Rudolph says hello

It’s the season for Christmas cards and therefore I have another one to share today. I’ve used one of the new selfie stamps by MFT Stamps and stuck with neutral colours to go with the red. Die cuts from Honey Bee Stamps and Memory Box, letters and card stock by MFT Stamps as well as a Snip Art stencil, some acrylic paint, foam tape and a sentiment strip from Simon Says Stamp make up the list of supplies this time.

Mo’s Shop Tot

I have a new Christmas card to share today. I’ve used the adorable Shop Tot stamp by Mo’s Digital Pencil for my card and I’ve made a small scene behind her to put her in a wintery landscape.

The sentiment is by Papirdesign and I’ve used Altenew ink for it.

LotV Grace Love

I coloured this one up in no-line earlier this year and also made a colouring video (which you can find on YouTube here). The card itself is simple with a thick bordered matching card base, some enamel dots and a “thinking of you” sentiment by Mathia Design. The stamp, Grace Love, is by Lili of the Valley.

RAm hanging stars boy

I do my best to avoid making two cards looking the same. However, there is one exception. If someone wants one of my cards and then another one similar or identical, then I’ll do it. That is the case with this one. Someone wanted the pink version I made earlier this year, but also wanted it in a blue version for a boy. So here it is, using Rachelle Anne Miller’s Hanging Stars!

The text stamp, card base and inks are by MFT Stamps and I’ve used Copic Marker to colour up the image. As always, the enamel dots are by Altenew.

Here you can see the pink and blue together:

RAM Aussie Christmas

Rachelle Anne Miller was out with a new stamp during the second half of October and it’s an adorable Aussie Christmas one! I have had a bit of a hectic month and not much time to craft, but when I saw it I simply had to colour it up straight away! Today I’m sharing the finished card with you. A simple corner cut from patterned paper with a sentiment and some enamel dots on red card stock to highlight the red in the coloured image.