Did you see the video I put up in the middle of March? Well, you can find it here, if you haven’t seen it yet. I’m showing how I coloured up this stamp from My Favorite Things called Magnolia Blossoms. Today the card is ready. I’ve drawn in a black whimsical border and some random dots, gave it a narrow cut to have a white border on the side. Then I used black ink on a stamp by Avery Elle.
Today marks the March release for Alex Syberia and I’ve been invited along as a guest designer! The stamp I chose for my Instagram Hop post is called Fabulous Floral and is designed to fit a slimline card. I decided to keep it as a slimline and opted for a light peach shade for all the flowers. The black cardstock framed it in nicely. I added a few black dots to the white space, a sentiment and then a handful of transparent sequins as embellishments.
I found a sentiment in my stamp collection that fit perfectly in both size and text. It’s from a collab set between GinaK Design and Hero Arts.
Copics used is YR00, R12, YR0, R22, R43, E44, E79
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’s time for another DT project using the lovely digital images by Rachelle Anne Miller. For today’s project, Rachelle herself got to pick what stamp I was to use. The stamp she picked is called Flower Love Birds. It isn’t really the type I would have chosen myself, but I love a good challenge so I’ve made two cards with it. To keep the cards similar I’ve used the same markers and kept both cards simple.
For the first one I’ve used the stamp as is.
For card number two I’ve rearranged the flowers and used a few of them more than one.
Here both cards are together.
There is a new Polkadoodles release today with new clear stamps. I have coloured up this adorable Serenity – Fairy Princess stamp and drew in a little background scene around her to give it a proper spring feeling. What is great is that it works for any season really, so you can use it however you like. The black lines of the hill is drawn in using a Copic Multiliner and I opted for keeping the clouds in a more no-line look. It was fun to use brighter and lighter colours than I normally use as well.
Bright pink cardstock for the card base and a simple sentiment with some enamel dots around was all I needed to finish off the card.
Here is another photo for you.
Copics used: YG00, YG21, YG23, YG25, YG17, YG91, YG93, YG95, YG97, YG99, Y11, Y13, Y17, Y19, YR15, YR27, RV000, RV00, R81, R43, RV14, RV17, R59, E00, E02, E13, E15, E41, E42, E43, E44, C00, C1, BV20, B000, B00, B00, B01