Sunday, October 25, 2009

High Hopes meets Priscilla Styles

I made this card for a special someone and also used one of my new High Hopes stamps that I purchased from Bunny Zoe's crafts. These are such cute stamps and she was such fun to color. I used the sketch over at Priscilla Styles and this will also be my very first entry at High Hopes. The challenge at High Hopes is a child like, or child stamp.

One of the DT over at High Hopes used this stamp, added embellies to her boa and used the sentiment that I did. I really didn't copy but it seemed so perfect so I guess I did.

I colored her with Copics and added a few white highlights to her. I had some fiber ribbon (if that's what you call it) and I just cut the fringe off, added glue to the boa, and dropped the fibers on. It kind of looks like feathers even though it isn't. Here is a close up.

Isn't she just the cutest?? The dp is Totally Girl by My Minds' Eye. The cardstock is Neutrals by DCWV. I added some sheer ribbon in the corner, a button with the shank removed and a couple of heart charms.

For the inside I used a SU! stamp, I like your style, and oval nestabilities. I added a little olive green ribbon for the bow.



26 comments:

Lisa said...

How stinkin cute!!! I am so loving the boa! Precious work girlie!

Phyllis said...

Oh my goodness is this ever a wonderful card. That little girl is gorgeous!! You have done an outstanding job of following the the sketch and I absolutely adore your color combinations. The MMDesign Team thanks you for entering this awesome card in our challenge this week!! We will be looking for you next week.

Phyllis MMDesign Team

Lillian said...

Such a sweet card, Steph . . . that boa really sets the card off just perfect. High Hopes have lots of cute stamps that I love -- I've been waiting for a way past overdue order to arrive - hopefully, any day now! Cute, cute card!
Hugs, Lillian

Carol said...

Steph-This little girl is just as sweet and adorable as it can be!!! I love your clever use of the ribbon fiber to make the boa...it looks so real...fantastic job on that. Really a fun lighthearted card that is so inspiring it color and design detail. Thanks for playing along with us at Midnight Madness. We sure to appreciate it and hope to see more of your amazing work.

Carol
Midnight Madness Design Team

scrapperjulia said...

This is gorgeous! Love your coloring and the added fiber on the boa, great card!

Michelle ~ daydreams505 said...

I just love the way you added the fibers to her boa. This is really SO cute! Thanks for playing along with us this week. :)
Michelle MMDT

Sue @ McMahon Five Designs said...

Hi Stephanie! Could this card be any cuter? I love everything about it. Your details are spot on!! Just adorable! Thank you for joining us this week and can't wait to see what you do next week!

(PS - I see you have ladybugs and friends on your sidebar. I love them too. I just added some of their stamps to my online store in the last week. I'm dying to ink up the Elisabeth Bell stamps!They are so sweet!)

Sue
MMDT

Jeni C Slack (^0^) said...

Great card Steph, this one is just full of attitude! I love how you added this embellishments for the boa :) And the inside is equally pretty with the frame! Thanks for taking the time to play this week, xox ~Jeni & MMSC DT

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Stephanie - how adorable it this - just makes me want to HUG her right off that page! Love the feather boa too - fabulous card Stephanie!! Thank you for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week, we look forward to seeing what you do next week!
Linda MMSC Guest Designer

Crissy Armstrong said...

Hi Stephanie! I just love what you did with Danni. The faux feathers you added was a stroke of genius! The shapes of your panels make it so interesting and different, and I love the muted tones of color. Its a pretty amazing card!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

This is gorgeous Stephanie!! I just love the faux feathers and the colors you chose!! What an awesome take on the sketch!! Thanks for playing with the MMSC this week.

6 wacky women said...

Gorgeous card, Stephanie
The colours are beautiful, love the feathers and your design.
Thanks for joining us for the High Hopes Challenge.

Karen x

Sirpaliina said...

So sweet card i love the colours and this lovely image.

dpkennedy said...

Ooh, it does look like feathers! Great sketch too! This is adorable! Thanks for playing the HHC!

Priscilla said...

Ooo La La..I love it!! Too darn cute if you ask me :) Great touch with the added feathers :) Thank you so much for playing this Midnight Madness sketch challenge this week..It has been an extra specail pleasure visting your blog this week :) thank you
Priscilla
MMSC Hostess

Denise @ kc242 said...

Wow! I agree with everyone else. I love the image that you chose. She is just so adorable. The details in this card are just sooooo lovely. Thanks so much for sharing with us this week at Midnight Madness!
Denise
Midnight Madness Design Team

Sue said...

Wonderful Card, inside and out, congrats on winning the MM remarkables recognition, well deserved.

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Oh wowzer!!! Stephanie, this is just adorable!! I love that boa work and you've done such a fab job with the sketch!! Congrats on your MMSC remarkables award!! HUGS

Alex said...

Adorable card!!!!

Grace said...

Oh this is adorable! It couldnt be cuter! Congratulations on being one of the MMS REmarkables this week! Your card is fabulous!!!

Amy Leggate said...

Love those Feathers!! Such a pretty card!!!

Bunny Zoe's Crafts said...

Wow, this is fabulous Stephanie! Your colouring is gorgeous and I love her boa, So pretty! Hugs, Nikki x

cabio's craft corner said...

Those feathers are fabulous addition for the image! Super cute.
Hugs,
Cabio

Kimberly Gajewski said...

This is just darling! I love the boa! You did a terrific job with this challenge! :D

Jeanette said...

Fantastic card! I just love the way you did her boa!
Thanks for joining in at the HH Challenge this week!
Hugs Jeanette :)

Lacey said...

Sorry I didn't get to comment earlier...I love your card! The layout and image are perfect for this challenge. I love your coloring and the fluff you added to her boa! Thanks for playing along with the High Hopes Challenge! I hope you are able to play again this week...the challenge is "Snowflakes"!!
~Lacey

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