I was asked by the talented Susan and Emma (how is it that - crafting mother/daughter pair!) to be a guest designer for The Stamping Bazaar and of course I said yes! They twisted my arm with their sweetness, hehe.
Actually it didn't take much arm twisting because I've loved Marina Neira's images for a while now, but I somehow never get a chance to color them up. I have bunches of stamps from Motivet and The Greeting Farm, but hopefully you all already know that she's now gotten into digis, too! She has her own line of digis and rubber available at The Stamping Bazaar and they're as adorable as can be. Lots of my teammates and friends are her DT so I'm sure you're well aware of the many possibilities with her images. They're so fun!
For my creation, I've used Josie in a Hat. Isn't she such a cutie? This is saying a lot because I'm actually more of a dog person, but this little kitty is irresistible. Look at her sweet face! I colored her in distress inks, as usual, but I wish I had colored the hat a different color because she kinda blends in a little too much. Anywho, I'm sure you'll do a better coloring job than I have. The tickets are from the Whimsy Stamps Treasured Moments Ticket sentiments cut out using the Whimsy Stamps Ticket Die.
You can see my card up at The Stamping Bazaar Blog and you can purchase the adorable Josie in a Hat image HERE. Thank you so very much Susan and Emma for inviting me! Thanks Marina for letting me work with your gorgeous image!
For this card, I used the fabulous sketch at The Fuzzy Wuzzy Challenge. Sorry, the doily and the tickets covered up some of the elements, but I really did start off with the sketch!
The Stamping Bazaar Josie in a Hat; Sentiments: Whimsy Stamps Treasured Moments Tickets; Medium: Distress reinkers; Paper: October Afternoon Thrift Shop; Accessories/tools: Whimsy Stamps Ticket Die, doily, May Arts ribbon, button, baker's twine, MS Doily Hearts border punch, Stickles, Ranger Pearl Pen