There are a few big stamps in the latest Picket Fence Studios (this and all links in this post are affiliate links) release and the Mistletoe Kisses is one of them. I’ve chosen to stamp it in the top left corner so that I could fit a big sentiment as well. I opted for Joyeux Noel from the stamp set with the same name. A few sequins from the Christmas Flurries embellishment jar were placed around the sentiment, and I stuck with my top left positioning when putting the coloured panel onto the card base as well.
There is an Instagram happening over the weekend and I got to play with some of Wow!’s great embossing powders together with Picket Fence Studios (all links are affiliate links) products. I opted for cutting out the Big Beautiful Dragonfly. I covered it in Wow!’s Embossing Pad and then used the Grape Fizz from the Twinly Fizz Wow! Trio. The original die was cut out in white and this shows just how well the coverage is. I love it!
To make it stand out, I’ve used the A2 Pierced Blanket Cover Plate die and used some darker blue card stock. The sentiment is from the Early Tulips stamp set and it is embossed with Wow!’s Polished Silver. It is super shiny and looks great! I’ve used sequins from the following three mixes: Black Tie Affair, Rainbow and A Classic Christmas.
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I’m in a giraffe mood at the moment! They are such fun to colour up! Here I’ve used Giraffe Hug from RAM Stamps to make a baby card. I’ve die cut the coloured paper with a cloud die and then used a winter themed paper in the background. Various snowflake dies were used to add to the winter theme and then I stacked several die cut letters on top of each other to make the name pop out. A small banner with the date on was put underneath.
Hi all. It’s been a hectic start to the month, but now I’m back on crafting track again. I have loads of cards to show you and first off is this one using Mo’s Digital Pencil’s lovely Prom S stamp. I’ve made the stamp larger so I could crop it and then did a no-line colouring of her.
Today’s card features a Lili of the Valley stamp and I’ve made it yellow and cheerful. The sweet bear is coloured up with Copic markers and I didn’t go as heavy on the contrasts today as I usually do. You can find the stamp in their Etsy shop here.
The background paper is by Waffle Flower and the sentiment by Mathia Design. For fun I decided to draw in a border around the coloured panel.