Just For You

Today I'm sharing a newly released digital stamp from Craftin Desert Divas.  I love flowers and was delighted to the Just For You digi in their store.


This was a quick and easy card to make.  I printed the image on Neenah Solar White and used only 2 color families of Copic Markers to do the coloring.  For the flower petals, I used RV52, RV63, V05 and for the leaves and stems, I used YG11, YG13, and YG17.  I also brought in a couple of Prismacolor pencils to enhance some of the areas, but really nothing drastic.  I used the Stitched in Circle dies to cut out the image and layered on a piece of patterned paper from my stash.  I adhered all the layers to a 4.25 x 5.5 card base.  Lastly, I embellished with a few Nuvo Jewell drops in the colors Morning Dew and Key Lime.

Just for You Digital Stamp

Stitched in Circle Dies

Key Lime Nuvo Jewell Drops

Morning Dew Nuvo Jewell Drops

Happy Birthday My Friend

I think this little squirrel is so cute!  He is part of the CDD digital stamp "Flowers For You"  I printed him/her on Neenah Solar White and colored with my topic markers.


I then inked up some Bristol Smooth card stock with Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn, and Gathered Twigs.  I used the Scene Builder dies and the Outdoor Landscapes 2 to cut out the tree stump and the grassy area.  I cut a separate piece of Bristol Smooth using the Stitched In Circle dies to create my background.  Using a scrap sheet of paper, I hand cut a small cloud stencil to create my sky.  I then used the Blooming Tree Stencil to add the branch and leaves.  For the card base, I just sponged on a little Picked Raspberry Distress ink to tie in with the flower that the squirrel is holding.  I used a little foam tape to pop up y little circle scene and called it done.
As always....Thanks for stopping by!

Flowers For You

Scene Builders

Outdoor Landscapes 2

Stitched in Circle

Blooming Tree Stencil

Coffee Date

Sharing a pretty simple and quick card today that I made with the Craftin Desert Divas digital stamp, "Coffee Date".

I wanted to create a more masculine card, hence the colors chosen and simplicity of the design.  I printed the digital stamp, used a few copic markers to do the coloring, then used the Inside Scalloped Octagon dies to cut out the image.  I had this dark blue patterned paper in my stash, so I trimmed that down to 4.25 x 5.5 and adhered to the same size card base.  I used my trimmer to cut around the sentiment and adhered both the sentiment and image to the front.  Super simple and fast.


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