This way cool stamp is by Colorado Craft company it’s such for to colour up. Think I’ll go with pink next time, maybe?
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RAM a Swining summer
It’s time for my first Rachelle Anne Miller card this month. It’s been such a busy month, but I’m hoping to still get my DT work done. Both teams knew I wouldn’t be very reliable we’re a bit into July at least. I’m glad I stayed around on two teams though, as a little bit of crafting provides such a great way to just slow down and relax a little at the moment! Anyway, you’re here for my card and not my chatting!
I’ve used this adorable girl on a swing stamp (A Swinging Summer) and added a little scene around it. Nothing fancy. The Colorado Craft Company sentiment is stamped with black ink onto the coloured panel and then I just left it at that. The panel is added to the card base using a bit of foam tape.
Crafty Meraki new beginning
December already and although I have a lot of winter and Christmas themed cards to show you this month, I am starting off with a floral card! Today’s project is a card made using the Little Things floral stamp from Crafty Meraki’s own collection. I started out by making a line in the middle with a black marker and masked off one half of the card, then I stamped the flower stamp before masking the other side, rotating the stamp set and stamping again. That way I used the same part of the stamp twice.
Once I had coloured it up I used part of a sentiment stamp from the Colorado Craft Company collaboration set, before using the rest of the same sentiment next to it instead of having it under as it was designed. I glued it onto lilac MFT card stock and used matching enamel dots from Altenew.
And here is a close-up photo for you.
Copics used: BV000, BV02, V000, V12, V15, V17, V09, Y13, Y17, Y19, YR27, YG61, YG63, YG67, RV02
Crafty Meraki + Colorado Craft Company
Today Crafty Meraki is having a special mini release. It’s a collaboration with Colorado Craft Company! It is a part of CCC’s big and bold line and it’s a gorgeous orchid.
I have opted for a no-line version in a bit of an unusual colour, at least for an orchid. Then again, orchids can be in pretty much any colour you want, right? Once I had almost all of it coloured up, I simply had to give the centre a lime green colour. I don’t know why, but that’s what felt right at the time and I really quite like it, actually.
Copics used: RV91, RV93, RV95, BV23, E70, E74, E77, N3, N5, N7, N9, YG01, YG13, YG67
Crafty Meraki – Sympathy rose
For today’s card, as my Crafty Meraki post of a the week, I’ve used Colorado Craft Company as my primary focus. The stamp is called Big & Bold Sympathy Rose. The stamp is quite large, so you need to cut it to make it fit on an A2 card. I opted for an angle a bit different to what is usual for this stamp and I picked some semi-random colours to colour it up. The flower is stamped with Ink On 3’s Fadeout ink.
As the stamp itself takes up so much space, I opted to leave the card reasonably simple. Just a bit of frantage over the coloured panel, a sentiment and some enamel dots in a match colour.
The sentiment is from MFT Stamps, the Smile Maker set, and is embossed in white on dark green card stock.
Copics used: R30, YR00, R12, R43, RV34, YG61, G43, G46, BG99