Peter Rabbit, The Land of.....& Victorian Fashion 1860


Working with Beatrix Potter Characters
Today I am showing you my latest Beatrix Potter Collection , so you can create unique and all over so unnusual B. Potter Cards with these cute and vintage picts from this amazing author.

Enjoy these single samples from my collection




Are you looking  for some inspiration?


Customized  Peter Rabbit Notepad


Stunning Benjamin Bunny Card by Ginny 

Peter Rabbit Vintage Postcards - Click Image to Close

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The Land of A long Ago (Children Book)

I am now happy to offer you a really cute Digi Stamp Sheet called "The Land of a Long Ago DSL", withy cute and aweet kids and playng and enjoying ev ery day,,,,,so you can create sweet cards based oin this famous Children Story:


THE LAND OF LONG AGO - A VISIT TO FAIRYLAND WITH HUMPTY DUMPTY


Illustrations By E. Stuart Hardy. 1898 (dated from British Library). Contains 6 wonderful full page Victorian Chromolithographic pop-ups (Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Sleeping Beauty, Puss in Boots,) There Was an Old Woman who lived in a shoe and Beauty and the Beast). In addition there are sepia line illustrations on all of the 21 pages of text. This book was printed in Bavaria, which was the centre of chromolithographic printing at this time and the quality of the chromolithographs belies this.

I ask to Julia at my DT to work with this gorgeus new Digi Sheet and she did this cute and all over adorable Birthday Card,,,so Try your own cards,,and enjoy every illustration on this pack.







Birthday Card by Julia 
And here is my new Digi Sheet:



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Victorian Fashion 1860

Finally I felt inspired by a really Old Fashion Book , so I decided to extract the best picts to offer you a new and exciting Fashion collection called "Victorian Fashion 1860"......and I asked also to Julia to create something with this new one,,,,so here is her as usual stunning work:

But, first enjoy my Video,,,,,





Vintage Fasshion Card by Julia
I am falling in love with this work, my friend


Detailed View



Special thanks to Julia,,,,,,and take care my friend,,,,you are Rock.

Peter Rabbit Postcards & Kewpies Cliparts

Peter Rabbit & St. Valentine 

You know I am a Beatri Potter Fan,,,,ao I have received some vintage postcards and I decided to use them to create a new collage sheet,,,,. I asked to Ginny at my Dt to work with this new sheet and her is her stunning work:I hadn't decided on what images to use for my adult valentine this year until this afternoon when I received some new images from Nicecrane. Once I saw the new Peter Rabbit images , I thought that is it!! I love Betrix Potter, many happy memories of those stories as a child. I especially love her illustrations, they are just so charming. So here we have Benjamin bunny delivering mail on a snowy day, what could be more appropriate in a valentine coming from snowy Massachusetts!

Take a look to the original image used by Ginny
 

Absolutely a great Peter Rabbit Cards Collection by Ginny
 
 
 
I printed these intentionally with less ink saturation, I wanted them to look like I pulled them right out of a vintage book. I did add a little more color to Benjamin's coat for contrast.

I don't normally like cute but these are just so perfect for a valentine!
 
 
I actually have a few more cards tomorrow to get done : young adult single gals. I have some great images to show you tomorrow!

And here is my new Peter Rabbit Sheet:

Peter Rabbit Vintage Postcards - Click Image to Close

(Not available on the UK due Copyright restrictions)
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Soooo Amazing and unique Kepwies

I really adore The Kewpies these cute characters by Rose O`neill,,,,so I have designed a new sheet for you to create sweet and cute cards,,,,,,first,,,take a look to the this absolutely unique Kewpie Tag by Julia at my DT working with my "The Kewpies & St. Valentine" Sheet:


Isn`t so adorable?,,,,,, Kewpie (By Julia)

Coloring Detail (Really amazing one)

The Kewpies & St Valentín - Click Image to Close


But That is not all,,,,,, 
I also design a new Kewpie Cliparts for You.....

14 stunning Kewpie Cliparts

And of course I asked to Lisa to work with this cute sheet,,,and here is her incredible Heart Shaped Card:It is day one of three of a countdown to love with some adorable little Kewpie Dolls from Nicecrane Designs. When I first saw these images I just knew that I had to do something with them. It took me awhile to sift through ideas. I had thought about a baby card, and then a birthday card but finally settled on some tags to hide in spots where the hubs will be able to find them on Valentine's Day. Today I'm showing you the first of the three. What do you think? Think he'll like it?


Kewpie Shaped St. Valentine Card by Lisa

Digital Image Details:
Hee, Hee, isn't this Kewpie doll just so cute??!!! Look at that little hammer he has belted to his waist. As soon as I saw him, I knew exactly the kind of sentiment I wanted to create to accompany him. He is one of 14 Kewpie Doll images available in a new stunning set from Nicecrane Designs. The great thing with this collection is that it includes both the colour version AND the black and white versions. I've used the colour version in my projects this week.  

Digital Sentiment: 
Created in Publisher and placed within a heart shape in the program. I added a stitched outline to the shape as well.
Embellishments: The little metallic hearts were purchased at Dollarama.
The curling ribbon is from my stash.

Digital Papers: 
Once again I have relied on my wonderful new digital paper pack created by Kris B. from Imagine That Digis. That is now three projects so far this week using them! This is the sixth paper in the set I've been able to showcase. All of these awesome papers are from the digital paper pack called "Ticket to Bliss".



Thanks a million to Lisa and Julia,,,,,,,,woww,wowww

Lovely Bird Cards & Fascinating Vintage St Valentine.


I love birds and I gorgot to show you the amazing work by Bonnie so directy from her blog:
Last week I shared a calendar that I made for DD's birthday. I used the Calendar Birds from Nicecrane Designs. I also got a sheet of Christmas Birds. I made them into some note cards that are perfect for thank you notes or for any Winter occasion.





The images are already colored so it's really quick and easy to put together a set of cards.

Some previous works with this sheet:

 




But you can also create stunning Christmas Balls:


Vintage Christmas Ornaments by Kari Ann (So adorable ones)

Christmas Birds - Click Image to Close


...you can grab these for yourself by hopping over here.

Beautiful Birds Save Pack - Click Image to Close

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Looking for some Vintage Valentine Sheet?

Marion at my DT did a stunning and all over amazing Heart Shapaed Card with my St Valentine Collections,,,so I am showing her lovely work,,,and all over my latest St Valentine Collecions for you to create incredible cards.


Close-ups:


Nicecrane Designs has added some lovely Valentine images to its collection and each and everyone is so sweet. that it is hard to make a choice which ones to use.I decided to use an image from this sheet:




I did not use any design papers on this box, since the image itself was so lovely it hardly needed anything more than a few bit and bops.
The heartbox is a die from Whiff of Joy.
The arrows that I stamped on the cotton are also from Whiff of Joy.
Looking forward reading your comments.

But take a look to my new sheets:




Enjoy these new St. Valentine Releases

Vintage St Valentine Cards - Click Image to Close



Vintage St Valentine Cards II - Click Image to Close


Special Thanks to Marion and Bonnie....


Magical Names & Vintage Ladies Cards


Working with Magical Names

Vicky at my DT did a really amazing work with my Magical Names Sheet, so directly from her blog:!!! I haven't shown you a creation from Nicecrane Design in 2 weeks!!!! YIKES!!! You can tell if I didn't post anything last week it's because I've been really really sick... So I created something and just didn't have the energy to post :( So sorry about that.But I'm here tonight will I'm watching the olympics opening to share with you the little card that I made with the fabulous set Magical name


It's just so fabulous to use with a little sentiment of your choice!!!


So adorable and cute Magical Card vy Vicky

For this card I decided to use some papers from Spring jubilee by Pink Paislee. I think it's just perfect for the vintage look. I used some vintage buttons from my buttons and some twine. I used my wonky rectangle to cut the image and the paper under it. And I stamped a little happy b-day sentiment from my stash.

Here's a closer look at the fabulous digi that I colored with my copics.


Coloring Detail,,,,,,,what a gorgeus work,,,

SO GET MY MAGICAL NAME SHEET AND
ADD YOUR FAVORITE  NAME / SENTIMENT

Some previous works With this collection:






And here you can get my MAGICAL NAMES SHEETS:


Your Magical Name DSL Vol II - Click Image to Close


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For the love of Vintage

Astrid Maclean did a Play of Art,,,,OMG:Hello everyone, thanks so much for dropping in. This weekend I had some playtime so I decided to play with some of the wonderful designs from Nicecrane. I created a kind of accordion card, using the Tim Holtz Vintage Cabinet Card die.


I cut 3 large ones, two of them with the small cabinet card die inside to create frames, and then I used the cut outs for the end pieces as you can see from the pictures. I cut them all from chip board, then painted them with Fresco paints, first in Mud Splat, then with crackle glaze and then the top coat was Stone. When the crackle had done its magic I cut some trellises with a memory box die and glued them behind the two framed pieces. Finally I decorated them with papers from the Papermania Madame Payraud's collection. I totally love those papers. The vocal images are from the following two Nicecrane collections: Henry Hutt Women and Vintage Woman's Hats.

One of the end pieces, collaged with bits and pieces from the paper collection. I also stamped all the frames with a Stempelglede swirl stamp in Walnut Stain Distress Ink.

One of the Henry Hutt women, the roses are from the Graphics 45 Ladies' Diary collection. I inked them with some Aged Mahogany and Walnut Stain Distress Inks, to tone them down a bit. The butterfly is from the Madame Payrauds collection.

I thought this lady from the Nicecrane Vintage Woman's Hat collection, needed to take centre stage on this card. She looks so confident and happy. The other bits are mostly from the Madame Payrauds Collection again and another G45 rose.
Another Henry Hutt woman, to mirror the first one, again embellished with the G45 Lady's Diary flowers.

And the final end piece, to mirror the first panel.

And Here is the sheet used:

Henry Hutt`s Women - Click Image to Close


Vintage Women' s Hat CS - Click Image to Close


Special Thanks to Astrid and Vicky for these incredible works,,,,,wowwww,


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