Time for my first DT project for Mo’s Digital Pencil. I’ve made a fun card using various paints and inks on stamps and stencils along with some washi tape (for a change). The stamp, I like you, has been cut out by hand.
I have another birthday card to share. This time it’s for a 10 year old who loves to read. That made this Rachelle Anne Miller stamp quite perfect. It is called Reading in the Garden (aff.link).
The background is name with various inks, stamps and white acrylic paint on a stencil on top. A few MFT dies and embossed sentiment, as well as a Honey Bee Stamps die, make up the rest of the card.
I have had help making today’s card. My 2 year old has helped me make the background by both stamping different stamps as well as using paint on a stencil. The stamp is called Tweet Friendship and is by Rachelle Anne Miller.
It is world cardmaking day today so I wanted to make a card for that very reason. It’s a pretty simple card, without colouring, in white with a dash of purple. I’ve done what I enjoy about cardmaking for this card (apart from the whole no colouring part of it). I’ve used loads of brands, I’ve been inspired by another crafter (Norine Borys, @norinehope on Instagram) and it’s about friendship.
The embossing folder is by CraftWell, the dies by Simon Says Stamp, the sentiment by GinaK Design, card stock by Papertrey Ink and My Favorite Things and the inks are by My Favorite Things and GinaK Design.
It is new release day at Rachelle Anne Miller’s online shop tomorrow and this time around she is introducing scene creators (aff.link). Basically it’s a pack of images which you can mix and match as you like to create your own scene. That seems to be the obvious choice with these stamps, so I opted for using just one, as there’s nothing wrong in doing that either! The bunny was my stamp of choice this time and I coloured it up in the no-line version. Be sure to pop by her shop tomorrow (12th) to see the new stamps.
For my card I’ve started off by using Distress Oxide on an Altenew stencil. Then I’ve clear embossed a Simon Says Stamp text onto that before adding various die cut elements and a doily. The stamp itself has been cut out by hand and then placed on top using foam tape. The Norwegian sentiment means “for a delightful friend” and is by Mathia Design.