Friday, February 27, 2015

Easter Card Share using Little Blue Button Stamps

Hello crafty friends!

Today I'm sharing a cute and simple Easter card I made using a new digi from LBBS called Sweet Bunny Charlie. Little Blue Stamps is celebrating 3 years in March! As a thank you, be sure to visit LBBS websites during the month of March for lots of fun surprises. Today I  have a 15% off code to share with you on the new releases,  good only for today, Feb. 27th. At check out use the code "March"to get your 15% off the new releases.

For my card I decided to keep it fairly simply and clean. I love this new image and thought she would look adorable on an Easter card, so that's what I made. I colored up Sweet Bunny Charlie using my favorite markers, Copics and did a little lighter coloring with my Inktense pencils. I love how soft the combination of these colors look!

I embellished my Easter card with some beautiful mulberry tulips from I Am Roses and add two adorable felt bunnies I had in my stash. I added a soft mint green doily to the background along with some textured corrugated paper. I love the whimsical feel of this card.

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to use the 15% off discount code mentioned above when you check out at Little Blue Button Stamps.

Happy Scrapping ~ Leslie

Monday, February 9, 2015

Winter Wishes Card for LBBS

Hello crafty friends! I’m so excited to be apart of Little Blue Button Stamps design team! It’s been an honor in the past to be a guest designer on several occasions and I’m thrilled to be sharing more of my projects with you.

Today I’m sharing a 6x6 winter wishes card with you.

I had so much fun coloring the new digi image Flora Button using a combination of my Copic Markers and my new favorite Inktense pencils. I colored Flora Button as if she was a snow princess, in shades of Blues, soft turquoises and grays. I used several winter themed papers from the Jack Frost paper collection by American Crafts for the background of my card. I used a Kiwi Lane template in the shape of a tree to create the dimensional snow frosted tree on the side of my card. I added white glitter to the shape of the tree to make it look as if it had snow on it. I finished my card off by adding a few snowflakes, some satin ribbon and a winter wishes banner.

Thanks for joining me today, I had so much fun creating this winter wishes card using Flora Button, and I look forward to sharing more of my projects with you!

Happy scrapping - Leslie