Sunbonnet Strawberry Big

Sometimes the project is all about the colors for me and how they work together so I’m pleased at how this project turned out.  I liked the combination of baby blue with pinks on this project.  🙂  The stamp I used is Sunbonnet Strawberry Big rubber stamp from Little Miss Muffet Stamps. The big strawberry gave me a chance to try coloring around the seeds giving the strawberry an edge.  I was hoping the seeds would look more realistic but I think I reversed the shadow on the edge. LOL  Well, I tried and that counts.  😀

I colored this using the Marvy Le Plume markers and used my sewing machine to stitch around the card.  The pink drops are those melty plastic craft beads that I placed in the oven to melt into this shape.  Thanks to Rosemary who pointed me to a tutorial on how to do it, I was able to create a whole bunch.  It was fun and an inexpensive way to get a pile of dew drops to use.

8 thoughts on “Sunbonnet Strawberry Big

  1. I'll start with Cassandra's awesome card… Very pretty with fab colouring. The grass is a great touch and it was worth the effort adding it because it finishes the image perfectly. Brilliant… You should colour more.B, I love the image coloured in monotone, it really pops with the gorgeous papers (need) and little flowers. Two lush cards in one post. X


  2. Oh my goodness, the black and white coloring is fabulous. I love the look and the little flower on the bonnet really completes it. The image just pops on the bright papers.Cassandra, your card is amazing. Lovely coloring and the grass is a perfect touch. That is one of my favorite sentiments, too.


  3. OMGosh Cassandra, you obviously takes after your mama. Beautiful coloring Cassandra. How old are you? I wish I had a daughter to craft with. Such a joy you must be to your mama.Barbara, love the B&W image. The flower on her bonnet just pops. What a great team you two are. Hugs to both of you, Julie.


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