Peter Rabbit Cards, A. Mucha Bookmarks & Easter Bunnies

Do you love Peter Rabbit Characters?

Tracy asked me soem Peter Rabbit images to create an adorable card,,,so hre is it,,,,woww,Good Morning bloggers, it's Saturday morning so It's time for a new challenge today at Allsorts.This week is our lovely Jo's turn to host and she would like to see 'Use Those Dies' Well my Grand Calibur certainly worked hard, I used some Beatrix Potter images from Nicecrane Designs. My best friend Brenda sent me the die cut shaped card, thank you hun, I cut flowers, leaves and flourishes to embellish. And finished off with some lovely Flonz butterfly stamps. Here's a view of the front, when it's all fold in and tied with an organza bow.

Adorable and so cute and unique P. Rabbit Card by Tacy


 A closer look at the images, I adore these, I just can't help loving Beatrix Potter, I have a special edition full box set of her books, I have ornaments and things like Tea tins.  Beatrix Potter is just timeless and will be around forever.

 Another view:-

Don't forget to head over to Allsorts for all the details of this challenge, and to check out all the fabulous inspiration from my very talented team mates.

More P. Rabbit Creations to inspire you.


So, you can`t miss this
 Peter Rabbit Save Pack:



Peter Rabbit Pack - Click Image to Close


Wishing you a Beautiful Day!!

Working with A. Mucha Bookmarks:
Ginny, asked me to work with my A. Mucha Bookmarks,,,,and I really love "Belle Epoque",,,,,so here is her stunning work directly from her blog,,, thanks Ginny:A few months ago, Steve and I were in a stamp store and I found this little stamp: 

Sometimes you need a simple sentiment to convey a big thought and this one does it for me!!

Incredible A. Mucha Card by Ginny Maxam

Enjoy these another Bookmarks:

Four Seasons Bookmaks by A. Mucha - Click Image to Close

French Bookmark

Alphonse Mucha Bookmarks - Click Image to Close


Vintage Funny Ester Bunnies

My friend Mary did this cute and unique Easter Card: Hi and welcome on a late Friday afternoon. More Easter Bunnies hopping round on this blog. I recently ordered some pretty digi images from Nice Crane, this Vintage Easter Bunny set being one of them. The image was printed on some nice, smooth Xpress paper and away I go!

-Nice Crane image diecut with an MFT pierced square, that just did fit the image within the die. DI Vintage Photo & Pumice Stone used to distress around the edges. A S/B circle was placed - blade side down, using the thick rubber mat to emboss/deboss the center circle around the main image motif. Not so easily seen in the photo, but IRL it does look quite nice.

- S/B Asian Motifs to die cut the mat beneath the image. Split this into qtrs. to make it fit the card base. Corners are from another S/B set.

- Card background was some of the spray paper waste where the colors were pretty. Embossed with a Darice woodgrain EF.

Added some green rhinestones to emphasize the greenery in the image, used 2 different sizes. There's a sentiment on the image, so didn't add another one. This was a very easy card and went together very fast!

Previous works with this sheet by Lisa Minckler:
 Here's all the little Easter bunnies together

Coloring Angels, Easter Bunnies & Baby Cards

...Colouring some fabulous images.

Tony Johnson continue COLORING MY DIGI STAMPS with her unique and amazing style, so directly from her blog:There were so many super items in the recent batches that Ignacio has sent out to the DT that I was having difficulty deciding where to start. So I printed out a selection...

...and I can assure you, this is only a tiny selection of what I printed. Even with them printed, I was still struggling to decide where to start and as you can see - I made a start on several (the image in the centre has made it onto a card as you will see in the previous post). Line drawings of Peter Rabbit...

...which are part of...

...the lovely digi-stamp sheets that you can find here.

Or fabulous fairy folk...


..that Ignacio wonderfully sent to me when I asked about B/W versions of the super images that are part of the pre-coloured set...

..."About Fairies & Angels", which you can find here.
Enough was enough, I really needed to knuckle down and finish some images instead of keep flitting from one thing to another - a bit like a kid let loose in a candy store (oh so difficult when you see all the wonderful images that are available over at Nicecrane Designs).

So decision made, I decided to get this pair of cuties finished...

...and I 'played' with the background and the scenery - I hadn't even noticed those mushrooms until I started colouring and I certainly had a good play creating the sky. There were a few "oops" moments when the colour was not quite right or seemed too bold - but that is where the blender pen comes into its own. You can 'take back' the colour to lighten it and also blur the edges so that things blend into each other.
As I've said before, it really is a matter of playing with alcohol pens and you will soon find that there is rarely something that can't be put right.
Here is the finished image...

...I love the subject and just in case you can't quite see...

...yes, I did add a bit of sparkle to their wings. Now I just have to make up my mind what I am going to create with the completed image.

In the meantime, I just had to have a go at colouring this wonderful mushroom...

...I love it and I'm really pleased with the way it has turned out...

..this is a 'work in progress' and I now have to make up my mind what colour outfits I'm going to give this fun pair. Ignacio has now released the digi-stamp version of these images over on the Nicecrane site. You can find them here...

you look closely, you can see my name down in the bottom right-hand corner of the pre-view sheet. One of my partially coloured images has been used as a sample. **happy dance**

The rest of the DT are having a fabulous time with all the new Spring and Easter designs over on the Nicecrane blog. As for me? I'm away with the fairies.

Bessie Gutmann Baby Cards

I was surfing on the blogland and I  watched  the incredible work by Pia working with my images, , so directly from her blog here is her stunning creatons: Add butterflies" is this week's twistover at the Outlawz Twisted Thursday. For March we've got Nicecrane Designsand Paper Temptress as our wonderful sponsors, and for a chance to win you need to enter a project and using the optional twist will earn you an extra entry in the draw.

This little sweetheart is an image from the Bessie Gutman Pack, you can find it over at Nicecrane Designs here. I used a cardboard frame that I decorated with stamped butterflies, I mounted it all onto a die cut oval frame made with a Spellbinders die . I used a pink DP with script and a DP with little crowns on and stitched around the edges. The sentiment is heat embossed with white EP onto vellum. I also used white lace, pink organza ribbon and a little star charm from Storyteller

Previous Baby Card by Pia

Isn`t it soooo adorable,,,,Thanks a million Ginny

Bessie Gutman Pack - Click Image to Close

For March we've got Nicecrane Designs and Paper Temptress as our wonderful sponsors, and for a chance to win you need to enter a project. It's Anything Goes every week, but if you use the optional twist you'll earn a second entry in the draw.

To me spring equals Easter, so I used this sweet little rabbit from Nicecrane - you can find it here - and an Easter sentiment from LOTV. I distressed the edges of the image with Walnut DI. I layered it onto a piece of yellow DP, used cream ad green paper and mounted it all onto a card base of kraft.
The flowers are from Storyteller and Nille, I've used cheesecloth, burlap and string from my stash.

Nature Notes of an Edwuardian Lady CS - Click Image to Close


New Christian Group in Facebook

Ginny is starting a new Christian Group in Facebook HERE.... so unique, so amazing to share Christian cards , ideas, resources and so,,,,,and I have designed a FREEBIE,,,,,for you to cteate stunning is it.:

Thanks a million to Ginny and Toni for these stunning work.....

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