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CC Designs July Review -- Sweet November Stamps

Hi!  Just popping in real quick to share my creations for Sweet November Stamps review over at CC Designs Rubber Stamps.  Seems I am not posting as much but I have been enjoying lots of kiddie time.  We have been relaxing and went to the beach too.  Hopefully we'll make it to the beach a couple more times this week.  The kids love to play in the sand and collect shells too.

Here is my first card featuring one of the Sweet November Mermaids.  The sentiment is from AmyR Sweet Summer Sentiments.

This is my second card which seems super bright right now on my screen.  She is another one of the Sweet November Mermaids and sentiment is also from AmyR Sweet Summer Sentiments.

Gosh, it is so humid right now here.  I need to get to a fan and cool off.  I am just sweating typing and crafting!  Hopefully, we'll get some rain too to cool off but not on our beach days.

Hope you're enjoying the summer!  Thanks for stopping by!


Comments

Very sweet cards Eva. Oh, how I love the pretty colors of their hair.
Danni said…
These are both so sweet and adorable!!
Denice said…
Oh, these girls are so sweet...and so is your coloring!!! Love the blue and pink hair because we all know that mermaids have non-traditional colored hair!
:Dxx
Rachel Parys said…
Darn cute mermaids! I love them all! lol! Great colors on these, totally gorgeous!
Heidi Brawley said…
LOVE these cards!!! I love this new mermaid set too!! I just recently received mine in the mail this past Saturday!!! Love your coloring too!
hugs!!!
Cheryl said…
Pretty cards! Love how you colored the tails!
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous. Love the bright colors! The beach sounds great right now. Where have you been going? Unfortunately our weird week day schedule makes for an afternoon beach trip with traffic heading back home :( Have fun collection shells!
Leanne said…
Cute, cute, cute!! Love them both!
Yea hope some cooler weather comes both of our ways.
:D
xx

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