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This week I have another birthday card to share. This adorable image is “Girl with Kitty” from Whimsy and Stars Studio.

I hope your holiday preparations are going smooth. I am pretty much on schedule (for a change). I usually am not so prepared so I am sure I am forgetting something big. Oh well, I’m sure it will all turn out just fine.

Have a great week! Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Girl with Kitty (digital stamp) from Whimsy & Stars Studio
  • Inks: None
  • Papers: Papertrey kraft & dark chocolate CS, My Mind’s Eye Six by Six Vanity Fair paper pad, Neenah Crest solar white
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Papertrey Journal tabs collection die, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: Paper Studio pearls, Pink Aster Hug Snug seam binding, The Twinery Honeydew baker’s twine, misc button, epoxy flower and rick rack
  • Techniques: Paper piecing, computer generated sentiment

Challenges :

Comments

Kathy and Lucky said…
This is such a sweet card, love the 3D affect, she looks like she is popping off the page. Love the colors you used also has that vintage feel.
Annette said…
This card is just so sweet...I love this little girl with the Kitten. You layers are so awesome and love all the sweet embellishments...I love it all... :)
Karin said…
How very sweet and cute! I love the pearls and ric rack embellishments and the coloring you did on her hair is just outstanding!
So cute!!! Love your colours on this card! Adorable!
Janna Werner said…
Heya Cheryl! I love animals and I love cards... so I adore this animal-themed card :) Super cute and the color combo is so nice!
Sandi said…
What a beautiful card...I found myself just staring at it for awhile taking it all in. Thanks so much for sharing it with us at The Paper Variety.
Cassie said…
How precious, Cheryl! I love that little image, and I love your addition of the ricrac to her dress. . .so cute. Thanks for joining us for CIC42 :D
K 'n K Designs said…
This is adorable!! I love the ribbons on her dress! Beautiful papers, too. Soo cute, I love Whimsy and Stars images. :)
Anita said…
A gorgeous card Cheryl. The image is so pretty and colored beautifully. Those papers are lovely and I'm going to have to try to track them down lol! Love the pretty button and rick rack too. I hope your family has a wonderful Christmas.
Audrey Pettit said…
So, so precious! You are just amazing, my friend! Love your card design and the gorgeous colors, papers, and stitching. And love that sweet paper pieced image. The ric rac on the dress is just adorable.
Debra G Smith said…
It's sweet and adorable. Love it! Thanks for joining us at The Corrosive Challenge.
Hugs..
Gorgeous card Cheryl, I like the image and how you have decoupaged it, fab layout too.
Kevin xx
jimlynn said…
WOW! This is just beautiful! Love that cute image and your card is fabulous. The ric rack on the dress is just adorable as is the button, design, and everything else.
Lynn
Jennifer said…
This is so very lovely! The colours are beautiful and I love how you pieced her dress and popped up her kitty! Gorgeous button!
Dawn said…
Such a sweet & pretty card!
Thanks for sharing it with us at The Crafty Pad in our Anything but Christmas Challenge this week!
Good Luck
Hugs
Dawn xx
Deanna said…
What a sweet card. I love it. That Kitty is just too cute. Thanks for playing along with us at Scrappy Frogs.
Marjo said…
Beautiful card! Thanks so much for playing with us at OSAAT.

xoxo Marjo
Tracy said…
Super cute Cheryl! The image is just precious and your card design and embellishments are so well balanced. Wondferful card!
Tracey said…
Beautiful card Cheryl, I love the soft colours :)
I hope you are well & having a great week.
Wishing you & your family a very Happy Christmas & all the best for 2012!
Hugs
Tracey
xx
She is so cute!! Love the ricrak on her dress. What a cool addition!!

I need to come take some paper lessons from you. you always get it perfect!!!!

Maria
Maggie's Crafts said…
Stunning!

Thank you very much for taking part in our Anything But Christmas challenge at The Crafty Pad.

Merry Christmas!

Maggie
x
Hazel (Didos) said…
WOW this is stunning, I love the image and your papers are amazing too. Thanks for playing on MAWTT this week and Hope you have a lovely Christmas, Hazelxo
Mynnette said…
What an adorable card! LOVE the paper pieced and ric rac'd dress--perfect touch, along with the pearls and that gorgeous button! I hope you have a very happy holiday!!! :)
Teresa Jaye said…
awwww, this image is precious and you've colored it beautifully! The attention to detail on your card is amazing - the stitching, pearls, and bow to finish it off all make for a gorgeous project. Thanks for sharing with us at Frosted Designs.
Alicia said…
This is oh so sweet...a beautiful card. xx
Regan said…
Cheryl, this is gorgeous! So sweet! Love the layout and papers! Plus your coloring and stitching are fabulous! Thanks for joining us at The Corrosive Challenge! Have a Merry Christmas! :)
{hugs}
Regan
Arabella said…
Adorable Cheryl! I love how you have popped the kitty out and the layout is fab!

Arabella
Kirsty Vittetoe said…
Adorable projects and bird feeder!!!
Merry Christmas to you and all!!!!
Eli said…
Oh, I LOVE LOVE it! It's absolutely perfect!
Great job with the challenge. Merry Christmas.
Eli (Frosted Designs)
Jan Hennings said…
Wanted to hop over and thank you for participating in the Really Reasonable Ribbon challenge :) LOVE your project!!
Kathy D. said…
This is soooo pretty. love the paper pieced dress. The coloring on her hair is GREAT!!

Thanks for sharing your "Birthday" creation with us at Clearly iStamp. Hope to see you Jan 6th for the new challenge.
Lisa Jane said…
oh this is so cute and pretty - gorgeous colours
Thanks for joining us at MAWTT this week
Lisa x
Stephanie said…
Beautiful card! I love the colors and paper piecing. Thanks for joining us at Daisy Doodles.
Sarah Hurley said…
Great card, thanks for joining us at Sarah Hurley Challenges!

Sarah x

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