PFS collab with Catherine Pooler

I’ve gotten to try some of Catherine Pooler Designs‘s Inks and I love them! Juicy inks and bright colours, yes please! For my card I have ink blended these three colours: Tiara, Bellini and Coral Cabana. The rest of the products are by Picket Fence Studios (this and all links to follow are affiliate links).

After inking up the background I used two different Paper Splatter Watercolours: Bark Brown and Liquid Gold. The snowflakes are from two different sets, Winter Snowflakes and More Winter Snowflakes. To make the sentiment pop out, I used text from the Snowone Else Like You set and embossed it onto black paper. The golden sequins is from the Karma is Like a Breeze sequin mix, whereas the snowflakes and transparent ones are from Holiday Stockings.

Here is another photo of card.

And a close up

LotV Christmouse Holly

Lili of the Valley has done it again and released a bunch of cute Christmas stamps! This time, however, they are also available as clear stamps! They have so many new and exciting things happening and it’s fun to watch! I’ve been a fan of their work since I started crafting ten years ago. The stamp I’ve used for my project is called Christmouse Holly and is available as both clear stamp and digital stamp. The sentiment is from the Swirly Festive Greetings set.

I’ve made a simple card with a Maja Design background paper, a circle die and some chipboard snowflakes.

Snowy birthday card

With all the colouring videos lately, today I have a card without any colouring! I have used the snowflake stamp set from MFT Stamps and stamped it loads of times using various colours of Distress Oxide inks and Altenew inks. At the end I embossed white snowflakes on top. It was quite a fun project and I rarely make anything without any colouring, at least no clean and simple cards with just ink and embossing powder!

A few transparent sequins and a simple sentiment finished off the card.

LotV – penguin kisses

There is a new release coming at Lili of the Valley later this month and it’s awesome! There are loads of totally awesome penguins and various watercolour elements you can use on your cards. How cool is that? I’ve used used one of the splashes together with the adorable penguin couple.

I printed them together and then coloured the penguins up with my Prismacolor pencils. A little bit of glitter on some chipboard, one of the embossed labels from Lili of the Valley, a few snowflakes and a red card base and I’ve officially started on this year’s Christmas cards!

Let’s have another photo, just because!