So its been awhile since I've posted anything. I honestly don't know how people keep up with their blogs.....maybe I'm just lazy?lol Anyway with Christmas just a week away and no recent post from me I thought I'd post a few things I had been working on this holiday season. Unfortunately I didn't write down the copic combos I used so this isn't going to be a real detailed post!
This hat is from the silhouette store designed by Needles 'n' knowledge it's their mourners hat. I turned into my version of the mad hatters hat for a gift to give a friend for Christmas. The playing cards are also from the silhouette store I sized them to my needs and distressed them. The door knob and key hole are by tim holtz and the other metal embellishments on the hat are from wild orchids. The display case I have it in is actually meant for a basketball it's the only thing I could find for the size I needed and price I wanted to pay, it worked out perfectly. I used a stencil I cut out on my silhouette from Bird's cards. On the top I used visible image "grunge flourish" and stamped it with stazon.
Next is a birthday card my mom requested made for the man that takes the pictures of the winning dogs in the dog shows here. I used my copic airbrush to accomplish the clouds. The cake is from Miss Kate Cuttables. The dog attaced to the balloons is from tiddly inks and the other dogs are from my favorite things "you make my tail wag".
Next I made our mailman a Christmas card. The digi stamp is from Make it Crafty "elf delivery system" It was just to much of a perfect title for a card for the mailman I couldn't help but use the name of the stamp on the card. I embossed the title with stampedious embossing powders and did the snow with a snow marker. Again colored in copics.
Finally I made this draw boxes to hold some mixed media canvases that my husband with give to his supervisors for Christmas. I topped the boxes off with Bow cards from Sandra's Scrapshop. I used digi stamps from Make it Crafty and Tiddly inks.
Thanks for stopping by! Hope you enjoyed my crafts as much as I enjoyed making them!