Celeste Amberglow Farmin’ Apples

Welcome back for a little inspiration today using a Little Miss Muffet Stamp.  We have such a huge release next week that we’re taking a relaxing break today and showing off anything we want.  😀  So be sure to check out the LMMS Challenge Blog for all the other fabulous creations and mark us down in your calendars for next week, April 4th, as it’s going to be huge!!

For my project today, I’ve used Celeste Amberglow Farmin’ Apples from Little Miss Muffet Stamps and drawn by Pollycraft.  She is such an adorable chickie and I couldn’t resit the farm paper pack I found in my stash.  Most of my papers in that stash are 6×6 pads and include anything from K&Company, My Mind’s Eye, Crate Paper, Echo Park Paper, Jillybean Soup, BasicGrey, Cosmo Cricket and the list goes on… I’m not picky and just grab anything that appeals to me.  He he he

The chipboard embellishments from Make it Crafty were colored with Prismacolor Pencils to match the paper and also to help the butterflies stand out against the busy paper.  I simply grabbed reds, oranges and yellows and blended them together until it wouldn’t take any more!  Here’s a close up of Celeste Amberglow with her lovely green apples… an nope, it’s not poisonous (that would be red and her evil counterpart).

Thanks for dropping by today and I hoe you’ve enjoyed this project.  It’s been a busy week but I’m looking forward to a fun and relaxing weekend – I just need to get through this day and then school will be out for the weekend (my kids included).  Yeah!  I’m soooo looking forward to a 3-day weekend!!  Have a wonderful time coloring and hope you’re weekend is approaching soon too!

16 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

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  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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