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All That Scraps February Review

Hello!  I know that a lot of you think the Meoples are cute.  And last month there were cute baby Meoples!  I really didn't think they could get cuter than that.  But I was so wrong cause this month, there is a new batch of Meoples.  Have you seen them?  Asian Meoples!  Plus a cute little panda!

Here is my easel card with calendar.  Aren't they super cute?  Especially that little panda?  I didn't want to just make an easel card.  Thought it should be somewhat functional and I had this extra calendar so I stuck it on.  There's still a good few months to go.  Next to the calendar is the newly released Cherry Blossom die cuts. 

Here's a close up.  The sentiment is from Eggstra Special Sentiments.  I have CC Designs grass border on there too.

I also used the Line of Lanterns stamp and die.  I stamped the lanterns first and colored/outlined them with my Copics.  Then I used the die to cut them out on vellum.  I trimmed the vellum and then glued them over the stamped image to give them a more transparent look.

This is the side view.  It has a little step to it.

Please head over to the ATS blog for more of the review!

Thanks so much for reading!



Comments

Aw what a cute oriental scene to new release.... Great easel card design too!
Happy Valentine's Day Eva!
Cheryl said…
Ha! Asian meoples!! Too cute! Love your little scene. The die cuts are so cute too!
Rachel Parys said…
Love-it!! They are so cute, and I really love that panda and the string of lanters!! Awesome job!
Anonymous said…
oooooo soo cute it makes me want to squeak funny noises like when you talk to a little baby.

Happy Valentine's Day!
This calendar is so dang CUTE!!!
Joy said…
Oh yeah! Saw these meoples andwent crazy for them.especially love the Panda!Your easel calemdar is perfect for enjoying them all year long!
Denice said…
OMG, they just keep getting cuter and cuter...love these sweet faces! The lantern die and stamp is awesome!
:Dxx
Blankina said…
Yes you are totally right Eva these meople stamps are soo cute, and you have made a fanastic easelcard with calender,

Have a nice weekend,
Hugs Blankina
Leanne said…
Love it!! When I saw your card on the ATS blog I was like that's Eva's!! This is so kawaii and awesome!!
Of course I had to get this set, not only because it's Asian but because of the panda bear. lol.
This is one fantastic project!

Mimi said…
Adorable!!! Love the new Meoples set and this cute calendar!! The lanterns look awesome with the "glow"! Have a great weekend! ;D
hapagirlren said…
aye ya!!!!!! sooooo freakin kawaii!!!!! Yah, you totally sell this set of stamps girl...Ok, gotta go buy some :)
I love the paper! Who makes in, pleeeeeeeeeease?????
Naomi &:-)
oops.. I mean 'IT' ... got too excited I guess....
Ah! found it... it's Basic Grey. &:-)
Lorraine said…
EEK...too cute! Love the asian meoples and your gorgeous calender design, girl!
RiNNE said…
A truly magnificent scene!! Love the lanterns and cherry blossoms in the back. It would've been perfect if ATS included Filipinos in their Asian set...then I would've been all over this stamp set, Buwahahahaha~

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