Saturday, January 18, 2014

Sugar 'n Spice Dolls Vanilla

It's a Super Saturday sale at Little Miss Muffet Stamps where the Design Team gets to choose the sale items!  That's right - what ever the Design Team has chosen to create with that weekend will be on sale until the following Wednesday.  So if there's a stamp you want to see on sale and just can't wait... start dropping hints and we just might be inspired to use it.  :D

The image I used today is Sugar 'n Spice Dolls Vanilla from Little Miss Muffet Stamps in rubber and it was colored using the Marvy Le Plume alcohol markers.  I used some of my scraps to complete the card plus a few dragonfly chippies from Make it Crafty.  Lastly I added a border using a white gel pen.  I hope you like it and thanks for dropping by today.  :D

Thursday, January 16, 2014


At Make it Colourful this month the challenge is blue and yellow and I had stamped and colored this image and showcased it before.  But now I have it on a card front and the paper I chose was a little more on the turquoise color than the blue I had originally colored.  But never fear... that's the bonus of alcohol markers that we can change the colors!  So if you click HERE you can see the blue it was originally before I went over it with B10 and B32.  I didn't have to blend too much so I used the B32 in the dark blue areas then b10 over the rest.  Voila!  Now I have my image to mach my papers.

Make it Crafty:

To see the post on the Make it Colourful page, click HERE to view post.

Sugar 'n Spice Dolls Rosemary

There is a new challenge and new releases at Little Miss Muffet Stamps today!  If you like tangles, Polka Dot Pals or Sugar 'n Spice Dolls then you'll want to run over there and grab up the newest and latest images!  Today is also the start of a new challenge and the theme is "Fussy Cutting!"  Which means we want to see where you've used your scissors and spent some extra time on your project.  LOL

For my project I've used Sugar 'n Spice Dolls Rosemary from Little Miss Muffet Stamps available in rubber!  I also used some new wood elements I received from my Secret Santa this year - thanks Delphine!

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Iris May Hatter

Little Miss Muffet Stamps is sponsoring Hiding in My Craft Room challenge blog this week and the theme is all about using your scraps.  Most of my papers are 6x6" so I don't have very many scraps but occasionally I come up with a few gems, such as the ones on this card.  I've mixed Christmas with shabby chic papers and came up with this - I even used two small black scraps on the sides of the image!

The image I used is Iris May Hatter from Little Miss Muffet Stamps and available in rubber.  She was stamped in black and colored with the Marvy Le Plume alcohol markers.  Then I added a few dragonfly chippies (from Make it Crafty) and covered them with liquid pearls.  Added some ribbon and tadah!