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Dream & Happy Mother's Day!

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Hello!  It's my last day to share Sister Stamps projects.  So sad!  I had a lot of fun playing with these cute new stamps.  Thanks again for the opportunity, Jenny!  I made a few projects with Haruyo.  Her costume reminds me of the ones worn by dancers during Okinawan performances.  See HERE for a picture.  My sister-in-law studies traditional Okinawan dancing and music so Haruyo reminded me of her and I also thought my in-laws would love this image.

I made this with 4 layers of thin cardboard I had lying around.  I added washi tape around the edges and just decorated the front.  I wanted the girls to look like they were dancing.

I also made a couple of simple Mother's Day cards.  Hopefully they will like them.  The sentiment and tags are from Papertrey Ink.

Close up of one of the girls.

My last project was kind of an experiment that I need to work on!  I had seen this tutorial on SCS about stamping on air drying clay.  Such a neat idea, isn't it?  After seeing the tutorial I went out and bought some air drying clay.  But I think I am too impatient for one thing to let the clay dry completely.  And I should've rolled the clay a bit thinner so maybe that would let the clay dry faster.  I think it took a few days to a week to completely dry and it's not a large piece of clay.  And to get the right impression takes some practice but overall I thought this was such a fun idea.  I used watercolors to paint it after.  I think this would make a fun kids' project too! 

Don't forget to stop over at the Sister Stamps blog and Debi's too!  These stamps will be available May 1st!

Thanks so much for dropping by!


Leanne said…
Oh my Eva! You definitely rocked all the projects for this release! Love the cards! And the clay project looks like fun. Always wonderful to stop by and see what you've created. And girl your coloring rocks!!
Great job with the release, SS chose the right gal for the job.
Rachel Parys said…
Oh my goodness are they cute!! I love how you colored them up! I have never seen that done on clay, I like that idea!! Awesome work!!
Another awesome showcasing....
Jenny said…
Thanks so much Eva! Your creations are so amazing. You make me want to use my stamps more!
Jazzmom said…
Cute projects! Yes, Haruyo does look like she is dancing! I love the little cards you made!
Danni said…
Adorable creations!!
ParkNSlide said…
I love how you individualized each dancer by changing their hair color.
Denice said…
I love the trio of dancing cute and colored gorgeously! But then, all of your projects are gorgeous!
Simply adorable. love all the different colored hair,
Tons of Hugs, Dangina
Cheryl said…
Oops, where have I been, I missed commenting on your cute projects! Pretty coloring! Neat idea with the clay.
Handmade Cuties said…
Yes! They do look like uchinanchu girls dancing. I LOVE the image and the colors. Wish I could dance too...cannot with 2 left feet. Pig feet soup anyone?
Mary J said…
Fabulous, Eva! They are so pretty and fresh!

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