Audrey

It’s another release week at Little Miss Muffet Stamps and we have some rubber and digis this week!  There are new rubber stamps with my images on them and several new digi stamps from Pollycraft.  Plus you don’t want to miss out on all the fabulous inspiration from the DT … so when you’re finished hop on over to the LMMS Blog to see all that.
 

 I’ve had fun with my project and used all the rubber stamps to create a scene – plus a few extras too.  ;D  With all the stamps – that is pretty much everything to my project too.  The edges of the decorative paper were distressed then the rest was coloring.  That’s the fun party!  Here’s what I used…

I stamped the Daisy Rock twice in the background and masked half the page for each time.  I basically wanted the flowers on each side and the masking helped so they were not double stamped.  I also stamped the birds on the background too.

The rest of the characters were stamps, colored and cut out independently then added to the project with foam dimensional dots  I used multiple layers – so the spider and tuffet are on the first layer; then Audrey and the puppy on a second layer and Chloe pops out on three layers.

Thanks for coming by and enjoy the new releases this week!

27 thoughts on “Audrey

  1. Too much choice Barbara I love all your images and Audrey is another fab fave, they are all so easy to use in projects.The inspiration you have given to everyone with this beautiful card is awesome.Hugs Shirley x x

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  2. Awesome tutorial. I'm going to try making clouds again. I think I'm too critical cause I'm looking too close at them and haven't been happy so far. Yours look great. I love the little bit of background they give….and adding lavendar is a great idea. Just a touch more color. We have awesome sunsets in Phoenix, AZ and I'd love to capture some of the colors as my backgrounds. Your tutorial is going to be a huge help for me. Your cards are great. Thanks for the time it took to put this post together! Hugs, Gail

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