The Colors of the Rainbow...

…so pretty in the sky.
Sorry, I always have this song in my head when creating a rainbow card. Today I made one for the Simon Says Stamp Flickr Challenge #22 and the SSS Wednesday Challenge "anything goes".

I can't help but to think of artificial colors when seeing brightly colored food, but I love creating brightly colored cards :o)
So here is one:

I created my own stencil with the balloon die and applied ink with an ink blending tool, making a rainbow of balloons. Then I stamped the cute bear and colored him with Copics. Finally I stamped the sentiment and adhered the panel to the card. It is difficult to see, but I drew thin strings from the balloons to the bear's paws with a pencil.

Have a sunny day everybody and thanks for visiting!




Cute Penguin

Here comes a cute penguin card. I played with the new MFT stamp set Penguins in Paradise and made a card for the Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesdays (refreshment) and SSS Wednesday Challenge (anything goes):

Some of my beloved ink blending, Copic Coloring and die-cutting and the card was finished. Sorry, I am keeping it short, I need to work in the garden…

Thanks for stopping by today!




Penny Black Cuteness

Hey everyone! Today I am back with a fun shaker card showing some Penny Black cuteness. I really love the adorable set "woodland friends":

For this shaker card, I stamped the image onto cardstock and colored it with Copics. Then I cut it out. Now I inked the front of my card softly and applied drops of Gelatos mixed with water. I let everything  dry and stamped the image once more onto the cardfront. Now I filled sequins into my prepared shaker window and adhered it to the card. I adhered the colored image directly onto the acetate above the one on the front. Now I colored a strip of cardstock with the coral colored Copic I used for the flowers and stamped/heat-embossed my sentiment. I notched the ends with a square punch and adhered it with foam tape. Here is a look at the card from another ankle:

I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by today!