Wednesday, April 14, 2010

girl & her lamb

Here is another card I made using Whiff of Joy Stamps' Easter, Spring & Mother's Day collection illustrated by Norma Fickel.

This image is called Girl and her lamb. Super adorable image, huh? I adore this one. Then again, I love all of Norma Fickel's images! =)

The patterned papers that I used is from Memory Box's Sprout collection. The sentiment is from this versatile set by Hero Arts.

That's all for today. Hope you have a very Happy Hump Day! =)


Thanks for stopping by!


ingredients used:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink
stamps: Whiff of Joy Stamps, Hero Arts (sentiment)
patterned paper: Memory Box
ink: Memento
markers: Copic
leaf punch: Martha Stewart
brads: Making Memories
flowers: Prima
dies: Spellbinders
die cutting machine: Cuttlebug

28 comments:

donna mikasa said...

love your card and the yummy springtime colors! the new gnome images are just too cute! love this!!

carole~ish said...

so sweet ~ and this is an awesome layout!! your placement of elements on this card is so simple and pleasing. you should be publishing your sketches, alice!! you probably do it without thinking, but you really do have a great sense of where things should go, for maximum "lovely". :)

Tyggereye said...

That is a super adorable image! What a great card. I love those flowers on it.

Karen B. said...

So your day of coloring really pays off for you, she's adorable and the card is embellished perfectly!

Ellie A. said...

Ohh when I saw this sweet card I just wanted to sing "Mary had a little lamb" :) So sweet!

BabyBokChoy said...

Yep, utterly and completely adorable, that lamb, must be a plush toy lamb, LOL. Oh so so so sweet!!

Kelly Booth said...

GORGEOUS!!! You just amaze Me Sweet Friend.....Excited to see you Saturday!!!

lauren said...

oh, wow, HOW CUUUUUTE is that image?! ok, well, it was pretty darned adorable anyway, but having undergone the "ALICE TREATMENT" of awesome coloring, fabulous combination with patterned papers and perfect accentation of embellishment...it is now downright DANGEROUSLY cute i tell ya!!! (so well done, there, miss!) ♥

Dotty Jo said...

Alice, this is just precious!!! Can't think of the words to describe this little beauty so I'll just go 'wow' a few times and leave it at that!!! Wow, wow, WOW! Jo x

Niki Estes said...

Ah, she's so sweet, Alice! I love the spring colors and flowers!

Sanne said...

What a fab mix of colors here Alice - love the cute image too - and it is such a joy to see how your coloring bring life to this card - great job sweetie!!!

Kim Dellow said...

So lovely! Kim

Virginia L. said...

PERFECTION! I can't help admiring it... xo

Shirley N said...

Soooo pretty, love all your spring colors! Beautiful coloring on this sweet image. Love love love this card!

Kathy Martin said...

This is ADORABLE! Love the coloring work! :)

Jane said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

Maylee said...

Fabulous card Alice! Love all the colors!

NinaB said...

Oh my word, you blend these Copics so well. I seriously need to watch you do your coloring. What a fantastic card!

Lin said...

Adorable to the max, but more than that I love the sunny colors you chose, and the daffodils are the perfect touch! Such a happy card!

Jill said...

Amazing colors and coloring job! And I adore the way you've embellished your colored image!! This card is happy, happy, happy!!!

1LuvnMama said...

Oh how I luv this card Alice! Luv the spring colors and that image is adorable! :)

Lisa Hjulberg said...

These Whiff of Joy images are soooo adorable, and you make them even more so, Alice! I love your soft color choices. Perfection!

Courtney Baker said...

SOOO pretty! Your coloring is fab!

Tiffany said...

Wow Alice! My goodness, these colors ROCK, LOVE IT!

whoistracy said...

This is so sweet! I love the colors and the layout.

Tasha said...

Ww this is gorgeous, the colours are so fabulosu and i love the layout
love tasha xx

Jessica said...

Adorable!!! Love the colors :)

Suzanne C said...

Love these images and you always have the most adorable designs!

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