Simplicity Sunday: Card with Distress oxides by Melina


It´s Melina here today with the first make for our Simplicity Sunday posts. 
These posts will be all about easy makes with a very few stamps used.

I want to apologize for being late with this post! 
I have three sick kids here at home, and it has been a little busy this weekend ;)

For this card I used Mama Owl stamp set. 
I just smudged Distress Oxides Worn lipstick and Fossilized amber on my craft sheet, sprayed with water and picked up on my card. I stamped the flower and branch from the set directly on my card. The owl I stamped on a piece of gelli printed paper and cut out.
I adhered the owl to the card, stamped a sentiment from Beautiful Words stamp set and matted it on black cardstock. Quick and easy!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!
xx Melina

Rubber Dance stamps used:


Bibi Lindahl said…
Beautiful card, Melina! Stamping the owl on Gelli printed paper is such a good idea - quick and easy! Thanks so much for sharing! ♥
Sorry to hear the kids are sick - I hope they get better very soon!
Thank you Bibi! :)
I sure hope so too!
Ink Art Designs said…
There is beauty in simplicity. This is a gorgeous card Melina x
Awesome card Melina using that beautiful owl 😍
Donna xx
The sweetest of Mama Owls, always brings a smile to my face. Your stamp creation is what has made it easy for us all by giving us this fabulous design. A beauty to behold.
I hope the children are feeling much better now, I remember it well when one after the other falls ill and everything grinds to a halt.
Hugs and best wishes Tracey x
Susanne Rose said…
WOW! This card is so stunning my dear! The colours match perfectly.
Thank you so much Dot 💕
Thank you so much for your kind words!
Well, at least one of them is well again. The other 3 still at home. It gets a bit busy with all of them ill at the same time 😂
Thank you! Made in a hurry ;) but it was supposed to be simple, right 😂

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