Guess what I’ve not made in forever? A layered card without any colouring! I saw these Mintay papers when visiting Rozzan’s shop when I was in Sweden last and I couldn’t walk away without a few different paper pads. As if I need anymore papers… But! This time I had a plan right away. I knew exactly what to make! Someone’s birthday was coming up and a sea themed card was perfect. For once I didn’t feel like colouring something as well, so it was perfect!
Today’s card features a Lili of the Valley stamp and I’ve made it yellow and cheerful. The sweet bear is coloured up with Copic markers and I didn’t go as heavy on the contrasts today as I usually do. You can find the stamp in their Etsy shop here.
The background paper is by Waffle Flower and the sentiment by Mathia Design. For fun I decided to draw in a border around the coloured panel.
It’s time for my first Rachelle Anne Miller card this month. It’s been such a busy month, but I’m hoping to still get my DT work done. Both teams knew I wouldn’t be very reliable we’re a bit into July at least. I’m glad I stayed around on two teams though, as a little bit of crafting provides such a great way to just slow down and relax a little at the moment! Anyway, you’re here for my card and not my chatting!
I’ve used this adorable girl on a swing stamp (A Swinging Summer) and added a little scene around it. Nothing fancy. The Colorado Craft Company sentiment is stamped with black ink onto the coloured panel and then I just left it at that. The panel is added to the card base using a bit of foam tape.
I have another fun card to share today. I’ve used a background stamp from Simon Says Stamp together with a Pinkfresh stencil and some Distress Oxide inks to create the background. Both the penguin stamp and the die cut border are from MFT Stamps and the sentiment is from Avery Elle. To finish it all off I used some Altenew enamel dots.
This card has been entered into the following challenge:
Simon Says Stamp – Wednesday Challenge: Animal Antics
Time for my first Rachelle Anne Miller project of the year. I’ve chosen one of her adorable girly stamps, a little ballerina. You can find the stamp in her shop here. The whole panel has been coloured up and then I’ve used a stitched rectangle die, embossed a sentiment and added three enamel dots as the only embellishments. The panel itself has been added with foam tape to raise it up from the card base a little.
Copics used: BV0000, BV000, BV00, BV01, BV02, BV04, RV63, RV66, RV69, YG01, YG13, YG17, YG67, Y32, Y38, E00, E02, E13, E15, E21, E23, E25, E27, E29, E49