It’s time for another birthday card and this time I’ve got a dragon flying by to wish happy birthday! The dragon is by Mama Elephant and is coloured up with Copic as usual. I opted for a green and blue combo this time. The happy birthday die is by Lawn Fawn. I cut off the “to you” part and coloured it in colours matching the dragon. To finish it off I used a turquoise card base and three enamel dots to match the letters.
For my sister’s birthday I’ve made two cards and they are completely different. The first of the two that I will show you is this fun one. I’ve combined products from loads of different companies again: Mama Elephant (stamp), Altenew (stencil and enamel dots), Distress Oxides, MFT Stamps (background stamp and bigger die), La-La Land Crafts (smaller die), Papirdesign (word die) and Mathia Design (embossed text).
Time for another birthday card today! I’ve used a stamp from Mama Elephant and a die from Papirdesign to create this card. For once I’ve even made a mini slimline card as that size fit the stamp perfectly. These are a bit unusual colours for me, but it’s fun to try other combinations and this is such a fun one! A few matching enamel dots from Altenew and a matching cardstock background finished off the look.
I’ve, once again, used the Feeding the Birds stamp from Mo’s Digital Pencil. This time I’ve cut it out by hand and used only very few colours. The card is made with items from various companies. The background stamp is by Simon Says Stamp, inked with Distress Oxide, the polaroid frame die is by MFT Stamps and the snowflakes by Hello Bluebird. A simple sentiment by Mama Elephant and some red and white baker’s twine finished off the card.
I’ve had fun with another card! I’ve used a Pinkfresh stencil with Distress Oxide and Altenew ink on a Simon Says Stamp background stamp. The yellow background paper is by Law Fawn, word and letter dies by MFT Stamps and a dragon stamp by Mama Elephant. I do love mixing brands to get the look I want. Hopefully I’ll have time to make more cards like this. It was so much fun!