I’ve used one of Rachelle’s more recent, and quite adorable, stamps for today’s card. It’s the Nutcracker scene creator set. I have, once again, kept it simple and just added some sequins around the sentiment.
I’m back with my final card for the Picket Fence Studios October release. As the whole family got sick for a couple of weeks, everything got put a bit on hold. But now I’m hopefully back around with loads of crafting time soon!
I’ve used a few different products for this one as well, but this one is more my usual style of a full panel colouring! The adorable mice are from the Frolicking Winter Friends set, I’ve used a few trees from Scene Building: Winter Wonderland Trees and then I used some green sequins from the Black Tie Affair Sequin Mix.
I’ve also made a Clean & Simple card for this year’s MFT Superstar. Once again, my markers have been out to play, and I’ve coloured up Birdie Brown’s Warmest Wishes. After colouring up a little background around her I’ve used that colour on the background paper from the Watercolor Wash paper pad. The sentiment, from the Bitty Holiday Wishes set, has been put to run along the edge to keep the focus on the right-hand side of the card. As I’ve put it that way around, I stuck with black ink so it would be easy to read still.
This card has been entered into the following challenge:
Apparently, it’s that time of the year again. MFT Stamps Superstar time! With the whole family off sick, I nearly missed the whole thing. Thankfully there were a few hours left!
For my Coloring Virtuoso entry this year I wanted to do something different, so I’ve stuck with just one stamp set, the Being with You stamp set by Stacey Yacula. I’ve done a full panel colouring with dark and bright colours using my Copic markers, and I’ve made a wedding card using a sentiment from Itty Bitty Basics. It can be for two men, two women or one of each. That’s what’s great about these stamps. Love is love.
The card has been entered into the following challenge: