Love Notes x5

August 09, 2020

Love Notes x5

Hi everyone! It’s Jeannie (InsideoutJeans) on the blog today with featuring five different little cards using Gerda Steiner Design’s stamp sets. I colored a bunch of images awhile ago but never created cards with them. I thought these would be perfect for a little note card. 


I stamped these images using Fadeout Ink and colored them up using Copic markers to achieve a no-line coloring look. My five images came from three different sets: Valentine Penguins, Peas Be Mine, and Fall in Love. I love that the images are of a couple of critters. 

Using a die set to create these mini cards, I created them all the same and was able to use up some scraps I had lying around in my stash. I used patterned paper for the heart and pieces of grey cardstock. Aren't they just adorable? It's be such a cute thing to pack with someone's lunch or just leave around for someone to find to brighten their day. 


Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you get inspired to create. Come back again soon for more inspiration and ideas! Happy Crafting! 





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