I’m back with another card for Rachelle Anne Miller and this time I’ve used Pond Play. I’ve made a rather simple card where I’ve adjusted the sentiment that comes with to fit with my layout. I’ve coloured in most of the panel, but faded the sky into the white card stock leaving it white at the top. The image has been coloured with Copic markers and I’ve added it onto purple card base. And that’s it this time!
Time for a new Lili of the Valley card, and I’ve made a Christmas one! I’ve used a stamp called Igloo Bears. I cut out the panel with a stitched frame die and added various cuts of different matching paper scraps I had laying around in a cluster at the top. A bit of twine with a sentiment on added the final touch. The sentiment is also from Lili of the Valley and you can find it here.
There is a new release coming to Rachelle Anne Miller‘s digital stamp shop on Thursday this week and it’s a cute one! I’ve played with one of the new stamps, called Teddy Bear Picnic, and made my first mini slimline card. I coloured up the entire panel and added a simple sentiment to it with a few enamel dots.
Time for another Christmas card, and once again it’s a rather blue one! I’ve used distress oxide on a background stamp from Simon Says Stamp together with dies from MFT Stamps (frame) and Papirdesign (sentiment). The stamp, by Whimsy Stamps, is coloured up with Copics and a few blue sequins finished off the look.
Time for another card with pencil colouring! I actually coloured this one up as one of my first pencil colourings back in May last year and it’s taken until now for it to make its way onto a card. The stamp is from Purple Onion Designs and I use Prismacolor Premier pencils.
The card itself is simple. I’ve cut the panel a little narrow to fit a stripe of coloured cardstock down the side. I’ve drawn in a border around the edges of the coloured panel as well. The sentiment is a combination of a stamp from MFT Stamps and one of their dies which I’ve cut short so it only says “wish”. I had the perfect amount of light blue enamel dots from Altenew left, so they got to hang out around the sentiment as well.