Sunday, August 2, 2009
Presenting Lil' Miss Poppy by Belles N' Whistles!
The time is finally here and Belles N' Whistles is now officially open for orders and cuteness! I was absolutely thrilled earlier this year when I found out that Summer was one of the stores chosen to present Elisabeth Bell's images and could hardly believe my good fortune of being able to presents these sweeties to you! I hope you enjoy them because to be honest, there's too much sweetness, cunninness (it's a New England word to mean adorable!), and adorableness in this collection!
I'd like you to meet Lil' Miss Poppy! Isn't she just the cutest thing? I just adore her hair and the sweetness she has about her. I was so excited to get to present her1 When I heard her name, I knew I wanted to use this vivid collection of paper from BasicGrey called Junebug! Perfect to showcase this cutie-pop!
I stamped her with Memento Tuxedo Black on GinaK Luxury Paper (gosh, I becoming a paper snob because I love working with her paper!) and colored her with copics. I love this weeks sketch from SCS so I followed that for her. I added a Prima Flower and ribbon to the layers and used my BasicGrey Bling in the top corner and put some stickles on the flowers and used a glaze pen on the ribbon in her hair to make it look like satin. Her basket of flowers are touched with a glitter pen and I love the brad in the middle of the flowers! I thought the paper needed just a tiny bit of dimension so I ran it through my cuttlebug using my dotted swiss folder. All in all, I think adorable comes to mind!
Isn't her face just the cutest? I could just pinch it all over!
Make sure you stop over at Belles N' Whistles and see the other sweet images just waiting to find their way to your stamping table! I'm sure you won't be disappointed!
Lil' Miss Poppy by Belles N' Whistles, Junebug paper and brads by BasicGrey, Stickles, Prima Flowers, Glaze and Glitter pen by Jelly Roll, dotted swiss cuttlebug folder, BasicGrey Bling, copics, nestabilities