I made a few cards right before Christmas and I’ll spend the rest of the year sharing some of them. First out I’ve coloured up this Whimsy Stamps penguin called Penguin Chocolate Surprise (aff.link). The layout is simple, as usual. This time I’ve used twine, a charm, some plain card stock, enamel dots and a premade sentiment.
Rachelle Anne Miller has a new release on the way and it’s great as usual! It contains four new stamps and a scene creator. As the scene creator set contains penguins I quickly decided that had to be my first project this month! I made a reasonably quick card though as life has gotten a bit in the way the past week or two. I still managed to make a little scene and just added a sentiment stamp for the finished card.
I have made yet another card for Lee Holland’s august sale. This time I’ve coloured up Snowman and Penguin. The stamp is coloured up using Copic Markers as per usual and I’ve gone with a darker sky and gave it a hard edge against the white coloured card stock.
The coloured panel has been die cut using one of MFT Stamps rectangle dies and I’ve added some Memory Box snowflakes around the edges. A swirly God Jul sentiment sits nicely across the bottom with some semi-transparent sequins around it.
Through August (2021) Lee Holland is having a promotion of 30% off if you buy 3 or more stamps. Or if you fancy the entire Ultimate Christmas bundle and Christmas Dragon bundle use the code CHRISTMAS60 to get 60% off!
I have another fun card to share today. I’ve used a background stamp from Simon Says Stamp together with a Pinkfresh stencil and some Distress Oxide inks to create the background. Both the penguin stamp and the die cut border are from MFT Stamps and the sentiment is from Avery Elle. To finish it all off I used some Altenew enamel dots.
This card has been entered into the following challenge:
Simon Says Stamp – Wednesday Challenge: Animal Antics
Time for another Christmas card, and once again it’s a rather blue one! I’ve used distress oxide on a background stamp from Simon Says Stamp together with dies from MFT Stamps (frame) and Papirdesign (sentiment). The stamp, by Whimsy Stamps, is coloured up with Copics and a few blue sequins finished off the look.