Mo’s my Boo

I’m back with another card for Mo’s Digital Pencil’s design team this week because I really wanted to make a Halloween card this year using this adorable image. It is called My Boo. I decided to cut off the lower part of the stamp and draw a border around the image this time. A matching card base, some enamel dots and a sentiment from La-La Land Crafts finished off the look.

Dragon flying past

It’s time for another birthday card and this time I’ve got a dragon flying by to wish happy birthday! The dragon is by Mama Elephant and is coloured up with Copic as usual. I opted for a green and blue combo this time. The happy birthday die is by Lawn Fawn. I cut off the “to you” part and coloured it in colours matching the dragon. To finish it off I used a turquoise card base and three enamel dots to match the letters.

Mo’s Little Fairy Mandi

I’m back with a new card. The whole family has been sick for about a month now, so surely this cold virus must be on its way out of our system shortly! Thank goodness I have a little pile of coloured images to use when colouring isn’t happening. Although for this one I did draw the present in for her to sit on!

The stamp is by Mo’s Digital Pencil and it’s called Little Fairy Mandi. I’ve used a birthday die by Papirdesign together with a Mathia Design text stamp for the sentiment. It says “Birthday hug for you”.

Lotv Single flower

Today’s card features a Lili of the Valley stamp and I’ve made it yellow and cheerful. The sweet bear is coloured up with Copic markers and I didn’t go as heavy on the contrasts today as I usually do. You can find the stamp in their Etsy shop here.

The background paper is by Waffle Flower and the sentiment by Mathia Design. For fun I decided to draw in a border around the coloured panel.

LotV Sweet Peas

It’s raining. A lot. I think it’s trying to make up for all the nice weather we’ve been having. Also, winter is coming. So I’ve made a spring themed card! Bright greens, a dash of darker greens and some pink for this little mouse sleeping with his book. The stamp is called Sweet Peas and can be found here in the Lili of the Valley Etsy shop.

Oh and they’re having 60% off through today, so it is a good day to pop by and pick up some favourites!

I’ve used a sentiment die by Papirdesign and some sequins. The die cut frame has been put in the top left corner of the card base.