Friday, June 11, 2010

BLOG HOP - Day 5

Welcome to Day 5 of our




Round The World with CRI-Kits Blog Hop









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Today brings the turn of Tereesa




to post her clue for the grand prize




and show us her project





Yesterdays layouts and card by Tracey were amazing





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My project with the CRI-Kits gel pens today is Disney.....







The pens are great for the facial features





of the characters, which, as you know,





can be a nightmare to cut, and to piece together.....






I have gone with Cinderella from the





Happily Ever After cartridge....







Here is the Cricut in action, again.....

















I love the detail captured by the pens




- this time the Black pen from the Metallic collection.....












I thought I would use the image for a



four year olds birthday card, however,



I think the background paper I went with is a



bit too old for a kiddie - too late.....











You can see from the Cricut photo,




I drew the whole character on the flesh coloured card,




however, when I layered the coloured pieces




onto the flesh card, it looked extremely odd....







These characters really need to be against




a black bacground....






So, I cut out the face and pieced it along with the rest.....






Needs a bit of fine tuning me thinks,




and her hands and fingers don't look right either.....






I will have to try this technique again,




however, you get the idea,




and her face does look stunning.....






I'm still wondering whether I should colour




her eyes and lips, like you would if she were stamped




- what do you think?





The number 4 is cut from the


Tie The Knot cartridge and layered with foam....

A wee bit of ribbon and a few pearls.....





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Remember to leave a comment at this post







to be in with a chance to win a set of




CRI-Kits gel pens (your choice which set)




and to collect my clue for the grand prize,




four cartridges from Cricut:-





Wall Decor & More





Cindy Lou





Freshly Picked





Mini Monsters





Remember also that each member of the DT



is giving away a set of CRI-Kits gel pens on her blog



- so quite a few chances to win....






Here's a list of the DT members,



don't want you to miss any of the clues -








Be careful, she may have more than one clue!!!




2 Me,



but you're already here LOL




3 Diane




4 Tracey









6 Enfys






Enfys will post tomorrow....





And, I will see you tomorrow....





Hugs





Jane

11 comments:

kim.mom said...

WOW!! These pens are AMAZING!

Kaye's Crafty Place said...

Your really rocking these pens Jane! Cinderella looks fab, what 4 year old would like that card.

hugs
Kaye x

Helen said...

I want to get these Disney Carts, but am nervous about how hard I've heard it is. But I think you did a great job!

Jessica Wekenman said...

I think this is absolutely beautiful! I know she will love it!

Crafty Sue said...

Wow, I think the details with these pens are amazing! Love to see what else you can do. TFS

SuePhillipscsr@msn.com

Kristie Maynard said...

Wonderful card and although I think it looks great as is, I would agree that coloring the eyes and lips would make it even better!Thanks for sharing.

Kim. said...

This is a beautiful card which I am sure any 4 year old would love to receive. Love the drawn face and yes I think I would colour her eyes and lips too.
Kim xXx

Alifen said...

Another wonderful project. Some amazing things can be done with these gel pens!

Donna said...

Great idea to use the pens to make the faces. Those tiny intricate cuts can be a pain to get down. I like the idea to color her eyes and lips.

Thanks for sharing,
Donna
DonnaCMC@optonline.net

Lisa said...

I love these pens and I love Disney so I love this gorgeous creation! I love the 4, I haven't used my Tie The Knot Cartridge much but I going now to get it out!
Hugs,
Lisa
muffy74sf@aol.com

Lainey said...

Gosh, I hate doing the piecing on these Disney cuts and with a 6 yr old DD and 4 yr niece, I am forever being asked to make these... the gel pens would be ideal!