I’m in the spirit of Christmas cards at the moment, so I have to share loads! Sorry, not sorry! Here is Elliot and Marcel making Snowfetti. It is from Purple Onion Designs’ Julian Charlton range. I think the stamp is super cool and tried something new: pencil colouring on a blue background. Fun! I’ve added extra snow and a fun border around. Love how the pencil colouring turned out, so don’t be surprised if you see more like it!
I have another Christmas card made. In fact, I think I’m going to try to make a Christmas card a week until Christmas. Anybody else up for trying the same? I’ve used the adorable Shop Tot by Mo’s Digital Pencil for this week’s Mo-make.
The background is made by running a stencil through my die cutting machine to emboss the paper. The stencil is by PFS and is called Snowball Fight (aff link). I’ve also used their connected circles for the frame. This is all raised with foam to make the coloured panel stay behind. A few snowflakes, a Make It Crafty chipboard and a Simon Says Stamp sentiment.
A quick small scene for one of the cute penguins and sentiment from Lili of the Valley’s latest clear stamp release.
I am so happy Lili of the Valley is going for physical stamps again. Some of my very first stamps were rubber stamps by them and although digital stamps are handy for getting whichever size you want etc. there’s something special about having the actual stamp!
The new set with the peek-a-boo set and penguins is my favourite, but I do like a few of the others as well! Hopefully they’ll be up in their Etsy shop and available for everyone next week! I’ve also used the sentiment stamp for this card.
Another Christmas card! It’s definitely time to get started on those if you haven’t yet and Rachelle’s stamps are great for this type of cards! Here I’ve used the adorable Woodland Snowman.
Once again I’ve used a Lawn Fawn die cut which I coloured in to match.