How about we colour handmade cards with Stampin Write markers today? See how fun they are to add just a hint of colour to these adorable Counting Sheep stamps! Get all the measurements and steps below to make a sweet birthday card just like it!
Here’s why I love using the Stampin’ Write markers.
They’re so simple. And fast. Not to mention super fun.
Isn’t it cute? I think we can safely say that little sheep is a pretty happy guy (or gal I guess)!
What do I think is great about this card?
It’s all made with just stamps and markers. I couldn’t resist also adding a bit of bling by colouring in the top sheep with Wink of Stella!
The Counting Sheep stamps are a free item with Sale-a-Bration happening from now until the end of September! You can see the entire catalogue of items you can get for free by clicking here.
Here are the steps so you can make one just like it!
Colour Handmade Cards with Stampin Write Markers
You only need a few supplies for this quick card. Really, just a Memento Black ink pad and some Stampin’ Writes Markers. Or if you have the pink and green stamp pads, it’s even quicker!
I used Magenta Madness and Granny Apple Green but feel free to substitute whatever bright colours you have at home.
Cuttin’ It Up!
- Granny Apple Green – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
- Magenta Madness – 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Basic White – 2 pieces 3 3/4″ x 5″, small scrap
Let’s Make It!
- Stamp sheep three times as indicated with Tuxedo Black Memento ink onto Basic White panel. TIP: Make sure to use a scrap piece of paper underneath your work area as you stamp off the sides of your white cardstock. Colour hooves and ears with Basic Black Stampin’ Write. TIP: Use the brush tip for this little bit larger area,
- Stamp hat three times on scrap of Basic White. Colour with Stampin’ Write markers. TIP: Colour with the small tip of the marker for these small areas. DESIGN IDEA: I coloured two hats with a green background and pink dots and one in reverse for a little variety. Cut out hats with Paper Snips and attach mini dimensionals to backs. Set aside.
- Ink up greeting with Magenta Madness ink and stamp below highest sheep.
- Ink grass with Granny Apple Green and stamp along bottom of Basic White panel. TIP: Stamp two times randomly before re-inking the stamp. DESIGN IDEA: It’s OK to overlap the image too!
- Glue entire panel to Magenta Madness panel, then to front of folded card base. Remove backing from dimensionals and affix hats in place. Add a basic rhinestone to the hat.
- OPTIONAL: Colour the highest sheep with Wink of Stella.
And that’s it!
It’s such a fun card to send someone for their birthday! So easy!
And versatile! You could make this card over and over with different colours! What about blues and greens for a guy card? Or bold red and yellow for a young child? Everyone will love it!
Click here to see another cute dog card coloured with markers.
Now It’s Your Turn
There’s no better time to pick up stamping supplies than now. It’s always fun to play, but when you can play with such a fun stamp set you picked up for free, bonus!
Add any of the supplies I used to your own stash by clicking on any of them here.Supplies List
I’m always interested to know who you might send a card like this to. Leave me a comment and let me know who YOU know that would love to get this cheery and cute card for their birthday?
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Whether you need a birthday or an encouragement card, the Counting Sheep set will work wonderfully for you! Stamp them out andcolour handmade cards with Stampin Write markers to bring a smile to everyone you know!