Saturday, April 25

Paperbabe Stamps ~ Mayleedee in Wonderland

Welcome, I'm so pleased you stopped by today,
Well you'll be pleased to know the new releases are now in the Shop... YAY!

It's the finale day of introductions and we're introducing
Mayleedee in Wonderland

It has been quite some time since Mayleedee graced us and what better way than to help celebrate Alice in Wonderlands 150th Anniversary(isn't she's doing well?)

She is currently available as a digital stamp, she comes in JPEG & PNG format. She is created large enough for you to print large OR scale down to a smaller size! I'm providing you with six images, three in jpeg and their counterparts as png.

Here's my sample
I've added the quote using the Watercolour alphabet stamp set.
I chose the faint outline version, which I've coloured using copic markers
I've tried to keep it clean and simple, 
I am mostly inspired by the first time I saw Alice's adventures in Wonderland a 1972 film with Fiona Fullerton as Alice, she certainly didn't have blond hair and her look always stayed with me.

Mayleedee in Wonderland

I thought I would enter my card to a few fun challenges:
Well it's been quite a hectic week, the first release in some time, I'm pretty banjaxed right now, but I will be back next week to share some projects!
Enjoy a wonderfully creative weekend
BiG HuGs Kim x

Friday, April 24

Paperbabe Stamps ~ Profile Face & Mixed Media Templates

We're introducing the Profile face stamp set and mixed media templates on the Paperbabe Stamps blog today

Here's my sample using the Profile face with the profile Mixed Media template 'Long & Fringe'.
I traced around the first step with black copic multiliner, then used a little washi tape to hold the template in place while I inked up the face and stamped in position, I love how the templates can be used as a mask as well, then the ink simply wipes off. A little tip for the face after peeling it gently from the backing, place on the image indexing and it should bounce to it's intended shape you should see it match the image before placing your acrylic block to pick it up. It fits on my A6 block perfectly. 
I used the curve template included to create a mask for the pointy ear so just part of it would be sticky out of the hair. A little pencil mark on the jaw line helps to line the earlobe in the best position.
It's been some time since I had a good go with my copic markers and so I thought I would try them on some kraft cardstock. I used a white Stabilo aquarellable pencil to bring the highlights out and a white posca paint pen(think I have a slight addiction) to give whiter highlights on the facial features. 
I've added freckles, stars and extra sparkle dots in white which I thought looked a little fantasy so I used the sentiment was from the Dillon MagicI may have placed the hair template back over the artwork to stamp a little discreet tattoo.

I would love you pop by the rest of the team blogs and check out their gorgeous projects...

You have the chance of winning this stamp set and template collection if you leave a comment on the blog. Enjoy a wonderfully creative day, see you tomorrow for my finale release project...

HuGs Kim x

Thursday, April 23

Paperbabe Stamps ~ Mixed Media Templates and Mini Doll Face Stamps

We're introducing the new Paperbabe Stamps Mixed Media Templates over on the blog today, with a step by step tutorial.

Here's my painted piece.
 I'm quite taken to watercolours right now, and couldn't resist a little play, her hair was created using rock salt on the wet paint and I had to leave it to dry before rubbing the salt away to get this lovely texture.
I've used posca white paint pen to add highlights to the facial features, the nose, chin, eyes, cheeks, the neck, hair well kinda all over then really!
I've painted the rest in watercolours and trimmed to 5x7 for a large card front, stamped a sentiment from the fabulous everything set. I should have thought about her pose before going ahead, I think I would have liked her face tilted slightly and her neck is really very long, but that's how we create hey?

Why not pop by the rest of the team blogs and check out their gorgeous projects...

If you leave a comment on the Paperbabe stamps blog for your chance to win the Mini Doll Face Stamp set and coordinating Mixed Media Templates.

Enjoy a wonderfully creative day, see you tomorrow for more introductions...
HuGs Kim x

Friday, April 10

Masquerade Mixed Media Girl ~ Paperbabe Stamps

Good morning, I hope the sun is shining where you are, I would go out and enjoy it but my son and myself are full of a summer cold yuck!
Anyway I just wanted to pop by and show my latest project for the

 Well, I took the challenge quite literally and gave my mixed media girl a lacy mask using Folk fabrique stamp set, I painted the face in acrylic before stamping the doll face, I then masked the eye area before stamping the little images in black ink.
I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to tease you with my Paperbabe Stamps Mixed Media templates (coming soon) teamed with the ever popular Doll Face stamp set. I am so excited about these templates, they make creating beautiful faces so easy, they will include the hair for those who struggle with drawing that.

Paperbabe Challenges are open to everyone...
As usual you are welcome to combine with other challenges.
Please be sure to link your project below for a chance to win Paperbabe Stamps Gift worth up to £20. So hope you get the chance to join in!!!

I'm also adding my project to some other challenges:
crafting with an attitude ~ Freestyle/fantasy
stamps and stencils ~ anything goes
southern girls challenge ~Starry Starry night
crafty creations challenges ~ anything goes - no foolin
papertake weekly ~ anything goes, no rabbit in mine sorry.
creative moments ~ anything goes/anything but a card

Can't believe it was Maoleidigh's birthday last week, we had the day out feeding the animals, she just loves animals...
Bless her with her pirate outfit on for her whole birthday celebrations... and she took a real shine to this little feller awww
Dillon joined in too, loving the ears on this one, they were very hungry mummies and enjoyed every morsel.

Thanks for stopping by have a wonderfully creative weekend, hoping to share some of my life book pieces with you next week... energy permitting lol,
HuGs Kim x

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