March 23, 2021
Hi everyone, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today it is my turn again to post something on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I have made a card and a little box with the cute bunny from the clearstamp set Peeking easter friends from Gerda Steiner designs. I have coloured the bunny with my Polychromos pencils, the black glaze pen and a white gelpen. Then I have fussy cut the image.
With the Multiframes - Straight easter egg (MFD089) from Nellie Snellen I have cut a large egg from patterned paper from the Celebrate easter paper pad from Echo Park. With a black fineliner I have doodled a line around the edges of the egg. I have die-cut a grass border from green patterned paper from the same paperpad with the Grassy fields die-namics from My favorite things. I have made a background on a white card with Peacock feathers Distress ink. I have added dots on the background with the Snowflakes stencil (PS8012) from Marianne design. I have cut a couple of clouds from white cardstock with the Cute cloud outlines die-namics from My favorite things and I glued those on the background. I have glued the bunny behind the egg and then I placed it on my card together with the grass border. I have stamped a sentiment from the stampset Easter cuties from CC. Designs on the grass border.
I also made a little box . I found a nice tutorial on youtube and made my own version. have pust some chocolate eggs inside my box. On the box I used the sweet bunny from the stampset Peeking easter friends from Gerda Steiner designs again. I have coloured the bunny with my Polychromos pencils, the black glaze pen and a white gelpen.
The innerbox is made from white cardstock and for the outer box I used yellow patterned paper from an envelope from Action. I have stamped a sentiment from the stampset So much to say (retired) from Clearly besotted on white cardstock and then I have die-cut the sentiment with the Strips with dots (CLmix 13) from Crealies. I have glued the sentiment and bunny with foamtape on the box.
January 23, 2022
Hi everyone! It’s Jeannie (InsideoutJeans) on the blog today with Gerda Steiner Design’s stamp set named, Be Mine Monster. This little monster is so adorable -- I just had to use him right away.
I stamped him out using Fadeout Ink and colored him using copic markers. I used Fadeout Inkbecause when I first saw him, I imagined him to be furry so I wanted to create that texture without a dark...
January 14, 2022
January 12, 2022
Hello and welcome, it’s Karen here today. I’m sure you already know that there’s a