This post is a little bit special for a few reasons - 

  1. L. P. S. has shared that this is the last challenge for a little while (hopefully very little). :(
  2. I'm pretty sure this is my first "real" mixed media canvas.
  3. I've finally taken a bite into my BoBunny Enchanted Garden collection!
The sketch that I was trying to keep to was:

And the mood board that I sparked my Bobunny fire was:

See those purples and blues at the bottom? That's where I picked my main inspiration from. The colours in the palette on the bottom right of the mood board is what led me to go with the bottom colour palettes because the photos themselves have a lot of those right most palette colours! w00t!

Without further delay, here is my entry into these challenges!

The whole canvas at a top down view.
Bottom right from the bottom of the canvas.
Bottom right from the right side of the canvas.
Top left from the top of the canvas.
Top left from the left side of the canvas.
Bottom left from the bottom of the canvas.

I can't wait to finally drop this off for my friend! I've been letting him know I'll be making him something for his desk at work for ages... And FINALLY got to it. LOL, I'm such a bad friend. :P

Thanks for sharing my love of BoBunny today!!

Krafty Kerry signing off!
And being Mojo Monday, I had to head over to the Mojo Monday challenge blog and create a card based on their sketch #359!

I think I followed the sketch pretty closely, minus where the sentiment is. :)

I don't often do out of the box things on cards since things usually don't end up going in that direction, but THIS time, I went way out to left field and stamped on the cloth trim that came in the Studio Calico card kit with the stamp that also came in the same kit. :)

Then I went over it with one of my 80+ gel pens that I have, to add some emphasis!

Thanks for stopping by!

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Presenting to you, my entry for the CAS (Colours and Sketches) challenge #87!

Here is my second attempt at a filled gumball machine... 

In my very humble opinion, if I wasn't going to make the sequins move, I think, in hindsight, that I should have bunched them all at the bottom of the candy bowl thing, right?  Well, these here candies are the floating kind. :P Lol

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I thought you guys could use seeing some more cards... Just a few more today. LOL

This one is for my entry into the Sketch Saturday challenge #323.

My take on the sketch...

I think this was actually one of the last cards I made last night...  I used a block of one of the papers in the Studio Calico card kit and turned it into my sentiment kind of. :)

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The last entry I have from this past weekends' creations is this card as my entry into the Fusion Card challenge!

At first, I was thinking of only using the sketch - HOWEVER, as I started looking at the papers from the card kit from this month, I realized that many of the colours coordinated perfectly when compared to the colour palette in the photo, so that makes this a... FUSION challenge! *ba dum cha*

See?! Aren't the colours just SO appropriate for this card/sketch fusion??!?! :D

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Good thing I'm getting these entries uploaded today!  This challenge closes in less than an hour of this post being published! LOL

This challenge entry is made for the Freshly Made Sketches challenge #149.

My card made for this challenge goes something like this:

If you happened to see my haul video from this month's kit, you may be aware that I got a sheet of acetate with it. As a result of receiving this acetate, I attempted to make a shaker card... In my opinion it was a #craftfail, but it was also my very first shaker card ever made.

I have a couple more variations of this gumball machine that haven't made it on to cards yet, but this was the first attempt.. /sigh

Thanks for pitying my shaker card attempt. LOL

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Yep, another post with another card into yet another entry using, yet again, the Studio Calico card kit from this month!

This card is an entry into the CAS(E) card sketch challenge #88.

My version of the sketch goes like this!

I fussy cut the shapes from one of the papers, and adhered it to the black background paper so as to provide a pop of colour to the otherwise quite dark background. The sentiment is taken from a sheet in the paper pad with a white background, and I used it because I liked the contrast. :)

Thanks for stopping by!

Krafty Kerry signing off!