I adore Pink Petticoat digi stamps. They work so well with clean and simple cards. I never feel like there’s something missing from a card when I’ve used a Pink petticoat digi. And what’s more, they are totally cute in their own doodly way.
See what I mean? Adorable!
I’ve used the Pink Petticoat “Baby Buggy – Girl” digi stamp. I’ve coloured it with Water colour pens and Derwent Coloursoft Pencils, with touches of Sakura Stardust pens here and there.
The paper on this card is MME and I’ve used some cotton candy Twine by the Twinery and a pink Basic Grey button to finsh the card. Oh yes, I also rounded the two right hand corners with the X-Cut corner punch.
It’s challenge time again over at Charisma Cardz and the theme this week is Lace and Pearls.
The sponsors this week are Some Odd Girl and The Stamping Boutique, click over to the Challenge Blog for more detail on prizes.
In the meantime, here’s my card.
I’ve used a digi and sentiment which are both from Pink Petticoat. The papers are by Authentique from the Uncommon paper pack. I’ve also used some East of India paper string, Basic Grey button, Hero Arts crochet lace, Liquid pearls and some pearls from stash.
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I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get a glimpse of a paper pack on a manufacturer’s website and I know that I have to have it. That’s what happened when I first saw Little Black Dress from Basic Grey. I’ve been stalking it for about a month and I now have my little paper loving hands on it!
Needless to it totally hasn’t disappointed me. Now. I’ll be honest. Sometimes I get a paper pack and some of the papers are just so not my thing! I won’t go as far as to say they’re ugly but I just know that I’m never gonna use them. Not Little Black Dress though! I can see myself using up every last little scrap.
I made a card today with said paper pack and another of my favourites at the moment, the mini Diva digi set from Pink Petticoat – they’re almost made for each other!
Here it is.
I used three papers from the LBD stack, two plains and the leopard print and some paper lace from the Paper Cellar (49p – bargain!). The sentiment is also by Pink Petticoat,
I coloured the handbag with prismacolor pencils. No fancy shading because, let’s be honest, the print is so eye catching, no one’s going to notice. I used some gold gems for the strap and glossy accents on the flower. Oh, and I also inked up all of the edges with cocoa brown Memento Ink (because there was a tiny white gap – ssssssh!!).
The first of many cards featuring this gorgeous paper pack methinks!