Hey everyone! Today I am starting the day off sharing my entry for MFT Card Design Superstar Clean and Simple Genius category.
I started out by colouring the little girl up with my copic markers. Then adding the finishing details with my black coloured pencil. Once she was cut out I created some sweet little waves using Make Waves stencil and distress ink. Embossing the sentiment from the same Drink up the Sunshine stamp set on black cardstock and couple enamel dots finished off this sweet little CAS Card.
Hey everyone! It is another season the Kathy Racoosin’s The Daily Marker 30 day colouring challenge. I love trying to make a project everyday for 30 days, even if I fail at the completed project everyday, I do get some colouring done everyday. Which, after all, is the point.
So for today’s card I used a stamp from MFT called Bring Out The Sunshine. I love MFT, we all know this but I have a great time playing with them regularly!
So, I am still on this super clean and simple card kick. For this one I did some no lines colouring, adding a little grass at her feet. the sentiment at the bottom and a little twine at the top finished off this sweet little card!
Hey everyone! Today I am sharing my last card for my guest spot with Stamping Bella.
Making these cards this month has made me love the stamps this company creates more then I did before. I am so thankful for the opportunity to guest for them, and am excited to order some more stamps and share more projects!
So, for my last card this month, I went back to my copic markers with Adventure Gnome.
I kept with my typical clean and simple card style for this one. I love how it came out, the doodle lines around the outside worked so great with these happy little gnomes.
We are so excited to introduce dies back to the store and the 2 sets, HI/HELLO and THANK YOU, are sure to be a great addition to your collection. Many customers have asked for more big Anyas so we had to bring her back cuter than ever in our clear set called MISS ANYA CROP. Our 3rd set introduces a new character called MINKIE, and captures her in her daily life activities. Finally, we have POOL PARTY, and features my perfect summer activity….on an inner tube in a pool or lazy river!
To celebrate our release, we are having a short BLOG HOP!! You have until MAY 18th at 12pm CST/1pm EST to leave your comments on each Designer’s Blog and The Greeting Farm Blog (letting us know you completed the hop). The winner wins this entire release!
**NOTE: Please use the same name on all the blogs when leaving a comment. Also, please do not pick the Anonymous option when leaving a comment (otherwise we won’t be able to verify that it’s you). Thank you!
This is a short hop, and definitely worth playing along! Of course, if you can’t wait for the hop to be over, you can purchase these stamps HERE. We will have more cards featuring the new stamps from our Design Team Leaders on the18th so be sure to stop back by The Greeting Farm Blog to see more inspiration.
Hey everyone! Today I probably have one of the most CAS Cards I have ever made to share with you! And I think it is adorable!
Just a little ink blending, embossing on vellum, and then a few enamel dots and I called her complete! I also have a complete process video of this 10 minute card!
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Hey everyone! Today I am sharing some cards I made for nurses week. I don’t often make more then one of one design, but when I was contacted and asked to make a dozen cards for nurses week to be picked up at easter. I went with 3 designs, changed them all up a little but yeah it was fun!
I kept things pretty simple colouring up Stamping Bella’s Oddball Nurse (all products will be linked at the bottom of the blog post) Colouring them up with my copic markers.
I did decide to go a bit snarky with these 4 cards, as I was asked to make a few funny ones. Which is why this stamp was so perfect for it!!!!
Once I had all my characters coloured up, I had to decide what to do with the background, because why would I plan that ahead! So I cut a piece of white cardstock and splashed on some Dylusions Black Marble ink for a little something, and added a crooked cut white and red striped pattern paper to the bottom. I am actually really happy with how cute these ones came out!
I will share the other sets of cards in a few days!