I had fun playing around with Distress Oxide Inks again. A couple of pink shades this time. I did a random circle and a strip on the side which I then doodled around using my Copic multiliner and then I added some white dots in various sizes using a sharpie marker. I then drew up some dots on the top and bottom before adding my bear and sentiment to it. I coloured up the cardstock for the die cut in a matching colour as well. The die and the bear are both MFT Stamps..
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.
This weekend I’ve been busy with loads of visitors, but still had time to prepare a little for the next colouring class I’ll be having in March. This time it’s all about glitter and Stamping Bella.
Her er et av eksempelkortene til kurset jeg skal ha hos Hobbykunst i Oslo 14. mars. Denne gangen er det å fargelegge glittereffekt som er i fokus og motivet vi skal bruke er dette fra Stamping Bella. Du finner mer info og påmelding hos Hobbykunst. Fargene man kan velge mellom denne gangen er på kjolene: rød, hvit, turkis og svart.
For my second release project for Whimsy Stamps I picked the adorable dragon Freddie from the Wee Stamps collection. I’ve kept the card very simple, using a sentiment also from Whimsy Stamps.
Copics used: (purple) V000, V09, V12, V15, V17, (orange) E08, YR04, YR07, YR20, YR23, (pink) RV17, RV55, RV63, RV69, (green) YG13, YG67, (ground) N0, N1, N3, N5 + white Gelly Roll
It’s been a while since I coloured up this cutie by Mo’s Digital Pencil. I am trying really card to get through some of the coloured images I have laying around before the next 30 day colouring challenge starts next month, just to avoid the pile growing even taller! We’ll see how well I succeed, I suppose. Dies by MFT Stamps and Rayher, the background paper is also MFT Stamps and the enamel dots are by Altenew.