This month I have the honour of showing you a couple of cards I’ve made for Heffy Doodle as a guest designer. First up is a card filled with unicorns and a rainbow. I chose to use all of the unicorns from the Fluffy Puffy Unicorns stamp set and coloured them up with my Copic markers. I decided to cut them all out by hand, but you can obviously save time by using the coordinating die.
To make the card I started out by using the stripy blue background from the Spring Breeze paper pad and then I die cut a white panel using one of the frame dies from the Deckled Paper Hugs die set. I die cut several circles to make a rainbow in various plain card stock colours. The unicorns were then placed on top, using foam tape, in rainbow colours from left to right.
There is a new Picket Fence Studios release tomorrow. Are you ready for it? Today I want to show you want of my favourite dies from the past release, the Tropical Cocktail Shaker die, so you know to grab this one as well tomorrow, together with the new stuff. I’ve made one card with it as a shaker cocktail, and one using just the plain die.
First off I’ve cut out the glass loads of times and glued them together to make the shaker card. The Cosmo sequin mix was perfect for it. I then coloured up the little pieces with my Copics. The background behind is just a fun play around with various glaze. For the bottom layer I ran this rich, deep coloured card stock together with the Tree Bark 6×8 stencil through my die cut machine to get a lovely embossed look. The sentiment has used the same coloured card stock to match in with the sequin mix I used.
Here is a fun card using just the plain outline die. I’ve cut it out in different colours and glued them partially on top of each other. I’ve kept the card mostly white to make the die cuts and embellishments stand out, so the sentiment is kept neutral to go with. View the list of all the products at the end of the post.
I’ve coloured up this adorable little girl and her massive balloon this week. Mo has the most adorable images for children and this one is just delightful! A little fun colourful cluster for the decorations. This is one of her Patreon images, but there are loads others in her shop here.
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!