Hello everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend! Today, I’ve got another project showcasing the Mama Elephant February release. This is an adorable stamp set called Lil’ Painters, a great set for Easter, but works for everything!

I stamped the little painting chicks on a banner die cut using the Dotted Details creative cuts. I love using the banner from this set! I also stamped the little art easel and stamped my own little painting. I definitely had fun painting their little painting too!

SH - Lil Painters

I gave the card a simple gradient background so it doesn’t take the focus away from the little painters. I splattered the card base with a mix of water, white paint as well as some glitter so it wouldn’t be too plain.

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Stamp Highlight – Freesia

February 17, 2017

Good morning everyone! I’m here with a project using a stamp set from Mama Elephant‘s February release called Freesia. This is a gorgeous floral set that’s perfect for those who love to colour! And if you don’t, you can always blend the colours onto the flower!

I decided to colour my flowers using my copic markers. I chose to colour it in a gradient style, with the purple gradually fading into pink. I had so much fun colouring this in and cutting it out was not a problem at all 🙂

SH - Freesia

For my background, I wanted it to be a light, pastel, dreamy background so that it doesn’t take away the focus on the flowers. I splattered some white paint and water onto the blended background so it wouldn’t be too plain with just the colours.

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Welcome to the Mama Elephant Release Design Team blog hop!
Our newest release is now live and available for purchase in the store!

Mama Elephant - January Stampedewww.mamaelephant.com

Hello everyone! We’ve got some fun products in store for everyone today! I’m kicking off the release with a super adorable add-on for the Favor Bag that was released last month – and this one is perfect for Easter!

Stampede - FBA Bunny

I decided to use the Bunny Favor Bag Accessory on a card to store a little gift card instead of using it on the favor bag. I die cut several of the flowers to give Miss Bunny a colourful flower wreath. The little dies that comes with this set is perfect to create the adorable bunny look!

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To celebrate the new release, Mama Elephant is picking 3 winners to win their choice of stamp set! Winners will be chosen at random from the collective blogs in the Stampede. You have up to 4 chances to qualify to win!

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Each action qualifies for one entry, max 4 entries per stampeder please!

Now let’s get on with the Stampede with our amazing designers!
Anna KossakovskayaMelania DeasyVera Rhuhay
Pamela HoNichol SpohrLaura Bassen

Good morning everyone! I’m back on Mama Elephant‘s blog for a project using the gorgeous Botanic Hello. I just love colouring the flowers of this stamp set!

This stamp set is awesome when you’re in need of some simple postcards. I love creating postcards these days because I don’t need to make any envelopes for them. All I need to do is to write a simple message stick a stamp in the corner and mail it out! Plus it gives the mailman/lady some eye candy too 🙂

I started by stamping out the large stamp set on a piece of cardstock and coloured it in with copics.

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Since I’m using copics for colours and it bleeds through my cardstock, I created 2 pieces of cardstock at the same size and I simply adhere them together so you can’t see the bleeding. Plus it’s more sturdy this way!

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I added some sparkles to the word “hello”, with more sparkles at the bottom of the letters and gradually spacing them apart at the top.

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The back of the postcard was decorated using the stitched line from the stamp set as well as Crafty Labels for the lines.

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And there you have it! A simple yet stunning postcard for your recipient. The mailman/lady will certainly enjoy delivering this!

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We’re at our last day of our Stamp Highlights, but don’t worry! We’ve got some amazing cards up for our Designer Series later on! We’re showcasing the gorgeous florals in the stamp set Botanic Hello and it’s definitely my favourite for this month!

I stamped out the florals and coloured them in with my copics. I had so much fun colouring in these beautiful flowers and I wanted to make them all pink because these reminds me of cherry blossoms.

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It’s a little hard to see, but I used my glitter pen and stippled the alphabets so they are a little glittery when you tilt it back and forth. I also flicked some white paint onto the flowers so the colours won’t look too plain. Flicking white paint, glitter paint or just water is a great way to add dimensions to a card!

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Hello and welcome back to another Stamp Highlight for Mama Elephant! Today we’re taking a look at 2 stamp sets – Swashy Upper and Swashy Lower letters!

These are some beautiful letters that are perfect if you’re struggling with calligraphy but you need to get some cards addressed in a fancy way 🙂

SH - Swashy Letters

These are also perfect for custom sentiments! I needed a baby card for a newborn baby boy’s parents and created my own custom sentiment.

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Good morning! Hope you had a great yester-day when you saw all our projects for the Otterly Adorable set! Today, we’re looking at the Just a Note stamp set which is a perfect stamp for creating simple notecards.

I stamped the sentiment on my card which took up almost the entire card front! So I stamped in a little kitty from Little Cat Agenda to wish the receiver a happy birthday!

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The sky was made by blending some blue ink after masking off some clouds.

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