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Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Garden Sprite by Robin Pushay

 
Hi there crafters,
Mira here today sharing a new project with you all!
I used this adorable new released image called Garden Sprite from the Robin Pushay.


Isn`t it a fabulous image, there is so much detail.
It is not a secret that I love using as many colours as I can. That is why I used rich colour palette.
It was a real challenge for me colouring this stamp. I hope my result and the image inspire you to dive deep in the magnificent fairytale world!
I coloured the image with my favorite Spectrum Noir markers:
Skin: FS 2,3,4,8,9;  CR4,5
Eyes: HB 1,2; TB4
Hair: GB 8,9,10; EB 2; LY 3;  CG3
Dress: DR 6,7; PL2,3
Wings: DR 6; PL 3; CG 1,2,3
Flowers and Leaves: HB 2,3; PL 1,2,3; PP 3,4; BP 1,2; DR 3,4,6; CT 3,4; CG 3,4 
Background: DG 1,2; CG 2,3; Blender

Wish you a colourful and magical week!

Monday, 22 August 2016

The East Wind - Untitled

Hello everyone! Delphine here today to share a little card using the East Wind "Untitled", one of the latest stamps released in the store, available both as digi and rubber stamp - and there are many more to see HERE


I love her beautiful eyes and long flowing hair! I coloured her using Copics and added a few details using Polychromos.


Skin: E000, 01, 11, 13, RV32, 34 + pencil
Hair: E31, 33, 25, 49, 59
Eyes: B02, 37, BV04
Top: B63, 66, 69
Background: B63 + Distress Ink


Thank you very much for your visit, you can go HERE to see all our newest products! 
Delphine xx

Saturday, 20 August 2016

Robin pushay Mermaid and her seahorse


Hi there crafters and followers


Elena F  here today sharing a new card I´ve made 



I love mermaids ....you know if you follow my work.


I usually put the colours I use but this time I´m on vacances and really can´t remember which ones I used.


I hope being inspiring for you
Nice day all



Friday, 19 August 2016

Robin Pushay - Garden Sprite

Good morning.
Nic here today to show you one of the new Robin Pushay rubber stamps available now in the Crafts and Me store.
The image is called Garden Sprite and she is gorgeous.
Here is my card:
Isn`t she just stunning, I love the expression on her face.

A close up of the sweet image which I have coloured with Promarkers and Flexmarkers and sprayed all over with a glitter spray.

and a side view.
Thanks so much for looking.
Please do go and check out all the other NEW PRODUCTS available in store and did your know that we also have a FACEBOOK page where you can share all your crafty makes made using CRAFTS AND ME IMAGES.There is lots of inspiration to see.
Hugs Nic.
xxx

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

image transfer

The wonderful images by Emily Luella are great for making an image transfer. 
You can find the images here



What do you need:
a background, I used a gelli print
an image printed with a laserjet printer 
mat gel medium (liquitex, golden, ara, deco art or any other brand)
mini mister
gesso



I removed the background of the image.


Put the image upside down on your background and trace the shape.
If there are words or numbers in your print, be sure to make a mirror image print, otherwise you won't be able to read it after you've made the transfer. 


Add a layer of gesso. 


Add a layer of gel medium on the image and let it dry. 
Add a layer of gel medium on the gesso also and let it dry. 

Add a second layer of gel medium on the image and glue the image on the gesso. 
Make sure that all the airbubbles are removed , use a old debit/creditcard to do this.

And let it dry completely, usually a night.


After it dried all night, spray water on the image and let it soak for a few seconds.


Rub away the paper.
You need to repeat this a few times before all the paper will be removed. When the image dries up white, it means that not all the paper is removed yet. so add water, let it soak and start rubbing again. 


When all the paper has been removed your image will look like this. 


I used this image and background for making an art journalpage. 

hope you'll like this little tutorial

hugs
Miranda

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

New ‘Punch of Colour Girls’ image by Hannah Lynn

*New*Punch of Colour Girls Digital Stamp
Good morning Crafts & Me fans, it’s Lisa here today with some inspiration for you.

There is a lovely new Punch of Colour Girls Digital Image in store from the fabulous artist Hannah Lynn.

Punch of Colours Girls (2)

As you will see from the store image above, the digi is a little larger but as I wanted to showcase that fabulous hair I printed it a little larger than usual and die cut it into a circle to fit my card layout.

I have coloured with Copics and there are more pictures and information on my blog Crafting Belle

Thank you for stopping.

Lisa

Monday, 8 August 2016

Winners - July Anything goes with optional summer memories

Thank You all once again for your fantastic entries!  They were so awesome last month, so many detailed card and creations!  Without further ado we have a winner chosen by random.org who wins a fantastic £15 voucher to spend at Crafts & Me and that winner is....



Well Done Tilly, please contact Teresa to arrange your prize!


Now onto our Top 3 which is always soooo hard to choose!  Thank You all for entering and if you didn't win this time, our new challenge is an Anything Goes and runs until the end of August x





Mel
Wow just wow Mel!  What a piece of work this is!  Please everyone pop over to see this fine piece of crafting in all its glory!



Soooo much detail and definitely evokes memories of summer!


Such gorgeous colours and the bow is amazing!


Well Done to all our winners and if you didn't win this month you can always join in our new challenge for August which is Anything Goes!