Cheerful Love


Hi all,
I was in a mood to create some basic shape stamps using rubber. Yes, carving some fun shapes is a really good way to de-stress!
I carved a zig zag wave onto a piece of eraser and from the other piece I cut out a strip. I have used them in the cards below.

Cheerful Love Card
Cheerful Love Card


I have inspired from 2 moodboards here.




I inked up the handmade stamps in distress inks and created some fun patterns in the corners. Added a dash of hearts on the cards and a 'With Love' sentiment from HOTP stampset.
To keep the card bright and cheerful I have added a couple of bright yellow flowers.

Linking to the below challenges!

ICR coasteride.



I have inspired from
1. The random pattern on chart paper on the ground
2. Color pallete ont he colors lined up in the wall
3. heart on the wall on pillow covered
4. Bright yellow light = bright yellow flowers

Lulupu Mood Board Challenge

I have inpired from
1. Zigzag pattern on top left corner of moodboards
2. solid stripe and color splashes on top left corner of moodboards
3. Yellow flowers on the bride's hair
4. Love
5. Color pallete

Paru's Card Making Challenge: Anything Goes

Countryview Challenges- Spring

Colorful pallete and bright flowers! Definitely Spring :)

Love
Uma

Comments

  1. Nice one... like how you picked elements from the pictures and created your own eraser stamp :)

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  2. Pretty little spring card! Your DIY stamps are beautiful! I like your fresh and popping colors.
    Thank you for joining us at Country View Challenges this month!
    Evelyn DT

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  3. This is so pretty, and I love that you have carved the stamps yourself. Thanks so much for joining in with our challenge at Country View Crafts. Sue xx

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  4. Love your take on the challenge ! Thanks for playing along
    Sharada Dilip
    DT ICR

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  5. Very nice and simple card! Thanks so much for stopping by to play the Elemental challenge at Indian Craft Room as well as Paru's Card Making Challenges

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  6. Very pretty card and how creative of you to carve your own pattern from an eraser !
    Thanks for sharing the card at Lulupu this month. :)

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  7. Glad to know that you were inspired by so many elements from the moodboard! Loved the card and those flowers too! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Lulupu this month! :)
    Suchi - DTxx

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Thank you so much for taking your time out to share your love! It helps so much for a beginner like me to get some feedback!! Please do link up your blog in the comments, I will love to drop by in
xoxoxo
Uma Iyer

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