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Sister Stamps Release #27 -- Pua

Hello!  Yay, finally time to share some Sister Stamps projects.  I made these cards a while ago so I may need to refresh my memory of my crafty process.  But it's not too complicated since my cards are usually CAS to begin with.

Today, I'm sharing cards I made with Pua.  First of all, isn't she so cute?  Totally reminds me of May Day in Hawaii!  But she is a versatile image perfect for lots of occasions.  When I first saw her, I thought of Aloha so that is the sentiment I went with here made by heat embossing in white and PTI's alphabet stamps.  And rainbows!  Used my distress inks to make the rainbow colored backgrounds.  The right side is a bit brighter but I love the look of both.  I also colored the hair different for each girl and then added little white flowers to her her dress.  You can click on the photo for a bigger view.

And then, I made a couple of birthday day cards using sentiments from CC Designs.  Same process here with heat embossed in white sentiments and distress ink water colors.  So I colored 4 Puas!  Oh, I also used watercolor cardstock and Lil Inkers stitched rectangle die.  I love that stitched look around the cards and I probably use that die the most.

We don't have a guest this release but be sure to check out the rest of the Sister Stamps DT!

Jenny (Sister Stamps)
Debi
Linda
Linda's You Tube channel
Rina
Rina's You Tube channel

Thanks for stopping by!  I'll have another post tomorrow.


  

Comments

Anita said…
OMG, these are all the cutest cards ever! Love that sweet little image and your bright ink backgrounds are gorgeous!
Rachel Parys said…
She is totally ADORABLE!!! I love this image, and I love the CAS cards you have made with her!!! Super cute!
Sweetness to the max! Oh, just LOVE the rainbow of colors. Thumbs up for this darling card.
Denice said…
Rainbows and a sweet new SS image...a winning card if I ever saw one!
Leanne said…
Oh Eva!! I knew you would come up with something super cute!! CAS with that fabulous rainbow and Pua is perfect.
Love them all! Happy Aloha Friday!!
Jenny said…
So pretty! I love the colors!!
Lynn said…
You've made the new stamps irresistible....guess who'll go shopping for them? I love the background and how it works with the image. Great coloring skills!
Tereese S said…
I love the watercolor look on your cards and the stitched border just adds the right touch. Gorgeous!!
Cheryl said…
Cute cards! Love the rainbow background!
Heidi Brawley said…
Oh my these are very pretty! !! Love them all!!!!
Hugs, Heidi

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