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Get Well Hugs and Blog Candy!

Have you seen the adorable images from the new digi artist Rebecca Parker?    Oh my goodness!  I recently found her shop, Wings & Willows, on Etsy and completely fell in love with her art.     For my first image, I had to get “Some Soup for You”.  I just love these cute little mice and the letters in the soup!

2012-05-15 Willow Wings Soup WM

Here is a look at some of my favorite images from Wings & Willows.   Aren’t they fun?



Rebecca also agreed to sponsor a little blog candy give away.   One lucky person will win 1 image of their choice from Wings & Willows.   
You can get up to 2 entries in the drawing by doing the following -
1) Stop by Wings & Willows to pick out your favorite image.    Leave your information in the linky tool below along with the name of that image.  [i.e.:  Cheryl (Beach Bride)  or  Liz (Tooth Fairy)]
2)  For a second entry, become a follower of Rebecca’s blog.  Come back here an put your name in the linky tool a 2nd time.
The linky tool will be open 1 week.  I will announce the winner on my blog on Wednesday, May 23.

While you are there, if you fall in love with some of these adorable images, Rebecca is running a sale until June 15, 2012.    Buy 3 images and get 1 free!  (Enter the code SPR1 at check out.)



Supplies:
  • Stamps:  Some Soup For You (digital stamp) from Wings & Willows
  • Inks:  None
  • Papers:  Neenah Crest solar white CS, Papertrey kraft & dark chocolate CS, Jillibean Soup Dutch Mustard DP pad
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Sweet N Sassy Heart dies, Copic markers, Stampin’ Up circle punch, Bow Easy
  • Embellishments:  Hug Snug orange seam binding, May Arts burlap twine, misc. button, Jillibean Soup Dutch Mustard die cuts, Starbucks coffee sleeve

Challenges:

Comments

Super sweet image! I think this card is just for me today bc I'm under the weather :(

Headed back to bed shortly. I love the little mouse holding the cracker too!!!
Audrey Pettit said…
Wow! What a fabulous card, Cheryl! Love all your layers and love this paper and color combo! And such a great design, too. That image is soooooo cute!
1CardCreator said…
Those mice are adorable and so is your card!
Lovely card. Love the colors. Thanks for the opportunity to win.
Kathy and Lucky said…
What an adorable card! I can see why you like her art, this card is so sweet and will bring the smiles to anyone who is under the weather.
Tammy Ortiz said…
What beautiful designs I love emilile and I love many more. This is a fantastic give away I will share it with my group on facebook.
CheerDown said…
lovely bright and cherry colour combination Thank you for entering our Ribbon and Twine Challenge at Ooh La La creations

Alli
Beautiful card Cheryl! I always love seeing how you put different papers together. You compositions are always flawless and this is no exception! Love the soup bowl ;)))
Emkay said…
Lovely card. That paper pieced bowl is great.
Kim said…
Those little mice are so cute!
Pia S said…
Your card looks great! The image is such a sweet one, and I love all the papers you have pieced together to make this lovely design! Just fab!
Wedgie said…
What a gorgeous card! Love the image and the papers! Thanks for popping by my blog. Wedgie xxx
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Mary J said…
You're right, they are gorgeous images, Cheryl! Love your card!
julie_woolston said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, thank you for your lovely comments on my blog, I am now following you.

Gorgeous images,Story Time is one of my favourites.
Hugs Julie x
Georgia Ehrmann said…
Cheryl,
Your card is wonderful! I love your paper piecing and the bright cheerful colors you have used! I saw this on Make it Monday and wanted to come leave you a note to let you know how lovely it is!
Hugs,
Georgia
Karin said…
Love that bright orange ribbon, it's the perfect pop of color! Great paper piecing on a super cute image!
Donna Mosley said…
Very sweet card Cheryl, I love the image.

Donna x
HeatherLynn said…
Oh my goodness, your card is soooo pretty..and cute! That IS a super cute image! I am a big fan of your work..it's always so beautiful!!
wonderful! Thanks for sharing.
Jennifer Scull said…
such a wonderful card as always! thank you for introducing me to a fun new store on Etsy. :)
Kim said…
The tooth fairy image is adorable. Thanks for visiting my blog today :-)
Anita said…
Beautiful card Cheryl and that image is so adorable. Love the paper pieced bowl.
Becky B. said…
Such a cute card...love the image! Thanks for sharing the link to Rebecca's digi art, as well as the giveaway info! :) I love her work!
Marjo said…
Awesome card Cheryl, love all the wonderful details.

Thanks for playing with us at OSAAT. hugs Marjo
Anja said…
Hi Cheryl,
your card is just adorable - I really like the sweet image and the papers. And thank you for offering this candy.
Hugs, Anja
so beautiful card….. love the combo and cute image
i see it on Make it Monday….

Hugs

Bella
Cheryl said…
oh wow Hun,this is one,brilliant card gosh anyone,getting this would soon,get better those papers are just perfect,brilliant love it hugs Cherylxxxxxxxx
Arabella said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl! I love that paper pieced bowl!

Arabella
Hannelie said…
Lovely paper pieced card!
Thanks for joining the Robyn's Fetish challenge!
Pat (mspfd) said…
Cheryl, this is absolutely gorgeous! Love everything about this amazing card. Your layout and fab touches really shine.

Saw this beauty on MIM!
What a fabulous creation Cheryl and it's sure to make anyone feel MUCH BETTER Instantly!!!
Thanks so much for joining our "WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY" challenge at Shelly's Images! Please come back and join us again real soon!!
Darlene
Shelly's Images DT
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS
Elizabeth said…
lovely layering and color combination. Thank you for sharing. X
Valchen said…
A lovely card - bright and very beautiful! I like those vivid colours!
Heather said…
Too cute! What a great "Get Well" card! Hugs!!
Saw you at MIM :0)
Sandra H said…
Cheryl, your card is amazing :)x
Merry said…
That is such a wonderful and clever image. Love your card. Saw you on MIM. Thanks for your kind comments over my way.
Annette Bowes said…
Super cute card Cheryl, love all the layers and stitchingX:)
TC said…
Gorgeous Card Cheryl. It's so bright & cheerful, it can't but fail to make u feel better. x
Lisa M said…
These mice would be welcome in my home anytime! :) Beautiful card Cheryl, just love it! :)

Thank you so much for taking the time to link up your talent and creative ideas with us at Make It Monday!
Lisa xx

Thank you also for the very kind comments you left me. :)
Dawn B. said…
This is so cute.. I love that sweet little heart. It is perfect for this designer paper. Great job.
Sherryn said…
awesome card saw it on MIM xx
Sue from Oregon said…
This is so so fun...bound to make any sickie feel better!
Miesje said…
Cute little mice on that soup message. Love the card. Thanks for joining us at Stampin Sisters in Christ!
Shelby said…
Love the use of this Jillibean paper and the soup bowl is just perfect for it!!

Shelby
Michelle said…
Beautiful card Cheryl.

Love the layering and the stitching. Great image too!

Thank you for sharing with us at Make It Monday this week.

Michelle :o)
Bunny said…
This is lovely thanx for joining us at Craft your days away and good luck..

Caz x CYDA DT
franzesjoi said…
Super sweet image!! Gorgeous Card Cheryl.... :)love the colours and image :)
Renee said…
such a cute card Cheryl! Thanks for the chance to win the adorable image!
Hugs,
Renee
Ellis said…
Great giveaway and lot's of fun images in the shop! =)
Hugs, Elenor
Mina said…
wow Cheryl this is stunning, the colours are fabulous...thanks for joining in with our Bunny Zoe's Crafts monthly challenge
Mina xxx
Jenny said…
Loving your paper choices and outline! Thanks for sharing at Great Impressions Stamps!
Heather said…
This is BEAUTIFUL and ADORABLE!!! I love all of the super fab patterned papers you chose.

Thank you for playing along at Freshly Brewed Challenges.
Heather D.
www.freshbreweddesigns.com

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