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.
Another card made for the new release at Lili of the Valley. The bunnies are super sweet and couples ever so adorable. What’s not to like, right?! This time I’ve made a layered card using the stamp Bunnies Sweetheart.
Copics used: N0, N1, N3, N5, BG90, BG93, BG96, RV91, RV93, RV95, B00, B34
So many red Christmas cards as of late that I figured I’d show another blue one. This has quite a cold, winter feeling to it and the three bunnies are adorable. The stamp is from Lili of the Valley. I used some more of my Maja Design papers and my favourite lace, and kept the card rather simple again. I’m quite fond of this semi-layered, semi-simple card for Christmas this time. Keeping it layered, but leaving off a lot of embellishments.
Copics used: N-series, B90-series, BG90-series.
There’s no secret I love this bear from Lili of the Valley. This time he’s made his way onto a clean and simple card, and in blue. I decided to just draw on a frame around everything by hand and then write over the stamped sentiment to create a shadow effect of it as it smudged a little when I stamped it.
Copics used: E41, E42, E43, E44, B91, B93, B95, B97, B99, BG90, BG93, BG96, BG99, N0, N1, N3, N5, V91, V95
A very clean and simple blue Christms card using one of the Tomte at Lili of the Valley. I decided to do this one in no-lines.
And the Copics? Well, I don’t remember. I coloured it while I was away and in a hurry, but at a guess it was the B90s, E70s, E40s and Ns primarily.