I really think that I would like to thank for being "here". This is for all of you :) This is the second real proper stamp image I stamp, and heheh, everything went fine until I thought "hmmm... it's a good idea to use fine liner to sharpen the images". Well, it wasn't.
Few drops of glitter glue to make a mess
Samuel Taylor is the place I bought the stamp it is soooo cute collection, can't remember the name thou
Button, pearls and twine from some bargain shops around Leeds.
No challenges but for saying THANK YOU!
Have to say this: Eeku, Lissu, Anu, Riikka, An, Satu, Ouppa, Marjo, Sirpa, Pike, Jose, Marke, Helena, Bisse, Taina, Töpö.. How come you are so kind and funny?!? If you just knew how nice it is to pop in for a chat and talk about all crafting etc. :D
All my old friend in this blogland already know me, and how important you are in my life. :) And real life as well. Of course. Mwaahhhhh!
He's so cool, isn't he? Colorine stinks, but the image is cool and cute and great and fun. You're getting the point? There is something about Kenny K images I like very much. Probably it's the cartoon style, face expressions, detailed finish and varity of characters for every taste and mood.
First time with Promarkers. (Hahah, it can be seen, but really, girl has to start from somewhere.Surely I've used that line before :D ) Coloring images is "my thing", I love it, although I'm rubbish.
Card is for a teenager who just finished his GCSEs and obviously he's a drummer. :)
Pic does not show the real colours. This looks like it was pink, but it's darker and purple. Or try to be at least. There is not much of embellishments, because it doesn't need much. Wanted to keep focusing on the drummer.
Cardstock - I keep cutting card blanks
Digi -Kenny K
Pens - Promarkers and a touch of Sepia from Prismacolors
Die Cut - Go Kreate, but I didn't have the die or die cut, so shape is drawn using a pencil and cut using scissors (Thank you, An)
Embellishments - Dovecraft brads x 4
Specials - First mess with Promarkers