Do you ever buy a set because of one or two images? Yep, that’s why I bought Little Cuties! The kitten and puppy are so sweet I just had to have it! Colored with Copics, I used these two together to make a simple card. I stamped the puppy and put a mask over him so I could stamp the kitten behind him. I also masked off part of the sentiment. The balloons are from Bella & Friends. Hugs, Fran
Category: Bella & Friends
This month’s group challenge is “Up!” so I decided to work with Bella & Friends again to create an encouragement card. I started with Karen Burniston’s cloud stencil on some Soft Sky card stock. The image is watercolored.
I love the stencil on this color. It creates such a soft, pretty background.
Inside I used the Lots of Pops die – one of my favorites because it works with so many different situations. I left the two side “pops” in and just used the ones in the center. This Bella is the one with the turtle. She’s riding in the Hot Air Balloon die (another very versatile die!) with clouds floating in the background
The banner is just scraps from the Subtles Designer paper pack. Up, up and away! Make sure to check Karen’s blog to see all the other designer’s cards! Hugs, Fran
For this Bella card, I stenciled the background using Karen Burniston’s flower stencil using embossing paste. After watercoloring the image, I popped up the balloon and scalloped the bottom of the card. I think this is such a sweet stamp – perfect for so many things! Hugs, Fran
Oh I just love this set! Here are some simple cards using some of the stamps in the
Daisy Bella & Friends set. This simple card has Bella and her friend on the bottom corner with a box drawn around them. The sentiment is placed near them. Then I tried this –
I did a more doodle box around the two and placed the sentiment up in the box. Which one do you like the best? Hugs, Fran (and Daisy!)
Here’s Bella on a cute box! Want to know why I think she’s so cute?
She looks like Daisy!
The cute box was inspire by Claudia Christensen and it’s made with the Gift Box Punch Board! Hugs, Fran