Lotv James in the snow

My favourite bear is definitely James of Lili of the Valley. He is super cute and I love to colour him up. This time I’ve opted to give him a green hat and scarf and I made a simple card from it. I used various dies to cut out smaller elements to make a little cluster on the opposite site and used a Norwegian sentiment by Kort og Godt as well as snowflakes from dies and chipboard.

Here is another photo of the card.

Girl, make a wish

For some reason I haven’t shared a card where I’ve used a Mo Manning stamp for quite a while now, so I thought today would be a good day for just that. This adorable stamp, Mona, simply screamed to be coloured up last month and now I’ve made it into a pretty simple card. I’ve used a frame die by MFT Stamps, a stamped sentiment by Pretty Pink Posh, a chipboard by Make It Crafty and some enamel dots by Altenew.

Copics used: E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, E97, E08, E18, E19, E49, B00, B12, B14, B16, W0, W3, BG11, BG13, BG15, BG18, BG99, YR20, YR23, YR31, E34, N0, N1, N3, YG01, YG17, YG67

RAM Giraffe baby girl

Today I have my first project to share as a part of the Rachelle Anne Miller design team. When she sent me a message inviting me to join her DT, there was just no way I could turn it down. I mean… have you seen her totally adorable stamps? You should definitely check out her shop here. The stamp I have used is called Giraffe and Bird. I combined the coloured panel with a stripy pink paper, a baby chipboard I coloured up to match the paper, some matching enamel dots and a printed Norwegian text that says “Congratulations on your little girl”.

Pencil flowers on kraft

Here is the very first colouring I did using pencils. It made its way onto a card thanks to Elin who suggested this layout, inspired by a card made by Colorfulcluttereddesk on IG two years earlier, and mostly remote-controlled the making of this card. That is a very fun way to make a card, by the way, and I suggest you give it a try!

It was during one of the 30 day colouring challenges that I decided it was finally time to dig out my Prismacolor pencils and give them a try. I didn’t even have a pencil sharpener… but thankfully my other half hurried to the shop once I was done with the big flower as it was no way I was going to finish the rest of the card without sharpening a single pencil!

The gorgeous flower is a stamp by Power Poppy. The polaroid die is by MFT Stamps, the big letters are chipboard by Make it Crafty and the sentiment strip is made using Mathia Design stamps. The text means “hi, we’ll miss you”.

If anybody has a particular interest in knowing which pencils I’ve used, then I have written that down somewhere, so just pop me a message.

Whimsy Princess with her cake

Whimsy Stamps have several new digital stamps out each month. One of the ones that were released this month is this cute little one with her cake. Her name is Princess and she’s a part of the CC Designs collection.

I used a die cut and some chip board along with a Norwegian text stamp. You can get the same effect on yours if you use one of the border dies in this set as well as this alphabet die set.