LotV kids on swing

For today’s card I’ve tried something a bit different… I’ve drawn my own tree! I was inspired by the tree from Simon Says Stamp that I posted a card with a few days ago. It seemed a bit odd having the kids on a swing swinging from nothing, so I got my multiliner out and sorted them out a tree to swing from. I’m quite happy with how it turned out.

I made my own sentiment as well, which I printed along with the kids stamp. The kids on the swing stamp is from Lili of the Valley by the way. They have a few different versions of couples of a swing, and they’re all precious! I decided to just keep the card simple.

LotV flying past

There is a new Lili of the Valley release today and it is full of cute little boy stamps! I absolutely love them and the one I will show you first is definitely one of my favourites! As soon as I saw the image I knew how I wanted to the card. Isn’t it great when that happens?

A bit of Christmas in April

Because why not, right? This is possibly my favourite Lili of the Valley image. I love James Bear and this particular one is adorable! I used some Maja Design papers, but kept the card reasonably simple.

Whimsy morning glory bunny

I have a layered card in purple and turquoise for you today as part of my projects for the March digital release at Whimsy Stamps. I’ve used Crissy’s Morning Glory Bunny.

The papers are by Lili of the Valley, butterfly dies by Rayher and my usual lace/ribbon combo along with some Altenew enamel dots and my own sentiments.

Copics used: N0, N1, N3, G21, G24, G94, G99, BG23, BG57, BG78, V12, V22, V25, V28

LotV bunny love

Time for another Lili of the Valley card! Their bunnies are the cutest, really! It was fun colouring up rather dreamy clouds for these love bunnies. I’ve kept the background pretty simple on this layered card with just a bit of lace and ribbon along with some heart and butterfly die cuts. The dies are from Memory Box, La-La Land Crafts and Rayher. The chipboard is by Snip Art.