Thursday, December 31, 2009

CAS Card

This is a Clean and Simple card, I used a Saturday Evening Post Image which I think is called Zebra pair, I did this for my BIL's birthday which is in two weeks, I needed to do 2 masculine cards which to me is so difficult. I usually reach for my brayer when doing those, but wanted to ink this baby up since I've had it for a while and haven't used it, so two down and one to go.

Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to visit my blog, I want to wish everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year. I am truly blessed to have met all of you through this forum.


Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Heidi among the flowers

Working on my January birthday cards..1 down and 3 to go,

Image: Swiss Pixie-Heidi among the flowers,
Paper: Basic Grey
Extras: Nestibilities, Stickles
Image colored with Copics

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Ta Da!!!! Finally

I haven't had time to do anything lately. Just not enough time in the day to do all the things I want to do. Did alot of running around yesterday, and have to take hubby for an MRI today.. so probalby won't have time today. But, I have the week off, so hopefully I can get a few cards done this week for the January and Febuary birthday's coming up. These adorable images were sent to me for my birthday, I think they are so sweet and cute, I know when the stash is all gone, I will probably order my very own.

Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas Everyone..

Just wanted to wish all my blogging buddies and very Happy Holiday..


Monday, November 30, 2009

Friday Sketchers - #80 - Surpirse

A quick post from me today. 6AM here and need to get a move on it for work. This was another great sketch that I had to do. Love the circles.

Stamp: Stampaive - Surprise
Paper: DCWV0Citrus Pack, Paper Trey White
Ink: Momento
Extras: Stickles, SU-Circle punches, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder,SU-Photo Corner Punch

Thanks for looking

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Just Magnolia - Week 35 -Sweet 16 times 2

First let me say farewell to Rach, Kim & Martine. Your work has so inspired me, so I will continue to peek in on your blogs so I don't miss a beat. What a great sketch to leave us with Martine. I know this is one I'll use again and again. And let me also say congratulations to Jacque, Sheila & Jane. Welcome to the team, I look forward to seeing your lovely creations. Here is my take on the sketch.

This is the first card that I did, I followed last weeks Whiff of Joy Challenge, but alas, never got a chance to post it in time for the challenge.

Thanks for looking,

Stamp: Magnolia, Penny Black & Whiff of Joy
Paper: Basic Grey - Urban Prarie & DCWV Mat stack
Extras: Nesties, MS Branch Punch, Prisma Flowers
Image colored with copics: E000, E00, E11, R20, R83, R85, B21, B23, Y21, C3, C5, C7, RV00

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Simon Says - Animal Antics

This is for the Simon Says challenge - Animal Antics which is to use an animal somewhere on your card. I used this adorable bear that I fell in love with from Stampavie. I decided to get another Christmas card out of the way and followed the sketch on the Whiff of Joy challenge. I love this sketch and am sure I will use it again and again.

Thanks for looking

Stammp: Stampaive Bear & Robin
Papers: Stampin Up & Basic Grey
Extras: Ribbon, Nesties, Flower Soft, Button,
Image colored with copics

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Magnolia Challenge - Masking

It's been quite awhile since I posted anything.. So so busy.. but as soon as I saw this challange, I had to give it a go, plus after seeing Rach's lovely easel cards, I had to give that a go as well.. So here is my take on this weeks challenge.

Thanks for looking

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Piano Lessons-PDCC03

Just a quick post today, nothing fancy, This was the card I made for my Mom's 78th Birthday which was 3 weeks ago, just haven't had the chance to upload it, It is from the Saturday Evening Post series and so reminded me of all the piano lessons my parents endured over the many years of practicing that I had to purchase the image and make her a card. The image was much much bigger than I thought it would be so not much embelishing. Now to do Dad's card who's 85th Birthday is Sunday. Sandi thanks for letting me know about this challenge..

Thanks for looking

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

iCopic #15-Red Hair & Just Magnoia - Monochrome

Wow 2 challenges in one card again. Over at the iCopic site this weeks challenge is Red Hair. Well once again thanks to the wonderful tutorials, I think I got it. And over at the Just Magnolia site, Monochrome is this weeks theme. Since I had this paper out, I decided use blues. Because of the chaos this week, I took baby steps in putting this card together, I colored it on Sunday, cut the papers, Monday morning before I went to work, assembled it on Tuesday, Wednesday I added the ribbon again before I went to work and finally put it together and took a picture so I can get it in for the Magnolia challange. Hopefull things will run smoother next week and it won't take me a week to get one card

Image: Merry Christmas Tilda
Paper: Heidi Grace & Paper Trey WHite & Enchanted Evening
Extras, Cuttlebug corner die, Heidi Grace pre cut circles & dimentionals
Image colored with copics

Sunday, November 1, 2009

PennyBlack # 73 White on White

This was done for the Penny Black Saturday Challenge. This weeks challange is White on White. Not as bad as it sounds since the card and all embellishments are in white, the only color is on your image. I used my trusty DCWV pre-embossed card and my Pendant nesties and lots of dimentionals. To finish the card off, I wanted to place a white ribbon with a huge bow accross the center, but alas, I don't have any white ribbon, so maybe next time I hit Michaels I'll pick some up and finish it off, but for now, here's my take on the challenge.

Image: Little Snowman
Paper: Paper Trey WHite, Pre-embossed card from DCWV
Extras: self adhesive pearls, dimentionals, & nestibilities
Image collored with Copics

THanks for looking.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Sketch Saturday #74-Happy Birthday Mouse

What a great sketch this week over at Sketch Saturday. This week we're up Challenge 74. I am glad I was able to play along since I'm still working overtime even put in a few hours yesterday, so I only get to catch up on the weekends and lately those are jammed packed as well. At first I didn't like how the cake came out, I was trying to match the paper, but now it's growing on me.

The colors I used are below. The Ciao is B60 which I finally ordered the sketch for. That and a few others should be here tomorrow... Can't wait for Mr. Postman...

As always, thanks for looking

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Copic Challange # 14 - Black-Emma Cow

This was done for the Copic Creations Challange, this weeks color is black. This is a bi-monthly challange which can be found on my side bar. I've learned so much from this site it's unbelievable. Suzanne Dean gives some awesome video tutorials, since I am a visual person this is right up my alley and of course each time I watch, I order new copics. So I now have the Grey "C's" on there way. So this was done using the few grey's I have.. can't wait to get the new ones to really give this a try.. So thanks Suzanne for those wonderful tutorials that you make for us novices.

Stamp: SugarPlum: Emma Cow
Paper: Making Memories, Basic Black &
Extras: Ribbon, Martha Stewart Web Punch & Nesties
Image Colored with Copies.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Whiff of Joy - Die Cut

This week over at the Whiff of Joy blog the challenge is to use Die Cuts. What better die cut to use than our trusty nestibilities. I used the Shapabilities Pendant and the Label One die cut.

Thanks for Looking

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Cute Card Thursday-82-Spook Fest & Just Magnolia #27-Bright & Zingly

Wow, two challanges in one card.. I think this is a first. Over at Just Magnolia the theme is Bright & Zingy, well I think the greens are bright enough to cover that area, and over at Cute Card Thursday challenge # 82 is Spook Fest. So I used this adorable Tilda as my inspiration

The copics I used are above. Hopefully next time I'll get a clearer image, I'm trying and will get this right eventually, At least there not upside down this time

Image: Magnolia
Paper: Stampin Up: Certainly Celery, Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, & Summer Surprise
Designer Paper: Tim Coffey All I want is Candy
Extras: Martha Stewart Boo Punch & Web Punch, Cuttlebug embossing folders, Tiny Bubbles & Distressed
Image colored with Copics..

Thanks for looking

Monday, October 12, 2009

Penny Black Sketch - Buttons & Bows #70

This was done for the Penny Black Challenge. This week we were to use buttons and bows, I choose just to use buttons, I have tons and tons of them, and sad to say, I couldn't tie a bow no matter how hard I tried, I'd still be working on the bow. But maybe, the bow on the candy cane counts... It's a stretch, but it might just be enough. Anyway, this is an older image from Penny Black. An oldie but a goodie

Image: Penny Black: # 248K not sure of the name
Papers: Papers are from Heidi Grace
Extras: Frame from Heidi Grace, Buttons, Prima Flowers, Martha Stewart Branch Punch
Image colored with copics

Cheerleaders Rock

One of the girls at work asked me to make a cheerleader card for her god daughter who made the cheerleader squad at school. I lucked out since I do own a cheerleader stamp. This adorable image is from Whipper Snapper. The squad colors are green and white. Hope she likes it...

I will try and take a picture of the copics I've used. I see fellow bloggers do it and I know it comes in handy.. Next time though, I'll make sure all the colors are facing the right

Image: Whipper Snapper: Pom Pom Girl
Papers: Basic Gray: Urban Prarie, Lemonade, Stampin Up: Chocolate Chip
Extras: Fiskers Border Punch, Martha Stewart Border PUnch, Nestibilities, Sizzix Swirls Scribbles Die Cut, Self Adhesive Rhinestones & Prisma Flowers.
Image colored with Copies

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Sketch Saturday #72 - Melinda

This was done for Sketch Saturday...Loved the sketch, am sure I will use it again.

Image: Whiff of Joy: Melinda with Bouquet
Paper: Basic Grey: Lemonade
Extras: Round Circle Punch, Nestibilitie, Ribbon, Buttons, Prisma Flowers,Self Adhesive Rhinestones, Martha Stewart Flower Punch (behind the Primas) and Branch Punch
Image colored with copics

Saturday, October 10, 2009

My Adorable Faries

My birthday was a few days ago and Tammi made me a stunning Mini Accordian Folder. Inside were these adorable images. OMG!!..I've never fell in love with images the way I did with these.. aren't these the cutest faries you ever did see. I couldn't wait to use them and made two cards right away. This is for my BFF's birthday which is on Monday.

Image: Sorry Guys just know it comes from accross the pond, she did give me the link but it vanished with all the problems I've had with my computer.
Paper: Basic Grey: Lemonade, Stampin Up: Regal Rose & Pink
Extras: Cuttlebug Swiss Dot Embossing Folder. Martha Stewart Border punch & Nestibilities
Image colored with copiecs

Papers: Basic Grey: Urban Prairie, Stampin Up: Regal Rose & Cool Caribbean
Extras: Nestibilities, Martha Stewart Butterfly punch, Border Punch, Self Adhesive Pearls & Buttons
Image Colored with copics

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Simon Says Boo

Isn't this image adorable, I think it's an Ollie. I am not quite sure of the name since I received this in a swap. But finally took him out and put him to good use. Still have a few more Halloween cards to do. So hopefully I'll be able to crank them out this weekend.

Another quick post before I head off for work. Couldn't blog hop yesterday, so will try and catch up today. I didn't have internet for over 24 hours, they came to fix the problem only to recreate another one "No phones" Technician was at my house for at least 7 hours trying to fix the problem. Guess he needed OT. But now that they replaced Everything, and I mean Everything. Hopefully I will not have to go through this again. This was the 3rd incident since I upgraded to FIOS... and hopefully the last.

Thanks for looking

Paper: Paper Trey-Autumn Pack,Summer Sunrise & White , Stampin Up Basic Blac, Making Memories Halloween Pack,
Extras: Nestibilities, Sizzix Die Cut Swirls Scribbles, Self Adhesive Rhinestones, Martha Stewart punches, ribbon,
Image colored with Copics

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Peek-a-Boo- It's Halloween Time-Copic Challenge #13

A quick post this morning, since I have to get to work. This is for the Copic Challenge #13 (my first entry) which is to color pumpkins. I've been working on my Halloween cards so I've colored in allot of pumpkins, and still have a few more to go. This is one of the cards I did over the weekend. It is a WhipperSnapper image called Peek-a-Boo Ghost. I love Whipper Snappers they have the cutest images.

Image: WhipperSnapper-Peek-a-Boo Ghost, Sentiment: A-muse
Papers: Stampin Up: More Mustard, Basic Black-DP: Making Memories Halloween Pack
Extras: Martha Stewart Punches: Bat, Border, Branch & Web, Prisma Flowers, Sizzix: Swirls Scribbles Die Cut & Self Adhesive Rhinestones
Image colored with copics

Thanks for looking

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Whiff of Joy Challenge #50 - Merry Christmas

It's party time over at the Whiff of Joy Blog. They are celebrating there 1st Birthday. So to celebrate, each design team member is giving away some candy, all you have to do is follow this beautiful sketch and play along and you will also have a chance to win the new Christmas Stamp Club Kit by Elizabeth Bell.

Good Luck everyone

Image: WOJ-Melinda with Muff, Sentiment from Stampin Up
Paper: Basic Grey Wassail Paper Pad
Extras: Prisma Flowers, Martha Stewart Branch Punch, Self Adhesive Rhinestones, Paper Piercer, Dimentionals & Nestibilities,

Saturday, October 3, 2009

House Mouse Challange #53-Buttons

One of the little buggers at school got me sick. Not sure which one, but I'll get but anyway, what better way to spend a Saturday afternoon when you have a sore throat, than to craft. This week over at the House Mouse Blog the challange is to use buttons on your card. So I decided to use this image to get a start on my Halloween cards. I also received a package of goodies that I ordered earlier in the week and couldn't wait to use my new nestibilitie dies. There are so many possibilities with these. I used some left over Stampin Up Designer Paper, my Martha Stewart Craft Punch and my trustie Cuttlebug embossing folder.

Stamp: Trick or Treat $1 bin at Michaels, House Mouse-Mice Carrot
Paper: Stampin Up: Creepy Crawly, Basic Black & Paper Trey Summer Sunrise
Extras: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder Distressed Stripes, Nestibilities - Pendant, Buttons & MS Web Punch

Monday, September 28, 2009

Winter Wonderland-Challenge #18-Purse Box with Directions

So glad that I am home today so that I can play along. NYC schools are closed for Yom Kippur so I am taking advantage of my day off. This week at Winter Wonderland, the challange is to make a Gift Card, Gift Box or Wrapping Paper. So I choose to make a Purse Box using my Top Note dies. The original directions were sent to me by my friend Debbie in Washington. I am not sure where she got them from so who ever designed this.. Thank you. But when I went to follow them, I realized that scoring directions were backwards... Found this out the hard way, so I am re-writing them so you can follow along.

Directions below using a Halloween Theme. I will send this little purse to my niece filled with candy corn.

1 - 5 1/2" X 6" piece of Card Stock
2 - Top Note Die Cuts using Card Stock
2 - Top Note Die Cuts using Designer Paper I cut around the dotted lines so that it will be layered.
After you place the 2 pieces together, you need to trim one end of the top note so that you have a straight line..see picture below.. the straight end will go to the top of the purse. Do this on both pieces. the picture shows one cut and one not cut
1 - Large Nestie Scallop Circle using Card Stock
1 - Large Nestie Circle using Designer Paper
2 - Large Eyelets for circle. This is to thread your ribbon through
1 - Piece or Ribbon
1 - Flower or what ever you choose to embelish the closure
1 - 5/8" Velcro Coin Rounds for closure
Double sided tape
Paper Piercer to pierce holes in scallops

Score the 5 1/2" side at 1" and 4 1/2",
Turn and take the 6" side and score at 2 1/2 & 3 1/2. Cut the 2 1/2" & the 3 1/2" line up to the score do this on both sides so it looks like this...

Assemble and you will have a little box see picture below along with all the cut pieces

Assembled box with top note pieces attached will look like this...
For the top of the purse which is the scallop circle, I eyeballed it up to the
2 1/2" line of my scor pal and scored at the 2 1/2" and 3 1/2" and folded it and placed the eyelets in it.

Put ribbon through the top, Assemble pieces, put your velcro circle on the inside of the front portion of the circle decorate closure and viola.. Purse Box

I hope I explained everything so that you understand, this is my first attempt at a tutorial, Enjoy, and thanks for looking


Saturday, September 26, 2009

Merry ChrisMoose-Winter Wonderland #17

This was done for the Winter Wonderland Challange. This weeks challenge was Hot Chocolate. So we had to make a card with that in mind. I remembered I had this wonderful Riley image and imediately dug him out and colored and designed this card. Unfortunately, I never had a chance to assemble it until today so once again I am getting it in in the nick of time and didn't think I would even be able to upload it since I don't have any phones and am shocked my internet is up and running since it wasn't yesterday.

So here I sit waiting for the Verizon guy to get me up and running again. Not a happy camper at the moment since I've only had FIOS for 2 weeks and the text message they sent me said he is due to arrive anywhere today up to 8PM tonight. Seems they don't give you those wonderful windows on Saturdays..ugh!!!!

Paper: Basic Grey: Wassail Paper Pad, Stampin Up: Old Olive, Paper Trey: White
Extras: Nesties, Christmas Prismas, Self Adhesive Rhinestones, Snowflake Punch, MS Branch Punch,
Stamp: Riley, Sentiment from Printworks

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Sarah Kay

Just a quick post today, since I have so much running around to do. It will be at least another 2 weeks before things slow down at work and I can come home and play. So far I've put in 30 hours of OT this month so by the time I come home I am to pooped to pop as they say so not much crafting is getting done and I so want to play along with all my fellow bloggers. Sorry if I haven't had time to peek in on your blogs as often as I usually do, but I will soon, I promise...

I did this for a co-workers birthday that is on Monday. She is a fellow crafter who comes to my house all the time to play, so I am sure she will enjoy it.

Thanks for looking... and Happy Saturday

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Pooh Bear

Nothing fancy today, just a quick post before I run to work. I did this over the weekend and am just getting a chance to upload it. This was made for my little nephew who turns 4 in a few days... What little kid doesn't love good ole Pooh Bear. I purchased this cartridge back in December of last year when they were on sale and have yet to use it, so I dug out my trustly ole cricut and put it to use. It was a fast and fun card to do.

Thanks for looking

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Friday Sketcher #68- Halloween Trio

With school officially in session, I didn't think I was going be able to do a sketch this week. Take about Chaos in the office... Well, that's putting it mildly. It will be about 3 weeks before it settles down at work. I hope...

This was done for the Friday Sketchers challenge which is sponsered by Ladybug and Friends, talk about getting it in in the nick of time. Glad I made it!!!

Image: Whippersnapper & Sentiment from Michaels $1 bin...Love that bin
Paper: Paper Trey Cardstock: White, Plum Pudding, and Summer Surprise & DP Tim Coffey Halloween I Want Candy
Extras: Cuttlebug embossing folder
Image colored in with copics

Thanks for looking

Monday, September 7, 2009

Frosty Challenge at WinterWonderland #15

Over at the Winter Wonderland site, this weeks challenge is to create a card using a snowman in honor of Frosty the Snowman. Now, I cann't get that song out of my head. Well, who doesn't love snowman. This image was from my dear friend in Idaho. Thanks Tammi.. At first, I didn't want to use him since I only had 2 and he is just so darn cute. But hey, now I have a chance to win my very own.

I used a pre-embossed card from DCWV and my trusty nesties. Love layering the squares and colored it in with copics, it was a quick and fun card to do. So thanks for letting me get another card done for the holidays...

Image: Forever Friends
Papers: Paper Trey White & Stampin Up: Not Quite Navy
Extras: Jolee Snowflake Sticker, Nesties, Paper Piercer, Buttons
Image colored with Copics..

Thanks for looking, hope to get to play some more this week, but

Saturday, August 15, 2009

My Little Princess Turns 5

My Great Niece will turn 5 in a few weeks. She is such a little princess since our family is 99% boys. So having a little girl in the family makes her even more of a treat for us. It's so much fun shopping for the frilly stuff rather than the rough and tuff stuff. This Gorjuss girl was just perfect for her card, so thanks Tammi for all the wonderful images you sent me. As you can see, I am having tons of fun coloring.

Stamp: Gorjuss Girl
Paper: DCWV, Making Memories-Sydney, & Basic Grey
Extras: Corner Punch, Cuttlebug Birthday Embossing Folder, Prisma Flower, Self Adhesive Rhinestone, MS Branch Punch.
Image colored with Copics

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Whiff of Joy Challenge #43

This weeks challenge was to use pink and brown...well, that's right up my alley since I've always loved that color combo so here is my take on this weeks challenge.

Stamp: Whiff of Joy: Musing Melinda
Paper: Designer Paper from SU-Berry Bliss, Chocolate Chip, Creamy Carmel
Extras: Nesties, Self Adhesive Rhinestones, Sizzix Die Cut-Swirls Scribbles, MS Branch Punch, Prisma Flowers
Image colored with Copics

As always, thanks for looking

Monday, August 10, 2009

Reflection At The Lake & Nature's Beauty

Well since I had all the stuff out to brayer and my 15 year old soon to be 16 year old son commented on how much he loves my brayered cards when he saw the one I did for my BIL. I did 2 more... Now to decide which one to give him.

I used the mirror image stamp for the reflection of the wolf in the water and then the stamp-a-ma-jig to get the wolf placed just right over the reflection. For the wolf that is on the land part of the card, I first stamped it in my versa mark pad and then in Basic Black Ink. I then put clear embossing powder over it and heat embossed so that when i brayered on the sky and mountains it did not pick up any of the ink...To get the shape of the mountains, I ripped a post it, I placed one half on the top and the other half on the bottom for the reflection. I sponged on first Certainly Celery and then Old Olive. As for the tree, I stamped on the reflection again using the mirror image stamp and filled in the area between the upright tree and the reflection tree with a basic black marker

For this card I used first stamped on the tree again using the versa mark pad and then stamped it in Timber Brown Staz on. I put on clear embossing powder and heat embossed. I then brayered half the top half with Soft Sky, Blue Bayho, and sponged on Not Quite Navy. For the land, I brayered first with certainly celery and then sponged on Old Olive. I then took another post it note to make the mountains, and the horizon. Last but not least, I stamped on the buck.

Thanks for looking, and I hope you like it


This card was done for my BIL's birthday who's birthday is in 2 weeks. Since I wanted to do a masculine card and I find I always reach for my brayer when doing one. So I dusted it off and used an oldie but goodie retired set from Stampin Up from the sketches series. Before I put it away, I will do one more for my son who commented on this card and who's birthday is next week. Now to think of something to do...

Stamp: Stampin Up: Sketches, Sea Grass?
Ink: Stampin Up: Soft Sky, Blue Bayou, Creamy Carmel, Adirondack: Ginger
Paper: Paper Trey: Enchanted Evening, Stampin Up: Whisper White, Creamy Carmel, Sahara Sand DP: Bella Bleu
Image colored in Copics
Extras: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder-Swirls, MS Border Punch

Monday, August 3, 2009

Storm Approaching

As some of you know, I live right on the water and have a spectacular view of both the Atlantic Ocean and the Manhattan skyline. This is the view I have from my terrace and living room if I look the other way, I have Jamaica Bay and the Manhattan skyline.

New York has been having its share of rain. We've had so much rain, I feel like I live in London. But anyway, I was sitting in the living room and I saw these dark clouds rolling in. They rolled in so quickly, it became dark in an instant. So, I ran and got my camera and took a few pictures from my terrace. I actually got lucky and captured the lightening. And yes, that is a surfer heading into the water.. That narly dude is still looking for that big wave...

A surfer heading into the water as the storm approaches..if you click on the picture you will see one surfer riding the wave in..

Not sure if you can tell, but those little blobs in the water, are surfers but again if you click on the picture you get a better view...

The lightening was really spectacular, I lucked out by capturing Mother Natures display.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Simon Says Distress

This was done for the Simon Says Challenge which is to distress. I distressed the doily by stippling it with Creamy Carmel.

Stamp: Whiff of Joy-Willow with Umbrella
Image Colored with Copics
Extras: Nesties, Doily
Paper: Scraps I had

Thanks for looking

Whiff of Joy #41

I haven't done a Whiff of Joy challenge in quite some time, I did this card awhile back and just never posted it becasue I didn't want the receipent to see it before it got to her. Now that I know she received it and it fits the challenge, I decided to post it.

Stamp: Musing Melinda
Pre Cut Card.. I love these and am down to 2...Yikes. I am sure that there is a die cut for if someone knows, please do tell so I can make some more...
Extras: prisma flowers, Swirl die Cut, MS Branch Punch, Self Adhesive Pearls
Image colored with Copics

As always, thanks for looking

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Mouse House Challenge #48

This was done for the House Mouse challenge. I decided to use adorable bunnies, well, at least I think they are adorable.

With so many pregnant teachers at work, I might as well get an early start on baby cards. I think we will have 5 out in September, 2 actually due on the same date So I figured I use this when one of them delivers her bundle of joy.

Stamp: Stampabilities-Happy Hoppers-Love Bunny, SU-Sentiment
Extras: Ribbon, Dew drops
Image Colored with Copics:B60 N1, N0, R39, YR000, E34, E31, RV10
Paper: Stampin Up

As always, thanks for stopping by