For my second new release card for Picket Fence Studios (this and the links below are all aff.links), I’ve made a vintage inspired card. I’ve coloured up the fab Jolly Christmas Gnome. For the background I’ve distressed the edge (oxides) and used the awesome Hark, the Angels Sing background stamp (I love a good background stamp!). I then tore the side of the coloured panel before gluing it onto a vintage looking background paper. The sentiment, from the Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree set, is stamped onto kraft card stock and put on foam pads.
I am so happy Lili of the Valley is going for physical stamps again. Some of my very first stamps were rubber stamps by them and although digital stamps are handy for getting whichever size you want etc. there’s something special about having the actual stamp!
The new set with the peek-a-boo set and penguins is my favourite, but I do like a few of the others as well! Hopefully they’ll be up in their Etsy shop and available for everyone next week! I’ve also used the sentiment stamp for this card.
This is one of my favourite stamps of Rachelle Anne Miller‘s and I have now finally coloured it up and made a card with it. I’ve placed it off centre on the matching red card base and drew a border around the coloured panel. A few enamel dots and an embossed sentiment was added in the top left corner to keep the focus on the coloured image.
It’s the season for Christmas cards and therefore I have another one to share today. I’ve used one of the new selfie stamps by MFT Stamps and stuck with neutral colours to go with the red. Die cuts from Honey Bee Stamps and Memory Box, letters and card stock by MFT Stamps as well as a Snip Art stencil, some acrylic paint, foam tape and a sentiment strip from Simon Says Stamp make up the list of supplies this time.
Rachelle Anne Miller was out with a new stamp during the second half of October and it’s an adorable Aussie Christmas one! I have had a bit of a hectic month and not much time to craft, but when I saw it I simply had to colour it up straight away! Today I’m sharing the finished card with you. A simple corner cut from patterned paper with a sentiment and some enamel dots on red card stock to highlight the red in the coloured image.