Super Bad, Pippin & Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

Happy Monday! I have a few hybrid cards to share with you today.

I used paper and elements from Lauren Reid's cool Super Bad kit for this card. The patterned paper in the kit are really fun. I knew that I had to use the fun TV set image when I first saw it!

I printed it out big and colored it with Copics. This is a perfect kit for boy projects. The sentiment is from the Cutting Liners kit also created by Lauren Reid and is colored with Copics. Many sentiments from this kit came pre-colored and are ready to go on your projects!

I used the lovely Pippin kit for my second card. The color combination in this kit is very cute. All paper and elements are from the kit except for the sentiment. I made it using my Around The Block label maker. This kit is also created by Lauren Reid.

The window idea was inspired by this card from Kristina Werner's Holiday Card Series 2010. I used one of the frames that came with the kit (or find it in the elements kit) as my card base. The vellum in the window is embossed with a Cuttlebug folder.

For my last card, I used Dianne Rigdon's beautiful kit - Now I lay me down to sleep. I adore all the pretty patterned paper in this kit.

I stampe the heart frame and the wings (find them in the Elements kit) over a piece of paper that can also be found in the Girl Papers kit, cut out then inked them with spun sugar and fired brick. The yellow-ish piece (also in the Vintage Papers kit) is inked with scattered straw and tea dye and the blue background (also in the Boy Papers kit) is inked with tumbled glass and broken china. Or you can find all the patterned paper from this kit in the Papers Only kit. The sentiment is from the Fancy Phrases set by Waltzingmouse Stamps.

That's all I have for today. Hope your week is off to a wonderful start! =)

Thanks for stopping by!

for the "I {heart} you" card:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kits: Super Bad & Cutting Liners by Lauren Reid at Two Peas In A Bucket
markers: Copic
card size: 3 1/2" X 5"

For the "celebrate" card:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kit: Pippin by Lauren Reid at Two Peas In A Bucket
vellum: The Paper Company
label maker: Around The Block
tiny attacher: Tim Holtz
embroidery floss: DMC
die: Tim Holtz Alterations by Sizzix
embossing folder, die-cutting machine: Cuttlebug
card size: 4" x 4 1/4"

for the "with love' card:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kit: Now I lay me down to sleep by Dianne Rigdon
sentiment stamp: Waltzingmouse Stamps
inks: Tim Holtz Distress Ink
pearl: Recollections
edge distresser: Close To My Heart
card size: 5" x 3 1/2"


itsallrosi said…
fantastic job with the digis, Alice!
Karen B. said…
Effortless transition from traditional stamping to digital, wonderful cards!
Brenda said…
Love these Alice! Especially the TV one and the Love card, totally beautifully done!
~amy~ said…
such fun've been busy!
Nat said…
Hi Alice, wonderful cards you have been creating, you have such an amazing style, love these designs!! Have a great day :)
Kryssi said…
these are great, alice.. you have mastered so many different styles and techniques!
BabyBokChoy said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE super bad, wow, if that's bad, I don't wanna be good. These are so so so delightful!!
Ayana Posadas said…
Wow, these cards are so FUN!
I love the TV one! :)
Sanne said…
Great cards Alice - and so very different!
Holly Young said…
Wonderful cards Alice! You really go to town with these kits!
All three are fabulous! Awesome colours and textures all beautifully done!
Stamping Cafe said…
Aw... fabulous gorgeous cards, Alice!! Have I told you lately that you are the queen of digis, girlie!! I just love your cards, hugs!!
Kathy Martin said…
Lots of eye candy here! :)
Chelsea said…
Alice your cards are so unique! I love how you create outside the box, love your work.
Janetcraft said…
you have wonderful different creative designs..and ALL of them are the best..
Silli said…
Very, very pretty...I love your work muchly...
NinaB said…
Such happy cards and so pretty.
Anita Rex said…
My favorite is the middle card, I love those colors and the design! The scallop under the cupcakes it genius!
Emily Leiphart said…
These are so fun! I really love the TVs and that embossed vellum.

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