Lynnea started by blending the background using Distress Oxide ink, Hickory Smoke. Then she used Fired Brick to do the snow flakes with our Crystal Snowflakes stencil.
She mainly chose both red-tone and warm grey for her images from the Rabbit Café stamp set, to make them coordinate with the background seamlessly.
She decided to make the little shop a Coffee Shop and added the sentiment “STAY SWEET” to finish off her card. Who wouldn’t love a hot coffee in the cold snowy weather! She also added a bunch of silvery gems which makes her card even more charming!
For this card, she chose the polar bear doing the pole-vault as the main character which is so adorable! She also added the cheerleaders to cheer on this cute little bear! Looks like the bear is going to make the jump^^!
The blue sky is beautifully executed using Distress Oxides Inks in Broken China and Tumbled Glass. The grassy field was also blended with Distress Oxides in Twisted Citron and Lucky Clover for the added depth.
I love the splatter of bright green water color on the grass for the extra dimension, and the white gel pen details on the images. She then white heat-embossed sentiment “I will polar-vault to your heart” which finished off the card perfectly!
I love her sky background which was inked up using Distress Oxide Ink Pink Spun Sugar and Dusty Concord. The ocean was blended using Tumbled Glass and Peacock Feathers. The splash of bright white ink added a little more depth to the ocean.
She chose the white embossing paste as the medium with the Crystal Snowflakes Stencil on her blended sky, to create the perfect dreamy snowy scene! The pretty music notes are from the Fun Night Out stamp set, while the pretty mermaid is from the Get Well Soon stamp set.
I love the light pastel colors for all her characters and the whole card comes together so well in this sunset/dusk scene.
Thank you Davina for this fun card! Besides the cute images, I really love the balloons and hats accessories and the happy vibe of this card!
I just love this card so much! Ashley used the Rain of Hearts stencil and alcohol ink for her background. I love how the hearts are subtly appearing from the blue inked background. The background really mimics the look of the deep blue sea.
She gave the mermaid in green a rose, as if she’s going to give it to the sick mermaid as a present, so cute!
I love the way she coloured the hair on both mermaids, so detailed. The jewel embellishments give the card some great finishing touches.
Head over to our YouTube Channel and check out Ashley’s video tutorial on this card!
Thank you so much Ashley for this gorgeous creation! And a big welcome to the Penguin Palace Creative Team!
Lynnea chose a glitz gel as her medium on the stencil. I really love all the glittery hearts against the black background which is so glamorous!
She chose just one single image from the stamp set, the adorable unicorn with a 3-tiers of cupcakes!!
This card is super easy to do yet it comes out so perfectly! I love how she put the sentiment on a piece of white cardstock so that it gives a nice contrast against the background! The slant cut on the white strip is also a very nice touch!