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Thursday, 6 December 2018

December DT project for Crafting with an attitude challenge blog

Hey all

Its time for a new challenge over at Crafting with an Attitude Challenge blog.

And here is my DT project for this month. The sponsor this month is  Lemonshortbread digital images and the winner will have a chance at receiving 3 of their cute images.

I chose the image Orchid Lady face for my project that i loved coloring with my Prisma pencils. I actually printed it little big since i was planning on using it other than on a card.
It was a perfect size for a 8×8 inch handmade notebook and here is my 8×8 size handmade notebook for your eyes.

To know more about the challenge, please click here

Please feel free to drop your comments. Your comments keep me going.

See you all soon in my next post.


General supplies used:
- Digital image from Lemon short bread
- Cardstock from my stash
- Prismacolor pencils
- The sentiment is from Kaisercraft
- Archival ink to stamp the sentiment
- Butterfly diecut from stash

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

My prev DT creations for CWAT


Here are a few cards that i worked on for my DT term with Crafting with an Attitude blog. I had been busy lately with personal commitments and missed posting these.

June 2018

Image Sponsor - Dis Digis

August 2018 
Image sponsor - Beccys place

September 2018

Image Sponsor - Bugaboo stamps

Hope you all like it

Catherine Joseph

My DT creation - Oct 2018

Hey all

Here is a card i created for my DT term with Crafting with an attitude Challenge blog.

The image is sponsored by Sheepski designs. These images are so cute to work with that i went ahead coloring a few more for my personal use. Will post it here next.

Coloring is so therapeutic and i am still a beginner with it. Colored with my Prisma color pencils and added embellishments i just finished the card in a jiffy.

To participate in the challenge, click here

Let me know if you like it.

Catherine Joseph

Thursday, 10 May 2018

My creation for the Design team at Crafting with an Attitude challenge Blog

Hey friends

Hope you are all doing great.

Here is a cutie pie card I whipped up for this month's Anything goes challenge at Crafting with an Attitude Challenge Blog.

The image is a sponsor image from Lacysunshine called Saucepan Pans cookie crumblers.

I am not very good at coloring and I am learning to color with my new Prisma color pencils.

Here is the card I made

And hope you all liked this one. Meet you all with a new creation very soon.

Catherine Joseph

Friday, 27 April 2018

Soul friend card

Hey all

I am here today to show you a card I made to send my very best friend... He is a great friend, a Soul mate I can call... I always call him a ' Soul friend'

I wanted to keep the card simple 'coz I was not sure if a guy would appreciate a clumsy card. But I always feel a card with flowers look wow n more attractive. So added some stamped flowers - colored and fussy cut.

I love the sentiment n it holds true with him.

Entering this card for 

Tuesday, 23 January 2018

MDF Love -4

Hi all

Today I am gonna share a Heyholder that i altered.

This was a long pending one. To precisely say ... A pending key holder for my home for the past four years. The raw MDF holder was being used for all these days. Finally one fine day, I thought i should give it some time.

Wanted to keep it simple. All painted using acrylic colors, crackle paint and then decoupaged small flowers here n there...

Hope i have done justice to the keyholder for all its waiting time for a makeover.

Let me know in comments if you all like it.

Catherine Joseph

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

First trial at Galaxy Background

Hi all

Here is a trial i made at creating a Galaxy Background.

I always wonder how people create such gorgeous background. I tried with watercolors and didnt like the output much.

Watched so many videos and Finally i dared to give  a try with my distress inks n I should say I fell in love with what i created.

Here is it for your view

Would love to hear your comments.

Catherine Joseph