Hello crafty friends! Hope you all had a lovely Easter! Today we are back with Mimi who is sharing a her adorable card featuring the latest Crafty Friend Digi stamp set.
Mimi used the Classroom Scene Builder stand-alone dies to set the scene. I love how she turned these classroom shelves into dreamy craft supplies storage!
She cleverly imported one of the sentiments into an image editing program and turned the bold letters into an outlined version! She printed it on white cardstock and then die cut it using a stitched frame die for added details.
She printed the other cute images from the Crafty Friend digi set, colored and fussy cut them. She also colored the outlined sentiment in a pastel rainbow hue to match the colors of the crafty storage.
I love how she also added images from other digi sets to complete the card. The potted plants are from In Love With London and the bags of snacks are from Kawaii Japan. I love how she used the snacks images as little jars for this charming little craft room, so pretty!
Finally she added the cute envelop onto the girl’s hand (from Inseparable stamp set) to complete the card!
Thank you so much Mimi! Your card is so beautiful and inspiring!
Hi Friends! We are super excited that Giorgia Malavasi is joining our Digital Design Team starting this month! Giorgia is super talented and I love her style of cards! Follow her on Instagram for more of her inspirations!
Today Giorgia is sharing this beautiful Japan themed card she made using our latest Kawaii Japan Digital stamp set!
She masked a circular background and blended it using Distress inks and chalk inks. I’m loving the white steamy detail that she created which compliments the scattered sakura across the panel!
She printed the digis out and colored them with Copics. I love the calm & soothing looking color choices.
The she cut the images out using her Cricut, with a slight offset to all of the images. Cricut is always a great alternative to fuzzy cutting as it gives you those precise crisp cuts. I love how the offset makes a nice ‘hugging’ cut to the sentiment.
She finished off by adding some white detailing on and around the sakura images. Thank you so much Giorgia for sharing this gorgeous creation and a big welcome to the Team!
Thank you for stopping by, have a wonderful rest of the week!
Hello crafty friends! I’m super excited to announce that our first four new digi stamps have hit the store! But before we get to them, we have another little surprise! Today we have the talented Guest Designer Jennifer Rustioni sharing her gorgeous card inspiration with us!!
As most of you know Jennifer‘s creations are always so mesmerizing! Her no-line coloring techniques are off the charts! Even though Christmas is now over, it is never too late to look at another one of her beautiful Christmas Card inspirations!
She chose a kraft card stock (Neenah Desert Storm) for her card. This adorable image is from the Greetings From Santa stamp set.
At first I thought it was done using watercolors but it was actually Copics that did the trick. It is almost hard to imagine that the Copics can create this watercolor vibe with such a soft dreamy tone and so much dimension! The kraft cardstock just elevates the look!
Mimi uses the software Pixelmator Pro for Macs for designing her card. For those of you who are not familiar with Digital Stamps, you do not need any fancy programme to open or work with them. Even a simple programme like Word can be used to play around with the images and designing your card!
I just love the scene! I love how she modify the Big Ben image from the set to create a much wider image for the background! I like how she positioned the big red bus in front of the building as it creates depth to the card!
Another good thing about digital stamps is that you can copy and paste them easily as many times as you want. Here she copied a bunch of the potted plants to create the look of a street café – so clever!
Thank you so much Jennifer and Mimi, your inspirations are so charming!
Thank you for stopping by, head over to ppstamps.com to check out the new collection of digis now!