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Sister Stamps Release #23 -- Momotaro


Hello again!  Welcome back to the second day of Sister Stamps previews.  I have another CAS card to share today.  I love how this one turned out too!

This sweet little guy is Momotaro!  Isn't he super adorable?  I chose to make him bald but you could color in a full head of hair.  Hmm, do you notice something else on my card?  I sewed a simple border around the blue!  Yeah, I am loving the sewing thing.  The sentiment is from CC Designs and the sequins from Lawn Fawn.

Here is a close up of the sweet guy.  Isn't he so happy?

Please head over and visit the following ladies too to see what they've created with this release.

Lysa (Guest DT)
Jenny (Sister Stamps)
Debi
Linda
Linda's You Tube Channel

I'll be back tomorrow with another preview.  Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Leanne said…
Ahhh!! So cute Eva!! I think he's adorable so is your card!! Liking this layout and your stitching is perfect. What colors did you use for the peach?! This is awesome! Have a great day
Denice said…
Bald or a head full of hair, this little guy is adorable! The sewing looks fab...hmmmm, I might have to pull out my machine and give it a whirl!
:Dxx
Cheryl said…
Cute! Ha, reminds me of the little old man look my son had as a baby! Neat stitching! I think sewing on paper is harder than on fabric!
Lynn said…
When I saw this stamp I wondered how it could be incorporated into a card because it is unusual. You did a marvelous job of making it into a baby card. I love the stitching details and the expert way you colored the image. Thank you for giving me a new idea.
OMGosh, what a darling card, full of cuteness and so sweet. Love the sentiment too.
Debi said…
Sweet card and love everything about it...stitching, layout, sentiment and coloring of Momotaro!

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