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.

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.

RAM penguin scene

Rachelle Anne Miller has a new release on the way and it’s great as usual! It contains four new stamps and a scene creator. As the scene creator set contains penguins I quickly decided that had to be my first project this month! I made a reasonably quick card though as life has gotten a bit in the way the past week or two. I still managed to make a little scene and just added a sentiment stamp for the finished card.

Party Animals

Time for a colourful and fun card! I’ve used three of the party selfie stamps from MFT Stamps and coloured them up in matching colours. The card base is also from MFT Stamps onto which I’ve stamped various sentiments and some confetti. The lion is added on with foam tape and I’ve coloured up chipboard numbers to match.

I’ve entered this card into the following challenge:

Simon Says Monday Challenge: Stamp It

Mo’s Peter Pan

It is Wednesday and I’m sharing another card using Mo’s Digital Pencil. I have made something a little bit different this time: a full panel shaker card for a boy! Various distress inks for the background before adding loads of sequins for Peter Pan to enjoy. Hopefully Tinker Bell won’t steal them all before the card reaches its recipient!

The background is made using 4 different distress oxide inks, a splatter stamp and a background stamp both by MFT Stamps. Various sequins were used to fill the card before a cut out Peter Pan was glued to the top with die cut letters and enamel dots both by Altenew filled the space next to him.