Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Hugs and smiles

Hi everyone. I've made another card for the raining cats and dogs challenge over at The Paper Players using a stamp I picked up in Barnes and Nobel over the weekend. The publication came from the UK and it also included an embossing folder. It looks to be from Tiddly Inks and was sooo cute I couldn't resist spending $$$ on the magazine. 

Colored with Copic's. Pink gingham paper came from DCWV out one of those insta photo fun 4x4 mini cardstock sets. I bought a yellow one and a pink and they've come in handy for using on cards.

Sentiment is from Verve.

Black dots are home made melted down pony beads. I got them to stick on the card by using some matte medium from Ranger.

That's it for today.

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Patti J said... sweet! Love it, Laurie!

Natalie said...

Absolutely adorable, Laurie!! What a cute card!

Darnell said...

As I'm opening the comment box, I'm thinking, awwww and then I see that Patti beat me to it! It really is adorable, Laurie! I've always wanted to see one of those British magazines with the awesome freebies and I didn't know you could find them at Barnes and Noble. I'm going to check that out! Hugs, Darnell

Glittered Paws said...

Awww....this is too cute - I have seen this stamp before and it has been on my "wish list". Great job and love your melted pony beads.

laurie said...

Really cute Laurie! Great find in a magazine,too. That gingham paper is so fun, and looks perfect with the sweet image. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players this week!

LeAnne said...

Wow, what a great score, to get a stamp and an EF in a magazine! Especially such a cute one as this...great timing! You've colored these sweeties so well, too! Thanks for playing with my challenge this week at the Paper Players!

Jaydee said...

Laurie, isn't it fabulous when you get a useful gift in a magazine! I love this little image - and you colored it so beautifully. I also love this layout. The pink gingham is the perfect background.
So glad you joined us at the Paper Players this week