Friday, September 7, 2012

Little Lamb

It's no secret that I love Elisabeth Bell's designs.  When I started stamping again, The first place I looked was for her sweet images.  I did a blog hop and won this sweet little digi called Little Lamb.  I love everything about this - the sweetest clothes, that adorable lamb, that she's barefoot, and my gosh, that stunningly enchanting face!  I took my time to really find the right way to present her and I think I did ok!

My sweetie pop is colored with copics and has stickles on her dress and headband.  The papers are from a beautiful DCWV calendar pack and I love the French country look they have.  The pearls and ribbon is from my stash and I used my CTMH distressor for the edges of the paper.  Oh, there is Scrapper's Floss on the wooden button.

How can you resist this sweet face?  I sure can't!

I tried to give the inside a country type look to it and here's one side.

I loved the sketch that Tuesday Morning Sketches had that I had to use it again!
And the other side:

This is the inside:

She was so restful to work on and went together so quickly.  Once I start on these images, I just can't stop.  I hope you enjoy her as much as I enjoyed working her up!


..Karen said...

Oh she is a beauty!!! Your card is gorgeous! : )

Judy Garrelts said...

Ooooooo what a great card! Love it all -- paper choices, coloring and bling!!!
Thanks for sharing,

denise.crosby said...

Love the pink!!!

Danielle said...

Beautiful work! I love the pinks.

Sheri said...

So adorable!! I love the way you have that tag peeking out! Very nice touch!!! :)

Billie's Scrappetique said...

Susan, this is SO PRECIOUS! I love the soft pink and - of course - the bling! ;-)

Fran said...

AWE! I think it so darn pretty Susan. I love the papers, colors, and bling. Hugs, Fran

Anonymous said...

She's just gorgeous, pretty papers too, very sweet
Hugs Julie P

Davi said...

Susan this is beautiful... I love your precious little girl and pretty embellies :) I have been trying to come comment but cannot seem to get past the work verification!