This Tiddly Inks stamp was a lot of fun to colour up! It’s not often I go for an ombre look, but I simply had to for this dress! A think matching border of cardstock and and a sentiment to compliment instead of stealing focus were my go-to tricks this time!
It’s time to mix things up a little and show you a simple wedding card! They layout is simple, I’ve coloured up a huge tree with pink leaves to go with and given the sky a bit of a gradient feel to soften it up a little. The stamp is Love Swing by Lili of the Valley!
I’ve used the massive sunflower stamp from Simon Says Stamp to make two matching cards. First I coloured up the whole panel before I then split it into two pieces to make mini-slimline cards. One with a thank you die as a sentiment and the other with a stamped thank you. It was fun to make a matching pair like this, so I might do it again soon!
The Dragon Holding Wool stamp was the perfect stamp for a birthday card for a co-worker of mine, so of course I had to colour it up! Yarn can be a bit fiddly to colour up, but it’s quite rewarding when it’s all done!
I am very excited to share with you my first card as a Guest Designer for Purple Onion Designs! The first card I want to share with you is made using Up and Away. I have stamped it off centre so you don’t see the whole balloon and slightly at an angle, then I’ve coloured in a little scene. A full slimline card felt a bit too tall, so I’ve kept the width and cut off some of the height. I do like being able to make cards in the size I think fit best for the image!
The sentiment is from the Everyday Blurb set and I am going to be using that set loads. I love the speech bubble effect and that you can easily use whichever ink colour you want!
Pop by Purple Onion Designs sometime the next week and a half to take advantage of their sale. 25% off rubber stamps.