Wednesday, February 27, 2013

"Make A Wish" Cutie Pie

Today I am showing you an image called "Make a Wish" Cutie Pie from Little Darlings Rubber Stamps.  Isn't she just so sweet?  Coupled with some Pion papers given to me by a friend to try out, I thought it made just the perfect birthday card.  

I'm excited because it's my first post over at Little Darlings Rubber Stamps Design Team Inspirations blog and MY OH MY is the DT an amazing bunch.  I'm thrilled to be a part of this team!

I spritzed a doily to match the purples, cut a few butterflies out of the Pion papers and added some pearls, a banner, some lace and flowers and VOILA!  I just made it sound really easy didn't I?  LOL!!  It WAS easy just time consuming but what a great way to spend a morning....and maybe part of my early afternoon.   

Thanks for dropping by!!

Stamps:  Little Darlings Rubber Stamps Cutie Pies "Make A Wish"
Paper:  Pion Designs
Embellishments:  Wild Orchid Crafts flowers and lace, misc ribbon and beaded string and butterflies from the Pion papers. 
Punches:  Spellbinders and Magnolia banner doohickey
V91, 93, 95, 99
R81, 83, 85, 89
E50, 51, 53
E70, 71, 74, 79
E0000, 000, 00, 11, 13
E40, 41, 42, 43, 44


Anonymous said...

Great Card. I really like the brown with purple! Your coloring is amazing as usual! Congrats on the new DT! :)

Sheri said...

You have been busy! Love your color choices and the cake looks good enough to eat!

CraftinGranny said...

Congrats on the new DT spot. Their images are adorable and the team truly is awesome. You are a perfect fit!!!! This card and your coloring is totally awesome. As you know they are my favorite colors. "Hugs"

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Anonymous said...

OMG THAT IS SO FREAKIN CUTE! The purple flowers you picked worked out good! LOVING THIS!

cabio's craft corner said...

Darling and elegant card with beautiful coloring on this cute image!! Love the pretty lace contrast :o)

Anonymous said...

Stunning Eulanda!!! I love the colors you used here. Beautifully colored and elegant indeed. Fabulous job! hugs, Angela