Sir Owen

Hi crafty lovers. It’s Jasmina. I’m so excited to be sharing my card with you today. A couple days ago I got my Copics! I am such a big lover to the Christine’s boys images, so I choose Sir Owen and colured him. This stamp is perfect for all boys. If you need a card for a boy quickly jump to the store where you can see many beautiful stamps. This image and many more are available in digi and rubber.
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Have a great weekend!
Colours I used:
Skin: E000, E00, E02,R11
Hair: E15, E17,E19 + R20, R22, R24
Armor: C1, C3
Dies: Spellbinders Nestabilities S4-133, D4-131
Paper: Bazzill
Stamp: Sir Owen

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Sneak Peek!

Preview Image! 

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I am lucky this month to be previewing 2 new images, today 
will be the first one. I would like to thank Christine for this honor,
 I appreciate it more than I can express THANKYOU! 

Now about the image Baseball Owen is just adorable!
 He is perfect for any baseball fan.
 He can be colored to match any team, 
the colors I pick red and blue-gray with 
cute baseball paper from Me & My Big Ideas, witch 
should be the name of my blog hehe! 
I colored him up and decided to put him on a note book, 
I made it simple. A notebook shouldn’t have to much
establishments on it if your going to use it.
Now to my creation

now here is Baseball Owen colored up close

Thankyou for looking don’t forget to check back
at my blog Craftymama3 see my other
 preview later this month.
also hop over to the challenge blog
The Paper Nest Dolls Challenge Blog 

and see what you can win!

Thankyou again Have a wonderful week!

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The Dolls

Today I wanted to show you a new card that I have made using one of the digital stamps called The Dolls. It is a great image that can be used for almost any type of card.

I printed the image on white cardstock and started coloring it with my Copic Markers. I didn’t really know what kind of papers I was going to use for the card so I didn’t have any particular color scheme in mind then coloring.

When I was done coloring I cut the image out with my scissor and started thinking about how to make the card. 

I used a reddish cadstock for my base and then an old paper from what I think might be My Minds Eye. I made a simple backgrund for the image and placed it onto the card base. I realized that the image would be to big for the card so I cut it apart and placed one of the girls in front of the others instead of to the side. I used foam squares to make her stand out a little more.

For the sentiment I just cut a strip of patterned paper and cardstock and stamped a greeting.

Ofcourse I used some stickles to give the image some sparkle too 🙂

Hope you like the card.


Feel free to visit my personal blog for more cards made by me.


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