Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Oh baby Bella and check out the new Elzybells!

Now all I need is for someone to be expecting a baby girl and then I can use this card! I bought this adorable Stamping Bella image so long ago but had yet to use it until today. Oh, BTW, pay no attention to the wonky stitching. It is in no way creative or a happy accident. It really is bad! I haven't figured out how to turn corners when I use the zig zag stitch resulting in bald corners and not so straight lines. Don't worry, I covered the worst of it behind the sentiment :) !!


The entire image is paper pieced and the face and star popped up. It is colored with Prisma pencils and oms and I added Shimmerz to the star for a little sparkle. What? You don't see it? What a surprise! The cardstock is a piece of scalloped paper I bought from my LSS, Scrappers Playground, and the patterned paper is from K and Co. Berry Sweet. The ribbon is from PTI and it is a perfect match to the paper, what luck?! The sentiment from a Heidi Grace clear set is cut out with a Nestie and sponged with the die still in place. And lastly I used a Ranger Inkssentials opaque white pen on the tiny flowers on the bundle.

Cute cute cute! Now, who's having a girl? Anyone?

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Elzybells released their new images today and they are super cute! Wouldn't you like a triple layer cupcake with a cherry on top? Who wouldn't?!!! I love how you can build your images on so many new sets and the new Just Desserts is Just Wonderful!! Get on over to the site and check them out!

20 comments:

Cheryl Joshua said...

Oh so cute,the image is adorable!!! I love it!!

Cindy Haffner said...

OPh my thanks for making me smile, just darling.

Velta said...

Danielle ~ Your killing me...I see nothing wrong with your stitching...this image is too cute and you did a fantastic job with the design!!!

Tammy Hershberger said...

Wow, are we on the same wavelength or what? I just used this stamp over the weekend! http://www.papercraftplanet.com/photo/a-star-is-born-1?context=user

Too, too cute! I think your stitching looks great, and that plaid paper is adorable!

Ila said...

This is Super Cute!! the stitching looks great!!..and I'm sure I can see the shimmerz on the star....Hugs, Ila

Rose Ann said...

So very cute, Danielle!! I love your popped elements, sewing, and scalloping!!

Julia Aston said...

That is an adorable baby hanging there! love her layered face and the fun scalloped edge to the card!

It's about time for YOU to have a girl isn't it?!?!??! LOL!!!

dpkennedy said...

Julia-Are you freakin' nuts? I can't handle two kids now...could you see me pregnant with #3 at 40? Besides...it would be another boy. Much as I'd like to deny it, but my mother was right. Sigh.

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Hey, if there's a mishap behind the sentiment, you hid it very well. I can't even thread a sewing machine...so I'm jealous. That bella image is cute. Oh, and no I'm NOT expecting so don't look at me, LOL!

shel9999 said...

Oh my goodness, this is DARLING!! And your stitching looks fine to me! :)

Candy said...

Adorable!!

Carol Dee said...

How perfectly adorable!
I am much too old for babies, now that I am a Grandma. But I do know two co-workers that are expecting girls, soon!

Joan said...

This is very cute. I like the image.

Jennifer Meyer said...

Super cute card Danielle, LOVE the fun image and darling design!

Jennifer :)

Kelly Schelske said...

So swwet!!

Carolyn King said...

oh i love this. ....so adorable and i think your stitching looks great!

noble pig said...

Wonky stitching? Where? Are you kidding, it's perfect. I think I'll have a baby just to get this card! Ha!

Bonnie (eggette) said...

Isn't she darling?? We are having a baby girl boom around here.....something in (or not in) the water maybe? 4 girls in three weeks - one of them my sweet little granddaughter.....so send it my way k? just kidding....

Poppy said...

gorgeous !!!
poppy

Tammi said...

Adorable, I think your stitching is fine...really like how you did the ribbon on the tag.