Celeste Amberglow Farmin’ Apples

Monday posts are always the hardest to write – don’t you think?! Right now I’ve got my littlest yelling “ame oy! ame oy!” wanting to play another 14 hours with the GameBoy which I’ve secretly hidden away. He he he. I’ve been told she’ll survive. LOL

Today’s post is all about Little Miss Muffet Stamps and you’ll want to be sure to visit the LMM Blog for all the other inspiration from the Project Team! They’ve pooled together some projects using the rubber stamps and I love each one of them. 😀

For my project I used Celeste Amberglow Farmin’ Apples which is actually a Little Miss Muffet Stamps digi and was drawn by Paula from Pollycraft! When these cuties were released I ended up colored every one of them and made cards so now I have practically a whole month of inspiration just waiting to share! I made each of them generic cards but I plan to use them as birthday cards – which is what I use my cards for the most. Speaking of which, I really, really need to get June and July cards out before it gets any more embarrassing. (o.o)

That’s about all I have to write at the moment… I’ve got to find some other toy to occupy my toddler’s mind or I’m going to go crazy with “ame oy!” LOL Have a wonderful Monday!

6 thoughts on “Celeste Amberglow Farmin’ Apples

  1. The lure of technology today – with so many gadgets and games consoles it's not surprising kids get hooked. My son can play FIFA 12 (a soccer game) on his Xbox all day (and night). He's 16 and not much I can do but I do, like you, try and restrict my little one on her game boy.Love your card Barbara. Colouring as always is stunning and the soft tones of the papers and embellishments are lovely. Hugs, Mette


  2. Another amazing creation Barbara – your coloring always breathes so much life into the images you choose! I am so glad that you are carrying some of the Pollycraft images because they are wonderful and it would be a shame for them to be discontinued completely.


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