Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Halloween Turtle

I made a page in my journal, using the Rick St.dennis Halloween turtle (btw there is a turtle in Rick's shop for all occasions). I made the background by sponging Deco Art acrylic paint in neon colours.

see materials used underneath pic

Deco Art paints used : Americana Neons in Scorching Yellow and Electric Blue. Multisurface acrylic in Pink, and Americana acrylic in Orange Flame. For the trees and tombstones I made a maske fro Sizzix Alterations Dies (Graveyard and Branche tree) and spinges them with Deco Art Traditions in Carbon Black

The paints are sponged over eachother while they were still wet so they mixed into, what I think are, Halloween colours, I tried to create a landscape that was spooky and at the same time was not to dark.
The Tim Holtz dies were used to make stencils (used use cardstock it wil work fine).
The Turtle was coloured using Prismacolor pencil and cut out to glue on the page, the branches at the bottom of the page is an Inkadinkado stamp.

The senti I found on the net, no idea who thought of this one , there was no name in, but I thought it was so funny, I just had to use it. 
It must be the rat that said this to the turtle, but I am sure the turtle helped cover up the body, you can see that in his face.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

halloween card

 I made a card using a rubber stamp available at I Brake for Stamps, it is designed by Rick S.dennis and  this pretty lady is called miss Hagatha Crone. I made the background using Deco Art Media misters (in Yellow Green, Orange and purple), a Deco Art stencil, designed by Andy Skinner (Shredded), Americna Acrylic paint in orange flame and some stamps. Used a Deco Art paint glass marker in white to trace the stamps and the edges of the card

Also check out Rick's colouring books here

Thursday, October 1, 2015

RSD Progressive challenge

Another challenge over at the Sparkle and Glitter blog,  The image to be used is Alice. If you love colouring and a;ice check out Rick's colouring book Alice's 150 birthday here

I made Alice into a card

we can;t wait to see your entries here

Wednesday, September 30, 2015


I made a card using a rubber stamp designed by Rick St.dennis, available at I Brake For Stamps.

The imgage is coloured using Derwernt Inktense pencils , and the background ismade using Deco At Products: Andy Skinner Stencil Baroque, Deco Art Traditions Opaque white, Media shimmer misters in Yellow, Viole and Turquoise.

Also check out Rick's Alice 150 th birthday coloringbook here

Monday, September 21, 2015

the nights are drawing in

Part 2 of the HDH challenge, enter you creepy stuff here

I altered a thimple and because it was a gift I mate a matching giftbox .

Deco Art products used: Dazzling metallics in Moss Pearl, Ametyst and venetion  Gold.  Texture Glass, Americana Acrylic in Lamp black, Metallic Lustres in Black Shimmer, Silver Sparkle and Copper Kettle

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

rsd progressive challenge boardbook part 3

the new challenge starts today at Sparkle and Glitter, anything goes as long as you use a digital Image by Rick St.dennis

I have made a page in my altered board book using Versailles and also check out Rick's new colouring book for adults here

 Deco Art products used:

Media Misters in Turquoise, White, Orange, Primary Yellow, Violet.  Americana multi surface Neons in Pink and Blue. Dazzling Metallics in Amethyst and Teal, Glamour Dust glitter paint in Turquoise and Purpl Passion. Americana Sweet Mint. Stencils by Andy Skinner: Incognito, Tornado and Serendipity.Glass paint marker in black

there is a video how I made it here

Thursday, August 13, 2015

board book journal part 2

Another part of the board book journal project, with part 2 of the video on  my channel

Metallic Lustres in : Copper Kettle, Radiant Red, Black Shimmer, Gols Rush, Elegant Emerald, Silver Spark.
Black Gesso and Black Modeling paste from the Media line
 Rick St. Dennis digi used Jarrod and Jacosta

see how to in the video on my yuotube channel , see below

check out part 1 here

I will enter the following challenges