This is another one of the cards where I’ve coloured up the whole panel and not done a lot else out of it. A small sentiment and then a dash of frantage for snow all over. The stamp is by Stamping Bella.
It’s time for a simple card with mostly colouring. I’ve created a small scene behind this Stamping Bella stamp and simply added a sentiment to it. The sentiment is by Papertrey Ink.
Time for a weekend of getting ready for advent, with putting up a star, baking a little and making some trees with the kid. Can’t wait!
Time for a fun birthday card using a stamp by Stamping Bella. I opted for a layered card this time using Maja Design papers, my favourite lace, a bit of matching ribbon and some chipboard numbers. The edges have been painted white with acrylic paint.
This stamp must be one of the stamps I have used the most. It is by Stamping Bella. I’ve used washi tape to make the background behind the girls. It is by Altenew. The stamp is coloured up with Copic Marker and I added the glitter effect to the white dress, but went without the white gelly roll for the red dress for a bit of a different effect. I then cut the panel to the right size and drew in a border around the edge.
The sentiment is in Norwegian and means “to a wonderful friend like you” and is by Mathia Design.
(Kursinfo lenger ned.) What a fun stamp to colour up! This yummy stamp is by Stamping Bella and I love how she is peeking up over the pile of donuts as she’s grabbing the top one! I kept the card simple by putting it off-centre on the purple card stock. I cut out the letters h, e and i using a MFT die (the word hei means hello) and then embossed a Mathia Design stamp onto black card stock to put on top. A few enamel dots and my card was done!
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