It's time for the release of the Tickled Pink Christmas Sentiments and matching die cut at Tickled Pink Stamps!
This is your first stop in the release hop so if you're here, you're in the right place :)
Kellie has graciously asked me if I would like to join the Pink Ladies for the sentiment and die cut release and since I already had a card done, of course I said yes! Does that mean I get to be called a Pink Lady for a day? lol
First, I would like to mention I learned a lesson when making my card: Never EVER glue images when the ink is still drying. Duh. As you can see, the candy cane on the tree got all smeared up because I was too impatient to wait for it to dry before gluing it all together, but I think Willow still looks great despite my boo-boo :) It's a great thing that the image is so well drawn or else all I would be able to see is my horrible mistake. Lesson learned, I think.
Second, please, pretty please, head over to the Tickled Pink Stamps Blog and check out the release hop today. There is going to be so many wonderful creations to inspire you and I know you will not be disappointed in what you see. Plus, you have a chance to win the sentiment and die cut set if you hop along with us!
For my card, I've used the lovely Lil Christmas Lolita Willow stamp with the Tickled Pink Christmas Sentiment set. You can use the sentiment and frame as an accent, or have it peek from behind the image, or as the main focus of your card....it's pretty versatile! Some of the Pink Ladies have used it as tags, which I thought was an AWESOME idea! I stayed away from the Stickles this time (and yes, I really did use half a bottle for the last card). Instead, I added in some pearls and some flowers, a girl's best friends :) This card also fits the challenge at Dutch Dare (Sketch) and at Creative Belli (R for red flower and paper).
Lil Christmas Lolita Lilith and Tickled Pink Christmas Sentiments Set
Medium: Distress Reinkers with Small Koi Water Brush
Paper: Pink Paislee 365 Degrees 6x6 paper pad
Accessories: pearls, WOC flowers, Prima flowers
Tools: Tonic 12x12 Guillotine Paper Cutter, ATG adhesive gun
Well, thanks for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed my creation. Make sure that you catch all the creations from the talented Pink Ladies!
Your next stop is KELLIE's wonderful blog!
Here's the hop list in case you get lost: