MFT Stamps Christmas Cheer | Christmas Scene Card | Copic Coloring

Hi crafty friends! I hope you’re doing well and enjoying your weekend. One of the highlights of the Christmas Season is sending and receiving Christmas cards. As a card maker, I absolutely love to create Christmas cards to send out to my family and friends.

MFT Stamps Christmas Cheer

Today, I’m sharing a card I created using MFT Stamps’ Christmas Cheer stamp set. I love any stamp set that features critters, but this one is especially adorable. I started by creating the masks for my stamped images and stamping the images in the front first, followed by the background.

Copic Marker Combination

Arctic Fox: E41, E50, W00, R30
Bunny: E44, E43, E42, E41, Blender
Tree: G17, G02, G00, G000
Red: R39, R29, R24
Trees in the back: BG72, G17, G02
Snow: G02, G00, G000, G0000

MFT Stamps Christmas Cheer

When I create a one-layer card, I usually ink blend the background before coloring. I do this just in case I don’t like the background, or some bleed-through occurs, and it won’t ruin the colored images. For this background, I used Cracked Pistachio, Evergreen Bough Distress Oxide inks on the card front, and Pine Needles Distress Oxide ink just on the edges of the card. I added white splatters for my snowy scene. Then I colored the images.

MFT Stamps Christmas Cheer

To finish the card, I heat embossed and sentiment and added highlights with my white gel pen. I really hope you enjoy this card and as always, thank you so much for stopping by; until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!

The current Slimline Challenge by MFT Stamps inspired this card


Pink and Main Lady Luck | Slimline Card | Copic Coloring

Pink and Main Lady Luck

Hi crafty friends! Today’s card share features a Pink and Main stamp called Lady Luck. I’ve paired the cute images with a slimline connected rectangles die by Whimsy Stamps.

I stamped and colored the images using my Copic Markers and die-cut them with my ScanNCut.

Copic Marker Combination

Ladybugs: R39, R29, R24, N7, N5, N3, N1
Yellow: Y17, Y15, Y13
Flowers: Y17, Y13, N7, N5, N3, YG17, YG03
Pink: RV17, RV55, RV52, RV00
Dirt: E34, E27, E49
Pot: E18, E19, E08, E97, E95
Tin Can: C5, C3, C1


Pink and Main Lady Luck

For the background, I cut a panel of teal cardstock and ink blended the background with Mermaid Lagoon and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide inks. I find when I ink-blend on colored cardstock, I need to start with a light hand, then build the intensity by layering the ink.

To finish my card, I adhered the frame die cut from white cardstock, stamped and embossed a sentiment, then added all the images with foam adhesive.

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I hope you enjoy this card, as always thank you so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!

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Pink and Main – Clear Photopolymer Stamps – Lady Luck

Pink and Main – Lady Luck 
from: Pink and Main

Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxides Ink Pads – Mermaid Lagoon

Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Mermaid Lagoon

Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxides Ink Pads – Tumbled Glass

Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Tumbled Glass

Copic Markers
from: Dick Blick 

Copic Markers