Snail Mail

I was inspired by the way Annabel colored Belated Birthday Snails with all the texture that I knew I had to try.  So I picked up Snail Mail rubber stamp by Little Miss Muffet Stamps.  However, instead of using pencils, I gave it a go with markers so my details isn’t as controlled.  But hay, he turned out okie dokie in my book.

I didn’t really have a good sentiment that I liked so I used the background decorative paper and wrote in my own. It’s a word search paper and I used a black pen to write in my sentiment and blue to circle it.  After all… I found it!

These are the Copic markers used on Snail Mail:
R05, 46, 59, BV23
E41, 42, 43, 49
C0, 3, 5, W9
Y11, 35, YR15, 21, 24, E31, 33, 35
B000, 45, 39, 93
G28, YG63, 21

Lines Shaker Card Kit

Here’s another card I created using the Lines Shaker Card Kit from Queen and Company. On their site they have one in these colors but with a bunch of hearts. In using up what I had, I used stars instead but didn’t realize how patriotic it would look afterwards.  Oh well… looks like I have a July card already to use!  LOL

Merry & Bright Ornament Kit

Once again, the Merry & Bright Ornament Kit from Queen and Company is what I used to create this holiday shaker card. This is one of the card layouts from the kit.  The snowflake is a Make it Crafty chipboard embellishment covered with Liquid Pearls.

I was short a few holiday cards this season, and since those are to be hand-delivered, I was able to pile on the layers and embellishments without fear of increased postage costs.  That was an added benefit!