Today the team will be showcasing two sets made our very talented new artist, Hannah Schroepfer. (Who is my sister, hence the last name.) I am so excited about these sets! They are amazing, and I am so happy to have them in my collection. The images are perfect and just the right size. I had a blast coloring them. Plus, it doesn’t get much better than having a die for every single image! The greetings on these sets are just darling. The puns are so cute and clever, and they fit so well with the whimsy of the sets.
For my first card, I used the Stuck on You set. I die cut a few of the cactus images and colored them (very simply) with Prismacolor colored pencils. They took me no time at all, and were very easy images to color.
For the background, I used the large leafy image in the StampTV kit to stamp several colors of green over a piece of GKD Heavy Base Weight White cardstock. After I did sufficient stamping, I took a sponge dauber and lightly sponged some green over the white to fill in some of that space. I love the way that background turned out!
I last minute decided to die cut the entire sheet using the Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangle dies and used foam tape to raise the papers. I used a Spectrum Noir Clear Overlay sparkle pen to add some sparkle and shine. It was tricky to photograph, but I think it shows up a bit.
I am in LOVE with this llama and his flowers! So cute. For this card, I made a super simple background using the little pattern stamp found in the set. I stamped off once with Moonlit Fog to give it a more muted look. I colored the llama and flowers with Prismacolors, and used the dies to cut them out. I mounted them on a Therm-O-Web and Gina K. Designs stitched rectangle die. I used foam squares to pop up the llama, and there it is!
For this card, I used one of the greetings from my set, Anemone Wishes, to fill in some of the white space since the greeting is so large. I love these flowers for corners like this, and I just had to make a card. No fancy coloring is needed on these flowers! I added some dimension and sparkle with Little Things by Lucy’s Cards jewels.
This card used a bit more coloring, although I colored the flowers in the exact same way. For the halo around the greeting, I lightly penciled a circle shape (I may or may not have traced a nearby round object) around my stamped flowers. I then took my blue pencil and colored in circular motions to stay true to the shape. To finish it off, I added a greeting from the StampTV kit and some iridescent jewels! Simple, yet clean and pretty.
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