Saturday, December 15, 2012

Little Darling Sweetheart

Today I made a card for my adopted granddaughter’s fifth birthday. For my image I used What a Sweetheart from Little Darlings stamps Cutie Pies collection. She is the perfect stamp for a five year old.

List of materials:

Here is a close up of this little cutie

  • Skin – E02, E00, E000, R12
  • Dress – V17, V15, V11
  • Hat – YR24, YR21, YR20
  • Hair and shoes – E25, E35, E53, E51

Stamping Scrapping is now carrying this sparkle mesh and metallic ribbon and I just love it! Look at the sparkle ….. you can put it over the paper and makes such a lovely looking paper.

And the ribbon is great too …. so shiny but yet not stiff, it makes wonderful bows.

I am entering this card in the following challenges:

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Brigitte said...

Just beautiful Stephanie!!!! Your adopted granddaughter will love it!!!! I can't believe you would have a granddaughter, lol!!! Hugs, Brigitte

Caroline said...

She certainly is a little darling your card is gorgeous. Caroline xxx

Caroline said...

I forgot to say your adopted granddaughter will love it it's gorgeous. Caroline xxx

crafty-stamper said...

gorgeous card love the cute image and colour and all the sparkle and gorgeous bow your grandaughter will love it thanks for joining us at Artistic Inspirations
Carol DT x

Scrappin' Playground of Dreams said...

This is such a SWEET image, and perfect for your adopted granddaughter's fifth birthday!!! Love how you have colored her up!!
your entire card is beautiful!! Love that sparkle mesh!!!

rachel said...

what a cute image and I adore that bow - fab colours too - great take on our sketch - thanks for joining us at SALS this time and good luck xx

Sandy Trefger said...

A sweet, adorable card! I love the purples and the sweet little image!
Thanks for joining us at Seems a Little Sketchy!
visit my blog @ sandy's crafty creations said...

This is a perfect card for your granddaughter!! Thanks for the link for the sparkly mesh-very interesting! So glad you played with us on Seems a Little Sketchy~
Carolyn, DT

Heather said...

Such a gorgeous card, fabulous colours and gorgeous details. Your image is delightful and beautifully coloured. I love that sparkling mesh!!!

Heather xx
Thanks so much for joining Everybody Art Challenge.

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