Newest Collection “First Snow”-Penny Black
Hi crafty friends! I am back with other cards using Penny Black new collection “First Snow”. If you haven’t seen my previous cards with this new collection click HERE. Today I am sharing three cards!
I love the clean and simple style cards by adding accent colors. Here are a few cards that I made the same style with the same method. If you haven’t seen these cards before, clink here (orange card) & here (red card). This first card I used the same method and style. It’s a very simple layout but it makes a strong first impression.
It’s a one layer card. I stamped all images ( #30-647 sweet sledder & #30-644 bundled buddies) on the A2 sized white cardstock panel. I colored a background using a yellow marker and add accent colors to the images. And then I stamped a sentiment from #30-649 frosty hello to the panel. That’s it! I LOVE this card layout & style and it makes me smile.
Here is another holiday card. For this card, I used watercolor paints. I left a lot of white space and added a few colors to the image. Of course, it’s very easy to make and is not required professional skills.
For this coloring method that I used, I applied the first layer of the color and then waited until the paint dried. I applied the second color (same color but less water, so the color shows a bit darker than first color you applied). It looks like the kid’s blue coat and bear’s shadows. If you add a different color before the first color of paints dried, it looks like the bear’s cheek and the kid’s cheek. Two colors are mixing smoothly.
Here is my last card for today! This background image is one of my favorite stamps. It works well in a winter theme along with other winterly images. (If you haven’t seen these cards click here (left card) and here (right card).
It’s very simple to make. I stamped a background image from #40-566 under the trees using black ink on some white cardstock. Next, I stamped a baby image from #30-647 sweet sledder on another white cardstock and then colored it with markers. I fussy cut it and adhere it to the background image. I stamped a sentiment from #30-647 sweet sledder stamp set on the background image. Lastly, I add the background to the black panel.
I love this baby image so much! Have you seen this card (see image below)? I posted it my previous blog post for the “first snow” collection. If you haven’t seen it yet click here.
That’s all for today! I will be back on this Friday with other cards for this First Snow Collection. Stay tuned.
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