I have been having to hold in my exciting news for quite a few weeks now and it's been so so hard to not shout it out cause I'm that excited!!!
A few weeks ago I was asked to join a New Design Team and its a Digi Company eeeeeek! anyone who knows me will know I love Unique Digi Images and I love the ones which make me think out of the Box when I'm making cards, I'm not a Crafter who sticks to one style or one kind of theme I like to get out there and try new things and new ideas and I love to show off this Randomness in any way I can. So of course I was over the moon when I got this oportuntiy to work with 'Ditzie Digi Designs' there isnt just one artist there are 5 each one has their our artistic style and flair so there is always something completely different to get my Brain Gears turning xxx
Their are Amazing Crafters in the Team and I would love for you to visit the Ditzie Digis Design's Blog to get to know them all
If you visit there blog and comment on there annoucement every day untill the Challenge Blog starts
6th of April you will be put in a Prize Draw
Winning you a whopping £10 to spend in at Ditzie Digi Design's Etsy
There will also be spot prize's for others
So make sure you say hi to the new DT ladies
I would like to show you a couple of my makes using Ditzie Digi Design's images
This first one is using Nerdy Geek (by Lisa Horton)
I really like this Image an she can be used in many ways for any occasion x
I have coloured her using my Copic Markers and given her Jeans texture by using a piece of denim material and a blender pen, I coloured the Jeans in the Image first (nothing else yet) then I scribbled the blender onto the denim until it was saturated with the clear alcohol ink and then pressed down over the Jeans, when I lifted this material off it left the fabric pattern onto the coloured Jeans. (the blender takes the colour out) this is one of my favourite Alcohol Marker techniques but it isnt my own idea I was Inspired by Sarah Hurley on one of her promarker shows on Create&Craft xx
For this second card I have used The Mad Hatter (by Kelly Rhodes)
This is a good example of what I was saying earlier completely different Artistic Style - I love this Image a lot and you can have a lot of fun creating with this one
I went all out Mad Hatter Teaparty Style on this one using various papers, dies and embellishments from my stash. Again I have used my Copic Markers to colour the Image which was great fun as so much detail to the character.
I hope you like the cards I have shown you today and that you will visit again soon to see more of my Ditzie Digi Designs makes - come over and join the Facebook Group to join in with the fun and to get to know the team xx