Sunday, August 26, 2007

Little Things

I've slowly been working my way back into my stamping groove. This is a card that I made for this last weeks Sketch Challenge. I used my new PTI set, Beautiful Blooms, as well as the older set, Little Lady. I stamped the cream with my barely moist cream Craft pad, and stamped off the Caramel for the leaves. The ribbon is more from my May Arts share (from Jody).

I was able to make a few more cards, mostly for the new MFT release, though! It is called Shower Time, and is adorable! I will post a sneak peek tomorrow, so stay tuned. The release date is Sept. 1st, so only a few days away! Also released on that day is Kim's great idea of My Favorite 48! She hand-picked 48 of the best Prismacolor Pencils' colors, and she's selling them in an adorable paint bucket, with several "necessaries", and the new stamp set for only $75! Make sure that you check out this post on Kim's blog for all of the deets! I will have mine all prettied up, and ready to post later this week!

See you all tomorrow! Have a great evening!


Fine Print...
CS - SU! (Caramel, BB, VV, Red, C. Chip); Ink - same (cream is Craft); Stamps - PTI (Little Lady, Beautiful Blooms); May Arts ribbon; Slot Punch


  1. Great job on the sketch challenge - I just love that ladybug, how adorable! TFS - *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

  2. This is wonderful! I love this sketch. What a fun and pretty card!

  3. That card is so cute! You are rockin' the new May Arts ribbon! :)

  4. Love the paper and colors on this card. So adorable!

  5. I'm glad you're gettin' your groove back on -- I don't know what I'd do if I didn't have your fabulous creations to inspire me! :) This card is terrific! Love the combination of sets, and that ribbon is awesome! Have a great day!

  6. This card is absolutely adorable Kirsten! I just love it!

  7. This is really lovely!! Great card!

  8. Love that Ladybug! Great Card.


  9. Oh WOW!! What a beautiful card. I have both sets coming. Hopefully soon if Canada Customs would just let them through!! LOL.


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