I have another card using a stamp from the most recent Lili of the Valley release. It is called My Baby Bunny. I’ve coloured it up using my Copic markers and a no-line version of the image. The colours are kept soft and the card simple.
I’ve used a rather bright pink card stock and then a pale pink ink for the Avery Elle sentiment. A few clear sequins are placed at random for decorations.
I have a new colouring video up on my YouTube channel today where I have coloured up one of the new Lili of the Valley stamps that is released today. It is a new line, Grace, and the stamp is called Love. You can find the stamp here. As these are digital stamps you can resize them (do make sure it’s proportional, though) to whichever size you fancy. For a limited time they are also available to pre-order as clear stamps. For the video I’ve used the the pencil sketch version of the stamp and printed it in faint lines to get a no-line effect.
There is no audio for this and as it’s pretty quick to colour it up, the video is only 10 minutes long, which is edited down and sped up a little from the 17 minutes it took me to colour her up.
If you’d rather view the video directly on You Tube, please click here.
I have not made the card with this image yet, but I plan to have it done and posted up on the blog next week.
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.
For today’s card, as my Crafty Meraki post of a the week, I’ve used Colorado Craft Company as my primary focus. The stamp is called Big & Bold Sympathy Rose. The stamp is quite large, so you need to cut it to make it fit on an A2 card. I opted for an angle a bit different to what is usual for this stamp and I picked some semi-random colours to colour it up. The flower is stamped with Ink On 3’s Fadeout ink.
As the stamp itself takes up so much space, I opted to leave the card reasonably simple. Just a bit of frantage over the coloured panel, a sentiment and some enamel dots in a match colour.
The sentiment is from MFT Stamps, the Smile Maker set, and is embossed in white on dark green card stock.
I’m back to share my second Polkadoodles project with using using the clear stamps set Beary Great Day. I asked three of the stamps together and coloured it up using Copic markers and faintly coloured lines. The sentiment is from the same set.
For the card itself I used two different pattered papers from the paper pad Blushing Blooms. The first is cut to fit the card front, and the second is slightly smaller, cut at an angle at the bottom and added with foam tape for some dimension.