I posted up a colouring of one of Rachelle Anne Miller’s new stamps on my Instagram account yesterday. Today I’d like to show you the finished card I made with it. I’ve used Sweet Reindeer (aff. link) and coloured it up with my Prismacolor pencils this time.
It’s the season for Christmas cards and therefore I have another one to share today. I’ve used one of the new selfie stamps by MFT Stamps and stuck with neutral colours to go with the red. Die cuts from Honey Bee Stamps and Memory Box, letters and card stock by MFT Stamps as well as a Snip Art stencil, some acrylic paint, foam tape and a sentiment strip from Simon Says Stamp make up the list of supplies this time.
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.
I was asked to colour up a couple of images and make projects for Lee Holland and how could I possibly resist something as cute as this? I didn’t even try! My first project features the Reindeer Antler Christmas Dragon and I’ve opted for my favourite blues combined with green and brown. The images are quite fiddly too colour as they are so detailed, but they are definitely fun!
The sentiment is made with letters from an Altenew die set and parts of a larger word die by Papirdesign.
Through August (2021) Lee Holland is having a promotion of 30% off if you buy 3 or more stamps. Or if you fancy the entire Christmas Dragon bundle use the code CHRISTMAS60 to get 60% off!
I’ve finally got a bit more crafting time and I’ve spent the past week colouring up various images. However, Lili of the Valley is having a new Christmas and winter release today so of course I had to make a card with one of the new images! I’ve used the image Winter Moonlight for this project.
The background paper and “klem” part of the sentiment are from Papirdesign and the big letters are by Altenew. And of course the card is blue. It is my favourite for this kind of card after all!