Friday, 27 June 2014

Fairy Birthday & a little candy

Hello... I'm back with my Sugar Nellie DT card, and my second play with distress ink markers.  If you scroll down to the post before this one, you can see my first attempt, which I was much happier with.  This one was perhaps a bit over ambitious lol!


I've used another of those pretty ScrapBerry's girlies - this one is called Fairy Birthday.  And I have another of the stamps to give away - the set below, which is called Little Sister... so just add your name to the linky if you'd like to win her.  Like last week, I'm only leaving it open until tomorrow evening.

Off for a little catch up with your blogs... Hope you have a lovely evening :o)


26 comments:

riliska said...

Thanks for nice candy Lisa .

Chris x said...

im sitting on my hands trying not to buy these, they are beautiful stamps and your colouring is fantastic.
Chris x

Jennifer Scull said...

my goodness, this is such a sweet image! love your card! :)

Squirrel x said...

Wow, you got the hang of those markers quickly! Such a pretty result, love her. Hugs xx

Debs said...

It's beautiful Lisa - I think you have done a fabulous job with the colouring - such a superstar :o)
Your James card is also uber adorable :o)
Have a wonderful evening.
Debs xx

ps Thanks for the chance to win the gorgeous stamp xx

Faith A said...

Pretty pretty card and LOVE your colouring

Ali said...

Thanks for the chance to win a gorgeous stamp - I think you are too hard on yourself she looks stunning!!!

Lorraine said...

She looks gorgeous Lisa and beautifully coloured.
Thanks you for the chance to win the fab stamp.
Lorraine x

Sharon said...

Your card is gorgeous Lisa. The image is beautiful and thank you so much for the chance to win the adorable stamp.
Have a lovely weekend.
Hugs Sharon. x

Debs M said...

she is fabulous x

Jo said...

She's fab Lisa, a lovely card! Thanks for the chance to win!
hugs Jo x

Clevercrafter said...

Super job with the colouring on this sweet image.
Thanks for the chance to win such a pretty stamp set.
Lorraine

Margreet said...

I love your 2nd attempt Lisa....it coordinates just fine with the pretty papers!
Thanks for offering that adorable stamp as a candy!
xxx Margreet

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Lisa, I love the pretty image and your colouring is wonderful too.
hugs Sue xx

rachel said...

this is gorgeous Lisa - and thanks so much for the chance to win that beautiful stamp xx

Pollard Carole said...

Hi Lisa Thanks for the chance to win this fab stamp. I use distress ink pens quite often it took me a while to get away with it I found once I bought a decent paint brush and quality watercolour card it did help I also put them on a splodge mat first helps with blending. Keep practising as these are brilliant for first attempts I love that bear he's gorgeous. Love and Happy Crafting hugs Carole x

Lynsey said...

Hi Lisa, this is a gorgeous card! I think your colouring looks lovely with the distress ink pens! Thanks so much for the chance to win!
Hugs Lynsey x

Chrissy said...

She is fabulous Lisa and your colouring is wonderful..

luv CHRISSYxx

Jackie said...

Your colouring on both of these cards is excellent, they are both gorgeous :o)
Jackie xx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

I haven't entered as you know. I bought them, have yet to colour this up. Your colouring is pretty but not as much shading as when you use Copics but it all takes practice. Cute card though x

Debra Kenworthy said...

I think you've done a pretty great job with this cute image too! The markers are so different from your pens that you're bound not to feel as confident with the look achieved but you'll get there. Thank you for the giveaway it's always a lovely thing to do. Debra x

Mary J said...

Such a gorgeous card Lisa! And for the chance to win that gorgeous stamp!

Annette said...

Well she's different to James, but looks fab. The fussy images are so much harder to watercolour as there's not much room to get the shading right. (well that's my excuse anyway!). She's really pretty and you've got her wings looking really transparent. The watercolour really suits her, pale and soft. The new fairy images are adorable and I may have to splash out on a few, although I have so much uninked rubber ... still, that's never stopped me buying more before, so why change the habit of a crafty lifetime! :0)

Nikki C said...

This is adorable thank you for the chance to win :) hugs Nikki

Christine L said...

Of course, I love this beautiful fairy... and really, your DI marker colouring looks good to me.. but like you say, it takes a while to master... and I'm still trying!!hehe

Hugs
Christine x

elfenkind said...

Thanks for the chance to win a gorgeous stamp - I think you are too hard on yourself she looks stunning! I love this beautiful fairy.