I’ve coloured up this adorable little girl and her massive balloon this week. Mo has the most adorable images for children and this one is just delightful! A little fun colourful cluster for the decorations. This is one of her Patreon images, but there are loads others in her shop here.
The dragon carrying yarn I made a card with previously has a sibling who knits, so of course I had to colour that one up as well. It is called Dragon Knitting and is by Lee Holland. I made it for a co-worker who was retiring this summer. She loves blues, hence the near all blue card!
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.
I’m up on the Mo’s DT blog again today and I’ve got a Christmas card to share this time. I’ve used an image that I received as a Patreon for Mo. I’ve been that since about the start and have received loads of fun images. It’s fun getting new ones sent to my mail every month and it’s the only subscription I’ve had to anything craft related! Anyway, back to the card!
I’ve opted for a teal and light brown combination today. The top left corner of the card has gotten a cluster made of die cut scrap paper and a sentiment. The papers are from Maja Design whereas the dies are from Whimsy Stamps, Memory Box and MFT Stamps. I’ve used a sentiment from Norsk Stempelblad.
It’s time for another Christmas card to make sure the pile is growing nicely! This is a stamp by Kinda Cute by Patricia which I coloured up quite a while ago. It was fun to do a no-line version of the stamp.
The sentiment is by Mathia Design and I’ve used patterned paper by Maja Design cut into various shapes using Whimsy Stamps dies (aff. link). The snowflakes are made with Memory Box dies and I’ve put it all on top of a doily and added some transparent sequins and red enamel dots to finish it off.