My Lovely Followers

Monday, 28 September 2020

Cute Bears from Lili of the Valley

 

Images from Lili of the Valley never fail to make a nice card.  I used their new digi paper and image and overlayed the image onto the paper, I love this idea.  

I used Arteza pencils to colour the image.

Kraftcard Woodland Leaves


I used Distress Inks to colour the leaves, Fossilised Amber, Rusty Hinge, Vintage Photo, Forest Moss.

The nesting die is from the Picot Petite Collection by Becca Feeken, at Spellbinders.  And the sentiment is from Susan's new stamp set.

I added tiny drops of Glossy Accents randomly to the leaves and also to cover the ladybird.

Dies used:
Woodland Garden Leaves
Foliage & Ladybirds

Stamps Set:
Autumn Quotes

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.
Christine 

Saturday, 26 September 2020

Framed Button Chrystanthamums


 
I used and Olive Promarker to colour the leaves and blended a little Forest Moss DI to the edges to give a little dimension.  

I used white cardstock to cut the all of the flowers, then coloured them  with Adirondack Ink in Lettuce, Distress Inks in Victorian Velvet and Aged Mahogany using a finger dauber to add the ink  till I was happy with the colours. 

I used Nuvo drops for the berry branches.

I also added Glossy Accents to the ladybird.

Everything else used is from my own stash.

Die sets used are:
Daisy Chrystanthamum
Foliage & Ladybirds

Stamp set:
Autumn Quotes

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.

Links to the products:
If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commision at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated.

Friday, 25 September 2020

Button & Daisy Chrysanthamum Frame


Everything was cut from white cardstock and coloured with a Promarker and Distress Ink. The Daisy Chrysanths were coloured with Tulip Yellow Promarker, and orange PanPastel applied to the inner part of the petal.  The Button Chrysanths were coloured with Burnt Orange and Amber Promarkers. 

The Woodland Leaves were coloured using finger daubers and Distress Inks in the following colours, Barn Door, Vintage Photo, Rusty Hinge, Shabby Shutters, Fossilised Amber and Aged Mahogany.  Leaf details were added with Susans leaf tool and fine tweezers.

The berry branches were cut from brown cardstock, and Nuvo drops were used for the berries.

The coloured panel was made with Distress Inks.
The sentiment is from Susans new stamp set. 

Die sets used are:
Button & Daisy Chrysanthamum
Woodland Leaves
Foliage

Stamp set:
Autmn Quotes

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.

Links to the products: 

If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated.  

Thursday, 24 September 2020

Teapot Full of Coreopsis


The Eucalyptus leaves were cut from very pale green cardstock, everything else from white cardstock and coloured with a Promarker and Distress Ink.   

The Coreopsis were cut from burgundy cardstock and added a touch of Picket Fence Distress Ink to the tips of the petals.  The light Coreopsis were cut from white cardstock and coloured with Promarkers in Baby Pink and Pineapple Crush  The centres were cut from yellow card stock, and sprinked with yellow pollen.

Leaves were coloured with Promarker in Olive and Distress Ink in Forest Moss, and Picket Fence for the Eucalyptus leaves.   Details were added with Susans leaf tool and fine tweezers. 
 

The coloured panel was coloured with Distress Oxides and a little water. 

The sentiment is from Susans new stamp set.   


I also added Glossy Accents to the ladybird. 
 
Everything else used is from my own stash. 

 
Die sets used are: 

Coreopsis

Foliage & Ladybirds


Stamp set: 

Autmn Quotes 


Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.
Christine

Links to the products: 

If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated.  

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Oriental Poppy Bouquet


The Eucalyptus leaves were cut from very pale green cardstock, the rest of the leaves from white cardstock and coloured with a Promarker in Olive and Distress Ink in Forest Moss.  
I used very pale pink and a red cardstock for the Poppies and added a little black ink in the centre,  The stamens were cut from black card to which I added charcoal pollen to the tips after shaping them.  After I coloured the leaves with Olive Promarker, I blended a little of the Distress Ink on the edges for a bit more definition..  I also added Distress Ink to the Eucalyptus and blended Picket Fence Distress Ink on the leaves.  

The background was made using Brushos and a little water.

Everything else is from my stash.

Die sets used are:
Oriental Poppies
Foliage & Ladybirds

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.

Links to the products: 

If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated. 

Tuesday, 22 September 2020

Envelope of Woodland Leaves


The Eucalyptus leaves were cut from very pale green cardstock, and everything else from white cardstock and coloured with a Promarker and Distress Ink.  


The Woodland Garden Leaves were coloured using finger daubers and Distress Inks in the following colours, Barn Door, Vintage Photo, Rusty Hinge, Shabby Shutters, Fossilised Amber and Aged Mahogany.  Leaf details were added with Susans leaf tool and fine tweezers. 

The berry branches were cut from brown card and pearl drops added for the berries.
 

The sentiment is from Susans new stamp set.   

 
I also added Glossy Accents to the ladybird. 
 
Everything else used is from my own stash. 

 
Die sets used are: 

Woodland Garden Leaves

Foliage & Ladybirds

 

 Stamp set: 

Autmn Quotes 


Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.

Christine 

Links to the products:
If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commision at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated. 

Monday, 21 September 2020

White Autumn Hydrangea


I used white cardstock to cut the all of the flowers and leaves, then coloured petals  with Adirondack Ink in Lettuce, using a finger dauber to add the ink very lightly so it gave me a soft shaded look to the Hydrangea.  A Promarker in Olive for the leaves, with a little Forest Moss Distress Ink blended on the edges.  Once assembled I added tiny art stones into the centres, which I had coloured with green ink (I don't have Prills but these worked the same). 

After attaching the flowers to the base, I finished of with a quote from Susan's new stamp set.

The nesting die is from the Picot Petite Collection by Becca Feeken, at Spellbinders.

Anything else is from my stash.

Dies used:
Autumn Hydrangea
Foliage & Ladybirds

Stamp used:
Autumn Quotes

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.

Sunday, 20 September 2020

Oriental Poppies, Gaillardia and Coreopsis Frame


The Eucalyptus leaves were cut from very pale green cardstock, the rest of the leaves from white cardstock and coloured with a Promarker in Olive and Distress Ink in Forest Moss.  I also added Distress Ink to the Eucalyptus and blended Picket Fence Distress Ink on the leaves.  
I used red cardstock for the Poppies and added a little black ink in the centre,  The stamens were cut from black card to which I added charcoal pollen to the tips after shaping them. A white gel pen was used for the centre markings.  
The Gaillardia were cut from yellow cardstock and coloured with Pink Lobster and Carmine Promarkers.  The centres were also cut from yellow cardstock with brown pollen added.
The Coreopsis were cut from white cardstock and coloured with Baby Pink and Pineapple Crush Promarkers and the centres from brown cardstock with yellow pollen added.

After I coloured the leaves with Olive Promarker, I blended a little of the Distress Ink on the edges for a bit more definition..  

The sentiment is from Susans new stamp set.

Anything else is from my stash.

Die sets used are:
Oriental Poppies
Foliage & Ladybirds

Stamp set:
Autumn Quotes

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.

Links to the products:
If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commision at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated.

Saturday, 19 September 2020

Purple Button Chrysanthamums

I cut the flowers from white cardstock and coloured with Distress Ink in Seedless Preserve, Adirondack in Lettuce and Spectrum Noir in Crushed Velvet.  

I used the same colours to make the backgroun piece.

All leaves were cut from white cardstock and coloured with Olive Promarker.  The berry branches were cut from brown cardstock and red pearl maker for the berries.  The Woodlands Leaves were coloured with Distress Inks in Rusty Hinge, Shabby Shutters and Fossilised Amber.

I cut the berry branches from brown cardstock and used pearl maker for the berries.

Anything else used is from my stash.

Die sets used:
Button Chrystanthamums
Foliage & Ladybirds.
Woodland Leaves

I also added Glossy Accents to the ladybird.

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.
Christine 

Links to the products:
If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commision at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated.




 

Friday, 18 September 2020

Burgundy Coreopsis


I cut the flowers from burgundy cardstock and added a touch of Picket Fence Distress Ink to the tips of the petals.  The centres were cut from yellow card stock, and sprinked with yellow pollen.

All leaves were cut from white cardstock and coloured with Olive Promarker.  The berry branches were cut from brown cardstock and red pearl maker for the berries.

The nesting die is from the Picot Petite Collection by Becca Feeken, at Spellbinders.

The sentiment stamp is from my own stash.

Die sets used:
Coreopsis
Foliage & Ladybirds.

I also added Glossy Accents to the ladybird.

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.
Christine 

Links to the products:
If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commision at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated.

Thursday, 17 September 2020

Falling Woodland Leaves


The Oak leaves were cut from white cardstock and coloured with Distress Inks in Aged Mahogany, Fossilised Amber and Rusty Hinge, applied with finger daubers.
I used the leaf branch die from the Foliage & Ladybird set, for the tree branches, which were cut from white card and coloured with Distress Ink in Vintage Photo.

The sentiment is of course from Susan's new stamp set.

The nesting die is from the Picot Petite Collection by Becca Feeken, at Spellbinders.

I also added Glossy Accents to the ladybird.


Die sets used:
Woodland Leaves
Foliage & Ladybirds

Stamps set used:
Autumn Quotes

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.

Links to the products:
If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commision at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated.

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Autumn Hydrangea & Daisy Chrystanthamums

The Eucalyptus leaves were cut from very pale green cardstock, the rest of the leaves from white cardstock and coloured with  Promarkers, Adirondack Inks and Distress Ink. I used and Olive Promarker to colour the leaves and blended a little Forest Moss DI to the edges to give a little dimension.  I also added Distress Ink to the Eucalyptus and blended Picket Fence on the leaves.  

I used white cardstock to cut the all of the flowers, then coloured them  with Adirondack Ink in Lettuce, using a finger dauber to add the ink very lightly so it gave me a slight varigated look to the Hydrangea.  Once assembled I added tiny art stones into the centres, which I had coloured with green ink (I don't have Prills but these worked the same). 
I also used the Lettuce ink pad to colour the centres of the Daisy Chrysanths. The centres were cut from yellow cardstock, once the assembled and dry, I sprinkled art stones, again coloured with ink, randomly over the top.

I finished off with a sentiment from Susan's new stamp set.

I also added Glossy Accents to the ladybird.

Everything else used is from my own stash.

Die sets used are:
Autumn Hydrangea
Daisy Chrystanthamum
Foliage & Ladybirds

Stamp set:
Autumn Quotes

Please pop over to my teamies blogs to see their lovely floral creations too.

Links to the products:
If you buy the products through my links, I will receive a small commision at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for your support, it's very much appreciated.