If you have two loaves of bread sell one and buy flowers. For although the bread will nourish your body, the flowers will nourish your soul.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Finally, Some Stamping!




I've done such little stamping in the last few months. My Christmas cards are only two thirds finished. That means the good news is that I have a good head start on next year's cards. Lol!
I did get a few projects finished that I started at my monthly stamping day with my good friends. I borrowed this darling little girl stamp from one of those friends and paper pieced her. It reminds me of something I loved doing when I was little....playing with paper dolls. The gray embossed coat was simple. I stamped the girl onto the gray cardstock, cut out just the coat, ran it through the Cuttlebug for texture, and glued it on.

Recipe: paper- chocolate chip (SU), brown and gray Bazzil, white, natural, designer papers (Old World Stack from DCWV, Classic K pad from K and Company, Della Fantasia cards from The Paper Studio); stamps- girl (source unknown), friend sentiment (Stampabilities), simple things sentiment (Hero Arts); ink- black archival, chocolate chip (SU), red and cameo coral markers (SU); accessories- Cuttlebug embossing folder, buttons.

4 comments:

Stamp Talk with Tosh said...

She's just charming and so beautifully pieced Deb!! So nice to see you in stamping mode again!!

Cindy Haffner said...

Deb these are GORGEOUS.

Cardmaking-Ideas said...

These cards are beautiful- the images are lovely and I just the sentiments.
It would be a delightful card to send to anyone.

Cindy said...

Deb, these are lovely. I like how you used the CB folder to paper piece here coat.