Great fun playing with my Lawn Cuts & woodgrain embossing folder. Lots of dimension, promarkers and distress inks. Hopefully I'll have more time to play with these stamps and the Spring/Summer promarker colours in the near future!
I've been intrigued with Marie's 7 or Less Cardmaking Challenge. I usually use lots of Promarkers, glossy accents and glitter glue, so 7 or less items seemed a little impossible. I used Sketch Saturday #254 for the layout. I've improvised a speech bubble from Paisley die cut (solid shape) and stamped with distress stain on Island Lagoon Promarker solid background. If I hadn't been limited, I would have heat embossed the sentiment.
Dimension is what makes an easel card tick, so perfect for Lawnscaping Challenge #60. I used lots of layers raised up on foam dots for my central image and my easel stopper/main sentiment. Lawn Fawn's Quinn's ABC dies were also essential kit! I love colouring these, and now with the dies they're so easy to cut out and the foam dots fit perfectly.
I've been admiring this Mo image for ages, so with a christening reminder to be made, I had to get it! I also gave some of the new bright Spring/Summer Promarker colours a whirl.
A fun birthday card for a little prince! I love how the googly eyes change the frog's expression.
The girls at Lawnscaping Challenge Blog have set the task of colouring, oh such a chore ;) I enjoyed this so much I've used two media: I've coloured the frog using promarkers & the lily pad with distress inks. My lily was constructed using different sizes of daisy punches for the
petals & stamen, then coloured with Tim Holtz distress inks &
glittered. The heart die cut was folded in half, drenched in lots of green distress inks, shaped & raised on pop dots. I followed an old Sketch Saturdays sketch #251. It reminds me of a pond & there is a lovely royal banner that is perfect for Casual Fridays Challenge #104. I love these two Lawn Fawn patterned papers (Bright Side collection) used together & all hidden flowers on a masculine card.