Author: Gemma Campbell

Penguins on Ice with Gemma

I love clean and simple designs for Christmas cards, especially if planning on mass producing. This CAS Christmas card features the new Penguins on Ice stamp set. I began by adding a panel of patterned paper to an A2 card base, then decorated it with pearl white jewels for extra sparkle. I stamped out images from the Penguins on Ice stamp set, coloured with copic markers and die cut with the coordinating dies. I adhered the iceberg with liquid glue, then the penguins on top with some added dimension. The fun sentiment stamped underneath is also from the Penguins...

Read More

Dear Santa with Gemma

Today I’m sharing a card using images from the new Dear Santa stamp set, which was part of the October 2022 release. I love this stack of cute critters. Together with the mailbox, they fit perfectly on a mini slimline card base. I stamped the images with Memento coca brown ink and coloured them with copic markers. I then used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I added additional layers behind some of the images for dimension. On a mini slimline card base, I adhered some strips of foiled red and blue patterned paper and white glitter card....

Read More

Cake Time with Gemma

I’m having fun with the Cake Time stamp set on my card today. Aren’t these critters the sweetest? I stamped the Cake Time images out with Memento Rich Cocoa ink, then coloured them with copic markers. All images are die cut with the coordinating dies. Next, I worked on the background. I die cut Gallery Frame #4 from white card. Behind the three windows, I adhered some patterned papers. I then adhered the frame to an A2 card base. I stamped a sentiment from the Birthday Scripty stamp set, in the same brown ink. This gives a softer look...

Read More

Word Bubbles with Gemma

Today I’m sharing a card using the fun Word Bubbles stand-alone die set as a background. I’ve kept my Word Bubbles die set connected so I can cut them all out at the same time. Although this makes it easier to cut the background panel, it doesn’t fit a standard card size so I needed a piece of card 5 7/8 x 4.5”. I cut the dies out of three white card panels, then adhered them together for dimension. Next, I blended distress oxide inks on to a card base. I used the September Hello Bluebird challenge colours as...

Read More

Page Turner with Gemma

Today I’m sharing a card with some lovely products from the August release, which went live in the store yesterday! I hope you all managed to get your orders in. I made this card for my niece. She loves reading and always has her head in a book, so the Page Turner stamp set is perfect for her birthday card. To begin, I stamped out images from the Page Turner stamp set, colouring the images with copic markers and die cutting with the coordinating dies. I’ve listed the copic colours at the end of the post. I also stamped...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest