RAM Woodland Snowman

Another Christmas card! It’s definitely time to get started on those if you haven’t yet and Rachelle’s stamps are great for this type of cards! Here I’ve used the adorable Woodland Snowman.

Once again I’ve used a Lawn Fawn die cut which I coloured in to match.

RAm hanging stars boy

I do my best to avoid making two cards looking the same. However, there is one exception. If someone wants one of my cards and then another one similar or identical, then I’ll do it. That is the case with this one. Someone wanted the pink version I made earlier this year, but also wanted it in a blue version for a boy. So here it is, using Rachelle Anne Miller’s Hanging Stars!

The text stamp, card base and inks are by MFT Stamps and I’ve used Copic Marker to colour up the image. As always, the enamel dots are by Altenew.

Here you can see the pink and blue together:

Slimline flowers

I’ve finally finished the card I made with the Pinkfresh Studio flowers I coloured up with my Prismacolor pencils for my video back in August: see it here. I’ve drawn a border around the coloured panel and stamped a birthday greeting from Papertrey Ink. A few sequins and then some die cut butterflies from La-La Land Crafts made up the rest of the card.

Mo’s Tillie

I have one final card to share as a guest on Mo’s Digital Pencil’s DT while Elin is away on holiday and I chose the adorable Tillie for my project.

This time I wanted to make a fun background again so I used a stencil and a background stamp to make the background and then I made three stacking sentiments. The stamp was cut out by hand, put on foam tape and placed on the side before I added some enamel dots at random.

Saying hi with flowers

I’ve coloured up one of Emily Midgett’s colouring panels. A dash of yellow for the flowers and a bright yellow background. The only decorations are a few transparent sequins and a die cut sentiment. The sentiment is actually the hello die by Altenew (aff.link) which I cut into a Norwegian equivalent. I admit it worked a lot better than I had thought and it doesn’t look like it’s been cut, I think. Love it when you can use a die like that!