I hope your all keeping well. I wanted to make a sweet happy and colourful card and used the gorgeous Let the sun shine stamps and Snail mail stamp set. I also added a cute worm from the Worm wishes. These images are just a ray of sunshine and I had so much fun colouring them in!
To start with I ink blended the background using some distress ink in pink, blue and green. Once this is complete I adhered this to my card base. I then coloured in the images using copic markers and cut them out. I then adhered the images to my card with foam tape.
For the sentiment I used some bright pink card and heat embossed the greeting using white embossing powder. I then trimmed this down and adhered this onto my card.
I’ve used the beautiful Rejoice Rabbit stamp and matching dies and the Jar sentiments stamp for the greeting. I’ve coloured this adorable bunny with my copic markers and ink blended the background with distress ink.
I also added a shaker circle which I filled up with sequins.
To start with I made my card base using White Card Plain 250gsm which I scored and folded in half to make my card base. I then cut down a piece of White Card Super Smooth 300gsm, which is my favourite cardstock to craft with as its so versatile. I then used some pigment inks and my sponge to make a blended background. You can use whatever colours you like for your card, I used some pinks and yellows for my background. I then added this to the front of my card base using Stick it! Double Sided Tape 6mm.
I then used another piece of White Card Super Smooth 300gsm to stamp my images and colour them in. I used copic markers for this as this card is absolutely perfect for using your alcohol markers on. Once all my images were coloured and cut I really wanted to add some more bright colours to my card. I used a die to cut the grass and I used this lovely card Apple Green Card Plain 240gsm which is perfect for adding some grass or hills to your creation. I then die cut the words happy using Raspberry Pink Plain Card 240gsm which is another favourite of mine.