Tuesday, July 24, 2012

My Pink Designer Post Day - July

I hope everyone is having a nice summer!  So far, we've been having a good one.  It's been very, very hot here in Georgia though - and I could certainly do without the afternoon thunderstorms! (not a fan of those at all! :)

Today, I would like to share with you three cards I made with the awesome new My Pink Stamper Moo-ey Doodles stamp set.  In case you haven't seen it yet, here is a peek. It is part of a great kit sold through Pumpkin Spice.


Isn't it  CAAA-UTE??!  I have had SO MUCH fun playing with this set! 

And so, I have a few cards to share with you today.

The first is a shaped card.  


This card measures 5". The sunflowers (cut at 1") are from the Walk in My Garden Cricut cartridge.  I also added some Stickles to each of the flowers.  The patterned paper is  by Basic Grey.

And my second card:


This is a 5 1/4" square card.  I used my Gypsy to make the floral background (Paper Lace 2 cartridge - cut at 4 3/4").   Inkssentials Paper glaze was added to the flower centers.  And the scallop borders were made using an EK Success border punch.

And last but not least...

This is your standard A2 size card.  I used a Cuttlebug folder for the background. All other cuts were made using the Create a Critter cartridge.  (barn 3 1/2", grass (fit to length) 2", clouds 3 @ 1/4" and 2 @ 1/2").  The little heart in the top center of the barn was made using my favorite punch of all time - it's by EK Success.  I just love that little added detail. :)

5 comments:

snappy scrappy said...
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snappy scrappy said...

Oh I had to fix my comment...noticed a typo! Love all 3 cards...too mooey cute. The first 2 have great colour combos! Lee-Ann :)

Dee Burns said...

Shelley, all your projects turned out so cute. Love how you took a little cow and made some great cards...love the details.

Have a great week!
Dee B
Crafdeecat

V Perkins said...

Just so adorable. I must get a set of these.

Missy said...

Shelley these are just darling! I love the sunflowers you added in the first two and the cute farm scene in the third one!!

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