Saturday, February 23, 2013

You've Got Mail

Hello Friends!  Hope that you are well.  No, you are not looking at the same post as yesterday.  I made two separate cards...honest!  The papers were already cut and I had made a few extra die cuts with the scraps, so I decided to use them all over again.  I even used a similar layout. 
This time around, I used the My Favorite Things Pure Innocence You've Got Mail set.  The images are colored up with Copic Markers (BG01, BG05, C3, C5, E000, E00, E01, E23, E27, R00,R29, YG63, YG67) and then I fussy cut them out.  I paper pieced a tiny bit of the polka dotted paper onto her pockets.  The patterned papers are from Jillibean Soup and My Mind's Eye.  The blossom is made with the MFT Pretty Posies Die-namics.  I added a button from my stash and some craft twine.  I also used the MFT Little Open Scallop Strip Die-namics and the Fishtail Flag Die-namics.  Before I glued up all of my layers, I added a little bit of machine stitching.
I made this card for the Splitcoaststampers Love Fest.  This particular card is for the My Favorite Things Challenge - Make My Day.  The Ladies over at MFT are challenging you to make an encouraging card for the person of your choice.  It will be a challenge for me to make sure that this gets to the post office and mailed!  Maybe it will end up in your mailbox!  You never know.
Thank you so much for visiting with me.  Enjoy the rest of the weekend!  Until next time...Toodles!  :D


Kristie said...

Adorable card! I like how you embellished the flower :)

Linda Monroe said...

This is adorable. I am going to try this sketch, it's so fun.

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

Isn't this sweet! I love the colors you chose and the adorable flower embellishement!! And THANK YOU for the sweet card I received in the mail today. : ) I felt so honored and you made me smile!!


nick said...


I'm an editor's assistant and I help run a blog called "Weekly Scrapper".
My company has shown an interest in a project of yours, we'd like to repost it on our blog and facebook page.
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It would be great if you could email me back, we're always looking for Great content!
Also, please reference this blog post / project and (Stamping,General, You've got mail)


Nick Cianflocco
Weekly Scrapper Editors Assistant