Hey hey friends. I’m back with not only a Jane’s Doodles card, but I also made a video of the assembly process! I haven’t made a card video in over 8 years.
First up the card though. I stamped and coloured the images from the Summer Icons set and then coloured them with Copics. You may have seen I posted two short videos onto my IG account colouring the crab and the palm tree (@mademarionstudio).
Happy Friday! I’m popping in quickly to share a Jane’s Doodles card of mine that was up on the JD blog recently. You can find the original post here.
I used the Spring Icons set to create this card. I stamped the images, coloured them with Copics and then fussy cut them out. I created some background scenes in each of the windows with some post-it notes for masking, a cloud stencil and some Distress Oxide inks before adhering all the elements on top, some with 3D mounting foam, and some straight onto the card.
I then adhered the front panel to a purple notecard.
I love creating these multiple mini-scene cards at the moment. I’m on a roll and have another one coming up next week!
Hey friends…it’s been a while I know! My life has been crazy busy with the start of a new school year and all the prep and paperwork which comes along with that.
I have been crafting, but not really posting, but I am excited to share a Jane’s Doodles card or two with you today.
First up is this card which went live on the Jane’s Doodles blog yesterday. You can find the original post here.
The flamingos and foliage are from the Tropical Fun set and the flowers are from the Weird set. I reached for the All Occasions set for the sentiment.
All images were coloured with Copics and fussy cut. The background hearts is stencil from MFT. I haven’t used a heart die in ages either.
Now as I have been super busy, I haven’t been blogging some of my other recent JD cards. The usually appear on Instagram though, so if you aren’t following me there, I’d love it if you would @mademarionstudio
This next card (which can be found here) uses the Whales stamp set.
And last but not least is this cute little winter scene (found here). I love these little penguins which are from the Sweater Weather stamp set.
Phew! Thanks for sticking with me.
One more thing. If you don’t already know, I have been making and selling polymer clay earrings in my Etsy store. I have been exploring this new medium for a year now and finally feel confident enough to sell some! You can check out my Etsy store here – it’s called MadeMarionStudio. Here’s a peak of one of my latest earrings.
Cute huh? I have two cards to share with you today. In this first card I’ve used all the adorable penguins from the Sweater Weather stamp set. I stamped the images with Memento ink and the coloured them with Copic markers. I blended in some snow hills onto each of the background pieces using a hand cut mask and several Distress ink colours.
I added some details to the sweaters using a white gel pen and I cut up the sentiment stamp to fit my design better.
Next up is an inside/outside card using Weird. This card was so much fun to make. I die cut a circle in the card front and adhered the sloth image across the opening (coloured with Copics again). I also added some foliage, but added in some leaves and flowers to the background cloud panel as well.
Giveaway: In addition to Jane having a 30% off sale on all clear stamps (Friday – Sunday), 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.
Hello! I thought I would get one last card in for 2020! What a year it has been.
Today I am sharing a Jane’s Doodles card which was up on the JD blog this week. You can find the original post here.
This card is made using the Wonderful You stamp set and the sentiment is from the Monster Squad set. Stamped and coloured with Copics. The background is some blended Distress Oxide ink and then textured with some green copic markers.
Bright and colourful and just the way I like it!
Thank you for your support in this very different (and difficult) year. May your 2021 be filled with God’s blessings.
I’m back again with some last minute Christmas ideas using Penny Black products from their two winter releases Season of Hope and Winter Wishes.
First up are these these two adorable bunnies from the Hoppy Holidays stamp set. I stamped and coloured them with Copics, then used Prismacolor pencils to add some shading. In order to add some more colour, I stamped the leaves along the top by using part of an image from the Nature’s Allure stamp set in green ink, then blended in some ink over the top. The sentiment is from the Scarved Sweeties set.