I have another Rachelle Anne Miller card to share with you. This time I’ve used one of the new stamps that was released earlier this month. It’s called Birthday Turtle. I have mirrored the stamp so the turtle is facing the right side and I drew in some clouds behind the turtle. The balloons were coloured up in loads of different colours, because why not right? And then I added some sentiments and enamel dots in various colours to go with.
I really wanted to make something today. It’s been a super busy week and I’ve hardly had time to sit down and spend time crafting or colouring, so now that it’s finally weekend I wanted to make sure to get some time in! And nothing. There was nothing I felt like making, apart from a vague feeling of wanting something with a rainbow on. After a while I remembered this pencil colouring I did a while back. The stamp is by Mama Elephant. I had some Lawn Fawn scrap paper laying about in lovely rainbow colours, so a piece of that, some white cardstock and the perfect Mama Elephant sentiment meant I got a card done after all!
I’ve made a reasonably simple card again. This time I’ve used a rainbow patterned background paper by Lawn Fawn together with a purple background paper by MFT Stamps. The wee bunny is also from MFT Stamps while the text stamp is by the Norwegian brand Mathia Design. Some enamel dots by Altenew and some foam tape for dimension and there we go!
Time for a fun, colourful monster card! I’ve used stamps from Avery Elle, enamel dots from Altenew and dies from MFT Stamps. And sometimes, well, you just need to know that you’re awesome!
Copics used: R22, R24, R27, R39, YR20, YR21, YR23, E35, E08, E19, E18, E97, N0, N1, N3, N5, YG01, YG03, YG17, YG99, B21, B23, B26, B39, V09, V12, V15, V17
Recently it was Fairy Day. I didn’t even know that was a thing, but I’m happy it is as it meant that Lili of the Valley had a new release for it, with fairies of course! Here is one of the cards I’ve made using said new fairies. I decided to do it with a splash of rainbow colours, because why not?!
Copics used: I don’t remember… sorry!