You might like to use this, as I have, for the Challenge - but your image is free choice! I used this image a couple of weeks ago, printing the image on some Designer Paper from Fabscraps and colouring it with Copics.
I have done something similar today but I just used blue Copics.
1. Card base of blue card - hand made in Mumbai, India.
2. Layer of Fabscraps paper with image printed on it, trimmed and distressed around the edges with Broken China distress ink. Image coloured in blues.
3. Sentiment printed on the computer, trimmed and also distressed.
Hope you will pop over to Ike's World Challenges and see the DT's inspiration for the current challenge - and join in!
In each case I printed the images and added a little colour with Copics and then trimmed them. I used scraps of card to make the layers behind the images. I distressed the second with Black Soot distress ink. Finally I added a little embellishment.
I am delighted to once again join in one of Leigh's Hops:
Leigh's "My Dark Valentine"
2nd Annual Blog Hop
February 12 - 16, 2019
Prizes sponsored by LeighSBDesigns Art Stamps and Stampendous.
Join in and explore the Dark Side of love! No sign up required.
Take a look at the Blog Hop Rules on how to play and qualify for the prizes!
This is my Day #5 Post!
In this post I have a tag to share...
In my craft room sort out I came across some skull beads and some heart shaped shaker thingies... I started with a MDF tag which I layered with a piece of black card and then a piece of eco paper a friend had sent me. I had punched the corners of this and punched a heart shape to let in the shaker thing.
I added beads to the heart, distressed wround the edges with Black Soot and then added the metal embellishment and the gold roses. I added the verse, printed on some Fabscraps paper and again distressed around the edges with Black Soot. Fonally I added the string with two more beads.
The verse is
“Do not stand at my grave and weep,
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glint on snow.”
This uplifting bereavement poem was written by Mary Elizabeth Frye in the 1930s. It declares that the people you love are not gone, they are all around you.