Hi! Made this card for Club Anya and Friends Mystery Monday. It's the first time I've actually used this TGF Miss Anya Love stamp even though I've had this set for a while now. Mostly because I had to get accustomed to her not having a mouth. I don't know--something about not having a mouth reminds me of ghost stories or something spooky like that. I know that might sound weird. Anyway, I'm slowly getting over it.
Do you see that large doily in the back? I love it!! From MFT! A doily die. I used regular copy paper to cut that out hoping it would look a bit more delicate. I did find some heart shaped Wilton doilies from Ben Franklin today too. The hearts are also diecuts from MFT. I stamped LOVE with PTI's Simple Alphabet and cut them out. There's a little pink pearl in the O.
Oh and look at these felt roses! I love them too. Also from MFT. You die cut it and roll to make roses. I added the pearls. The doily border die matches the doily above. How can you resist these cute dies? I'm asking this mostly to Cheryl. Hahaha. Also added some lace too.
The papers are from the Tinsel & Twig collection from The Girls' Paperie. It's more of a Christmas set but I love these roses on this paper. So pretty! I'm liking how this card turned out. The kids and hubby agree it's not as scary as the previous one with Creeper Tuesday.
Hello! Today I have a series of cards to share which I think are super cute and funny too. I love Birdie Brown's stamp sets available at MFT and the cards today uses the behind images of the cat, dog & pig found in Cool Cat, Lucky Dog and Hog Heaven.
I had a couple of ideas for the design of this card but I felt the sentiment called for multiple images of the animal's behind. I just couldn't let there be one image and the sentiment have plural Butts. I know that is weird of me but things like that drive me a little crazy. I won't get into how people misuse plural and possessive s though. That really drives me crazy. Anyway, so then I thought this would be a cute way to stamp multiple images over the card. I created the sentiment on the front using an alphabet set from Lawn Fawn.
This is the sentiment on the inside which comes in the Cool Cat stamp set.
Here is the dog version. These cards took a lot of time to color!
Hi! The Greeting Farm had their Customer Challenge & Chit Chat Night "A Night at the Bookstore" and introduced a few challenges. I have to say chatting was too fast for me and I couldn't really keep up. It was still early here, and I had to pick up the kids from school and activities and make dinner and eat and so I guess the timing didn't really work out with our schedule. You can check out the challenge details on the SCS forum HERE. I made this card for Favorite Child's Book category. It is based on the Mo Willems book Knuffle Bunny. It's one of my kids' favorites and it's such a cute story. We actually love reading Mo Willems' books especially his Elephant and Piggie series. Those books are hilarious! This challenge also made me realize that I haven't read many books recently except kids' books. I used to love reading but just haven't given it much time lately. Anyway, here is my card.
Hi! It's been a while since I participated in one of PTI's blog hop challenges. But I had to play along this month. Not only did I place an order on release night but I also got my goodies in about a week! So I had some time to play around with my new stamps and dies. Hehe. Below is the inspiration photo.
I love the Christmas theme and the colors too so I went with that.
When I saw the newly released penguin stamp and die, I had to get them. So cute!! I thought this penguin would make a cute spinner card too. Similar to the froggy one I made HERE. I also used PTI's In the Meadow dies. I used the die itself and my hobby blade to cut along the curved edge to create the little cut out for the penguin to slide. I did that twice leaving a quarter inch space between them.
I layered the penguin with PTI's coasters.
I added a tiny bell to his hat.
He slides down. The jingle all the way sentiment is from Tiny Treats Xmas. Just traced the space with a pencil and curv…