This set is so fun to color. I used Copic sketch markers and added a little white gel pen here and there.
I love beach themed cards so I thought this was perfect for created such a card. It reminds me of Hawaii with all the leaves and then I used this fun die to add the palm trees. I fussy cut around the image to give it some dimension.
The background was created using Ranger oxide inks and a splashed a little water to get the texture. Finishing up with stamping this fun sentiment.
Hey you! It’s Amy here with a card trio that came together super quick. Here’s a peek at the set:
I spotted THIS sketch and decided I should use some of the paper pads that I recently purchased to make a quick card set. The main images I used are from the Coffee Art set. What makes things easier for me is to keep the same overall color palette in all of the cards that I am creating.
It goes without saying that using the same card design makes it super easy too! Less of a thought process. I cut 4 panels from one paper pad and mixed and matched the patterns. This sentiment, Wishing You’re Here, is from the Sneaky Kitties set. With our state in Stay Home mode until at least May 4th, I’ll be sending this one to my girl. I miss her and she loves plants and coffee.
This card with the green foliage strip has a sentiment from the same set as the coffee cup, Coffee Art.
In an effort to make my designs postal friendly, there is no foam adhesive. Oh boy, that’s a challenge for me. Those ‘enamel dots’ are actually called ‘puffy dots’ and are squishy as opposed to the traditional enamel dots.
This is my final design. I’m a sucker for gingham. This sentiment is from the Evergreen Foliage set.
Hello! Heather Hoffman here this morning with a card using the adorable Sneaky Kitties stamp set – this is a super fun image to sit and color, and while I had done it before with Copic markers, I decided to try it with colored pencils for today’s card!
I hadn’t used my Polychromos colored pencils in quite a while, and thought it would be a great opportunity to break them out and do a bit of coloring. So relaxing and fun to play with coloring sometimes! I stamped the images in a deep brown ink on some rustic cardstock before coloring.
I also love tucking parts of larger images behind windows – I love how it changes the entire feel of the image. And those little sneaky kitties are super cute!
I combined a die from Avery Elle and from Mama Elephant to create the layers in two shades of green, then mounted on a cardbase created from that same rustic cardstock the images are stamped on, and added the sentiment at the top of the window – super happy that it fit in there just right!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day!!!