With all the colouring videos lately, today I have a card without any colouring! I have used the snowflake stamp set from MFT Stamps and stamped it loads of times using various colours of Distress Oxide inks and Altenew inks. At the end I embossed white snowflakes on top. It was quite a fun project and I rarely make anything without any colouring, at least no clean and simple cards with just ink and embossing powder!
A few transparent sequins and a simple sentiment finished off the card.
I’ve finally gotten around to making another slimline card! I’ve coloured up stamps from MFT Stamps and then I used the filmstrip die from Whimsy Stamps for the layout. The little stamps fit perfectly into those squares! I quickly made two sentiments on the computer, as I didn’t have what I wanted at hand, and then coupled it with a word die also from MFT Stamps. A few enamel dots from Altenew and voila! Card done!
This card has been entered into the following challenge:
I have another new video for you today! And I am hoping I’ll be able to add them at least monthly from now on! This time I’ve coloured up one of the new My Favorite Things stamps in a no-line version. The stamp is from the new Rachelle Anne Miller line and is called Birthday Cutie. It is a clear stamp and to get the no-line effect I prefer InkOn3’s Fade-Out ink. There is a digital version of this stamp available in Rachelle’s shop here as well.
There is no audio for this and as it’s pretty quick to colour it up. The original, unedited, filming took 20minutes and the finished video is on less than 12 minutes.
If you’d rather view the video directly on YouTube, click here.
I filmed colouring up this one the other day, the image I used for the card below. As you can see, the image in the video isn’t identical. This is because there was something wrong with what I had filmed so I had to film it again. Either way, here is a card sample of what you can make with this kind of coloured image. Click here for more info on the actual card.
The colours used for this video are: (skin) E00, E02, E13, E15, (hair) YR31, E21, E23, E25 (purple) RV91, RV93, RV95 (grey/white) W0, W1, W3 (yellow) YR31, YR21, YR23, E35 + Copic Multiliner 0.1 in cool grey + Sakura GellyRoll 0.8 in white
There is another new release coming to MFT Stamps this month where Rachelle Anne Miller‘s illustrations are present. I’ve been lucky enough to play with this one before it’s being released Tuesday next week. It’s such an adorable little stamp! I’ve stamped it with Fade-Out Ink and did a no-line version. Once again my markers were arguing with me, so this is the third one I coloured up.
The background is made using Scattered Straw and Milled Lavender Distress Oxide Inks and then I used MFT’s Happy Birthday background stamp on top. The sentiment at the bottom is from the same stamp set as the girl and the stitched rectangle die is also from MFT Stamps.
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and I hope you are able to spend some of the time with at least one of your loved ones in this difficult year.
Here I have used the Merry Wishes stamp set by MFT Stamps and coloured in the whole panel with my Copics. The card itself is kept simple, so I stamped a sentiment from the Christmas Cheer (MFT also) set onto the coloured panel and then die cut it with a rectangle STAX frame (MFT) before using foam tape to attach it to the purple card base (MFT as well).
The stamps have been masked together. It can be a bit fiddly, but remember that you only need to cut out the part that is used for the masking. I tend to keep used masks together with the stamp set so I can easily reuse them another time. You can always cut out the rest of the mask another time if you want to use another part of the stamp for masking.