I love a good snowman stamp and this one is being hugged by his bunny and penguin friends. The stamp, by Purple Onion Designs, is called Sweet Snow Friends. How adorable is that? I love colouring it up, and this time I die cut the panel and put it off-centre on a dark green piece of background paper. The sentiment is a mix of a Gummiapan die cut (a few of them glued together for dimension) and a Mathia Design text stamp. A few Altenew dots to bring in the peach colour of the the colouring finished off the look.
I love making Christmas cards and try to make them all year around. Then, if something happens that prevent me from making loads in November and December, I will still have a fair few to send out at Christmas. So, needless to say, I’ve already made a start on this year’s cards already! Here is Rupert, he is making a snowman. I have paired him with the large mountains stamp, both from the Stacey Yacula collection over at Purple Onion Designs. I do love winter themed Christmas cards!
I’ve used one of Rachelle’s more recent, and quite adorable, stamps for today’s card. It’s the Nutcracker scene creator set. I have, once again, kept it simple and just added some sequins around the sentiment.
PFS Frolicking Winter Friends
I’m back with my final card for the Picket Fence Studios October release. As the whole family got sick for a couple of weeks, everything got put a bit on hold. But now I’m hopefully back around with loads of crafting time soon!
I’ve used a few different products for this one as well, but this one is more my usual style of a full panel colouring! The adorable mice are from the Frolicking Winter Friends set, I’ve used a few trees from Scene Building: Winter Wonderland Trees and then I used some green sequins from the Black Tie Affair Sequin Mix.
MFT Superstar Clean & Simple Genius
I’ve also made a Clean & Simple card for this year’s MFT Superstar. Once again, my markers have been out to play, and I’ve coloured up Birdie Brown’s Warmest Wishes. After colouring up a little background around her I’ve used that colour on the background paper from the Watercolor Wash paper pad. The sentiment, from the Bitty Holiday Wishes set, has been put to run along the edge to keep the focus on the right-hand side of the card. As I’ve put it that way around, I stuck with black ink so it would be easy to read still.
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