Garden Party & Tea Party, Pretty as a Picture

Hi all! I have a couple of hybrid cards made using new digital kits released at Two Peas to share with you.

I made this card using the pretty patterned papers from Betsy Tuma's Garden Party Patterns kit. These happy and cheery colors are perfect for any summer projects.

I used the adorable doll and cake from My Cute Stamps' super cute Tea Party set as my focal point. The sentiment is from PTI's Butterfly Dreams.

The tiny butterflies were punched with some scraps using Martha Stewart Crafts' 3-in-1 Butterfly Craft Punch and the grass was punched with this punch.

My second card is made using the beautiful patterned papers from Stacy Marks' Pretty as a Picture Paper Kit. I adore this newspaper ad paper and decided to keep this card simple to showcase the papers in this kit. I distressed the edges then inked the paper with tea dye and vintage photo to make it look like an old ad page. The sentiment is from this Hero Arts stamp set.

Hope you will have a chance to check out all the new digital releases at Two Peas here!

That's all I have for now. Hope you have a fantastic weekend! =)

Thanks for stopping by!

for "Happy Birthday" card:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kit: Garden Party Patterns by Betsy Tuma at Two Peas In A Bucket
stamp: My Cute Stamps (Tea Party), Papertrey Ink (sentiment)
inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
markers: Copic
punches: Martha Stewart Crafts
dies: Spellbinders
die cutting machine: Cuttlebug

for "hello" card:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kit: Pretty as a Picture by Stacy Marks at Two Peas In A Bucket
stamp: Hero Arts (sentiment)
ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink
paper flowers: Making Memories
twine, button: Papertrey Ink
edge distresser: Close To My Heart
die: Spellbinder (tag)
die cutting machine: Cuttlebug


Sanne said…
Adorable birthday card Alice!
Shirley N said…
Love this card Alice, sooo sweet. I'll have to check out this DP kits and that cute stamp set. Oh, you're sooo bad! lol
Tomo H. said…
Hi, Alice!! (waving here!!!!!) =)
I mimicked your phrase a bit that you left me on my blog. ;)
Thanks so much for your very kind 3 comments since June 20th for taking your time! So happy to read them! THANKS A LOT, Alice!

And, glad to know your so many great activities and achievements!
Your 1st card on today's is so SWEET, and the 2nd one is COOL! Your creations are always so pretty with your great idea!

I'm going to send you an e-mail, after I come back. (I'm now at F-airport to go to a country near by.)
Hugs, Tomo
Joy said…
So Love your sweet girl card, simply adorable, she makes me smile. :)
Deirdre said…
Alice, as always - simply stunning.
Kelly Booth said…
The Cutest birthday card...Love this!! The other card is Wonderful too and Love those Papers....Hugs!
dstandard said…
What an adorable card that first is and the second is just wonderful!
Karen B. said…
Both your cards are amazing, but I love the versatility you've shown in your second. So vintage, so soft and so pretty.
Tyggereye said…
So cute Alice!! Glad you got the stamp. Can't wait to see what you make with it. Your cards are so awesome.
Stef H said…
she's super darling! and the newspaper card is just stunning!
Barbara said…
Alice, these cards are both so pretty! The coloring on your first card is absolutely incredible! I miss being able to comment everyday to tell you how much I love your cards but I am checking when I can. I just love your work!
:-) Barbara
Courtney K said…
oh that birthday card is too cute. i love what you did with that little girl. she would be perfect for a card for my sister. i'm totally going to have to remember to buy her!!
Anonymous said…
love her Alice! wonderful coloring! love the color of her dress? what copics did you use? Pinks make me nuts trying to figure out! lol
love your vintage ad card too! the papers, flower, string,!
Pam Going Postal
Holly Young said…
Alice, your first card is just adorable! I love the mix of papers you used!
Kim Piggott said…
Two totally gorgeous cards Alice!
kim x
Virginia L. said…
After reading all the comments, need I say more!? You rock, girl!!!Amazing creations! I can stare at them all day :)
Monika Reeck said…
2 different card and 2 beautiful card..the number 2 is so vintage love it Alice the number one is too cuuuuute
Tracey said…
These are gorgeous Alice :) I especially love the first one - that image is soo cute & you've coloured it in perfectly.

BabyBokChoy said…
oh LAWWWWWD a'mighty, isn't she just ADORABLE??!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous said…
Ooooooh... that little doll is so sweet! Great color and combinations of patterned papers!!!
Maria Matter said…
these are fabulous Alice!!!
love the die cut card and that little sweetie! Great vintage card too!!!
Kryssi said…
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet SWEET! just like the designer! ;)
alexandra s.m. said…
Fabulous Alice the little girl is so precious!
donna mikasa said…
Love, love, love your hybrids! The way you mix and match papers is just awesome! The first card is so cheery--makes me smile! And the second card--GENIUS! Only you can pull off something so fab!
Happy coloring day tomorrow!!! HUGS!
itsallrosi said…
that is the cutest little girl. I think I need to go power shop at MCS now!
lauren bergold said…
such ♥LOVELY♥ and completely different cards! i especially like how the little girl one is made from nestie shapes on the base...why do *I* never think of things like that?! (b/c i am NOT miss alice, that's why!!!) :)
Tiffany Ervin said…
She is so super sweet in that dress color, actually I love all the colors you've used on this, really cheerful!
Suzanne C said…
Love the newspaper print and the little girl looks like she is dancing with the birthday cake and so pretty!
ivy said…
your shading on her dress is fab! she's so cute!
Tasha said…
Wow this is totally cute! Love the colours and cute image - such a sweet card
love tasha xx
Lisa Hjulberg said…
quintessential alice!!! I love your style my friend!

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