Gode ønsker for julen {Mo’s Dream Team}{Ett trykk}

Hi, everyone! I’ve got a clean and simple card to share with you today, featuring the adorable Mo Manning image Giggling Snowman.

This card is actually published in the December issue of Ett trykk, and it even made the cover – yay!

I made the cardbase with some Stamper’s Select White cardstock from Papertrey Ink. It’s my favorite white cardstock, nice and thick and bright white. I cut another panel of the same cardstock slightly smaller and diecut a window using a Hero Arts die. I ink blended my cardbase using three colors of blue dye ink; Papertrey Ink Spring Rain, and Stormy Sky and Faded Jeans Distress Ink from Ranger.

I colored my snowman on X-Press It blending card using Copics (W4, W3, W1, W0, W00, C2, C1, C00, E000, B0000 for snow, B99, B97, B95, B93, B91 for the blue, and YR18, YR12, and Y35 for the carrot), before fussy cutting him and adding him to the left side of my diecut snowflake window.

I ink blended a couple of strips of cardstock to make it match my blue background inside the circle. When the ink was dry I added a couple of Norsk Stempelblad AS sentiments and white heat embossed them. My last finishing touch is a few Kort & Godt diamonds and some Papirdesign crystals in the centers of the snowflakes.

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Nisseklem fra meg til deg {Mo’s Dream Team}

Hei og hopp! I dag har jeg en enkel pakkelapp å vise frem, med herlige Baby Angel Castiel fra Mo Manning i fokus.

Jeg fargela motivet med Copics, stanset det ut til en stor tag og maskerte motivet før jeg brukte en stensil og embossingpaste til å lage snøfnugg rundt. Nisseklem fra meg til deg er to sammensatte tekster fra Norsk Stempelblad AS, stemplet med Papertrey Ink Scarlet Jewel blekk. Jeg festet en liten bit rødt bånd i hullet på tagen – enkelt og greit.

Rester {Ett trykk}{Mo’s Dream Team}

Hei og hopp! Onsdag betyr Mo Manning hos meg, og desember betyr stort sett julekort. I dag har jeg kombinert dem, med Toyshop Helper i fokus på forsiden, publisert i fjorårets desembernummer av Ett trykk.

Ett trykk 0617 Restepapir Mo Manning Toyshop HelperKortet er publisert i en artikkel der vi hadde fokus på rester, og tro det eller ei, men hele kortet består utelukkende av resteark. Jeg fant frem omtrent rubbel og bit av det jeg hadde av blå resteark fra Maja Design, og jeg har til og med brukt ark fra en sommerkolleksjon her. Funket fint på julekort det!

Ett trykk 0617 Restepapir Mo Manning Toyshop Helper motivJeg fargela Toyshop Helper i nolines og skjærte ham ut. For å få motivet til å henge sammen brukte jeg en blå sytråd fra den ene hånden hans til leken. Den store chipboardsirkelen fra Snip Art med alle snøfnuggene har jeg embosset for å få den hvit.

Ett trykk 0617 Restepapir Mo Manning Toyshop Helper front detaljJeg har stemplet en tekst fra Norsk Stempelblad på en blå rest og embosset i hvitt. Pyntet enkelt med noen perler fra Kort & Godt og flere chipboardsnøfnugg som er embosset.

Ett trykk 0617 Restepapir Mo Manning Toyshop Helper iinnsideInnsiden har det samme oppsettet, men andre mønsterark. Jeg hadde nemlig ikke store nok rester til å bruke de samme arkene jeg brukte på forsiden. Det blå arket med prikker på er arket fra Summertime-kolleksjonen. Tekststempelet fra Norsk Stempelblad AS har jeg stemplet rett på et lyst mønsterark med Enchanted Evening blekk fra Papertrey Ink.

Ett trykk 0617 Restepapir Mo Manning Toyshop Helper baksideBaksiden er også ganske enkel. Ett stort snøfnugg, banner med tekst og litt lag på lag med mønsterark. Fremdeles samme oppsett som på resten av kortet, men med andre ark igjen, siden det nå begynte å bli tomt for rester.

Ett trykk 0617 Restepapir Mo Manning Toyshop Helper bakside detaljDet er egentlig ikke så rart det gikk hardt utover restene mine på dette kortet. Kortet måler 8 x 4 1/4″, så det er ikke akkurat lite, men siden jeg har holdt meg til det samme oppsettet på alle fire sidene og også de samme fargene på arkene blir det ikke rotete inntrykk likevel, selv om jeg har brukt ark fra seks forskjellige kolleksjoner.

God jul {Mo’s Dream Team}

Another Wednesday, another Mo day. Today I’ve got a Christmas card to share with you. Is modern vintage a style? I think it looks kind of vintage, yet modern, but I’ll let you decide. I chose Winter Present, colored her up with Copics and turned her into a fairly clean and simple card.

I chose muted colors with lots of grays in them, diecut my colored panel with a stitched rectangle die from My Favorite Things and sprinkled on chunky white embossing enamel from Stampendous which I heat embossed. It gives the look of falling snow, which I really love for Christmas cards. No pattern, completely random, which really is how snow falls in real life.

I added my panel to my card base using dimensional adhesive without too much dimension. The card base is Classic Kraft cardstock from Papertrey Ink. I stamped a pinstripe stamp from Altenew across it in Scarlet Jewel ink, also from Papertrey Ink.

I tend to add little embellishment clusters on my simple cards, and this one is no different. Part of a mini doily from Doodlebug, some patterned paper diecut with a Docrafts die, a ticket with a white heat embossed sentiment from Papirdesign, and diecut pine branches from patterned paper. I added three Papirdesign crystals as a finishing touch.

Christmas hugs {Mo’s Dream Team}

Another Wednesday, another Mo creation. This time I colored up Chimney Sweep really quickly, fussy cut him and glued him to my background. Simplicity is key when you’re strapped for time, right?

As usual, I colored my image with Copics. I grabbed some colors that were already out on my desk – no surprise that lots of blue markers were among them. The snowflake background is diecut with a Hero Arts die, and I added rock candy distress glitter in the holes left behind by the die. Unfortunately, glitter and photographs are a bad match, so it doesn’t really show up in the photos.

I stamped and heat embossed Juleklem (Christmas hug in Norwegian) on a piece of Blueberry Sky cardstock before diecutting it with a fishtail flag frame die from My Favorite Things. I stamped til deg (for you) on a white piece of cardstock using Blueberry Sky ink and diecut that, too. The stamps are from a new Huldra designstudio stamp set.

I added both my banners with foam tape and finished the card off with a few blue enamel dots from Papirdesign.

Christening card {Mo’s Dream Team}

Another Wednesday, and another card with a Mo Manning cutie. This time I’ve colored up Christening, for a little boy.

I’ve gone with a tried and true layout on my card. I didn’t have a whole lot of time to make this, so I needed to not reinvent the wheel. I colored up my image with Copics and used patterned papers from the Vintage Baby collection by Maja Design.

I embellished with blue and white flowers and rose buds, along with a few Kort & Godt diamonds scattered around my flower clusters. I diecut the letters in the little boy’s name twice and stacked them for a little bit of dimension. I added the letters to a fishtail banner in the perfect size.

I stamped a North Star Design sentiment on the back of the card using Papertrey Ink Blueberry Sky ink.

No peeking! {Mo’s Dream Team}

I’ve got a few tiny gift tags to share with you today, using the adorable Giggling Snowman from Mo’s Digital Pencil. I printed him really tiny, he’s about an inch and a half tall. Not wanting to waste my blending card, I put three of him on a quarter sheet of X-Press It. All three versions are colored with Copics, and I turned my gift tags into shakers.

I used a die set from Lawn Fawn for the tags and the speech bubbles, and found some scraps of patterned paper from Maja Design that I put to good use on these.

I added distress glitter in the shaker area, giving the feel of snow. The sentiment reads “Don’t peek! To be opened on Christmas Eve!” The speech bubble was just big enough for it to fit. I added a few snowflakes diecut with a Marianne Design die before gluing a Kort & Godt pearl in the center of each.

I’ve always loved this little snowman. I’ve always thought he looks kind of shy, but with the distress glitter working as snow in the shaker, it looks like he’s blowing hot air on his hands to try to stay warm – probably not the best thing for a snowman to do 😉

Since they’re gift tags, they need To and From on the back. I’ve stamped a few different Norsk Stempelblad AS ones with different colored inks, each to sort of match the rest of the tag and the snowman on front.