Another no-line colouring again for today’s card. This time I’ve used one of the selfie stamps from My Favorite Things. Aren’t they cute? The background panel is made with green base card stock and a Lawn Fawn die cut cut out in white card stock. A Mathia Design sentiment and some enamel dots and.. voila!
I haven’t made cards with any of my My Favorite Things stamps in a while, so it’s time to share one of those, and maybe also find my Copic og colored pencils to colour up some new ones soon. I coloured this one up as a part of a course this spring, so it’s been a while! I love these cute little mice.
The stamps, cardstock and word die are all by My Favorite Things, and the “celebrate” old style label is by Tim Holtz
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.
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.
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.