October 26, 2008
I bought this set awhile back and love all the possiblities you have with it. Cupcakes are the big thing and I thought a cupcake tree would make for a fun card. I used red jewels and put them in place of cherries, and highlighted the frosting with Copic Spica Glitter pens. Click on the picture if you would like to see more detail. Thanks for looking!
Stamps – Limitless Limbs (Pink Cat Studio)
Accessories – Basic Grey DP, circle Nestabilities, Spica Glitter pens, Copic Ciao markers, ribbon, red jewels
August 20, 2008
This little guy is from Pink Cat Studio. I love these animals, they’re so cute and I love their expressions. I cut out the cupcake he was holding and gave him a big cuppa joe. Some days I need a cup this big to get me going! LOL! Image was watercolored and accented with markers.
Stamps – Pink Cat Studio, Hero Arts
Accessories – Nestabilities
February 28, 2008
This was made for the Sketch Challenge a few weeks ago on SCS. Stamps are from Pink Cat Studio and the background was stamped using Simply Said. I love the color of this. The cat’s sweater and scarf were cut out and glued onto the image. The cat was colored using Prismacolor Pencils and blended with a stump and baby oil.
December 29, 2007
A quick card using my Pink Cat Studio stamps. I used Shimmery White card stock and the picture isn’t very good, but using blender pens with this card stock is a dream!
June 18, 2007
I absolutely adore these stamps from Pink Cat Studios! They are so fun and go perfectly with my Basic Grey paper. I stamped the image onto some scrap Basic Grey paper, cut out the sweater and glued it onto the main image. I wanted her to match the background paper. The oval scallop punch was used and I doodled the border. A few primas, pretty May Arts ribbon and some Stickles and this card was finished!
Cuttlebug embossing folder, Prisma colored pencils, blending stump and baby oil, lots of Stickles and a doodled border made this card quick!
This card took a little more time. I clear embossed the Asian symbols and used black and red Stickles for the cat. I was happy how this turned out.
A white gel pen was used on the scalloped border and another Cuttlebug embossing folder. Lime Stickles was added for a little glamour.