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08 April 2011

Sugar n' Spice Dolls Day 2

Today is the second day of showcasing the new release Sugar n' Spice dolls from Little Miss Muffet Stamps.  Once again I have two cards to show.  Head over to the Little Miss Muffet Challenges and Release blog for some more inspiration from the rest of the Design Team!

This little cutie pie is called Pepper:


















































Here is a close up of the lovely Pepper... I love her frilly sleeves:
























Pepper is now available for purchase from the Little Miss Muffet Stamps store.  I coloured her with copics (see below) and added Stickles to the clover on her shirt.  The papers are from October Afternoon and My Mind's Eye and the stickers (sentiment) are also from October Afternoon.  

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Creative Belli Blog - Seamstress (I have stitching around the outside)
Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge Blog - Recipe: 1 image, 2 embellishments and 3 design papers 
The Paper Shelter - Anything Goes
Copic Creations - Your favourite copic technique (feathering hair)


And so onto my last card for this release set.  This sweet little doll is called Cinnamon...











































And here is her close-up shot:

























The papers are from Echo Park and October Afternoon and the seam binding is from The Ribbon Girl.  Cinnamon is coloured with copics (see below) and I have added Stickles to the polka dots on her skirt and Glossy Accents to her eyes.  The sentiment is from Pollycraft.  And right about here is where my E0000 skin colouring copic ran out... a very sad day as I have to wait a few weeks to get my re-inker.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp - Spring Colours
Dutch Dare Challenges - Spring has sprung ( I think these colours are bright and springy)
Anything Goes Challenge Blog - Pearls (mine are black, but still pearls...)

Here are the copics I used:


















































Happy Friday! 

Arabella Chickie in Antibes, France

12 comments:

Donna said...

Your cards are just beautiful Arabella, I love the bright colours with these little cuties. I will try and find a tutorial for the magic card, I know its on the internet somewhere and in return you can give me some colouring tips lol Your colouring is fab! Donna x

~Vittory~ said...

such a lovely cards! I love them! With best wishes, Viktoria

Sandra said...

Beautiful cards...such cute images...thanks for joining us this week at TPS.

Take care
San x

Rose said...

Arabella, your Pepper and Cinnamin look lovely. The detail of their hair is especially cool. So glad to see your entry at Copic Creations. ~ Rose

Courtney said...

These are adorable Arabella...And I love the way you laced up the first card! Too cute!! Thanks for sharing with us this week at Penny's. Good Luck!!

Courtney~

joy said...

Wowie! What beautiful coloring! Both are wonderful cards. Thanks for participating in the Creative Belli Challenge.

sparklygirl-Tina said...

Hi Arabella

What gorgeous cards - bright and fresh colours and fantastic use of Copics! Thanks so much for joining us over at Kaboodle Doodles and good luck.

Tina

ChickieChirps said...

Loving Pepper. And superb paper. I am bringing back several kilos of paper, buttons, stickers, you name it. I've just spent an hour trying to 'tetris' pack it all into a smaller package, removing all the outer packaging to try to make it smaller and weigh less!
BB

Bella´s Bastelecke said...

Beautiful cards...such cute images...thanks for joining us this week at TPS.......

Hugs
Judith

Céline said...

Love both cards!! Thanks for joining us this week at DDCC!

...just Barbara said...

This is a great layout and a fun way to use up some scraps! Plus a nice way to bind your project together. Te hee. :D Love the coloring you did and using such fun colors!

...just Barbara said...

I knew there were too cards here somewhere! The previous comments were for Cinnamon. Now for Pepper - love the paper piercing you did as a border and the lacing in the corner is a great embellishment - so cute! Hope you had access to more than just a pin to do that with. Fabulous coloring too - love her with black hair. ;D