Saturday, December 11, 2010

Guest Artist at Darkroom Door

Earlier this week the LO's, cards and ATC's I created for my guest artist spot at Darkroom Door were featured on their blog. (You can see the posts here, here and here and also a bit of info on what products I used.)
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I made a few cards and ATC's and also did 12 LO's. :-) I really hope I can keep on this roll of using stamps on my LO's now, because it's a great way to embellish without bulk I must say! ;-)
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Here's the cards ... (Thanks Jessy for the beautiful butterfly die cut!)



Some ATC's

The backgrounds of Seashells (above) & Pitter Patter & the Hands ATC's (below) were created using the alcohol ink splatter technique. That sure was fun!



4 LO's using Darkroom Door's Seaside Collection

(and this is Aaron, not Samuel!) ;-)


4 LO's using the Hello Baby collection.



This one - 3 days old - is not my usual! But I had these Websters papers in my stash and finally just got brave and cut, cut, cut! I stamped images onto Vellum and I love the look. It didn't end up on Darkroom Doors blog - I think because the stamps weren't so obvious - there's 6 stamps, can you see them?
4 LO's using various other stamps and products from Darkroom Door.
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Love the robots eyes on this LO - just matches perfect with Aaron's eyes!! ;-)




So that's it :-)
I had such fun playing with their product and creating these. Look out for more because I still have lots of bits left! :-)
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Thanks so much Darkroom Door for the privilege of being a guest artist for you! :-)
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6 comments:

annieambriel said...

omg... just gorgeous!!!!! Love all the projects. Really beautiful :)

Serene Ho said...

wonderful creations!

teacher jessy said...

You did awesome with all the creations and that is alot!! You are welcome on the butterflies :)

Sandy Ang said...

Wow so many creative projects! The 3 days old LO is my fav. Must have been so much work with the fussy cutting and layering.

topkatnz said...

I just love that first card - so pretty! and gosh, it seems so amazing that Samuel was so small - they grow up to darn quick!

Mrs Frizz said...

Gorgeous creativity ...