Sunday, 9 March 2014

Remember to love YOU

Hi ya, over at That Craft Place Challenge Blog our challenge for this next week is Anything Goes, we are also having a DT call.  It's a fantastic design team to be with, I have been with them for over two years now, I am part time at the moment and do their posts for them and the odd challenge but I would never want to leave as they are brilliant and so much fun, we have a DT facebook and we are always in contact regarding our lives.  Lisa the owner also has a bricks and mortar shop and a facebook shop that she offers a pigeon hole pay at the end of the month system, this means you can order bits, pop it in the pigeon hole and pay when you get paid :-)
I would like to enter the following challenges -
Artful Times Challenge Blog - Anything Goes
Crazy 4 Challenges - Be Sentimental - Remember to Love You
I Love Promarkers Challenge - One for the Girls
Papertake Weekly Challenge - Anything Goes



The main image is actually a Digi stamp from Ditzie Digi Designs,
which is part of That Craft Place.  I don't tend to work
with digis, but I am pleased with the outcome.
I printed the image onto Letraset manga paper, it's really thin so when
I cut it out and placed it on my canvas you couldn't really see
where the lines were.  I painted the canvas with Frescos, I made
some stencils with heart punches and used paint through some areas
and grunge paste on other areas.  When the grunge paste
was dry I painted them red then stamped with versamark and
gold embossing powder.  The image was coloured with promarkers, I
shaded around the image and hearts with a chalk pencil.
The main heart was made by using a heart stencil with 
grunge paste and then had micro beads on top.
I used black around the edges with treasure gold and also
used bits of gold embossing powder around the canvas.
I embossed on black card the sentiment that I actually made up,
it was something I need to say to myself :-)
All details of products are at the bottom of the page.







Right I better be off, hope you have a wonderful Sunday, I might be back with a Paperartsy make, but don't think I will get it finished in time :-(.
Happy Crafting :-)
Hugs Kezzy xxxxx

Recipe
Image - Ditzie Digi Designs
Paperartsy Grunge Paste
Crafters workshop Balzer designs mini mix and match hearts
Creative Expressions micro beads
Acetate, heart punches (for stencil)
Paperartsy Fresco paint - london bus, claret, blood orange, little black dress
Pebeo -rouge paint
Versamark
Cosmic Shimmer gold detail embossing powder
Treasure gold Brass
Canvas
Stamps - Stampendous (small alpha typewriter), Chocolate Baroque (mini script)
Black Card
Tattered Angels glimmer mist - mels diner
Letraset manga pad
Promarkers and Flexmarkers and Faber Castell Polychromas Pencils -
EYES - lush green, pine pens, chrome oxide green pencil
HAIR AND HEARTS - lipstick red, crimson, burgundy, cardinal red, amaranth red, black pens, dark red and red violet pencils
DRESS - black, cool grey 5,4,2 pens, dark sepia pencil
SKIN - burnt orange, coral, sunkissed pink, oatmeal, blush, cocktail pink, baby pink pens, flesh pencil

8 comments:

Lisa aka Myran said...

Really stunning card Kezzy! I love this image and all the bright red! Thanks for joining us at Papertake Weekly :)

chrissies said...

This is terrific with the eonderful red and black and the great image.

Thank you for sharing it with is at Artful Times

Love Chrissie x

As.I.Do.Rodos. said...

Fabulous card love the glitter. Thank you for joining us at I♥Promarkers good luck Ginny x

rachel said...

so cool Kerry - brilliant use of the digi - fab piece xx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Wonderful rich, deep red and great textures. You sound so happy with the the Design Team; they must be a nice friendly bunch. Julie Ann xxx

Von said...

Brilliantly executed canvas with attention to detail ☺
Thank you for sharing with us at Artful Times
Von x☺x

butterfly said...

That's some full-on glamour!
Alison x

Neet said...

This is so vivid a red and I love it!
I too am not into Digi images but I just love this and how you have used it (Think I am trying to remain a purist to rubber stamps although I do use the clear ones LOL).
What a stunning canvas you have produced and I bet it looks even better in real life with all the texture etc.
Thanks for sharing with us at Artful Times - Hugs, Neet xx