I was without internet all weekend, so the blogging I’d planned to do simply had to wait. I did however make 10 or so cards though, so I have plenty of stuff to share! Here is one of them. A simple card using an old Stamping Bella stamp, Make it Crafty chipboard (I’ll miss them!) and Rayher butterflies. This is one of the images I coloured up on my Copic demo at Hobbykunst last autumn.
Here is the second card I made with the elephant and hippo sets from MFT Stamps for the course I’ll be having in a week and a half in Oslo. I went for blues and greens this time to contrast the pinks of the other card.
Dette er ett av to fargekombinasjoner man kan velge på kurset jeg skal ha hos Hobbykunst i Oslo 8. februar. Her blir det grønn, turkis og blå i både Distress Oxide og Copic Marker. Vi lager bakgrunnen og fargelegger motivene sammen. For mer info og påmelding, ta en titt innom Hobbykunst sine hjemmesider. Tekststemplet er fra Huldra Designstudio.
Here is a photo of both of them together:
Today I’m going to show you another card made with Wee Stamps at Whimsy Stamps. This is Maya. I was asked to use earth tones and decided to add a dash of red to it. The papers are mostly Maja Design, as usual. Even though the card is layered it’s reasonably simple with few embellishments. The lace gets to stand out really well against the green background.
Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, (hair) BV20, BV23, BV25, BV29, (red) R32, R35, R37, R39, R89, (green) BG90, BG93, BG96, BG99, (brown) E70, E71, E74, E77, E79, (ground) W0, W1, W3, (background) B000, B00, Y000, V000, N0
Another simple card today. This one is featuring one of the stamps that will be released at Lili of the Valley at the end of the week. There are loads of cute bunnies, some in couples as well, and four other couple stamps. The sentiment is also Lili of the Valley and so is the background paper.
Copics used: E41, E42, E43, BG90, BG93, RV00, RV63, RV55
With all the blue Christmas cards I’ve shared and will share, I thought I’d break it up a bit by adding one of the green ones. I don’t often make many green Christmas cards, but I’ve actually made a couple this year. This one is done with a Mo’s Digital Pencil image, a Papirdesign text stamp and a snowflake stamp by MFT Stamps. I’ve just drawn a border around it all and kept it simple.
I’ll see if I can find the copics I used for this and be back with them later on. The browns are E70s at least 🙂