FA LA LA

November 21, 2019

FA LA LA

Hi crafty friends! It's Cathy here and I've finally gotten a start on my Christmas cards! I just love the Carol Puppies stamp set and couldn't wait to create this scene with a new Hero Arts die that I recently received. This might look a bit complicated, but it really wasn't.
The whole background scene is die-cuts that I colored with Copic markers. I did ink the door with black soot distress ink before adding some dark neutral gray Copic shading. I die-cut the letters from silver metallic cardstock.
For the puppies, I stamped the center one on Copic friendly cardstock and masked it before stamping the puppies on each side. I colored them with Copics and then fussy cut around the whole image. Then, I glued the puppies to the scene. 
Hope you're having a great week and if you make Christmas cards, I hope you're way farther ahead on them than I am!
See you again soon!



Leave a comment


Also in Gerda Steiner Designs

What's On The Table Interactive Card by Karla

August 06, 2020

Hello friends! It's Karla back today with a cute interactive birthday card using the sweet What's On The Table Digi Stamp and some of  the fun accessories that come with it! This cute stamp even comes in a clear 4x6 stamp set with an adorable puppy added in! I printed all the images onto 65 lb cardstock and coloured them in with Copic Markers before arranging my scene on this cute interactive card...

Continue Reading

Snowman and Birds

August 05, 2020

    
Hi, Margreet here.
I created a winter card with the sweet digital stamp Snowman and Birds from Gerda Steiner Designs.
I started with printing the cute digi. Colored with copics and fussy cut it.
Then I started by attaching design paper on white cardstock.
To cut the icicle die from Joy!crafts I used some blue glitter foam and attached it at the top of the card.
Then I cut some snow with Crealies...

Continue Reading

Picnic penguin - Happy day - Larissa

August 05, 2020 1 Comment


Goodmorning, today it is mu tunr again to pst something on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs and also on the Kleuren met potloden blog. This time I am posting a little present that I have made. I made a little picnicbasket with something delicious inside.


The basket is decorated with the digital stamp Picnic penguin from Gerda Steiner designs. I have coloured the image with my Polychromos pencils...

Continue Reading