Here is another card with a Sugar Nellie stamp. I think she is called "I Don't Know", but not sure. The only paper used was Bazzill cardstock. I used the Swiss Dots Cuttlebug Embossing Folder on the purple. Then I cut the ovals with my Nesties. Colored her with my Copic Markers and layered it together, added a white brad in each corner, tied some yarn around it for my finished card. Pretty simple. She kinda reminds me of my daughter Tiffany. A little bit of attitude once in awhile. But very sweet.
Here is a card made with a Sugar Nellie stamp. I only used Bazzill cardstock on this one. Stitched with my sewing machine (have to use it for something) and colored with my Copic markers. I added the brass holders to keep it closed. On the inside I added a flower with a brad in the middle and a sentiment that says "Welcome to the Wedded Bliss Club!"
Isn't she just the cutest. I could not resist putting rollers and slippers on this cutie just to show how frazzled one can really be. This was me trying to get all my ducks in a row before leaving on vacation.
All the stamps on this card are by Judith. I colored her with my Copic markers and then I took a foam roller and cut it into small sections and wrapped some wire around it and pushed it through to the back to secure it. I then colored my slippers and cut them out and attached them over her paws. I used a Fiskars border punch for the strip on the edge and then added some pearl to each hole. Attached the Frazzled with 3-D foam squares and called it done.
Hello, my name is Kellie and I live on a farm in a small rural community. I am the mother of three fabulous children, two of which are in college, one wonderful husband, and a dog.
I started scrapbooking back in 1998 and it only took a few months before I was totally addicted. So addicted that I opened my own retail store. I owned that for four years before selling it. Now, 7 years later I still scrapbook but have taken up a love for stamping and card making as well.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Thanks for stopping by.