Today I have new card made for the Rachelle Anne Miller DT. The stamp I chose for my card this time is called Mummy Bunny and I think it’s super adorable! I printed the digital stamp out in faint lines to do a no-line version and added a funny shaped sky background and a few extra hearts to keep the card itself simple. All I added was a simple word die in a matching colour as well as a pale coloured cardstock to frame it all.
It is new release day at Rachelle Anne Miller’s online shop tomorrow and this time around she is introducing scene creators (aff.link). Basically it’s a pack of images which you can mix and match as you like to create your own scene. That seems to be the obvious choice with these stamps, so I opted for using just one, as there’s nothing wrong in doing that either! The bunny was my stamp of choice this time and I coloured it up in the no-line version. Be sure to pop by her shop tomorrow (12th) to see the new stamps.
For my card I’ve started off by using Distress Oxide on an Altenew stencil. Then I’ve clear embossed a Simon Says Stamp text onto that before adding various die cut elements and a doily. The stamp itself has been cut out by hand and then placed on top using foam tape. The Norwegian sentiment means “for a delightful friend” and is by Mathia Design.
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.