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So sweet & So much joy

Hello again!  I am back to share more Sister Stamps cuteness.  These stamps will be available May 1st.  I think they are quite popular in Hawaii since they really appeal to all the local folks here.  I still remember trying to buy some of their stamps on a release day and the store was already sold out on some of them!  Today is Shin-Shin's turn to be in the spotlight.

Isn't she adorable?  My kids love her so much.  I made this for my daughter.  It holds a bunch of small post-it notes inside and I got it from our financial planner for my birthday.  They always send little gifts and I never know what to do with them since they are always covered with their photos and business names.  So I thought I'd alter it a bit so it would be cuter.  I added washi tape to the spine and paper and tags from Elle's Studio.  These little tags make crafting and card making so easy! 

Here's a little close up.

I also created a card with Shin-Shin.  All papers and tag are from Elle's Studio.  I know I have a bunch of stuff from them still.  I think Shin-Shin looks super cute sitting there.

This close up looks the same as the other one!  Just didn't leave any white border around the image though.

Be sure to check out Sister Stamps and Debi's blog too!  Stop by tomorrow for my last set of projects!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Debi said…
Super cute! Will add some "cheeks" to my panda next time. Great job, Eva!
Alyce said…
oh my gosh!!! cute cute cute! i want to steal it from your daughter hehehehe!!! what a sweet looking panda and love the blush you popped on him :)
Rachel Parys said…
He is so sweet, I want to squish him! Love his rosey cheeks too!
Awesome Eva!
Lucky they have you showcasing their images, you bring them to life....
Enjoy your new week!
Cheryl said…
The pandas are too cute! Love your card and calendar! I actually looked at our stuffed panda from the san diego zoo to see what color the tail was...not that that's scientific or anything, but i never paid attention before.
Jenny said…
I'm so in love with all of your projects! Love the idea of altering those little promotional items and making them cute! Thanks for all your help!
Heidi Brawley said…
AWE your creation and card came out Super Cute!!! Love this lil panda too!! Hugs!!!
Jazzmom said…
Love the idea of personalizing those freebies you get from businesses ... thanks for sharing the idea!
Leanne said…
Ahhhh!!!! Soo super kawaii Eva! Each project is awesome! And Shin-Shin is adorable the way you colored her. I want to squeeze her cheeks. lol.
Great job!
Denice said…
This is one of my favorite releases!!! Such a cute post-it not holder and what a great idea to use washi tape to bind it!
ParkNSlide said…
Simply the blush on Shin-Shin's cheeks.
Mary J said…
OMG, this little panda is the CUTEST! I love what you've done with him!!

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