I made this card the other day using the beautiful Alisa with Roses digi stamp by Mo Manning.
The papers on this card, plus the little sentiment pocket are by Simple Stories. The thing I love about Simple Stories is that you get a few pages of sentiment elements at the back. Really pretty!
I’ve coloured Alisa with Promarkers and paper pieced the rest of the dress, adding shadow to parts of it to make it look like I was really clever and coloured those flowers on myself. I’m so not that clever!
I made this card to enter into the Mo’s Digital Pencil Challenge. It’s such a sweet image, reminds me of my childhood days. I loved skipping!
I printed the “Prescription for a Happy Life” onto the MME Nostalgia patterned paper and then made a note paper edge using my hole punch and some scissors. I inked up the edges with Wheat Versa Magic chalk ink.
The My Name is Alice stamp is coloured with Promarkers (I’ve “rested” my Copics because they were giving me a headache, literally. They don’t smell fumey but there’s obviously something in them my head doesn’t like!) and I used some Divine Twine for the skipping rope.
The “a dose of daily fun” is a Webster’s Pages element from their new elements pad.
What do I do when the sun is shining and the weather is sweet? I make Christmas stuff! Yep, yesterday I made this Christmas tag using the adorable Winter Fairy Talva stamp by Mo Manning.
The papers are by Carina Gardner and gems are part of some blog candy which I won from Heidi (thanks Heidi!)
I have coloured Talva with Promarkers and Prismacolor pencils and added stickles and glamour dust to her wings and snowball for even more sparkle. If you can’t go all out with the glitter at Christmas, then when can you?
I hope you like my little touch of Christmas, even if it is only March