Firstly I would like to say I am so pleased and excited to be asked to join Crissy Armstrong and her fabulous design team at "Sunday's with Crissy".
Here's a little about me.
My name is Sharon and I am from the UK.
Like so many crafters I have always enjoyed creative pursues. From my first memory I can remember colouring paper stencils, always having arty things for Christmas, loving copying drawings and colouring (did really well at School in Geography - the teacher loved my maps etc).
My Nan was very creative being born at the turn of the previous century it was a necessary to be able to sew, knit etc. She taught me how to crochet - I can remember thinking at the time this was so modern and my Nan was so trendy!
I taught myself Knitting, my Mum could also sew - so learnt alot from her, even took a couple of City and Guilds in Dressmaking and Soft Furnishings.
Over the years I have dabbled with many things including Jewellery making, Calligraphy, Painting and Drawing, Beauty, Massage, Literature, Home Decor, Piano - and even had a go at guitar to help my son when he first started guitar lessons. The list goes on and on.
It was only after several years of not working due to health that I managed to take up crafting - this was mainly due to the fact that I thought it would be an easier alternative to doing a HND in fine art which I wasn't well enough to do.
I haven't looked back since taking this up - it has helped me immensely - although I do get very tired so it probably takes me a lot longer than most to complete a project. That being said I have loved so many elements of crafting my favourite as the moment is colouring with alcohol markers. Every day I look forward to developing my skills and learning new techniques.
Now the bit you have been waiting for - this month's challenge is KISS - "Keep it Simple Stamper". I have used three of Chrissy's digi stamps for this project and merged them using Paint Net.
Digi's: LOVE ME ANYWAY/ available from Whimsy Designs.
FORGIVEN AND SENTIMENT: "Looks like one of those days" both available from Squigglefly.
For details of how this card was created check out my blog here.
The prize up for grabs is five free digi's given to the winner by random org
Wow Sharon!! Awesome card... And I just love how you've merged images together! I've never tried that but I sure will be giving it a go! Looking forward to getting to know you!ReplyDelete
I love how you merged the images together!! congrats on making the DT.ReplyDelete