onsdag 22 juni 2016

KennyK Frankie Knuckles

Hi Crafters! Popping in today with a quick post showing you a card I´ve made using Frankie Knuckles from KennyK. I´ve cropped him, colored him with FC Polychromos pencils, given him a bow tie and an earring. He is one of my favorite images.

Dies from Tim Holtz, Marianne Design, Cheery Lynn, Nellie Snellen, Magnolia and GoKreate.
Cardstock in black and blue
Embossing plate from Darice
Others: filmstrip from Tim Holtz, black embossing powder, Distress Ink black soot

Have a lovely day
Hugs Lisa

onsdag 15 juni 2016

Guest Designer at CCC Digi Creations

Happy Wednesday Crafters! I hope you are well.
CCC Digi Creations have a new challenge starting today and I´m absolutely delighted to be their guest designer for this challenge. The theme is "Let´s Get Sentimental" and I´ve used the image 
Sports 9 so kindly given to me by Morgan´s Artworld

I do hope you will pop over to visit CCC Digi Creations to see all the fabulous creations made by their talented DT´s. They have challenges every fortnight starting the 1st and the 15th every month.  

Thank you so much CCC Digi Creations for asking me and thank you Morgan´s Artworld for this lovely image. This was such a fun card to make and this image suited me just perfect. I love making this type of card and I have a special recipient in mind for this one. He fishes a lot and he even looks like the man in the image so I´m quite sure this card will fit him like a glove.

The recipe for my card

Image Sports 9 from Morgan´s Artworld colored with FC Polychromos pencils
Dies from Tim Holtz, Marianne Design, Magnolia, Cheery Lynn and Spellbinders (I don't remember the brand of the die used for the fish on the fishing rod, sorry!)
Design paper from Prima, Rebellious Collection "Toxic"(it´s the green paper with the grid pattern in black)
Cardstock in black, white and Coredinations in green with light green core
Tickets and ruler are stamps from Tim Holtz, embossed and cut out
Fishing rod, fishing landing net and fishes are bought in a store for dollhouses
Others: embossing powder in black and military green, metal decorations from Finnabair, for the Happy Birthday sentiment I´ve used my Dymo 


Thanks for visiting today
Hugs Lisa

Anything Goes at Club KennyK

Hello Crafters!
Sharing with you today my DT card for KennyK with the theme we all love, Anything Goes. My card is made using the super sexy image Heidi Hot Rod and also a sentiment from the clearstamp set Dangerous Curves. You can find them both at www.kennykstamps.com.

The challenge starts today at our Facebook group Club KennyK and runs until the end of this month. This time there will be extra prizes beside the usual digis. How about the chance to win a 5 pen Chameleon marker set!!! There are 3 sets of these fabulous markers on stake here so welcome to join the fun.

I wanted a rusty look on my card so I´ve used these new rust effect pastes from Prima on some details. I´m so in love with them. They come in a set of three colors and together they are magical.

I was so happy finding that dirt bike die from Cheery Lynn so I could make a themed card for my Enduro loving brother in law´s 50th Birthday. 

Image Heidi Hot Rod from KennyK colored with Distress Ink re-inkers
Dies from Tim Holtz, Marianne Design, Cheery Lynn, Kaiserkraft, Lawn Fawn and Spellbinders
Design papers from Prima, the Romance Novel Collection
Cardstock in black
Dangerous Curves ticket/sentiment down at the right hand side is from the KennyK clearstamp set Dangerous Curves
The rust I´ve created using three different techniques: rust effect paste from Prima (on the frame and the wrench for example), embossing powder (the gears) or acrylic paint from DecoArt (the covered nuts)
The dirt bike is cut out with a die from Cheery Lynn and then covered with five colors of embossing powder and also a touch of the rust effect paste from Prima
The wrench I´ve bought in a hardware store, it´s also covered with the rust effect paste
The covered nuts at the three corners of the frame I´ve made using board from the set Industrial Elements (Tando Creative) colored with DecoArt acrylic paint raw umber and quinacridone gold 
The light I found laying on the garage floor at my hubby´s work
The Gasoline bottle and the helmet are charms (I´ve taken of the little ring at the top) 
The mask and the spark plug are from two different set of embelishments from Prima
The safety pin I think is from Michaels

Please don´t hesitate to ask if you need more details