Tuesday, November 4, 2008

I'm Back!


I'm just loving Sarah Kay stamps right now! I have such a hard time coming up with which one is my favorite, but there's something about a creative little cutie that warms my heart! I colored her with my copic and Prisma markers and the paper is from Basic Grey. I cut her out and popped her up onto layered card stock. The flowers are from Imaginese and the ribbon is from Joann's. I adore these babies and I followed the challenge from Magnolia Meets Stampavie Challenge group. I'm trying to get into doing some challenges so hopefully that might keep me on track. I hope you enjoy her as much as I enjoyed presenting her.

Everyone was asking to see the Queen of Hearts cosutme I was working on so here it is! Kelly loved it and believe me, it looked so good on her! My Nichole went as her flamingo so whenever Kelly would go to pretend she was hitting the croquet ball, Nichole would go into this pose. We laughed till we couldn't stand it. Kids!

8 comments:

Carrie said...

I agree those stamps are great! Good colors too. Thanks for sharing.

Jennifer Hodge said...

I love Sarah Kay stamps too! Unfortunately have none. If you are looking for challenges, you can check out.... http://apageatatime.forumotion.net/forum.htm There are challenges all week long!

Ami said...

I think that is fabulous! What a wonderful costume.

Christine Riley said...

That card is so precious, I just love it, and I love that Sarah Kay image too :) Great costume also, so cute! :) TFS!
Hugs, Christine :)

Danni said...

Very cute card!! and fun costume!!

Summer... said...

OMG!! This card is fabulous Susan! I love the colors, the papers and the way you've laid everything out! Just gorgeous! And I cannot get over your Queen of Hearts costume! It's absolutely stunning! You did a wonderful job--the girls are so, so lucky!

MarieL said...

Wow, love the pretty colors on the DP. Very cute card.
You are so talented Susan. What a neat costume

cheribella said...

Your card is beautiful. I love the colors and everything is so precise. Wow, what a costume! Now we need to see pictures of the girls in the costumes.