Hi everyone. I'm starting off this week with today's card featuring a stamp set from The Greeting Farm.
I'm a huge fan of the Cheeky series and this image does not disappoint. I love how casually dressed she is in her cropped distress pants and pigtails. All the images are colored with Copic markers. I cut some wood grain and blue print pattern paper with frame dies to create this shaker card. The sequins I used are metallic hearts and clear round circles. I used the heart image included in the stamp set throughout the card.
Hi everyone I'm back with another card for The Greeting Farm. This features the stamp set Small Surprises. This stamp set initially came in the Mystery Box #2 but is now available in store.
This stamp set is so adorable! I used most of the images included in the stamp set. All images are colored with Copic markers. I added some Star Dust Stickles on each of the cup images for a little sparkle. The cloud background was created with a makeshift cloud stencil using several cloud border dies. I used Distress Oxide Ink in Broken China. The little heart shaker portion of the card was cut out using a heart die that I had on hand.
I'm so excited to share this card with you. I used images from several stamp sets. The girl is from Cheeky Girly Girls Clear Stamp Kit. Her hair scarf is colored to mimic a holly. As for her outfit, I colored her dress to appear to be a separate top and bottom. The sentiments, holiday lights, and reindeer hat all come from the stamp set Oh, What Fun!. I layered a mug image from Cozy with You stamp set. All images are colored with Copic markers. I added some white detailing to her eyes, cheeks, and her skirt. For sparkle, I used Star Dust Stickles on the whipped cream.
On the base of the card, I used a cloud stencil with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink. The house die was cut from a Mama Elephant die. The cute little holiday images are from an old paper pad from Doodlebug Designs - Sugarplums. Normally I would make a shaker card, but this time I opted to make this a "flat" card. Don't worry I foresee a shaker card in the near future LOL.
I love these ladies. I paired them up with a music sheet pattern paper. I used Distress Oxide Fired Brick Ink on a Tim Holtz Poinsettia Stencil. I added little gold star sequin throughout the card. The word "celebrate" is from the cut file Celebrate, Family Sentiment Pack. Final touches, i added Gold Stickles to certain elements on both images.
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Here is my card that I created. The base is a corrugated cardstock that I added white paint splatters. The die cuts (heart, mitten, and snowflake) are from a holiday swap that I participated in. I love the soft pinks and decided to make that my color scheme.
Underneath I layered white stamens and cream skeleton leaves. The ephemera is from Pink Fresh Studio. I chose soft pinks and creams for my flowers. The cherry blossoms are in the color pink and cream. The .25" flowers are in white and pink, the perfect size for creating flower clusters. The other sized flowers range from 3/4" - 1". Lastly, I added some gold jewels from Kat Scrappiness.
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