Baby cards are fun to make and I think I’ve made more the past year than all the previous years I’ve been card making added up. I wonder why, haha! I do like making them in the non-traditional blue and pinks as well, and this one in turquoise and purple is amongst my favourites already. The adorable stamp is by Stamping Bella, the background paper is by Lawn Fawn and the chipboard was from Make It Crafty.
On Sunday last week I had a random impulse for a card. I spotted a recently added challenge at the Hobbykunst challenge blog on Facebook which said to make a specific size and type of folded card. I had just finished one of my other deadline project and figured “hey, why not”. I then asked for trouble, I mean a colour suggestion, and was given the colour yellow. It took me a whole hour to actually find yellow patterned paper I could use and that says a little of how much paper I have and the amount of yellow that was in it. Now there’s no yellow left.
I used a Mo’s Digital Stamp image which I’d coloured up previously. It was a fun project so there many be another card of two similar to this soon, if I find the time!
Here is a peek of the inside of the card. I’ve used some text stamps from Mathia design.
And a final photo of the project
Clean and simple is my thing at the moment. Mostly because I’ve gone through images I’ve coloured that fit well on those kind of cards! This is a fairy, by Stamping Bella, that I coloured up a while ago. I’ve even made a video of how I colour it. It is in slightly different colours, but you’ll get the idea. The video is here.
Once again I’ve used Lawn Fawn paper and Make it Crafty chipboard. The enamel dots are by Your Next Stamp and the dies and embossed text stamp by MFT Stamps.
I love this stamp. That’s definitely no secret at all. I love using it on baby cards. Mostly clean and simple ones, but sometimes layered ones, too. Today I’m going to show you a clean and simple one that I made recently. I used a patterned paper by Lawn Fawn, a chipboard from Make it Crafty and made a sentiment strip to go with. And that’s it. The card didn’t need anything else. The adorable stamp is by Lili of the Valley, of course.
Recently it was Fairy Day. I didn’t even know that was a thing, but I’m happy it is as it meant that Lili of the Valley had a new release for it, with fairies of course! Here is one of the cards I’ve made using said new fairies. I decided to do it with a splash of rainbow colours, because why not?!
Copics used: I don’t remember… sorry!