Today’s card is pretty simple. It is a partially coloured panel, raised off the light grey card base with foam tape, then several layers of the sentiment raises that again off the panel. The stamp is a Rachelle Anne Miller illustrated one by My Favorite Things and is called Snow Sweet. The sentiment die is by Mama Elephant, and the snowflakes are by Picket Fence Studios.
Time for another mini-slimline card. I seem to have a thing for those at the moment and today I’m going to share a purple one! It is one of MFT’s Holiday Penguins who is out to play today. The purple water colour background paper and the simple “everything” stamp is also by My Favorite Things. I’ve used a massive snowflake by Waffle Flower and both the mini slim line frame die and the word merry are by Lawn Fawn.
I was unsure for a while, if I would be able to make a card for the contest or not, but here I am! This year I’ve decided to only enter in one of the categories: Clean and Simple Genius . Yup, you guessed it, it is the annual Superstar contest over at My Favorite Things!
A friend and I have been ordering together a few times the past year or two, to save on postage, and this adorable set I ordered arrived just last week. I am loving the new designs, so of course I had to pick a Jenoblade. Here is Fall for You. The scene stamp is stamped in no-line and coloured in pale colours, and then the other stamp is coloured in bolder colours, with a dash of contrasting pink (which I reused for the card stock border on the side). The sentiment is from the Everything Wonderful set (loving these sentiments!).
So yeah, this is my Superstar entry this year. Good luck to all the participants! Have a great Sunday, everyone.
I’ve taken some time to play around with some goodies I bought earlier this year. This is the Mod Heart by Mama Elephant which I bought at ByCino. It is such a fun heart and I die cut it in loads of different card stocks colours so I could mix and match. The card stocks are mostly by Papertrey Ink and MFT Stamps.
The sentiment is by Spellbinders and the sentiment strip is by Altenew.
Today is Norway’s national day, so I figured a card that reminds me of a trip to the coast, in our flag’s colours, would be suitable.
It is another shaped card made with Mintay papers. Here I’ve used one of the papers as the focal point and added some of the cut-outs around the edge. I’ve pained the edges of the paper with white acrylic paint as usual. The circle dies I used here are from MFT Stamps and I’ve used enamel dots from Altenew to add another pop of red. The cardboard sentiment is by 49 and Market.