Love You and Hello – Jane’s Doodles

Posted by on September 21, 2015 in Clean and Simple, Copic markers, Cuttlebug, Die cutting, Embossing, Flowers, Friendship cards, Jane's Doodles, Love you cards, Stamping | 4 comments

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Hello. I hope you have had a fabulous Monday and a great weekend. I’ve just had 2 very lovely days with my Mum, two sisters and my niece in Sydney. We went to see Matilda on Sunday night and it was a brilliant show! I’m back home now and feeling tired, but I’m on holidays, so I’m going to take things very slowly!

I’m popping in with a couple of Jane’s Doodles cards that were over on the Jane’s Doodles blog recently.

First up is this floral card and I love how easy it was to create. I white heat embossed the image from Spring Blessings onto coloured card stock and then did some simple colouring with Copic markers.

Love You JD | Marion Vagg

Love You detail JD | Marion Vagg

Next up is this hello card that uses the Jane’s Doodles Mom set. Lots of fussy cutting, but I find that quite relaxing. And I also used some patterned paper. Go me!

Hello Friend | Marion Vagg

Supplies

Card 1: ‘Love You

Stamps: Jane’s Doodles Spring Blessings stamp set, Jane’s Doodles Mom stamp set (sentiment)

Card: SSS Woodgrain card stock, Pink card stock (SSS – I think??)

Ink: Versamark

Other Supplies: Copic markers, Die-Namics Stitched Rectangle Stax die, Cuttlebug, Anti-Static pillow, Hero Arts white embossing powder, Heat Tool, Mounting foam

Card 2: ‘Hello Friend

Stamps: Jane’s Doodles Mom stamp set, Jane’s Doodles Hello Friend stamp set (sentiment)

Card: X-Press It Blending card, Black card stock

Ink: Memento ink – Tuxedo Black, VersaFine – Onyx Black Ink

Other Supplies: Copic markers, Spellbinders Circle dies, WPlus 9 Hand Written Hello die, Patterned Paper, Mounting Foam

Thanks for stopping by,

Marion

4 Comments

  1. Swooooon, these are both so beautiful Marion.x

  2. wow Marion, they are both beautiful cards. So different in style, just sensational.

  3. Great cards, and really inspirational. Love the two different styles and feel. What embossing powder do you use? I thought EP somehow damaged copics??

    • Hi Juliet, I use Hero Arts embossing powder as it is very fine and heats evenly. Yes EP can damage Copic tips. I am careful when doing this technique. I have a scrap piece of paper next to me and am constantly wiping the tip of my Copics to have as little impact on my Copics as possible. I also try and not go over the EP as much as possible. 🙂

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