Hexagon flowers

Yup, you’re seeing the right thing here. I’m finally back with a new post! I’ve added a few photos to Instagram over the past few months, but not a lot to the blog. That is going to change as I think I will finally have some more time again! First up I have this card I made using a Pinkfresh die to cut apart one of my Altenew colourings. It is the Clematis stamp I’ve used for this. Each hexagon is made up of 4 layers: 3 layers of normal card stock and then this coloured stamp on top.

To finish off the look I added a hello die cut (also Altenew), an embossed sentiment and some pearls (which didn’t photograph well).

LOTV Candles

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.

RAM’s You’re two

Rachelle Anne Miller is out with a new release today and it’s full of numbers! I chose to use the Two Bears (aff.link) stamp for a birthday card needed for later this month! It is quite handy to have numbers like these for cards for children and I will definitely make more!

I’ve stuck with keeping it simple and converted the big number two into a big balloon! A simple stipe on the side to add a splash of colour before putting the narrower coloured panel on top using foam tape makes up my card today.

Time to relax

I have another card made with a bit of pencil colouring. This time I’ve coloured up a stamp by MFT Stamps with my Prismacolor Premier pencils. As usual kraft card stock is my go-to card stock for pencils.

The sentiment area is made up of various scraps of paper die cut into different shapes. At the bottom it’s a cut off doily and on top an embossed sentiment also by MFT Stamps. A few enamel dots finished off the look.

Mo’s Football supporter

The time around Christmas and New Year is for some all about football. Especially in the UK is the hype around the Boxing Day match quite high. So I thought now was a good time to share a card for a football supporter! If you’re familiar with the various jerseys I hope you recognise this one as the Liverpool one. That’s the great thing about this Mo Manning stamp: you can draw on whatever you like to match the recipients favourite team! The stamp is called King for the Day.

I went with the team colours and then that blank banner over the number holds the recipients name. I just don’t like sharing names when I put up my cards.