Spellbinders dies were used to provide interest to all three, and the shape of the first card was even created with a Grand Large Labels Nestabilities die. On this first card, I used the Stamping Bella Uptown Girl stamp "Posh Has A Present" for the focal image on the front and the Lili of the Valley stamp "New Hat" inside the card. Image coloring was done with Copic markers while Ranger Distress Inks were used to create the background color for these images.
Next Up is Lili of the Valley stamp "Cake Glorious Cake," and the Copic Markers used to color it make it all the more glorious, don't you think?
Last but not least, we have Lili of the Valley stamp "If Friends Were Flowers" which was colored with - you guessed it - Copic markers! Inside, I stamped the message on patterned paper that provided its own focal images - no need to color here folks! Gotta love quick and easy, right?
These fun modern day lady stamps by Stamping Bella were colored with Copic® Markers. I added a little spice with printed papers and some die-cutting with Spellbinders® dies.
For this elegant card and bookmark, the focal images were cut from Graphic 45 A Ladies Diary patterned paper, with the addition of matching A Ladies Diary stickers and die-cut images - no stamping or coloring required, and yet the results are still quite stunning--and no one but you needs to know you didn't spend HOURS on the design!
Here is a fun retirement card using a couple of Spellbinders dies and Copic Markers. The inside flamingo image from Whipper Snapper Designs is one cool dude!
The Lili of the Valley stamp, Hello Cupcake, was used as the focal point of this fun birthday card. Inside is just a simple stamped message.
Turtles are always fun--especially when they are from Whipper Snapper Designs!
This cute birthday lady bug is another stamp from Whipper Snapper Designs.