Today we have a lovely floral set to share with you all called Grateful For You!
I used this as an opportunity to play with more of my black watercolour paper, and some more opaque watercolours. This has sense lead to me purchasing coloured gouache. I stamped them out with white ink, then painted them up using pink and green from Designs by Rachel Beth handmade paints. I then retraced all my stamped lines with a white Posca pen!
Fussy cutting everything out then adding it to a white card pannel. A little doodling and some sequins and this card is complete!
Hey all! I am here today sharing some The Greeting Farm inspiration!
I love how The Greeting Farm stamps are versatile, and just because they come out during a certain time of the year, doesn’t mean they can only be used for that. A prime example of this is Holiday Anya 6! She is all dressed up and cozy, with what I think was suppose to be a mug of hot chocolate. But in my scene it is not this at all!
I added a fun scene behind, by drawing it in in pencil then lining it with a copic multiliner. Colouring it all in with bright colours gave it a great summer feel!
Hey everyone! I have a fun card today. I have been getting myself out of my funk, and today’s card was nothing but fun! I feel am loving making cards again!
I stamped this girl from Miss Anya Coffee Break on a piece of toned grey paper. I decided to see what I could do with 6 pencils, one of them being black to retrace the stamped lines. It was a challenge and a great time to see all the different shades of brown I could get with the same 5 coloured pencils!
Pencils used: Luminance – Sepia Sepia 50% Brown Ocher 10% White Faber Castell – Bister Black
It’s the 15th, and the OCTOBER RELEASE is now available for purchase in The Greeting Farm Store! Our first set, features the beautiful HOLIDAY ANYA 7 with a gingerbread man cookie and the sentiment Oh Snap. The 2nd set called LITTLE ELVES has an entire crew of worker elves getting all the toys ready in Santa’s workshop. Next, we have THE MORE THE MERRIER with the cutest woodland animals celebrating the holidays in style. Lastly, we introduced two new large word dies: SANTA BABY and MERRY CHRISTMAS.
For my card today, I coloured up our image in my copic markers. I have been ignoring my poor markers lately and am so happy I pulled them out again. I love how she came out, once she was coloured I did add some black coloured pencil to help with a little more depth on the image.
Fussy cut her out and added her to the patterned paper, and star stenciled panel. A small sentiment and this card was complete!
To celebrate we are having a short BLOG HOP, where one lucky fan will take home the entire release! You have until OCTOBER 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). We will announce the random winner later in the week.
**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 so definitely worth playing along! And if you can’t wait for the hop to be over, you can purchase these stamps and cutting dies HERE. We will have more cards featuring the new stamps from our Design Team Leaders starting tomorrow so be sure to stop back by The Greeting Farm Blog to see more inspiration.
Today we are sharing a couple of dies with you all! I chose to use the Santa Baby die, and pair it with the Simon Says Stamp Stamptember set that I didn’t get a chance to use, because it got to me after it was released.
So I stamped and masked a little holiday scene colouring it up with my copic markers. I then die cut the sentiment from the top, and also from a piece of craft foam to create the sentiment in white but with it being lifted it is still able to be easily seen, the name for this style of card escapes me. But I love it!
Hey all! Welcome back to day 3 of previews for The Greeting Farm! We are nearing the new release!
Today’s set is called The More the Merrier! It is full of the cutest little critters ever!
Let’s talk about this card! I had a fantastic time colouring up the little hedge hog and door! and for some reason while I had them all masked out I decided it was a door to no where? Notice the blue sky and green grounding. But, I was so happy with how it looked all put together that I did not want to change it and try and make it look like the inside or outside of a house. So I left it the way it was. I am really happy with how it turned out.
I have been doing so much painting with my watercolours lately, that it was so much fun to pull out my colored pencils and colour this one up!