Jul 1, 2015

IDCB - Pattie's Creations & The Stamping Boutique

We're kicking off the summer fun at the
with two sponsors 

Beginning with 
I decided to use her image 
I used my Copic Pens for the image.  I decided to use some printed specialty paper I had laying around called, Hawkeye Stripe (TSC-899) and I used some Jolee stickers as embellishments.  
Thank you for sponsoring us this week!
Remember, it's always everything goes at the

For our next sponsor
Using their 
I began with printed paper of clouds and some really neat cobblestone paper.  A sticker with city skyline and a limo, which I extended by using my own metallic cardstock and drew in the windows using white opaque pen.
She was colored with Copic Pens, cut, and glossed up with Glossy Accent.  I also added white wire as steam coming out of her cup of latte.
She's such a fashionista...
A big thank you to both 
our sponsors for this week.
Remember, it's always everything goes at the
Thanks for passing by.

Jun 24, 2015

IDCB - Polkadoodles & Stitchy Bear Stamps

This week at the
we are being sponsored by 
I'll begin with Polkadoodles's image
Coloring was done with my 
The background scenery, hills, ocean and seagulls.  
After I completed all the coloring, I used glossy accent on several parts and ended it with a rub on that says,
(for further details on colors you can email me at n1sunrider@aol.com)

Our 2nd sponsor is 
and I am using their image named
Here I used blue & gray checkered cardstock as my background.  I cut the shield out of vellum paper, wrinkled it and went over it with my Distress Ink, Salty Ocean to highlight the creases.  
During these trying times in our world,  envisioned the wrinkles on the shield to represent how fragile our police departments are.   The blue wire represents the 
I punched tiny shields out of metallic card stock that fit perfectly on the officer's cap and on his chest.  I also added metallic card stock on the brim of the cap.  Can you find the vehicle?
  A combination of some Paper House 3D stickers were used as well as a metal embellishment with the word 

Hope you join in on the challenge over at the
where anything goes and see the work my team members created.
Thank you to our sponsors
for sharing their beautiful images with us.
Thank you for your visit.
Comments are always welcomed.

Jun 10, 2015


Hey everyone!
Playing along with 
where it's always 
Anything Goes!
We are being sponsored by
I'm using their 

Here I decided to use Glossy Paper and used my Alcohol Inks, Sail Boat Blue and Slate to create the streaks.
Used Distress Inks, Salty Ocean and Black Soot.
I had some Metallic drops from Colorbok (had them a long time).
Bazzill cardstock (African Daisy) and blue cardstock.
Copic Pens, Copic Green Spica PenGlue Dots, Pop Dots, Glossy Accent and Tape Runner.
Hope you enjoy my project!
Don't forget to stop by
and check out all their images.
Good luck if you decide to play with us at the
Come back soon!
Have a great day!

Jun 3, 2015

Inspiration Destination - A Day For Daisies

Over at the
we're playing with images from our sponsor,  
I decided to play with their image titled,
This time around I  decided to go with a tag.
I inked up the tag with Distress Inks, used the spritz/flick technique, distressed the edges using Tim Holtz Distressor tool.
Used Copic Pens on the image.  
Created a peekaboo tear, added pink adhesive netting, a Jolee's Sticker, crib and baby blocks.  Tied a piece of tulle on a mini pink baby pacifier.  
Swing by 
and view more of their wonderful images.  
Thanks for sponsoring us!
Don't forget!  Anything Goes at the
Thanks for coming by.
* For further details on this tag please email me at n1sunrider@aol.com 

May 27, 2015

Inspiration Destination - The Paper Shelter

Hello again!
Great to have you here!
Over at the 
Inspiration Destination Challenge Blog 
is being sponsored by 
The Paper Shelter.
I decided to use their beautiful image titled 
 Beginning with a 3x3 canvas I prepped the sides.  The image was printed onto my favorite paper which is 
solar white Super Smooth, 250 sheets #03249.  The best paper I've had for Copics and I love it!
Here are the Copic Pens I used:
E0000, E000, E02, E11, E31, E32, E35, E41, E51, FRYR, R22, R45, V93.
I also used a glitter pen.
Jolee stickers of Doves, Distress Ink, Broken China.
Swing over and see what other images you can find at 
The Paper Shelter 
and play along with us at the
Inspiration Destination Challenge Blog!
Thanks for your visit!