Hi, it’s Sandy Diller here today to share a card that was inspired by one of my teammates at A Vintage Journey, Anne Redfern. She talked about some of her childhood memories – among them, ice skating. It made me think of building a snowman and how we had some wonderful warm mittens to wear when it was cold outside. I hope you will enjoy my memories of a cold winter day.
I’m so sorry, I couldn’t resist the pun with today’s card. It’s so cute and I think I need to make hundreds of him (and some hers) in every color combination. If you were watching the Hedgehog Hollow page earlier in the week you may have seen my recent ECD haul (click here to hop to the video). It’s got lots of the new Christmas goodies and I decided to break some out for Sunday Stamping this month.
Isn’t he so cute? I find it funny how we seem to decide whether our stamp is a boy or a girl sometimes before we even start coloring! Of course, Sunday Stamping wouldn’t be complete without a video tutorial so let’s take a look!
I thought I would also show you a close up of his cute gift…
Also, here is a picture showing the stamps and that stunning paper. You can see more of the designs in the pack, plus I love how different coloring techniques can make a stamp look so different…
Thanks so much for joining me today, I can’t wait to see how you use this stamp set! Remember to tag both Elizabeth Craft Designs and Hedgehog Hollow in your creations!
I just know you will want to make your own. Below are your Elizabeth Craft products and a full supply list is on my blog – click here to hop on over!
Elizabeth Craft Designs:
Hello to all !!!
Welcome to the ECD blog!!! This is Anita here.
Card making can be such a relaxing hobby and especially if you have beautiful dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs to beautify your projects. A huge range of craft dies has been released this month and I must say all of them are awesome !!!! You can check them out here.
For my card today, I have created a vibrant background using the ever popular Distress Oxide inks and have combined the poppies with a lace die. The vibrant and the bold poppies against the lacy die looks very beautiful.
This is Anita here with another flower filled card from Susan’ s Garden.
Gerberas are beautiful blooms that can be found in many colours. They range from white, pale pink, peach to hot red , yellow , orange and so on.
I have created many such colourful gerbera blooms with Susan’s Garden Notes die.
My card today features the beautiful gerbera with the new ModaScrap papers.