Wish Upon A Star...

Hi All

Christine here with you today... and I'm back amongst my favourite creatures... the fairies!

Today I've used 'Wish Upon a Star' - she has to be one of my favourite fairy images - as I've used her quite often!  This time I wanted to use pink (unusual for me - NOT!) - but I wanted to keep the pink very delicate... so brought out the colour by shading around the image, rather than colouring the image strongly itself.  

She's coloured with Copics...  and I've used a Marianne Craftables Die and a Noor Design border die.  Pop over to my blog HERE for more details.

'Wish upon a Star' is available as a digi image from Funky Kits by clicking on the link below which will take you straight there....

Thanks for looking today - do call by tomorrow to see more gorgeous inspiration... 

Hope you have a lovely day..

Christine xx

More hands make light work

Good morning, Fi here and I'm here we are with my Wednesday post!

Now here we have one of the new toppers from Sugar Nellie....gorgeous isn't it??  They come with several on the sheet...they are sooooo adorable and will available soon.

You can also get this cutie in digi format from Funky Kits and she called More hands make light work.

The papers are Basic Grey Evergreen, which are really pretty IRL!  I layered the papers onto bazzill card and doodled around the edges.. The flowers are a mix of pre made ones and my little poinsettia die. I also added red ribbon tied in a bow.  I then added some teeny pearls to finish off.

Remember to check out our challenge over on the Sugar Bowl.

Pop back for more sugar inspiration tomorrow.


Floral ladies.....

Hello everyone.....:o)

Vicky here today to share with you another one of our gorgeous Floral ladies....
and hopefully will be on the Funky Kits site later today...

I have used a mix of coloured card to create the base of my card...

Coloured her with my Copics and Spectrum Noir pencils....and added some
Stickles too...

and the layout was done using a mix of MFT dies....

for more details please pop over to my blog here...

So thanks for stopping by and have a lovely day too...

Vicky xx

Welcome our guest Debs

My names Deb's and i'm a craftoholic...lol...I live in Barnsley, South Yorkshire and have 2 children aged 14 and 11 and 3 furry babies too.

I've always been a little bit crafty and started out with cross stitch which i still like to do, I've also played around with decoupage but since joining blog land in 2009 and buying my first sugar Nellie stamps…I've travelled a very creative journey with alcohol markers. I mostly colour with Copic's now but still like to give my faithful promarkers an airing from time to time. I wouldn't say i have a specific style just that I love to colour.

For my first card I have used one of the new floral ladies which will be available soon from Funky Kits.

For this card I have used "Heavenly Angel"...isn't she gorgeous??

I have used "Peace Angel" for my last card

Thanks so much.


Good morning sugar fans, Fi here with your Friday posting!

Hope you are well!

Now I am sharing this wee card which I made using one of the new digi floral images...isn't she sweet??  You can buy her soon from Funky Kits.

I coloured this little sweetie with spectrum noirs and did a bit of shading with polychromos.  The papers are from LOTV...thought they looked well with the floral digis...yes that's right, there's more!!  I layered the papers and distressed each of the layers and doodled of course.  I added a piece of light blue lace to one of the layers, the flowers and leaves have been cut with die-namics dies.

Pop back tomorrow for some more inspiration.


Belle Flower

Good morning everyone ---- 

Janine here to share a bit of sugary love with you today. For my card this week I decided to not to do too much colouring and instead paper piece this beautiful stamp. Isn't she gorgeous - the stamp is called 'Belle Flower' and she's available to buy from Funkykits here.

The main image was stamped onto blue patterned paper, and then onto Neenah cardstock so I coloured her hair and skin in with Copic markers. The image was stamped again onto 2 different patterned papers, and then all the parts were cut out and glued into place on the main image. To finish off I added die cut flowers, gems and a touch of glitter.

For more details of everything I used please check out my blog here.
Thanks for dropping by, and don't forget to call tomorrow to see more cards from my fab teamies.
x Janine x

Something I spied

Good morning sugar fans, it's Fi here with your Wednesday inspiration!!

Not my own inspiration...I really haven't had time this week as I have been a bit under the weather so I popped over to the Sugar Bowl and I spied this little cutie!

Sheila has used Rosie on her card, now Rosie is available in either digi of rubber which is great for any colouring technique.  Sheila has used the rubber version and coloured the image with prisma pencils...isn't it lovely!!

Now pop over to the Sugar Bowl Challenge and check out how to enter this months challenge....

Remember there's lots of new images available at Funky Kits, and there should be the latest launch added this week...you don't want to miss them.

Pop back tomorrow for some more inspiration.