Foxy Friend…

2015-08-20 13.49.17

Hello Reader;

Today’s card is a simple coloured stamped image on a pre-made notecard base, I like to keep a small stock of these notecards so that i can make small cards quickly.  The image is from Penny Black and i have coloured it using spectrum noir pencils and then blended with fluid and stumps, then quickly mounted on to a notecard base.

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Charlie x

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Bicycle Letter set …

 

2016-02-20 19.37.39

Hello Reader;

I have a few pen pals who i write to regularly, and i find it very hard to find nice writing paper that doesn’t cost a fortune so i decided to stamp my own.  I just used printer paper and stamped the bicycle image then coloured it with coloured pencils.  I repeated that on to a second sheet and then on to the envelope.  I think i will make some more in the future as it means if i write more than i have paper, i can just quickly stamp another sheet, and it can be any theme i feel like at the time.

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Charlie x

I’m here for you …

2016-03-02 16.04.36

Hello Reader,

Today the card i am sharing with you, is made using a stamp from Stampin’ Up! i really liked the sentiment and i felt that it was a good one to have in the box ready for any rocky times.  I like to let my friends know i am there for them or thinking of them if things are difficult for a while and what better way than a handmade card.  I coloured the image with coloured pencils and for a change corner punched the layers to give a different look.

ttfn

Charlie x

Rainbow Fairy Tale…

 

2015-08-06 11.49.24

Hello Reader

Today i am sharing a pocket letter that i made for a swap.  I had had an idea floating around in my head for a pocket letter filled with sequins to create a sky feel, now this is a slightly different way for pocket letters as traditionally you fill the backs of the pockets with treats for your swap partner. The images are all from Lawn Fawn and are coloured in pencil.

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Charlie x

Flowering Fields

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Hello Reader,

Today i am sharing with you a card that i recently made for a class i was teaching.  This card uses a set from Stampin’ Up!, it was stamped and heat embossed in white and then coloured using pencils. Finished off with twine and a button.

ttfn

Charlie