Pan Slingin’ London

It’s another preview day for Simply Betty Stamps for the Teen Scene Kitchen Fun series and we’re showing off Pan Slingin’ London today! I went for a bright and cheery look and even had a chance to use some punchinello metallic ribbon. Make sure you check out the other design team creations on the Simply Betty Blog!


This is one adorable girl and as I was coloring her, two movies came to mind… Tangled and Bewitched! LOL So, of course, I *had* to give her blonde hair. 😀 However, the theme song for Bewitched won over so I colored the kitchen in black and white and found a black cat for Darrin to place next to Samantha. (And no, I didn’t remember the names – I had to look it up on Wikipedia! LOL But I do remember watching the show a lot when I was a kid.)


The kitchen is a portion of a digital stamp from Make it Crafty, Kitchen Set, and the cat is from another Simply Betty Stamp, Everyday Emo London. Lastly, I got the idea for the background from Annika and Delphine projects who are both so inspiring! Thanks gals! 😀 Hope you like the card and come back again for two more days before the whole set of six are released on Firday – whohoo!

8 thoughts on “Pan Slingin’ London

  1. This is WONDERFUL! The kitchen scene is amazing. I was hoping you were going to tell me where you got in 😉 – not that I would ever use it, but curious, lol! LOVE the black and white with the color combo.

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  2. This is WONDERFUL! The kitchen scene is amazing. I was hoping you were going to tell me where you got in 😉 – not that I would ever use it, but curious, lol! LOVE the black and white with the color combo.

    Like

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