Friday, 30 November 2012

ATC-Smile and Ragdoll

It's that time again! The new challenge is up over at ATCs with Attitude and it's an Anything Goes challenge so plenty of scope for joining in!
I've used an image from Beccy's Place and teamed her with Smile my favourite Stampotique stamp. I think they make a great opposites attract couple! The background's painted with Aquatone pencils and Promarkers and the sentiment handwritten.

I used to hate writing my own sentiments but recently I've started enjoying it-probably because I'm too lazy to get the PC and print them!

Saturday, 24 November 2012

Cats rule the world!

While I've been sitting here trying to write up another post the cats have been running around going mad...Kiki, calm down.....Excuse me while I go and find out what they want...

Psst.Cleo...that's right-keep distracting her while I take charge...

Hello Humans.

This is Kiki here

with Cleo on a 'distract the human' operation.


I'm here to tell you about a recent mission we undertook on behalf of Monster Pet Foods.

We were asked to try out some Burgess SupaCat biscuits and let people know what we think about them. 

The first thing we had to do was clean our teeth with a toothbrush. Well, that didn't go down too well. I allowed the human to clean my front teeth but Cleo refused point blank. She preferred to play with it.

The biscuits were aimed at keeping our mouths and teeth clean. They were very crunchy and we loved biting through them. The noise we made was very satisfying! Our human measured the biscuits in a measuring cup as they are a complete meal. I ate them on their own but Cleo has been watching too much Masterchef Australia and preferred to have a bit of wet food with them for texture. 

Here we are enjoying our first taste of the SupaCat biscuits.Can you hear the crunch?

And here is my bowl after I'd finished!

I did go back and eat the last three after a short nap.

We loved the taste of these biscuits and they certainly kept us full and energetic. Our teeth were clean before we started this mission and I can say that our mouths and teeth remained clean with no sign of smelly breath.
We've asked our human to get us some more as we are a bit choosy with our biscuits but would be happy to munch on these again.

Ok can let the human go now....we're done.

Friday, 23 November 2012

Autumn Easel ATC

I'm a bit late posting this-sometimes it's just one thing after another isn't it!
I made this easel ATC for the latest challenge over at ATCs with Attitude . The theme is Anything Goes or Autumn. The image is called Friends Forever and I love it,despite the fact that I'm petrified of horses and don't go near them!It's from Delicious Doodles and even though I'm not great at colouring in I really enjoyed colouring and cutting it out.
The leaves are from Farmer's Market DigiKit by Sarah Hurley and were perfect for that autumnal touch!
There's still a week left on the challenge so plenty of time to autumn it up!

Monday, 5 November 2012

ATC-Apple Blossom Time

I made this ATC for the latest challenge over at ATCs with Attitude. The theme is to add a sentiment/anything goes, so plenty of scope for everyone!
I embossed the card first, dusted over it with Perfect Pearls and edged it with my shiny gold ink (just can't stay away from it!)
I bought some watercolour pencils ages ago and have never used them so I decided to give them a try with the image. The pencils were great but I struggled to get the colour exactly right! I went over the flowers with some glaze and then added the sentiment.  The image I chose to use is Apple Blossom from A and T Digital Designs who is offering digital designs for the challenge winner.The other sponsor of the challenge is Saturated Canary.

Pop over and join the challenge-we love to see your makes!

Sunday, 4 November 2012

Fireworks and bright colours!

This is the challenge over at Sarah Hurley Challenge Blog this month. We can't wait to see all your colourful creations!
I made an ATC celebrating my inner witch who comes to spend every Halloween with me (and sometimes lingers for a while!). The background's coloured with UniPosca pens and I've used Sarah's Doodle Dolls Collage Kit for witchy me and Witching Hour for the cat and label.

Sarah's still looking for crafty submissions for Sarah's next Look Book. You can find the details here-Go On.You know you want to!