I’ve coloured up one of Emily Midgett’s colouring panels. A dash of yellow for the flowers and a bright yellow background. The only decorations are a few transparent sequins and a die cut sentiment. The sentiment is actually the hello die by Altenew (aff.link) which I cut into a Norwegian equivalent. I admit it worked a lot better than I had thought and it doesn’t look like it’s been cut, I think. Love it when you can use a die like that!
My friend Elin has run off to the mountains for a much needed summer holiday, so to help bring some inspiration of the Mo Manning kind I am going to try (and fail) to fill her crafty shoes. First up is this adorable Bounty for a dash of summer. A yellow, happy card with a bold sentiment using an Altenew die cut (aff. link). The yellow background paper is by Papirdesign.
For my sister’s birthday I’ve made two cards and they are completely different. The first of the two that I will show you is this fun one. I’ve combined products from loads of different companies again: Mama Elephant (stamp), Altenew (stencil and enamel dots), Distress Oxides, MFT Stamps (background stamp and bigger die), La-La Land Crafts (smaller die), Papirdesign (word die) and Mathia Design (embossed text).
Time for another birthday card today! I’ve used a stamp from Mama Elephant and a die from Papirdesign to create this card. For once I’ve even made a mini slimline card as that size fit the stamp perfectly. These are a bit unusual colours for me, but it’s fun to try other combinations and this is such a fun one! A few matching enamel dots from Altenew and a matching cardstock background finished off the look.
Did you see the colouring video I made back at the end of February? You can view it on YouTube here and the blog post can be found here. I used Prismacolor pencils for colouring up the Altenew Statement Flowers and now I’ve finally completed the card as well. I cut it out by hand and added some foam tape to the back of it, sprayed some black ink on a kraft card base, doodled a little in the corners and used their Hello die and enamel dots to finish off the card.