Time to relax

I have another card made with a bit of pencil colouring. This time I’ve coloured up a stamp by MFT Stamps with my Prismacolor Premier pencils. As usual kraft card stock is my go-to card stock for pencils.

The sentiment area is made up of various scraps of paper die cut into different shapes. At the bottom it’s a cut off doily and on top an embossed sentiment also by MFT Stamps. A few enamel dots finished off the look.

Lotv Snowmen buddies

I’m not sure it’s a good idea, but I have actually already started on this year’s Christmas cards and the year is only 8 days old so far! The stamp is called Snow Folk and is by Lili of the Valley.

I had to try making a full panel shaker card again as I recently purchased some easy to use shaker covers by Waffle Flower Crafts. The sentiment is a stamp by MFT Stamps and so is the ink I used. The sequins are by Buttons Galore and more.

RAM reading in the garden

I have another birthday card to share. This time it’s for a 10 year old who loves to read. That made this Rachelle Anne Miller stamp quite perfect. It is called Reading in the Garden (aff.link).

The background is name with various inks, stamps and white acrylic paint on a stencil on top. A few MFT dies and embossed sentiment, as well as a Honey Bee Stamps die, make up the rest of the card.

RAM Tweet friendship

I have had help making today’s card. My 2 year old has helped me make the background by both stamping different stamps as well as using paint on a stencil. The stamp is called Tweet Friendship and is by Rachelle Anne Miller.

Rudolph says hello

It’s the season for Christmas cards and therefore I have another one to share today. I’ve used one of the new selfie stamps by MFT Stamps and stuck with neutral colours to go with the red. Die cuts from Honey Bee Stamps and Memory Box, letters and card stock by MFT Stamps as well as a Snip Art stencil, some acrylic paint, foam tape and a sentiment strip from Simon Says Stamp make up the list of supplies this time.