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 ๐Ÿ˜
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 ๐Ÿ’•
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 ๐Ÿ˜‚
Thank you! Made in a hurry ;) but it was supposed to be simple, right ๐Ÿ˜‚

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