Is she not the "Cutest" - she is Pure Innocence and they are so much fun to work with. I pieced her robe with some papers that I had (don't know the designer) colored her with Copic Markers, and Sakura glitter pens for her slippers and robe tie. Fiskars punch on the bottom of the DP, all mounted on AMuse Cherry CS - love that it is white on the inside - a bit of cherry bakers twine and a small flower with pearl bling. Love the sentiment - and I think this will go to DD as she is struggling with some personal issues in her life now.
Although this is not the digi Lucy I still had my rubber set of Lucys - but she is available from Whimsey and Stars and is she not just too cute??? I colored her with copics, cut her out with nesties (love my nesties) and mounted her on cherry red cs from AMuse - and DP from Making memories - added a little glitter on the lace of her dress - heart is from spellbinders - sentiment is Morning Star - bit of bling again from AMuse. Edge punch is from MS - which I love - got it with my 40% off coupon at Michaels. I have someone in mind for this card - probably my regular chemo lady in Washington.
This cute little darling is from Whimsy and Stars artist Mabelle - she has such a cute line of digis and some rubber stamp images. I colored Zoe with copic markers, then used my NEW spellbinders die to cut her out - layered on AMuse pink heart paper - don't you love it???. Pink satin bow around the card, and the sentiment is also from AMuse with a tiny heart bling in the center of the heart. I don't know if it is showing up in the picture but I stitched (after dusting off the sewing machine) the dp on top of the pink cs - and carried through on the inside with the same DP and tiny hearts punched out of the Amuse heart cs. I know my granddaughter will love receiving this card in her valentine box.
OMG isn't this little guy just the cutest and it was "FREE"!!! yes I said FREE - how - well just go to Doodle Pantry Blog and enter their challenge and this will be yours FREE. I love DoodlePantry Images as they are so cute and versatile - I use a lot of the precolored images for a quick card to send. For this one I "cased" this pattern from Indiana Inking and it was so much fun to make, a different spin on the standard gatefold card. My daughter found out a few months ago that she is diabetic so she has been working very hard on loosing weight - now that she has lost 50# she has decided to join the gym to help tone the body - so this image was just perfect for me to send to her.
Love this little fuzzy Panda bear hanging on to the bamboo branch - and the words that go with this set (Plush Panda)from Doodle Pantry . This set just fit my need as I had a special request for a 12 year old chemo patient that was having a difficult time and I thought this card was perfect for her. I printed off the DP that was included in the precolored set (love precolored for quick and easy), used my nesties to cut out the panda and scallop circle, then used the printed words again included in the set. Punched out some flowers with MS punch and a few bling pearls and the card is read to go in the mail. Go check out Doodle Pantry and I am sure you will like what you find.
I am a hopelessly addicted stamper that has to work to fund her addiction. I work pt as a home health nurse and nursing is my second passion. I am married to a wonderful husband who loves to fish (more stamping time for me) and we share our home with a big red ugly dog (aka Bella), her adopted "sister" Stella, and 3 cats.