Monday, 1 April 2013

Post Card Stamp.

I had planned to get in the garden today and tidy it up but its still too cold to get outside so I have used the time to make some cards for the new April challenge over at the Hero Arts Blog..  For the first card I have used the sketch inspiration and my Post Card stamp, love this shape of card.

As I had the Post Card stamp out on my desk I decided to make another card for the same challenge, this time its for the feminine card bit of the challenge.  I have added the poppies and coloured them with copics.

I am loving my new HA stamps, the tweed background and the post card go so well together, I can see me using them alot!!

Hope you have all had a great Easter weekend.


joy said...

Hi, Sally! It's still cold here too! I wanted to start my daily walking (since I only do that in warm weather), but I guess it will have to be postponed till later!

I love your two cards; I am waiting a bit impatiently for my Hero Arts order to arrive with this postcard stamp and a couple of others in it!! You have colored the poppies so beautifully; I have only three copics that I won in a blog candy. Too expensive for my retiree budget! But, I love coloring with pencils anyway.

Have a great day, my friend.

Barb said...

When ya can't get outside, it's always nice to be able to create inside! Love both cards, Sally! Beautifully done!

Pam W Merwin said...

Sally, I love your cards with the tag stamp! The poppies are amazing - so rich looking and love the ribbon that you used!

Dawn T said...

both of these are just fabulous. I can't wait till my stamp arrives ~ hopefully this week! Between you and Jacqueline, I've got heaps of cards Pinned for inspiration.

Dotty Jo said...

Oh the sheer joy of the school holiday crafting season! These are beautiful Sally, your placement of those pearls is the icing on the cake for these twop beauties. have fun, Jo x

Jessi Fogan said...

These are both gorgeous, Sally! I love the tag shape! Love the colours on the butterfly too - and the pearls - and the poppies are so perfectly highlighted. Love them :)