Saturday, February 29, 2020

March's Premium Membership Image Embellished Box

Hey Creepy Crafters!

It's Celia, from Paper Beats Rock Designs here with a fun Project Share to show you March's Creepy Cute Chronicle Premium Monthly stamp: Let Them Eat Cake!
 First I printed out the Marie Antoinette stamp 110 lb cardstock, colored her up with alcohol markers, and created 2 box halves out of 8.5x11 colored cardstock. I then went through my stash and grabbed chipboard sheets from Maggie Holmes & Echo Park and vellum flowers I was gifted in a swap.
I cut the black frame from glitter cardstock using my scoreboard to keep perfect lines. I found a scrap piece of paper with crowns on it which I then crinkled up and Inked to give it some texture. I glued that panel to the frame and sewed them together as well as a strip of scrap paper and lace.
Then I grabbed a circle die cut from my stash and layered it underneath the stamp and started to cluster flowers around her. Once I found that she had a pretty even crown of flowers around her I added a few labels underneath to ground the cluster a little.
I cut up some Tim Holtz phrase stickers to make the sentiment that I wanted and tucked a few bundles of thread around the cluster. I grabbed some enamel hearts from my stash and sprinkled them around the box as well as some black paint. The butterfly was from a cupcake topper; I removed the pic and stuck it down to the corner of the box so your eye flows across it.
 I love the way this project came out and cant wait tp create more with this stamp!

Friday, February 28, 2020


Again here with all of you to share my latest project for Oddball Art Stamps!

How every Friday the Creepy Cute Chronicles arrive on time for your weekly appointment.

On this occasion I have prepared a tutorial with photos, it does not give me life! with the images of last week and this week, 
ccc #93 #94 and a bonus with the exclusive image of the month of February.

Colored images with Copic

Cut the images 

Cut a piece of cardboard, which will be the base of our project. 

I'm going to use a skull Dylusions stencil with Modeling Paste in the background.

I use the green Corner Chomper for the corners with the Deco cut.

I paint the whole base with Impasto Pastel color "Mint" 

And to highlight the skulls in the background, I apply wax "Peacock"

On the edges I give Versafine Clair ink color "Nocturne"

I paste the images giving them volume

I put my title: "Rainbow of Skulls" and my tag is ready.

And now I leave you with the bonus I have prepared, a card with the exclusive image of the month of February.

Cardboard base, with cracking paste and liquid acrylics "Violet" and "Umber" and the images colored with Copic.

Remember that you can use my DTHADRY10 code to enjoy a 10% discount on the stamps that you can find on the web.

 If you enjoy my posts here at Oddball Stamps please join me over on HattysScrapPlace by HadryDC to see more of my creative work.

And for the rest of it ... you can see the other team members posts as examples.

I hope you like it!

See you soon!

Monday, February 24, 2020

Fight Like A Girl!

Hello there Crafty Friends!

Monica here today to share a project from my art journal. I bought this book a looong time ago with plans to start art journaling but had not dared to touch it. As part of things I want to accomplish is push myself to try new things and use my supplies. And boy, am I happy I got to finally use it! This is a Dylusions Art Journal. You can find my blog here OwlMakeItCrafts.


I started by prepping my pages with white gesso, this is the Vicky Boutin brand. Once my pages were dry I used distress Oxide inks to blend in the color. I used a variety of colors and stencils to create my background.


 The focus was going to be on this adorable image from the  Oddball Stamps Shop, Called Vegan Boxer Girl Fight Like A Girl Felicity Image #187. I added details with some stamping around the page as well.



I wanted to create an empowering page to go with this image. As a girl mom I strongly believe in empowering women and girls. I searched online for some quotes that could go with this image and this one spoke to me, because no matter what life throws at you, you must be determined to pick up the pieces and keep fighting.



You can see my process on the video down below or on My YouTube Channel if you’re interested in seeing how I put this page together. Thank you so much for joining me today and remember to visit me over at the Oddball Blog. Have a wonderful day and don’t forget to empower someone today, a girl, woman or just anyone!


Sunday, February 23, 2020

Leprechauns & Luck

Good Morning /Afternoon Oddballs. 
AJ here to inspire you to create something, anything ...

 Balloon Bear (CCC #90 Jan 31- Freebie) 
are both Oddball Art Co. Digital Stamps
(Hand Coloured w. Markers // Water Colours)

See the details on my blog @ Leprechauns & Luck

Use my discount code in the Shop
to get 10% off your next purchase :: enter code DTAJ10

Although we discontinued our Oddball Art Stamps Challenge,
we will continue to have inspirations on the here on the Oddball Blog.

However, if you want to join in a New Challenge,
you can join in @ our Clever Dexter Challenge

Our Second Challenge is under way; 
However, you still have a few days to enter in the fun...

Friday, February 21, 2020

Yummy and creepy gelato!!

Hi everyone!

Today is the turn for a tutorial for Odbball Art Co, with the freebie of the week as the protagonist.

On this occasion, the CCC93 Gelato is a “sweet” skull that I have accompanied with the images #186 Digi Stamp Big Eye Vegan Waitress Girl Sugar Coated Shelby and the #495 Digi Stamp Creepy Cute Smores Digital CollageSheet.

I have colored all the digis with my Finecolour alcohol markers and trimmed with scissors.

As a feeling I used the one included in the freebie cut with a die.

As a background I painted with a Tiger #11 marker a few stripes freehand and glued a light yellow cardboard as floor. To differentiate the two parts, I have also stuck a thin strip of black cardboard.
To place all the candies on my card, I made a table with a white cardboard and Distress Ink Vintage Photo ink

It is very simple to do and can serve as an invitation or as a menu cover, for example.

I hope you like and inspire. That you share your creations with the hashtag #creepycutechronicles and that you go through the Oddball store where you can use the discount code DTIRENE10.

See you!

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Bad girls have more fun...

For this inspirational make I have used  Bad Girls have more fun... 

You will see a similar post on my blog

Calling All Crafters  about today's creation along with other posts you might like...

 I have put together another journal page:

  1. Scrapbook page of black card.
  2. Layers of papers from my scraps in pinks and purples.
  3. Two strips of roller stamped images in a floral pattern.
  4. Image and sentiment printed and cut out. I coloured the image with Copics.
  5. Clock embellishment.

Happy Crafting!

If you would like to buy any of Lizzy's Oddball images use my DT code: DTSUSAN10
This coupon code is for 10% OFF the entire Oddball Art Website