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.
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!
This way cool stamp is by Colorado Craft company it’s such for to colour up. Think I’ll go with pink next time, maybe?
I’ve made a birthday card with the candles from the newest Lili of the Valley release. You can find them here in a clear stamp version. A fun sentiment was made to go with using some of the words that come with the candles.
The mini slimline card was made by using a Lawn Fawn die to cut out the coloured panel.
I have another birthday card to share. This time it’s for a 10 year old who loves to read. That made this Rachelle Anne Miller stamp quite perfect. It is called Reading in the Garden (aff.link).
The background is name with various inks, stamps and white acrylic paint on a stencil on top. A few MFT dies and embossed sentiment, as well as a Honey Bee Stamps die, make up the rest of the card.