Baby girl christening card

It’s time for my inspirational card for this month’s Copic Marker Norge challenge. Our theme this month is special occasions focusing on christenings, confirmations and weddings. I opted for a digital stamp by Mo’s Digital Pencil and made a christening card for a baby girl. I’m not a massive fan of cards with pink upon pink so I opted for a few different colours in the papirs and on the embellishments.

The papers I’ve used are from Maja Design and Papirdesign, flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts and other bits from my stash.

Copics used: N0, N1, N3, E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, E41, E42, E43, E44, RV00, RV02, RV17, RV32, RV34

Mmmm Strawberries!

Our theme this month, at Copic Marker Norge, is something edible. Initially I was going to use a stamp with donuts, but I got a Power Poppy gift certificate for my birthday a few days ago and I simply had to colour up this stamp! Don’t the strawberries look yummy?! I cannot wait for summer and being able to pick some in mum’s garden! Strawberries are delicious!

Copics used: R22, R24, R27, R59, R89, G21, G24, G40, N1, N3, Y11, Y13, Y38, YG01, YG17, YG23, YG97

Special delivery

March already?! What?! I guess that means it’s time for a new Copic Marker Norge challenge and this time we’re playing around with monochromatic colouring. I opted for blue and to use one of my most recently stamp purchases. This cute little set is by Clearly Besotted and it’s my first stamp set of theirs. I primarily used the B20s for the various stamps and then I coloured up a cloudy background to go with.

Roses for Mother’s Day

Copic Marker Norge has its February challenge going and the DT have gotten challenged to colour up red. I have used a stamp from My Favorite Things. I kept the card super simple and used MFT Stamps card stock and a stitched rectangle die.

Copics used: (red) R32, R35, R37, R39, R89, (centre) Y11, Y19, (green) YG01, G24, G94, BG99

Little bunny

I’m back up on the Copic Marker Norge blog again today. As it’s been so many Christmas cards lately I thought I’d mix it up with a Christening card. I love using Lili of the Valley stamps for those types of cards, so that’s what I’ve done here, too!

As it was a December event, I’ve kept a winter theme in the papers I’ve used. It is mostly Maja Design papers, but it’s possible one of them is Papirdesign as well. I lost track a bit in the massive production of cards at the start of December, I admit. The cute little charm is a bit difficult to see in this photo, but it’s a little pram and it’s super adorable!

Oh, and a little tip. Lili of the Valley is having 60% off on their stamps until New Year. What a great deal, right?! I know I’m getting me some more stamps at least!

Copics used: N0, N1, N3, B9, B93, B95, B97, B99, E41, E42, E43, E44, W0, W1, W3