I thought I'd just catch up by posting a few of the cards I've created for Barbara Gray's shows on Create and Craft TV - I think I'm at least two shows behind showing you some of samples, so here goes:
This picture looks a bit lopsided but I really enjoyed colouring all these pansies and leaves with my Copics. The letter 'O' is embossed in green because I wanted it to stand out and the rest of the word 'flower' is stamped in Memento London Fog in the hope that it facded into the background a little. The gold filigree corners are from Wild Orchid Crafts. I don't recall this card being shown during the broadcast.
This was one of my favourite designs from the February show and it would appear that the audience agreed because the stamp sold out in a flash! I watercoloured the images on 300 gsm hot pressed, watercolour paper, tore the edges of the paper and finished with the corners cut from a Spellbinders die and some ribbon from my stash.
This was another favourite, the Mandarin Duck and Bullrushes. It reminds me of when I used to see one of these ducks regularly when I used to travel the Staffs and Worcs Canal and they are just so cute and colourful! This image was coloured with Copics and I created the clouds using a cardboard template I cut out with Stampin' Up Bashful Blue ink and an old make-up brush. I love creating skies this way. The vines are a Marianne die and the flowers are Sweetheart Blossoms from Wild Orchid Crafts.
I loved the simplicity of this card and I simply embossed the image with Moonglow Embossing Powder and it's a shame that you can't see from the picture how it shines different colours asyou move the image in the light. I recall that the presenter commented on the fact that I hadn't coloured the image but you can't please everyone! The DP is a really old one from my stash but I couldn't resist using it because it has the Lily of the valley on it.
Well before this post turns into a real marathon, I'll sign off and see you again soon.
Thanks for looking today and I'd love to read your comments!