Last week a new Norwegian stamp brand appeared on the market here in Norway: Mathia design. Of course I had to use the stamps as soon as I got them! Here I’ve embossed the background stamp and used one of the text stamps. The coloured image is a Stamping Bella stamp and will be used in a class I’ll be teaching at Hobbykunst in Oslo in the middle of March.
Copic Marker Norge has its February challenge going and the DT have gotten challenged to colour up red. I have used a stamp from My Favorite Things. I kept the card super simple and used MFT Stamps card stock and a stitched rectangle die.
Copics used: (red) R32, R35, R37, R39, R89, (centre) Y11, Y19, (green) YG01, G24, G94, BG99
My second card as a part of the Whimsy Stamps DT features this adorable little girl, Devina, and I’ve made a clean and simple card. That is mostly because I will probably make about half my cards as CAS and the other half as layered, so may as well do that from the start.
I’ve used some washi tape and Norwegian sentiments from Huldra Designstudio. I’ve drawn in a little border and other little bits, just for fun. And as always you can find the list of copics I’ve used below the photo.
Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, RV00, (hair) E08, E18, E19, E49, E97, (red) R22, R24, R27, R59, R89, (grey) BV20, BV23, BV25, BV29
Another layered card in red using Maja Design papers. I’ve really used a lot of this time around. The reason for that, I suppose, is that I have been making several cards at once so it’s handy to just use up all the paper, instead of saving half or 3/4 of something. This time I’ve used some cheese cloth and a Magnolia stamp with it, as well as a Papirdesign sentiment.
I should be back to adding the Copic numbers from tomorrow’s post onwards. If you are curious about any here, just pop a comment to this post.
I have actually made quite a few red Christmas cards this year. Today I want to show you another card I made for a card swap. I used a super cute little gnome painting up one of the presents in his workshop this time. The stamp is by Lili of the Valley. The papers are by Maja Design and the chipboard is by Make It Crafty.
I’m running a bit behind still, so if there are any colours you’d like to know, just ask 🙂