It’s time for another baby card! This one is for a boy and I’ve used one of Lili of the Valley‘s adorable stamps. I found some paper scraps to go with and some sequins, and that’s that.
Do you ever pick something out of your comfort zone to colour up just for a bit of a challenge and fun? This is a bit off what I normally colour, but I thought this was cool so I wanted to give it a go! The Rachelle Anne Miller stamp is called Space Rocket.
I kept the card simple by framing it in a colour similar to the turquoise I used on the space rocket. A few chipboard stars coloured yellow and a simple sentiment is all I added to it.
Also, did you know she has a sale going at the moment? Buy two stamps, get one free using the code BOGOSTAMPS. The offer ends on Friday.
Copics used: BG72, BG75, BG78, Y11, Y13, Y17, Y19, W0, W1, W3, W5, W7, W9, BV23, BV25, YR20, YR23, E34, N0, N1, E00, E02, E13, E15 + sakura gelly roll.
I have quite a simple card to show you today. I’ve used various bits from Lili of the Valley to make this: the stamp Flying High, one of the watercoloured backgrounds as well as Embossed Labels. I die cut the coloured panel and put it over the watercoloured background, covering a little less than half of the front of the card.
I made a really fun and colourful card for the latest Lili of the Valley stamp release. The new boy stamps are adorable, and I love this little one riding on a dinosaur with loads of presents and a little cupcake at the tip of the dinosaur’s tail!
The card is kept simple. I used distress inks to create a matching panel to have on the side of the coloured image and put the sentiment stamp on bright orange card stock. Because birthday cards are supposed to be fun, right?
I spent the weekend at Hobbykunst Norge colouring up various My Favorite Things Stamps. I got to meet some great people interested in both the colouring and the stamps and I got a few stamps coloured up to add to my already rather large pile of coloured images! One of the stamp sets I coloured up was the astronaut and space themed set. And between my colouring sessions on Saturday and Sunday I managed to make it into a card, too. I decided to go with the MFT sketch of the week so I could enter it into their challenge.
The paper is by Studio Light and the rhinestone stars are by Rayher. You can obviously find all the products at Hobbykunst.
Here is a photo of the card laying down flat as well, and a little more close up.
Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, (hair) E41, E42, E43, E44, (black) N3, N5, N7, N9, (blue) B01, B04, B06, (green star) G21, G40, G94, G99, (yellow) Y31, Y35, Y38, (green planet) YG93, YG97, YG99
This card has been entered into the following challenge:
MFT Stamps – Sketch Challenge #459