Wednesday, April 28, 2010

love is in the air

Hello my friends! I am here to share a couple of cards that I made using Boutique Cute Dolls' digital kit "Love is in the Air." Unfortunately, their website is experiencing technical difficulty. I'll come back with the links later.

This is just a very simple card made using the pretty patterned paper and elements from the Love Is In the Air kit. I love the botanical background and polka dots, so I decided to use them together. I stamped the bird image on the pink polka dot paper before I printed it out. I also printed an extra bird image, cut it out and attached it using some rolled up glue dots to add some dimension. The sentiment came with the bird and hearts image.

For my second card I used the same patterned papers from the BCD kit, but used the cute little gril from My Cute Stamps' Tea Party set as my focal point. She makes me smile every time I color her! =)

The grass paper is from Papertrey Ink's Pretty Pastels paper pad and punched using this punch. The flowers are punched using this punch and tiny butterfly using this punch with leftover scraps from other projects. I added stems using a Copic marker. I felt like making a very girly card, so I added a pink ribbon bow to the sentiment.

That's all for today. Hope you have a happy hump day! =)


Thanks for stopping by!


supplies:
for "love is in the air" card:
cardstock: Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kit: Love is in the Air by Boutique Cute Dolls
dies: Spellbinders
die cutting machine: Cuttlebug
others: sewing machine, thread

for "happy day" card:
cardstock: Papertery Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
stamps: My Cute Stamps, Hero Arts (sentiment)
digital kit: Love is in the Air by Boutique Cute Dolls
ink: Memento
markers: Copic
punches: EK Success, Martha Stewart
ribbon: Offray
pearls: Recollections
dies: Spellbinders
die cutting machine: Cuttlebug

39 comments:

donna mikasa said...

Heee! You make the cutest digi and hybrid cards! Love that little birdie--he's toooo cute! And that girl makes me smile big, too! Happy Hump Day!!

Sanne said...

I adore these Alice - so cute - My fave is the little bird - CUUUUUTE

Laura O'Donnell said...

love both of these!

cashemere said...

Hi!!!
so cute!!!
Kisses from Brasil!

BabyBokChoy said...

both are darling cards!!! I read the supply list, so the card base is cut with nestabilities? is it connected on top or how do you do it???

~amy~ said...

soooo SWEET alice...that bird is tweet and omgoodness...I love all of Holly's art:)

Michelle said...

Amazing stuff as usual.. Love the cute colours!

Ellie A. said...

Oh How sweet are these cards. Love them both they just make you feel so happy :) Happy Wednesday to you!

Kelly Booth said...

SOOOOOOOOOOOO Cute!! Both of them...just LOVE your cards Alice!!

Deirdre said...

Super cute... love them.

Thanks for all the support and encouragement during the Royal Battle on the Greeting Farm. We really appreciated it.

Free digi on their site today as a thank you. http://splendidstamping.blogspot.com/
Hugs from us all.

Tasha said...

Wow Alice, these are incredible! Love the shapes of thse cards they are super cool and striking. The pale colours and cute designs are beautiful
love tasha xx

CinnamonSally said...

Cute cards Alice, just lovely.

Sheng said...

Oh...SWEET!!! I love both cards. They're so simple and cute.

Shirley N said...

Oh Alice! I lovelovelove your cards, both are sooo adorable! Love your style!!!

Dotty Jo said...

Hi Alice, these cards are so pretty - both just adorable! Jo x
BTW, I have a little candy giveaway at my blog until the weekend so why not drop by and take a look!

Maylee said...

So pretty Alice! I love the pop up label nesties!

Agata said...

This is so super cute! Love both of them!

ivy said...

love the owl! so cute! the 2nd card is adorable too! i wish i had a little girl....

Courtney Baker said...

Love these Alice!

~kelly marie~ said...

Love these cards! They are so sweet!

1LuvnMama said...

Awww Alice! 2 wonderful cards! Luv the girly card and your little scene! So cute! :)

Karen B. said...

Oh these cards are so sweet. The square card is so refreshing and the second card really showcases your coloring skills. Way to go!

Suzanne C said...

Gorgeous!!! Love the design and the colors are so sweet on your bird card. The little girl holding the buttterfly is just too cute!

Christiana said...

So cute! I love them both. They're absolutely darling.

jen said...

very sweet- that little girl is one of my fave images to use too!
congrats on the practicing creativity dt spot!! :)

Cherry's Jubilee said...

Soooo sweet! Love your blog. cherry

Vanessa said...

These are so sweet, Alice! I love the My Cute Stamps girl - and the card you sent me has a special place!
Just read Jen's comment - you really applied for another DT? Congratulations on the spot! You must live in another world - in mine the days only have 24 hours :)

Hugs,
Vanessa xx

NinaB said...

You don't cease to amaze me with your awesome talent, dear Alice. These are wonderful, as usual. I love that little ballerina - so cute.

Monika Reeck said...

Alice....cute cute the first card and the second one I love her she is so cuuutee....Super duper cute and fun card dear Alice...

Rach said...

oh way cute... love them both.. xxx

Pam S. said...

Alice - your cards are precious! I love them all! Wonderful style! TFS!
Pam Going Postal

Amy said...

These are both just so dang cute and I love that crazy li'l bird in the first card! Your talent works magic with any and all images Alice, you are one very creative lady!

Tiffany said...

This is adorable! Makes me happy and definitely brightens my day!

Tyggereye said...

You are a hybrid genius girlie! I love what you do with the digital kits. :)

Teri said...

Oh so sweet! Love these cards Alice!

Tiddly Inks Digitals said...

That is the cutest bird card ever!!!! I LOVE it!! :)

Tiddly Inks Digitals said...

That is the cutest bird card ever!!!! I LOVE it!! :)

Merry said...

Beautiful cards.

Lisa Hjulberg said...

you see, this is your quintessential Alice style that i ADORE!

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