Mo’s Tillie

I have one final card to share as a guest on Mo’s Digital Pencil’s DT while Elin is away on holiday and I chose the adorable Tillie for my project.

This time I wanted to make a fun background again so I used a stencil and a background stamp to make the background and then I made three stacking sentiments. The stamp was cut out by hand, put on foam tape and placed on the side before I added some enamel dots at random.

Reindeer and Snowman

It’s time for another Christmas card to make sure the pile is growing nicely! This is a stamp by Kinda Cute by Patricia which I coloured up quite a while ago. It was fun to do a no-line version of the stamp.

The sentiment is by Mathia Design and I’ve used patterned paper by Maja Design cut into various shapes using Whimsy Stamps dies (aff. link). The snowflakes are made with Memory Box dies and I’ve put it all on top of a doily and added some transparent sequins and red enamel dots to finish it off.

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.

LotV Cupcake Teddy

More bright pink for today’s card. I’ve used one of the newest Lili of the Valley stamps, the teddy bear with the cupcake. It’s available as a digital stamp in their online shop.

The card is simple where the card base (from MFT Stamps) is matching the frosting and the background paper (also MFT Stamps) is matching the coloured image as well. A simple embossed Norwegian sentiment (Mathia Design) and a few matching enamel dots finished off the card this time.

Happy 30th

This is the other of the two cards I made for my sister’s birthday this year. I decided it was time to try a full panel shaker card. I’ve seen a few others make these recently so I played around a little bit to see if I could work it out. I think it turned out alright and it’s such a fun card to give away!

The background is made with distress oxide inks and then I used a background stamp from MFT Stamps on the top part of the background in a slightly darker turquoise colour. I used various sequins and blings for the shaker area and then I added a sentiment and a coloured Tiddly Inks image on top.