this week’s lili’s little fairies challenge is ‘your favourite craft tool’ – if you guessed my paintbrush, you’d be right; and of course i also love my distress inks and letraset aquamarkers to colour with. this is an older teddy stamp, but still one of my favourite LOTV images and he’s coloured with distress inks. i’m also submitting this to the pretty little ribbon’s blossoms and butterflies theme and the tuesday alchemy mother dear challenge. thanks for popping by.
i made this card for my daughter just because she can never have too many bunny cards. i coloured the oh so sweet lili of the valley bunny cupcakes image with distress inks and i’m submitting it to these challenges: the lili’s little fairies anything goes, the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge (flipped vertically) and the paper players cupcake inspiration photo/mother’s day theme. thanks for popping by.
the lili’s little fairies challenge is to use your favourite lili of the valley stamp; this is the first LOTV stamp i bought and it’s still my favourite. i’m also submitting it to the anything goes theme at the let’s ink it up and pan pastel challenges. thanks for popping by.
the theme of lili of the valley’s Challenge 66 is Untraditional Christmas, so i was glad that i could participate as i’ve missed a few. i’m particularly fond of this teddy stamp; i wish there were more. (hint, hint). until i order some of the oh so cute Christmas stamps, this is the perfect image for a Christmas card for a friend in New Zealand. i watercoloured the image, added fibres, dew drops and a peeloff sentiment. i know some stampers refuse to use peeloffs, but it takes me just as much effort to align a sticker as it does to stamp with one hand. lol. Thanks for popping by.
i created this summer card for the lili of the valley four seasons challenge and the flutterby wednesday challenge, which is open-themed this week. the image is watercoloured and matted. thanks for popping by.
this is for a sketch challenge by Dawny, a DT member of LOTV. this image is the reason i started buying LOTV stamps. i used this teddy for the first time when i created a card in loving memory of my son in my splitcoaststampers’ gallery. because nothing seemed to fit in the space above the sentiment, i decided to add an edge to the lawn. thanks for popping by.
this week’s LOTV Challenge – is a sketch challenge by DT member Dawny. i love these teddies! my son passed away a year ago and they remind me of his drawing style; all his characters were so animated. the teddies also remind me of a stuffed teddy we “rescued” from the store shelf.