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A Random Fan Blog Hop!!!

Hello!  CC Designs is introducing rubber versions of A Random Fan stamps.  To celebrate and introduce these cute stamps, we're having A Random Fan Blog Hop!

If you arrived here from Bettina's blog, you're in the right spot.  If not, you may want to start from the beginning at A Random Fan.

I made a couple of projects to share today.  This one features Little Miss Sassy.  Isn't she adorable and sassy?  I colored her braid in pink to make her just a bit sassier.  The sentiment is from CC Designs Bubble Word Sentiments.

I also made a set of corner bookmarks for my 2 boys whose birthdays will fall in the summer.  I know I am early but this image called Underwear Hero is too funny and really cute.  Plus I am pretty sure I have pictures of them with their underwear on their heads.  Maybe all boys do that?

A close up of the Underwear Hero and his cute puppy.

Next on the hop is Paula.

Hope you will check out these cute A Random Fan stamps when they are in the CC Designs store!  Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Lynn said…
Really cute cards! Love the Miss Sassy card......your coloring is awesome. I enjoy visiting your site because you introduce me to so many new images and companies.
Leanne said…
Oh very cute!! She is very sassy!
OHMG!! Is that the cutest stamp or what?! Great choice on that boy stamp, I pretty sure there are tons of boys that have done that in their lifetime. hahaha!
Gorgeous coloring on both and totally fun layouts.
Have a great week!
^.^
Faye Wynn-Jones said…
What a fab selection of cards :) The first is super pretty and the second, super cool! x
Oh my gosh!!! I love little miss sassy !! She's one of my fave images from A random fan !!
The shine on her hair is perfect !!
I'm sure your son's will be delighted with the super fun corner bookmarks!!
They are fabulous, as well !!
Great great job!!

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Christy Designs said…
Gorgeous cards !! Love them all...
Thanks for sharing
Rachel Parys said…
What a couple of cuties!!! You gotta love a kid with his underwear on his head! lol! Awesome work!!!
Jennyfer L said…
Aww this is such a cute pin card and I love the hero too!
Melissa said…
Eva this are both absolutely SWEET!!! Don't you just love these stamps!
OMGosh these are so fabulous
Cheryl said…
Cute card and bookmarks! Hmmm, my son never did that with his underwear...but my daughter did! What does that say about her personality?!
Bettina L. said…
Such fabolous designs. Love the yellow lace and teamed bow with the birthday girl and those corner bookmarks using underwear hero. Love that design. Bettina xx
Paula Sievers said…
WOW. These cards are amazing. Great job
Jean Bullock said…
Wonderful coloring on both cards. Great paper choices and layout too. Well done.
truddabellz said…
Awesome book markers and adorable Miss Sassy card! Love them all!!! Great colors used, awesome papers used, coloring is amazing! Great job!
oh my...both are great...love your coloring!
Heidi Brawley said…
Love all your creations! !! I think the doggie is Super cute too. I have no boys!! Happy to hear they are coming out with rubber stamps.
Barb said…
Fabulous creations, darling images and all so very new to me.
Handmade Cuties said…
Hi Eva,
These are such cute cards. Underwear boy is adorable but it's a good thing that doesn't happen at my house :P. Love the pink braid!
Denice said…
Haha....every boy puts underwear on their heads....silly and cute! Both, when our kiddos do it and your bookmarks.
Wonderfully sweet projects. TFS.

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