Enjoy the ride – Jane’s Doodles

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Happy Friday! I have a couple of Jane’s Doodles card to share with you. I’ve been pretty flat out with creating online lessons for my class, which doesn’t leave me much time or head space for crafting. We have now been in lockdown for 6 weeks!!

First up is my latest card using the Road Trip stamp set. All coloured with Copics. The die is a Lawn Fawn Say Cheese die.

Next up is this pretty little floral number made using the Fresh Cut FlowersBirthday Wishes and Whales stamps sets. This set has flowers in vases, and I just used the top portion of the stamp and repeatedly stamped it around the card. Coloured with Copics.

And last is this cute little underwater scene. I love making cute scenes with Jane’s sets.

Thanks for stopping by,

Feel free to email me with any questions or head over to my instagram feed @mademarionstudio and ask there.

Marion
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Jane’s Doodles New Release Hop and a Giveaway

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Hello and welcome to another Jane’s Doodles hop where the Design Team and special guests are showcasing Jane’s latest stamp set called What the Fig!

For my card, I stamped the images from the What the Fig! stamp set and coloured them with Copics. I decided not to use the sentiments from the new set, because I made this card for my Mum who is a HUGE fan of fig jam. When they are in season, my Mum would always make some jam.

I had to Google what colour figs were, and after my little research, I realised they can come in a variety of colours.

What are the different types of figs? - RatinKhosh Co.

With the colours I have used on my card, I think I have made a new variety of fig, but it still resembles a fig don’t ya think?

Blog Hop Order:
Katerina (Instagram post)
Milka
Marion <—— You are here
Bobbi
Katja (Instagram post)
Tinne
Michelle 
Laura (guest)
JD blog

Giveaway:
In addition to Jane having a 30% off sale on all clear stamps (Thursday to Friday – no code needed), she is giving a stamp set of your choice to one lucky winner. All you need to do is comment on all the blogs participating in the hop (both blogs and Instagram accounts), and you’ll be in with a chance to win! The winner will be announced soon. Good luck!

Thanks for joining me today and happy hopping. If you have any questions about my card, just email me.

Until next time,

Marion
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Cute Penny Black Critters – Penny Black

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Hello. I am back today sharing 3 cards I have made with some adorable Penny Black critters from the Delight Release. I had so much fun colouring these critters.

First up is my favourite if the 3 cards. I used only a portion of the Bundles Birthday stamp set and framed him within a triangle from the Triangles creative die cuts set. The background stamp is a really neat graphic design cling stamp which I love, called Contemporary. The sentiment die cut is from a creative cuts set called Thanks & Hello.

Next up is a cute bunny from the Cuddlesome stamp set. I framed the bunny in an inked cloud frame, which I masked off, and coloured the image with Copics. Simple, but cute. The sentiment is from this Pansy Gaze stamp set.

Last, but not least, is this cute bear from the Bear-y Wishful stamp set. I also used the coordinating cut out die. I paired it up with a balloon from the Balloons die set.

To view and or purchase any of these new products from this release and the latest releases, head to the Penny Black online store. If you have any questions, just email me.

Thanks for stopping by,

Marion
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Hugs – Jane’s Doodles

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Happy weekend! I have a fun Jane’s Doodles card to share with you today using the Free as a Bird stamp set. I love to colour these birds really bright – it makes me happy. All coloured with Copics. I also used this die from Sunny Studios stamps. Clean and simple just the way I like it.

I added some white gel pen detail to each bird for some interest. This card makes me smile.

Thanks for stopping by,

Marion
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Delight Release cards- Penny Black

Hello! It’s been a while since I have posted some Penny Black goodness here on my blog, but I am delighted to rectify that today. I have made two very different cards using some products from the Delight release.

First up I have used the Triangles creative dies to create a simple geometric design. I die cut the larger triangles from scrap coloured card stock. Then to create a tone-on-tone effect, I coloured the smaller triangle frames with a matching Copic marker before adhering it to the larger triangle.

The sentiment is from a set called Bear-y Wishful – I did a little stamp surgery and just used the first part of the sentiment. This card would make a great masculine card and would be easy to reproduce.

Next up is a card using the Captivating stamp set. Such a beautiful floral set. I dug out the Zig Clean Color Watercolor pens and had a great time water-colouring. To add some extra shading and depth to the flowers, I used some Prismacolor pencils. The sentiment is from an older set called Butterfly Garden.

To view and or purchase any of these new products from this release, head to the Penny Black online store. If you have any questions, just email me.

Thanks for stopping by,

Marion

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Dude! – Jane’s Doodles

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Happy Tuesday! I’m popping in to share a card of mine that is up on the Jane’s Doodles blog. You can find the original post here.
I just had to use the newly released Surf’s Up! again – but this time I used that cheeky mouse. SO much fun. I used 3 different Distress Oxide inks on the background (Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers and Blueprint Sketch) with lots of sponging, spraying water and stencilling, which I repeated several times.

I coloured in the mouse with Copics and did some fussy cutting. Cute don’t ya think?

I’m currently on school holidays and we are in a two week lockdown, so I’ll have plenty of time to get crafty!

Thanks for stopping by,

Marion
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Jane’s Doodles New Release Hop and a Giveaway

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Hello and welcome to another Jane’s Doodles hop where the Design Team and special guests are showcasing Jane’s latest stamp sets – Surf’s Up and Fresh Cut Flowers. I am once again VERY excited about these new additions as they are so cute…especially the Surf’s Up! So here they are in all their glory…

Surf’s Up

Fresh Cut Flowers

For this first card I masked off the sand area with some post-it notes and then stamped the images from Surf’s Up, so that they are buried in the sand. I then used a Copic multi-liner to draw over the sand edge before colouring in the whole image with Copic markers. I simply love this alligator.

To create the impression of sand, I used 3 different copic marker colours and dotted them on. To blur the bottom and side edges a bit, I went over it with a colourless marker.

My next card uses one of the gorgeous floral arrangements from the Fresh Cut Flowers set. I stamped it in the corner, then used a ruler and Copic multi-liner to draw a border around the image. I love colouring florals and making them look really bright and vibrant. The sentiment is from an older set called Anemone. To add some tone-on-tone detail to the base card, I sponged on some ink using this stencil.

Blog Hop Order:
Marion <—— You are here
Claudia
Kaja 
Katerina (Instagram post)
Bobbi
Katja (Instagram post)
Charlet (guest)
Tom (guest) 
Laura (guest)
JD blog

Giveaway:
In addition to Jane having a 25% off sale on all clear stamps (Friday to Sunday – no code needed), she is giving a stamp set of your choice to one lucky winner. All you need to do is comment on all the blogs participating in the hop, and you’ll be in with a chance to win! The winner will be announced on Monday. Good luck!

Thanks for joining me today and happy hopping. If you have any questions about my cards, just email me.

Until next time,

Marion

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