Welcome to day one of Teaser Time at My Favorite Things! I so excited to share some fun projects made with two of the new Pure Innocence sets! You all know how much I love those little sweetie pies! :)
I stamped the image on X-Press It Blending Card with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and colored her in with Copic markers. The shirt was paper pieced from a bit of pretty patterned paper.
I stamped the images on X-Press It Blending Card with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and colored them in with Copic markers. I dressed up their tank tops with Black Licorice ink, the Mod Borders stamp set, and a black Copic Multiliner Pen. Their meditation mats are made from Natural card stock which was "dirtied" by swiping Kraft and Hot Fudge inks across it. I then used my scissors to give each mat some frindge. This card was SO much FUN to make!
The treat box was die-cut with the Scalloped Treat Box Die-namics with Blu Raspberry card stock. I stamped the polka dots from Darling Dots with Black Licorice ink. The Black Licorice card stock strips were die-cut with the Blueprints 2 Die-namics. I stamped the sentiment with Black Licorice ink, and added a couple of black rhinestones. The bag of candy (a mix of black jellybeans and blue Mike N Ikes) was tied up with Black Grosgrain Ribbon.
The polka dot background on the card was made with the Darling Dots stamp set and Black Licorice ink pad. The Die-namics used are Ovals 1 STAX, Blueprints 2, and Mini Album Bracket. The final touches are a strip of Black Licorice Grosgrain, a Black Licorice Button, and a couple of Blu Raspberry buttons.
Inside my card I stamped the little girl and sentiment in Blu Raspberry ink, and used a couple of die-cut pieces of Blu Raspberry and Black Licorice card stock.
My last card also uses the Little Gardener Pure Innocence set. This time I went with the bright, cheerful colors in the Bubblegum Hills patterned paper collection from Kaisercraft. I added the papers in strips popped up with Dimensionals for a bit of added interest.
Once again, I stamped the image on X-Press It Blending Card with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and colored her in with Copic markers. I fussy cut the image and popped her up with Dimensionals. Her boots were shined up with Glossy Accents too; but I forgot to snap a close-up of them.