Thursday, January 18, 2018

Maggie's Apples & Love You 2 Pizzas

Hello....
today I have a couple cards to share with you using a few of my Imagine That Digistamp sets.

First we have: 
I started by printing the image/sentiment on Xpress-it paper and then coloring it with Copic Markers.  Next I chose a brown card base, added a light brown patterned paper to the front of the card base and then matted the colored image with blue card stock.  Lastly, I assembled it altogether to complete the card.

Here is the full Imagine That Digistamp set I used:


Second, we have:
I started by printing the colored image/sentiment "Love You 2 Pizzas" on white card stock and then fussy cut it out.  I chose a blue card base and created a background paper with Tim Holtz Oxide inks and background stamp embossed with white embossing powder.  Lastly, I added the colored image, Happy Birthday sentiment and 3 jewel dots on top to bling it up a bit more.

Here is the full Imagine That Digistamp set I used:


I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did creating them.
Thanks so much for stopping by... see you again soon :)

Sandy "Copic Diva" Le Doux

Thursday, January 11, 2018

School Boy & Beary Merry

Hello Friends, 
Today I have a few designs I created using my Imagine That Digistamp sets to share with you.... hope you enjoy them.

School Boy
I started by printing the digistamp image/sentiment on Xpress-it paper and coloring it up with Copic Markers.  I chose a navy blue card base and added the colored image on top.  To finish it up I added some bling ABC letters.

Here is the Imagine That Digistamp set I used:


Next we have a 3D Bear card:

I started by printing the colored 3D kit on white card stock and then fussy cut all the pieces out.  Next (following the steps on the kit sheet), I layered the bear pieces with pop dots.  I chose a red card base, added a patterned/shimmery peppermint background paper and then I added the border holly from the kit and popped up the sentiment.  Lastly, I added the 3D bear and presents on top.

Here is a side view of 3D bear

On the 3D kit, there's this sweet picture of the bear and I didn't want it to go to waste so I decided to create another card using it :)
I chose a red card base, added vellum tree patterned paper and then a strip of red glitter paper.  Lastly, I matted the colored image with black card stock and popped it on top of the card.

Here is the 3D Kit I used:


These 3D kits are so much fun, if you'd like to get one for yourself, just click on the name above the image and it will take you to the shop.

Thanks for stopping by!
Sandy "Copic Diva" Le Doux

Thursday, January 4, 2018

5 Cards Using Imagine That Digistamp sets

Hello Y'all!!  Happy New Year!
I've been busy over the holidays, playing with my Imagine That Digistamp sets and today I have 5 new cards to share with you.  I'm so glad you stopped by to see them all... be sure to comment and let me know you were here :)

Let's get started:

Card 1 - Birthday Princess
I started by printing the image/sentiment on Xpress-it paper and coloring her with Copic Markers.  I chose a red card base and placed the colored image on top.

Here is the complete digistamp set I used:


Card 2 - I'm sorry
I started by printing the image/sentiment on Xpress-it paper and coloring it with Copic Markers.  I chose a mustard card base, created a watercolor looking background with oxide inks and placed the colored image on top.  Lastly I added a few gem stones for a little bling to finish it up.

Here is the complete digistamp set I used:


Card 3 - Happy Thanksgiving
I started by printing the image/sentiment on Xpress-it paper and coloring her with Copic Markers.  I chose a dark green card base, created a background using oxide inks on watercolor paper and a flower template. I cut out the sentiment/image, placed them on top and then added a flower to complete it.

Here is the complete digistamp set I used:


Card 4 - Gobble Gobble
I started by printing the images/sentiments on Xpress-it paper and coloring them with Copic Markers.  I chose an orange card base, created a background using oxide inks on watercolor paper and a designed template. I placed the colored image on top and added a bling leaf to complete the card.

Here are the complete digistamp sets I used:

Pilgrims                                              Lucky the Turkey
     

Card 5 - Season's Greetings
I started by printing the colored image & sentiment on Xpress-it paper.  I chose a red card base and a green card stock to mat the colored image.  I assembled it together and added a star to the top of the tree to bling it up a little.

Here are the complete digistamp sets I used:

Gingerbread Scene       (sentiment from) Elegant Ornaments
  

Wasn't that fun?!  I just love playing with my Imagine That Digistamp sets, they are so versatile.  If you have not tried them, you should visit the shop HERE and give it a go... there are some freebies in the freebie section to get you started.

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Sandy "Copic Diva" Le Doux

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Christmas Card Fun

Hello Everyone!
I hope you all had a Wonderful Christmas... I made some Christmas cards with my Imagine That Digistamp sets that I'd like to share with you, sit back and enjoy them :)

Here they are.....

Mistletoe Kitty Card #1
I started by printing the image/sentiment on Xpress-it paper and coloring it with Copic Markers.  I chose a red card base and a shimmery peppermint candy designed paper as the background.  Lastly, I added the colored image on top.

Here are the Imagine That Digistamp sets I used:

      Mistletoe Kitty            (sentiment from)  Raymond's Reindeer Friend
  

Elegant Ornaments Card #2
I started by printing the image/sentiment on Xpress-it paper.  I chose a red card base and a shimmery candy cane striped designed paper as the background.  Lastly, I added the printed image on top.

Here are the Imagine That Digistamp sets I used:

Elegant Ornaments        (sentiment from)  Turtle with Present
  

Kimmie's Reindeer Friend Card #3
I started by printing the image on Xpress-it paper and coloring it with Copic Markers.  I chose a vanilla card base, covered the front of the card base with Christmas houses design paper, then double matted the colored image with a green card stock paper and a shimmery red paper. I added the double matted colored image on top to complete the card.

Here is the Imagine That Digistamp set I used:


Reindeer Carols & Snow Globe Card #4
I started by combining the Reindeer carolers with the snow globe and added the sentiment as well, then printed the image on Xpress-it paper and colored it with Copic Markers.  I chose a green card base and ornament designed paper as the background.  Lastly, I added the colored image on top.

Here are the Imagine That Digistamp sets I used:

Reindeer Carols                                   Snow Globe
  

(sentiment from) Tania's Tree Costume

Wasn't that so much fun?! I had a blast, there are so many different designs you can do with each of these sets.  If you'd like to purchase any (or all) of them, just click on the name above the digistamp image and it will take you to the shop.  Currently the snow globe is on sale for $1 so be sure to stop by soon before the sale ends.
Thanks so much for stopping by to see my designs, leave a message and let me know what you think...
Sandy "Copic Diva" Le Doux

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Jars of Cheer

Hello All!
I just wanted to pop in before Christmas to show you a card I made for a special lady, I heard she needed some Christmas cheer so I sent her this card I made using my Imagine That Digistamps.

Jars of Cheer
I started by printing the colored image and fussy cut it out.  I chose a green card base, next I created a background made with a music stamp embossed in gold and then colored using Tim Holtz oxide inks.  To finish it up, I popped up the Jar and added a sentiment.

Here are the digistamp sets I used:

Jars of Cheer                                Tania's Tree Costume


I hope this put a little cheer in your day as well!
Thanks for stopping by!
Merry Christmas, 
Sandy "Copic Diva" Le Doux

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Pumpkin Bunny 3D Kit

Hello!!
Hope ya'll are having a great day!  Today I have a Happy Birthday Card to show you... this week I decided, to try something new.... eek!  I can't wait till you see so let's get going...

Happy Birthday
I started by printing the colored Pumpkin Bunny 3D kit, then I fussy cut all the pieces out.  Using the  numbers listed in the kit, I assembled the pieces with pop dots between each layer.

Here is a side view of the completed 3D pumpkin bunny...
Isn't that utterly amazing?!  And so very simple!

Here is the full kit I used:


I love these... they are so much fun!  You should totally try it.  You can find the Imagine That Digistamp 3D kits HERE

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Sandy "Copic Diva" Le Doux

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Get Whale Soon & Lucky Turkey

Hello... Hello... Hope all is well with each of you :)

Things have been super busy here however, today I have a few cards to share with you... never too busy to fit in a little craft time!

First we have: Get Whale Soon
I started by printing the colored version of this digistamp.  I chose a blue card base, added bubble designed paper, matted the colored image on dark blue card stock and then adhered it to the base.

Here is the Imagine That Digistamp set I used:


Second we have: Happy Fall
I started this one by printing the black and white image on Xpress-it card stock and then coloring it with Copic markers.  I chose a brown card base, added a beige background created with Tim Holtz Oxide inks and then added a few strips of patterned paper on top.  Lastly, I popped up the Turkey and sentiment to finish it up.

Here is the Imagine That Digistamp set I used:


They were so much fun!  If you'd like either of these digistamp sets, just click on the name above the digistamp set and it will take you to the shop.

OOOHHHH!  I almost forgot to tell you -  
(for a limited time) Imagine That Digistamp is running a 20% off sale in their Christmas Winter section, come check it out HERE.  

Thanks for stopping by!
Sandy "Copic Diva" Le Doux