Frankenstein has a break-through

Frankenstein-Card #2--for CDACDC#4

Frankie, oh, Frankie!

That’s what all the girls used to scream when Frank Sinatra performed on stage. Well, if this guy, Frankie Stein, by Bonibleaux Designs Digital Stamp, showed up, they’d probably all scream even louder.

This is my second entry for the Crafter’s Digital Art Center Progressive Freebie Challenge (CDACDC#4).

 

 

Dragonlets for Pets? Eeewww!

Dragonlets and Me-Card#3 forCDACPC#4

There’s something really wrong about green pets.

I suppose if dragons really existed, someone in your neighbourhood would have one as a pet.

These little dragon babies seem to fit quite naturally with this eerie-looking by Daisy Doodles Designs bat-fairy-dragon-lady-girl by Delicious Doodles. This is my third card for the CDACPC#4. 

 


Scaredy cat…or, cutie cat?

Scaredy Cat-Card #4 for CDACPC#4

Yep, more Halloween cards!

Well, it is October, after all! This cute little guy is called Scaredy Cat, and was provided to us for CDACPC#4 by Designed to Delight (D2D). (Thanks, Faith!)

He’s so cute, hiding behind that big pumpkin! I hope you like him.

There are still two more cards to come, so please come back, I love having visitors!

Jeepers, creepers!

Bailey in Witch Hat-Card#5 for CDACPC#4

Bailey, the cutest little witch, ever!

This cute little Teddy bear is looking cuter than ever in his witch’s hat. He’s the fifth image we had to work with for CDACPC#4. Thank, so much, to Sew Many Cards Digital Stamps for providing us with this adorable little guy!

If you like my take on Bailey, please leave me a comment–as always, it will make my day!!!

It’s a mandala morning

CDACDC#4-Card 1-Mandala

What is a mandala, you’ve always wondered?

Mandala means circle in Sanskrit, which is the primary liturgical language of Hinduism and Buddhism. There are mandalas all around us! For example, a spider web is a mandala and so is the image you see when you look through a kaleidoscope. Or, take a look a some of your intricate china patterns and even some tie-dyed fabrics. Colouring a mandala is peaceful and relaxing–in fact, it’s somewhat like meditation because it clears your mind of everything, except for the beautiful colours and patterns of your mandala. Try it–if you have the patience…if not, it may help  you develop some!
In Part 4 of the Crafter’s Digital Art Centre Free Digi Challenge (CDACPC#4), we were given a simple mandala by Daisy Doodles to use in a card or other paper craft project. I’m a card-maker, through and through, so here is my take on it. Unfortunately, although I tried several times, the photo is just not showing it off to it’s best advantage. :o(
It’s really fun to start with a black and white image and turn it into something colourful and useful.
Stay tuned for more…and please leave me a comment if  you have a minute. It really makes my day!!