Monday, April 14, 2014

Sushi Dolls - Fae & Fox

Hello all. Today I'm sharing the first of my Sushi Dolls April DT projects using the adorable Fae & Fox. I thought I'd attempt to colour Fae and her little fox friend using my limited supply of Copic markers and my new Copic airbrush. The result is two cards that I'm really proud of.

Here's number one:

Cute, right? Susi draws the most darling images. She makes me look good.

Here's card number two:

So sweet. And maybe a little more sophisticated.

Here's another look at the Sushi Dolls April 2014 release.
Head on over to Susi's store and get a few digis of your very own. Then make something and join the conversation on our Sushi Dolls Facebook page. I look forward to seeing you there...

Supplies Used
stamps: Sushi Dolls Fae & Fox, a|s What's Up?
cardstock: Copic X-Press It, PTI select white, CTMH black, MME fine and dandy
ink: SSS black, Copics
other: Copic airbrush system, a|s what's up? dies, MFT pierced rectangle dies, ME landscape trio dies, EK Success circle punch

Hugs and Kisses.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Sushi Dolls Are Back!

Yes, that's right. After a brief hiatus, Susi is back with her adorable Sushi Dolls digis. And there are lots of smiles at my house. I love colouring up these little sweeties and you will too. Take a look at the new releases for April:
Cute, right?

I did some colouring this weekend and will have a few projects to share soon. Until then here are a few past Sushi Dolls cards to enjoy.
Sushi Doll Ani - original post here.

Sushi Doll MingNa - original post here.

Take a little time today and go enjoy a new Sushi Doll or two. Let me know what you create...

Hugs and Kisses.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

A Little More Scent-imental

So today I'm sharing the rest of the cards I created during my crafty session with scent-imental by PTI. When you're on a roll it's so easy to keep going. Look at all the pretty paper...

Here's the start of round two - the melon. I love this stamp. I love that the folks at PTI were able to keep all the parts separate so that you can ink up the melon in different colours, yet keep it simple enough that it was easy to create the final image. And that sentiment brings a smile to my face...

I wasn't quite sure what I was going to do with the Kisses. The wrappers are usually silver and I don't own any silver inks. Then I remembered I had some gold embossing powder and this little gem was born. The background paper is from the Jillibean Soup Christmas Eve Chowder 6x6 pad.

Next up is the cup of tea, just the way I like it - with a little touch of steam rising from the cup. I used some patterned paper scraps to cover the card base.

And last, but not least, the pumpkin. Once again, I used some scraps of patterned paper. I really love that I'm using up my supplies right now, making room for some of that great new stuff on my wishlist. All the journaling cards were edged with  Touch Twin Brush Marker BR134. The pumpkin is covered in Wink of Stella Clear and sealed with clear embossing since this card might make its way to OWH this year.

So there you have it. One more stamp set down, many more to go. Use Your Stamps 2014 is officially underway!

Supplies Used

Hugs and Kisses.