Guest Designer Rannah Romps | Cards for Little Hearts Card Drive


Hello!  I am so happy to introduce to you a very special guest designer, my dear friend, Rannah Romps.  I first met Rannah about two years ago.  I had just started blogging for only a few months when I came across Rannah's beautiful work over at one of the Google+ card-making communities.  I became a fan of her cute kids' cards and pop-up cards ever since.  

Not only is she a very talented paper-crafter, Rannah is also one of the kindest, most selfless people I've ever met.  Though she has had very little free time to blog or craft lately, when Rannah heard about the Cards for Little Hearts Card Drive, she did not hesitate to share her card making talent to help bring some joy and smiles to the many children with congenital heart disease that will be spending time at Nationwide Children's Hospital Cardiac Unit as their second home this winter holiday season.  So please join me in welcoming Rannah to my blog for a little Cards for Little Hearts Card Drive "Winter Wishes" inspiration. 


Snowbird Cards

Rannah's first inspiration is of a sweet little snow bird enjoying a fun day of skiing.  I thought this little snow bird looks so adorable and cool in its winter attire.  And the handmade hills which Rannah carefully cut out complete the scene beautifully.

On these cards Rannah used the following products: Inkadinkado stamp, Impression Obsession 6-in-1 frames die, Stampin Up markers (retired), Tim Holtz snowflakes and added on jewels from her stash.



Yellow Bird Cards

Rannah's second inspiration is another set of super cute bird cards.  Doesn't this little birdie looks like a bright little sun but with huge eyes?  So cute!  And I absolutely love the snowflakes background and how she did the framing of this cute yellow bird.

On these cards Rannah used the following products:  bird digi by Kajsans Scrap Blog, Stampin Up inks in Yoyo Yellow and Only Orange (retired) and Tim Holtz snowflakes.



Coffee Mug Cards

What a beautiful design layout Rannah came up for her third and final inspiration! These coffee mug cards with the dancing deer background will sure to warm the heart of teen patients. 

On these cards Rannah used the following products: Stampin Up Scentsational Season stamp set (retired), Spellbinders Classic scalloped circles die, Stampin Up Cherry Cobbler ink, Cuttlebug folder D'Vine Swirls and from her stash, the pattern paper and vellum.



Thank you so much for joining Rannah and I today. We hope to have inspire you to come join us in this heart-warming cause and help brighten a child's day this winter holiday season. For the complete details about the card guidelines (with lots of prizes to giveaway), please visit my Card Drive page.

I will be back next week with another Cards for Little Hearts inspiration for you. Until then, may you have a happy Friday and wonderful weekend ahead. Take care.

Hugs,



RANNAH ROMPS
Wife, mother, grammy and a meme. She has been into many crafts throughout her life. But settled down to cards and scrapbooking. Visit Rannah's blog Paper Piecing Creations.

7 comments :

Lois Wyche said...

WOW! Very impressive and beautiful cards. I too enjoy this lady and her works of art. She continues to support my work and I'm happy to once again see her designs. Great job, Rannah!!!

Lori Kobular said...

Beautiful and fun cards! They are sure to put a smile on any child's face!! Rannah did an awesome job on her cards!!

stampfoldandrepeat (Jeanie) said...

These cards are so sweet! Love the bright colors :)

Megan J said...

Hi Christina, Wow what a lovely collection of cards for the little ones, love the bright cards with Pippi on them and the hot chocolate cards will be great for older kids... thanks to Rannah for the inspiration... have a wonderful week... Megan

Edwina said...

These are all fabulous cards! Love the cup one a lot. Edwina Brown

Migdalia said...

Wonderful job Rannah! The snowbird cards are so adorable! The coffee cup cards are super sweet!!Love this!
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
Crafting with Creative M

Donna Ellis said...

They are wonderful cards, Christina! How unique, and cheerful, too! xx

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