I can’t get over how quickly time flies. It was like yesterday that it was 2018! I made two new year resolutions and I am going to try and stick to them this year. The first is attending church more often and the 2nd is dropping a few pounds (eating healthier).
So for my first card of 2019 it is called “Fill a Wheelbarrel” by Little Miss Muffet Stamps. A wheel barrel full of fresh flowers for a fresh start on the New Year.
I am here to post my last two cards for 2018. WOW the year sure went fast.
My first card relates to Christmas and it is called “Christmas Dragon” by Little Miss Muffet Stamps.
My 2nd card can be used for Valentine or anytime for someone you love. The image is called “Little Wagon” by Little Miss Muffet Stamps.
If you need to make Christmas cards in a hurry you can color up Little Miss Muffets Stamps digi image called “Holiday Truck“. A quick coloring and some glitter you have a cute card to give out.
I love making Christmas cards. I just wish I can make them all year round and not just a few months before Christmas. I am using “Christmas Eve Countdown” by Make It Crafty and it is sold by Little Miss Muffet Stamps. His a hip Santa with his gold goggles and green pants. I added Diamond Stickles to his hat and to the roof top.
I am little late to the party in regards to making slider cards. But I believe they are super cute and really easy to make. My plan is to mass produce them and add different images to the front for Christmas. Check out my current card using “Jr Hatter Belle” by Little Miss Muffet Stamps.
I am entering my card in the following challenges:
Outlawz Festive Friday’s Challenge November 23, 2018 – http://outlawzchallenges.ning.com/group/friday-color/forum/topics/ff112318-festive-friday-s-challenge-november-23-2018
Through The Craft Room Door Wk 20 – http://ttcrd.blogspot.com/2018/11/ttcrd-anything-goes-challenge-week-20th.html?m=1
I had a different background and it turn out looking like mud. But I was able to recover the “Pick Me Up Truck“. I combined it with “Petunia” by Little Miss Muffet Stamps. I also stamped my own border with distress ink. I also had some pumpkin puffy stickers in my stash that I added to give my card some pop.
Continuing my fall theme I am using an image called “Yedda” combined with “Backyard Houses Garden” all by Little Miss Muffet Stamps. I colored her with Copic markers using E57, E35 and E33. These are my goto colors for African American skin color.
Head over to LMMS website and join in the color challenges or just get some inspiration for your card making. Thanks for stopping bye.