Another no-line colouring job here today. This time I’ve coloured up tulips from Picket Fence Studios. The sentiment is by Lawn Fawn and I used some sequins from Little Things from Lucy’s Cards.
Today I have another simple card to share with you. A 1st birthday card. I used Lee Holland’s Bunny on Presents and coloured it up in no-line while adding a subtle 1 to the balloon. A simple matching sentiment and a few enamel dots as usual to finish off the card.
Purple Onion Designs is having a birthday sale (19 years, wow!) this week and I’ve been asked to guest design for it! For today’s card I’ve gone with bolder, darker colours than I usually do, because they make for great cards too!
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!
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!