Good morning everyone! If you haven't come to me from Vicki's blog Stamped Smiles, then be sure to go to the start of the hop at Squigglefly so that you can visit all of the blogs in the hop. The more comments you leave the better your chances to win the grand prize - The whole set of new images Crissy Armstrong has designed for this release! If you're reaching me through the hop, then I hope you've been having a blast hopping your way through the wonderful cards the design team has created!
I have a long post for you today, but I hope you'll think it's worth it! All of the images you see will be available at Squigglefly tomorrow!
First off I wanted to share the two cards I showed on my previous sneak peeks because some of you who are new to my blog through the hop may have missed them! Click on any picture in this post to see a larger version.
First up I have a card featuring Bubb! He's colored with copic markers and has stickles rubbed on his body. The sentiment is computer generated and under a clear dome sticker.
Next we have Buttons and Bobbles, a couple of love bunnies!
They are also colored with copic markers.
Now I have two new cards to show you! The first one is Oswalda. Isn't she just the fanciest lady you ever did see? :)
She's colored with copic markers and highlighted with a white gel pen. I created the sentiment on my computer and punched it out with a circle nesabilities and sponged around the edges. It's popped up on the card with pop dots. The paper is from My Mind's Eye.
I tied a charm to the knot in the ribbon, and added some liquid pearls for her necklace. She is such a treat to color!
Okay, my last card has a little story that goes with it. Once upon a time there were three cats. They had heard stories from other cats about the great fun they had chasing mice. These particular three cats had never seen a mouse and they wanted to so badly!
One day while amusing themselves with a ball of yarn one of them saw something streak by and alerted the others! They all quickly forgot the ball of yarn and at the same time spotted a little grey mouse! After a second's hesitation they all gave chase!
That little mouse gave them a good run zigging and zagging it's way through the house. The three cats were fast on his tail. Suddenly he decided he had had enough and he stopped and turned to face the cats.
The cats, seeing the mouse stopped and looking at them came to a sliding stop, suddenly the cats were afraid of the mouse! And that is when I took this picture
I colored it with copic markers and chalked the floor and wall. I created the floor board lines by rubbing a sponge of chalk over an edge of cardstock laid on my image panel. The little mouse is cropped from the EEK! image at Squigglefly.
Now while I was taking my photo, my cat came and joined me, and I thought it so appropriate I'll show you the whole picture
Okay, enough of me! Head off to the last stop of the hop - the artist who created all of these wonderful images, Crissy Armstrong!