Hey everyone! I’m here to show you my newest card featuring two amazing stamp sets from Mama Elephant. The background is made with some Lawn Fawn and (of course) some Distress Oxides.
It’s a super easy card to make but the end result is (as I say so myself) stunning. It’s so cheerful! Next to the coloring that you can see in the video, I also made another coloring video for the other yeti in the set which you can find on my Instagram or check down below.
I’m here to tell you more about my newest video. I made a card in one of my favorite Lawn Fawn themes; ocean! I was flipping through my stash and my eye fell on the jar from the ‘Bugs and Kisses’ stamp set. I thought it would be cool if the octopus from ‘Ocean Shell-fie’ would hold it in its arms.
With another flip through my stash it was clear; the little ship from ‘Ahoy, Matey’ was the perfect thing to add to the jar!
It’s super easy to stamp the ship in the jar with some simple masking. In the video I show you exactly how I did it. The coloring of the jar and especially the highlights do a lot for the image too. Of course I show that in the video as well.
You might know I love using foam tape on my cards to pop things up and add dimension, but I kept this card really flat. It still has quite some dimension and I show you how I achieved at!
On Instagram I posted a coloring video for the big octopus in purple. You can watch it here or visit my Instagram to watch it.
It’s that time of the month again that it is time for Get Cracking on Christmas. It’s a initiative from Jenn Shurkus to make a monthly Christmas card to enjoy you holiday stamps more and to be a little more prepared for Christmas.
For this month I’m making four cards actually. I kept them really simple but fun to make so that I will still enjoy it. I used the ‘Foursquare Backdrop: Portrait’ die from Lawn Fawn in such a way that you can exchange die cut pieces to make four unique cards with the same design. See, really quick and easy!
With the previous video blog post I also introduced my color guides. With these color guides you will see a quick overview of which Copic colors I used to color in the images on the guide. I will collect these guides on a special Pinterest board for them and post them on my blog when they happen to fit within the theme of the video.
Here are the color guides I made for this video!
Because it’s a ‘special edition’ of Get Cracking On Christmas, because it’s also Christmas in July, I’m giving away the Winter Unicorn stamp set from Lawn Fawn. It was the second Lawn Fawn set I owned so it has a special place in my heart.
If you want to participate in the giveaway, then watch my video to see how you can!
Below is an overview of the other supplies I used. I’m not listing things like scissors and such since I think that’s personal preference, but of course if you have any questions feel free to ask.
Hi all! With the new Lawn Fawn release I also ordered some older tropical sets that would work great with the new tropical stuff. On this card I used all older stuff, except for the toucans. I also did a lot of ink blending with Distress Oxides, which results in this fun and colorful card!
In the video I show you how I did all the ink blending and die cutting. I also show you how I did some minor masking on the island to eliminate another layer of paper added to the card.
This time I didn’t include the coloring of my images, but if you want some coloring inspiration for the toucans you can check out my video over on Instagram (or check it out below).