Hello, Darling

Hi, guys! I have a really cool card to share with y’all today! I tried some no line coloring using a beautiful rose stamp from Altenew. The color inspiration came from this week’s Color Throwdown challenge. Check it out-


I really liked the coral color and had the perfect Copics to recreate the right shades on my floral image.


I simply stamped the image in a light gray ink and colored it in! I freehanded a stem and some leaves, which could be better, but I think it turned out well. The sentiment comes from Occassional Labels by Mama Elephant. I added the panel to a light kraft colored base and some sequins finished it off.

I’m thinking this will be one that goes to Cher. 🙂


Hey, Honey!

Hi guys! If anyone remembers, I was head over heals for the Bitty Bears that Birdie Brown gave us a little while back. But I’ve actually only made a couple cards with them. So I was on a mission to use one of my favorite bears in the set for this weeks sketch at the MFT blog.


Within the the smaller framed in portion of the sketch, I thought that the tiny bear would feel at home. Check it out-


I started by creating a couple frames with the  double stitched rectangle dies. Then I did some stenciling with distress inks to create some yellow clouds. Next, I used a “hey” die with yellow and black card stock for my sentiment. Then I popped up the little bear with a foam square. And you can’t really see his face in the photo, but I used a black glaze pen on his eyes and nose. Finally, a sprinkling of clear Nuevo drops added a finishing touch.

Thanks for stopping by!

Call Me Debby

Hey, everyone. If you’ve been around the card making industry for a minute, you know who Debby Hughes is. And I think she is incredible. So I wanted to channel my inner Debby and create a soft, floral, masterpiece. I got some more inspiration from the Color Throwdown challenge-


So when I saw these colors I knew I wanted to try coloring with Copics in gray card stock. Here’s how it turned out-


I first stamped the image using my stamping platform with Versamark, I heard you’re not supposed to use Copics on embossing powder, so I didn’t, but who knows if that’s a real thing or not. Anyways, I colored with a pair of pink Copics. Then I put the panel back in my stamping platform and inked it up again with Versamark so I could white heat emboss the rose- which is from Altenew. I foam mounted the gray panel onto a kraft card base and added a sentiment label from Mama Elephant’s Occasional Labels set. A few splatters of white ink and a trio of Pretty Ponk Posch sparkling clear sequins finished this card.


Thanks for for stopping by and go show Debby some love over at limedoodledesigns.com!