Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Turtle Stackers

These little turtle were so fun to color as a rainbow.  I only wish they were bigger but they're still on my list to color again.  They are Turtle Stackers from Art Impressions and I have my eye on the penguins next but time will tell.  The sentiment is the Hello Word Chipboard from Make it Crafty and was colored with Copic marker then sparkled with Art Anthology Sorbet dimensional paint.



Sunday, January 15, 2017

Magical Dragons

Sometimes I buy cute stamps just to entice my daughters to color along with me.  I think this one was proper bate so I hope to see some activity on that side of the desk.  This is Magical Dragons from My Favorite Things and I used the Bright Side of Life Chipboard sentiment from Make it Crafty.



Saturday, January 14, 2017

Felt Sewing

Here are a few felt animals/critters that I've made over the past few weeks.  The dog and elephant are patterns from the Pipsqueaks Itsy-Bitsy Felt Creations book.  I've done the elephant before so it was much easier to second time.  The dog was altered to have longer ears and to be larger than the pattern.  Then the inside of the ears was given a pattern fabric lining.  I don't remember where the snail came from but was an adaptation of one I saw on Pinterest.





Thursday, January 12, 2017

Bee Henry

Isn't this the cutest little guy?!  I thought with all the stripes on the onesie that he could be colored in all sorts of ways.  So this time I went with a valentines theme.  This is Bee Henry from CC Designs stamps and also using their Smoochie papers for the background. 




Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Magical Dragons

Here's another project I made with Magical Dragon by My Favorite Things.  I also used a variation of the Rainbow Clouds Chipboard from Make it Crafty to decorate the rest of the card.  The white was painted with Gesso and the colored rainbow was colored with Liquid Pearls.



Sunday, January 8, 2017

Animorphia Postcard Owl

I've been wanting to color some images by Kerby Rosanes and found a small booklet of Animorphia Postcards that were just the right size. I started out with the owl since I didn't have to think about the colors too much.  My daughter said she'd finish the little doodles on the back if she could mail it so I thought that was a good deal.