Thursday, December 16, 2010

Merry Mouse

Here's another cute critter for Christmas illistrated by Marina Neira. I made this card using Merry Mouse from The Stamping Bazaar and went with a simple layout. As always, you can click on the images to make them larger and don't forget to head on over to the Stamping Bazaar to pick up your free Gingerbread Plushie!

Main Stamp: Merry Mouse (TSB)
Patterned Paper: The Christmas Combo (DCWV)
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Large Scalloped Oval and Magnolia Doohickey Leaf & Swirl
Copic Colors:
-mouse: E04, R20, W1, W3, W5
-other: C1, C3, R22, R24, R29, R59, G21, G24, G28, B01, B000

Did you know? A Digraph or Digram is a pair of characters used together to represent a phoneme (single sound), such as "sh" in English. When digraphs do not represent a distinct phoneme, they may be relics from an earlier period of the language when they did have a different pronunciation, or represent a distinction which is made only in certain dialects, like wh in English. They may also be used for purely etymological reasons, like rh in English.


  1. aaaah what a lovely image and card

    heee i missed you at 12daysof SB

  2. You must be the fastest colourist on Earth - how do you also manage to do such a perfect job - beats me!!!
    I got your cards today - utterly STUNNING!!! Loves them - and the ribbon is yum! Thank you!
    As to Zoe's question - I can't help as I don't have that image...darn.


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