Showing posts with label Mo's Digital Pencil. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mo's Digital Pencil. Show all posts

Monday, May 14, 2012

Oh, The Places You'll Go!

Isn't this just the cutest little image of a toddler on his tricycle?!  It's a Mo's Digital Pencil image sold in rubber stamp form at Stamping Bella that I embossed in white.

My inspiration was a picture at the Australian Web Store, Hard to Find. from the Split Coast Stampers Inspiration Challenge on Saturday.  It was done in pink but I changed mine to blue and added the Memory Box die cut tree instead of stamping a tree.  I just love this quote from Dr. Seuss that comes with the image. 

This sweet little guy reminds me of my 20 month old grand nephew, Landon whom I just joyfully babysat for last Friday.  Here he is as I was holding him on my lap and reading a book to him - look at those blue eyes!
I brought a big sheet of packing paper with me and I had Landon lie on it and I traced loosely around him with a black marker - to make a Landon Paper doll.  I cut it out and I asked  him to 'color' it.  I told him we'd put it on the fridge to surprise his mum and dad when they got home.
 He really seemed to understand the concept that this represented a paper copy of him - he even kissed it! (too cute!)
I put it up on the fridge with a magnet but after it was there just a few minutes - he wanted to take it off  and walked back with it to his coloring table - I guess he wanted to do some more work on it!  He looked SO cute walking around with it!
Then he brought it back to the fridge to 'hang' it up again.  Always the little helper! "Here, Aunt Julia, please hang it up for me!"
After a hard morning of taking a walk around the neighborhood, playing kick ball in the yard, reading some books, having lunch and coloring his Landon paper doll -  he fell asleep on the sofa for a couple of hours.  A day well spent!

Stamps: Bye Bye Boy by Mo Manning purchased from Stamping Bella  
Paper: White, Spring Rain - PTI  
Ink: Versifine Onyx Black, Versamark, Ranger Distress Weathered Wood  
Accessories: hot gun, foam tape, white embossing powder, Arboscella tree die - Memory Box, key tag punch - SU

Saturday, April 14, 2012

My Hero

I have a cute little kid card to share with you today!
My super hero is a digi imge from Mo's Digital Pencil called 'Ta Da' from the Super Kid set. Don't you just love his skinny little legs in the grey wrinkled tights??!!  My sentiment is from Half Pint Heroes by Waltzingmouse.


I colored the image with Copics, die cut it with a circle Nestability, sponging it with Mustard Seed distress ink before taking it out of the die. I layered it to a pinking circle Nestability.  I cut the red star patterned paper with Tim Holtz Rosette die and layered it over the bottom strip. The background is embossed with Square Lattice from SU.

I'm entering this card in Mo's Digital challenge #130 - "I see SPOTS with a Mo Image."  My spots are actually stars so I hope this counts!!
Hope you're all having a great weekend!

Thanks so much for dropping by!
Stamps: Mo's Digital Pencil - Ta Da from the Super Kid Set, My Hero from Half Pint Heroes Set - Waltzingmousee

Paper: white, harvest gold, pure poppy , DP Text Style 2008 Bitty Star Basics - PTI, night of Navy - SU
Ink: Ranger Distress Mustard Seed, Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: thick foam tape, square lattice embossing folder - SU, circle and Pinking circle Nestabilities, Copics - B29, R20, T6, E35, E00, R29, Tim Holtz Paper Rosette Die, small oval punch - SU,

Thursday, December 29, 2011

The Princess and the Purse

I'm in the midst of cleaning out my craft room -  I have so much 'stuff' in there I have no room to stamp and no place to put my new goodies (I see other heads nodding!).  I've already filled 5 big boxes with stamps I no longer use and haven't even put a dent in the room!  It seems like an endless job - but I'm trying to do one section at a time and not think about now much more there is to go.  I know it will be worth it when I can stamp in a less 'cluttered' environment!

So -  here are 2 creations I did manage to create in the clutter -  both for Split Coast Challenges this week.

This little fairy birthday card was made for  3 challenges -  I was inspired by this  fairy from the Urban Art Loft from the Inspiration Challenge, the Ways to Use it challenge was to use a digital image and I was also inspired by this week's Queen for the Day Barbara's pretty cupcake thank you card  .   I was inspired by her framing her image with a Nestability, using a dotted background and using a banner for her sentiment.

I changed the size of my card to 4 1/4 x 4 1/4.  My Godchild looks just like this adorable fairy Tabia from Mo's Digital Pencil - so this will be for Eden's next birthday! (it's not till November so I hope I remember where I put it by then!)
And I made a little leopard purse for the Tuesday Teapot Challenge -  Our inspiration was a leopard teapot!
You will find this week's Teapot Tuesday challenge here in the SCS forums.

I used a purse die by PTI to create my little bag - cutting it out of cocoa card stock and layering some leopard patterned paper over it.  I added 3 ceramic brads with punched stars behind them down the center. My tag is a stamp from the Afternoon Tea set by Waltzingmouse . I tied it around my wrinkled seam tape bow with some book twine.

This will go to a friend with either a little cookie/candy treat, teabags or maybe a gift card inside!

Fairy Birthday
Stamps:  Fairy Tabia - digi image by Mo's Digital Pencil, Sentiment from MFT Pure Innocence-Birthday Princess
Paper: white, lavender moon, textstyle bitty star basics - PTI
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress Weathered Wood
Accessories: Copics - E00, E37, R20, RV23, RV11, BG10, Star Circle & Nested Lacey Pennants Nestabilities, Rhinestones - Kaiser, foam tape.

Leopard Purse
Stamps: Waltzingmouse - Afternoon Tea
Paper: Vintage Cream - PTI, Close to Cocoa & Choc Chip - SU, unknown DP
Ink: Archival Coffee, Ranger Distress Tea Dye
Accessories: wrinkled seam tape, book twine & purse die - Papertrey Ink, ceramic brads - Basic Grey, Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive, Micron 01 fine black pen, star punch - McGill

Friday, August 6, 2010

Bella & a Cup of Tea

Here's my little Bella with her rag doll - she's all dressed up in her ballerina petticoat for this weeks Tea Party over at Split Coast - we're even bringing some blooms and a little cup of tea! You can check out the Teapot Tuesday challenge here.

Bella is a digi image from Mo's Digital Pencil - I just love Mo's wonderful characters! My sentiment and tea cup are from Waltzingmouse Stamps


Be sure to stop by tomorrow for both the Waltzingmouse Sketch (we have a fun announcement to share with you!) and Speedy the Cat's Friends Challenge - lots going on here on Saturday!!


Stamps: Bella & rag doll - Mo's Digital Pencil, Sentiment - Waltzingmouse Afternoon Tea Sentiments, tea cup - Waltzingmouse Afternoon Tea
Paper: white - PTI, DP October Afternoon/Rain Boots, BoBunny/SeaFoam Dots
Ink: memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress Ink-Victorian Velvet
Accessories: Koh-I-Nor colour pencils, gamsol, copics, fence punch Martha Stewart

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Bella & Bronte and May Flowers

Don't you just love this little girl?!?!? She's Bella with her dog Bronte - a Mo's Pencil Digital Image.

She looks just like my Godchild, Eden - so of course, I had to buy her!! See the resemblance??!! This is Eden a year ago - but she still has that full head of curls!!
I made my card for Mo's Challenge #31 - to use a Mo's image and flowers. I made my own felt flower using my brand new Papertrey Ink flower dies - boy did they work well - they cut right through the felt using my Cuttlebug!

The sketch is Mojo Monday #139.

I used colored pencils and Gamsol to color Bella as well as a couple of Copics. Did you notice the cute bumblebee on the brad in the center of the flower? Cute huh!?

Stamps: Mo's Digital Pencil - Bella & Bronte
Paper: Dark chocolate, vintage cream - PTI, DP - October Afternoon/Rain Boots, Bella Blvd/Estate Sale/Nana's Apron
Ink: So saffron - SU
Accessories: Koh-I-Noor colour pencils, Gamsol, glue dot, felt, Flower dies - PTI, bee brad - Basic Grey, edge punch - Martha Stewart, foam dimensionals, glue dot, saddle stitched ribbon - PTI, Copics - E51, R20, E34, C6, sponge.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Want Some Cake?!

Doesn't this little hamster make you chuckle!?!?! He's a digi image from Mo's Digital Pencil and my card is for Mo's Thursday Challenge #25 - to use pastel colors. I used Mercy's Tuesday Sketch. The Happy Birthday is from the new Free Spirit - Sentiments by Waltzingmouse Stamps.

I colored the image with Copics and added crystal bling to the frosting like little sugar candies! The flower is a punch and the sentiment was stamped on the edge of a Labels Eight Nestability shape.

If you didn't see this post: check it out - you could win a WMS stamp set by leaving a comment! you have until Sunday night at 11:59 PM EST.

I appreciate your visit here today!

Stamps: Mo's Digital Pencil - Birthday Hamster digital image , Sentiment Waltzingmouse Stamps - Free Spirit Sentiments.
Paper: Sweet blush, aqua mist, white - PTI
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: sticky crystals, foam dimensionals, Labels Eight Nestabilities, Aqua Mist Satin Ribbon - PTI, Punch a bunch flower punch, Copics - Y21, Y17, R32, R20, C1, BG32, BG10, E35, E34, E53

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Well Done Karate Boy!

Isn't this little karate boy adorable?!?! He is another cute digi image from Mo's Digital Pencil and I made my card for Challenge #21 - a color challenge to use blue, brown and one neutral color.

I colored Karate Boy with copics. I thought the brown twill looked like a karate brown belt.

The sentiment and little star are from the Earth Angel set by Waltzingmouse Stamps.

I used Mercy's Tuesday Sketch for my card today.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stamps: Karate Boy - Mo's Digital Pencil, sentiment and star - Earth Angel - Waltzingmouse Stamps
Paper: White, dark chocolate, aqua mist, DP Green tea leaves - PTI
Ink: Dark Chocolate
Accessories: Copics - E53, E37, E04, E13, E00, C1, R20, BG11, BG32, GB10, Zutter corner rounder, brown twill - Martha Stewart, foam dimensionals

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Mummu Takes a Twirl!

This is the image that first attracted me to Mo's Digi Pencil - Mummu is her name and I would absolutely LOVE to meet her in person - wouldn't you!?! You can tell that she is a free spirit -a flower child - with her braided hair, her leather sandles and peasant skirt!

I made this card for Mo's Digi Pencil Challenge #20 which is a sketch challenge. I colored Mummu with Copics. The background is embossed with the Hearts Block Cuttlebug folder.

They have challenges every Thursday over at Mo's Challenge blog so be sure to check them out!

The sentiment on my card is from the Roses Set by Waltzingmouse Stamps.

Just a reminder to check out the Waltzingmouse color challenge over at Stamping Around - someone's going to win the Spring Baskets stamp set!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Stamps: Mo's Digital Pencil - Mummu, Sentiment from Roses - Waltzingmouse Stamps
Paper: White, Bitty Dot Basics - PTI, Taken with Teal - SU
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories - Copics: E00, E39, BG10, BG11, BG49, R20, N2, Heart Blocks Cuttlebug folder, Rectangle Nestabilities

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

"So Grateful for Your Help" said Cinderella!

Here's my card for Mo's Digital Pencil challenge # 19 - 'Clean and Simple' - to use white or cream cardstock - one of Mo's images and one ribbon - that's it! No layers. Some of the samples had sentiments so I assume it was ok to use one.

I colored the 'Cinderella' digital image with copics, stamped the sentiment and then just stapled on the ribbon! My card is 4 1/4 x 4 1/4. It started out a 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 but I punched some holes on the top to loop a ribbon through and it looked 'yucky'! so I cut off the top of the card! You don't want to cross me - I tell ya!!! LOL!!!

These fun challenges get posted every Thursday and you can win a free digi image! I love working with Mo's images - they are just SO sweet!

Stamps: Mo' Digital Pencil Cinderella, sentiment - Blessed by You/Waltzingmouse Stamps
Paper: white - PTI
Accessories: ribbon - Michaels, stapler, copics: E51E00, E04, E13, G82, YR61, YR02, R20, RV11, R29, 0

Monday, February 15, 2010

Big Hugs!

Are you as in love with Mo's Digital Pencil images as I am??? They have some fun challenges over at their blog and this weeks Challenge #18 is a color challenge - to use pink, white, red and include a heart.

This is Patience on my card today - she loves her kitty SO much - she just wants to pick her up and squeeze her!!! I want to squeeze both of them!! LOL!!

The sketch is Karen Giron's and I used my Labels Three nestabilities to cut out the image. The sentiment is from Sweet Hearts by Waltzingmouse.

Thanks for coming by today!

Stamps: Mo's Digital Pencil -Patience, Sentiment - Waltzingmouse/Sweet Hearts
Paper: White, Dark Chocolate - PTI, DP - Bitty Dots Basics - PTI, K & Co/Smitten
Ink: Worn Lipstick, Tea Dye Distress - Ranger, Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Sponge, foam dimensionals, PTI Ribbon Raspberry Fizz, Labels Three Nestabilities, Copics: R35, R20, RV02, E00, YR29, N2, N6, BV31, BV04, E33, C1