Did you see the video I posted the other day? If not you can find it here. This is my second project for the Rachelle Anne Miller design team this month and I’ve kept the card pretty simple. I’ve used the clear stamp version from MFT Stamps here, but the image is also available as a digital stamp here.
The sentiment is by Pretty Pink Posh and I’ve added the coloured panel on foam tape to raise it slightly from the white card base.
There is another new Lili of the Valley release coming this weekend and this time it’s all about Easter! I’ve played with the super cute Bunny Scooter stamp and made another simple card. I’ve coloured up the top area and made a little scene while keeping the bottom area white with a bigger sentiment and some enamel dots. The sentiment is by Pinkfresh.
I have another card using a stamp from the most recent Lili of the Valley release. It is called My Baby Bunny. I’ve coloured it up using my Copic markers and a no-line version of the image. The colours are kept soft and the card simple.
I’ve used a rather bright pink card stock and then a pale pink ink for the Avery Elle sentiment. A few clear sequins are placed at random for decorations.
It is Tuesday, which means Christmas is only a couple of days away. Here in Norway we celebrate on the 24th. So yeah, Christmas is nearly upon us and I don’t think I’ve been less prepared than I am this year. Thankfully I had most of my Christmas cards made early, but a few last minute ones are made this year as well. Fully coloured panels seems to be how my last minute cards end up this year, because quick and easy doesn’t seem to happen when I have no time at all! Hahaha. The stamp set I have used here, by My Favorite Things, is a part of the Stacey Yacula collection and is called Christmas Cheer. I have masked the stamps together, but if you prefer die cuts, you can find the matching set here. As we are just past the darkest day of the year here, I decided on a night sky.
The panel is die cut using MFT’s Stitched Rectangle stax dies. There are other fun options as well, such as the Whimsical one. The text stamp is from the Flurry of Love stamp set and I used cardstock for that and the enamel dots to match the colour of the bunny’s fur.
For Whimsy Stamps‘ December release I’ve made a slimline card using the Christmas Bunny Row extended stamp. This extended version is perfect for a slimline card. They do have one with fewer bunnies as well (here). I’ve kept it super simple and just coloured it up, embossed first with white embossing powder and then some white frantage to get some bigger chunks as well. The coloured panel was added to the card base using foam tape.