Colourful everyday cards

Hi and Happy Wednesday!
Today I wanted to share with you two easy-to-make everyday cards I have made:

The patterns for the colourful panels are made using only one circle stamp by Visible Image. I stamped the image several times with black ink on white cardstock, letting the circles overlap each other and form random patterns:

Then I chose three matching ProMarker colours, and coloured the stamped pattern. I wanted the result to be light and bright, so I left many of the areas white. Focusing on one little area at a time and colouring without too much planning was very meditative!

The width of the coloured panel was bit larger than half of my card front. I trimmed the piece to size, mat on matching colour cardstock, and attached to my card front. For cutting the 'hello' word I used my die-cutting machine and little alpha dies. Done!

After finishing the first card I wanted to check how the card would look like when coloured with a new set of matching colours:

I think the result looked just as good!
And now I'm thinking whether I should make a few cards more using three different colours- blue, yellow and green perhaps?

For more information on the Visible Image circle stamp I used please click on the picture below:

Wishing you a wonderful week,

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  1. Beautiful cards Elina...I love how you've used a circle stamp to create a geometric panel..the colurs are beautiful too..

    1. Thank you Pri! Even though I love to play with paints and layers, sometimes is nice to make a simple project in CAS style. And colouring is always fun!

  2. I think they are both superb! Would love to see them in other colours too! Great work.

    1. Thank you Deborah! New panels have been stamped already :D Can't stop making these!

  3. I love what you did here. Both colour combinations are great and I would love to see your next choice of colours