Monday, April 23, 2018

PIP Challenge 1816 Sasayaki Glitter

How was your weekend? Mine was so much better than last weekend and the prolific snowfall. Blue skies, cool temperatures and birds singing just do something so positive for one's outlook!

Another positive for one's outlook is crafting. So for the sake of your outlook (sanity) come play with us at the PIP challenge blog. Our sponsor this week is Sasayaki Glitter and she's offering a digital stamp to this week's winner. Bet your outlook is even better, right?

Naz kindly provided the image I used, Mia's Graduation. Kept things simple and colored everything with Prismacolor pencils except the skin. Just haven't mastered skin tone I like with pencils so I used Copics.

She was die cut (Nellie Snellen die) and edged with VersaMagic Mango Madness. Background paper is from DCMV's Fun in the Sun glitter pack. I die cut a section at the bottom, creating negative space for the sentiment, using Dotted Pattern - Scallop Frames from Studio Katia. Applied background paper to a white card and stamped sentiment. Mia is attached with foam tape.

Time for me to go so do yourself a favor and check out Sasayaki Glitter. She has great images and they are really versatile.   Pick an image or two and get crafty; just don't forget to share with everyone at the PIP challenge this week. We love seeing your entries.

Pencil: 916 Yellow Canary, 919 Non-photo Blue, 1030 Raspberry, 943 Burnt Ochre, 109 Prussian Green, 1033 Orange Mineral, 937 Tuscan Red, 994 Process Red.
Copics: E50, E51 and R11


  1. Oh my!!! I didn’t know what image I should use for Mie’s graduation card....... yes Mie used just as often as Mia here in Denmark....... thanks for the inspiration!!

  2. Love, love, love your Mia card, especially the color of her dress and the background paper! Great idea on the negative space for the sentiment!