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Apr 3, 2011

Pure Innocence Teasers


Oh fun times, Pure Innocence Teasers! This month there are five new Pure Innocence images joining the collection and you are going to love them! I've got two to share with you today and I'm already hard at work inking up the rest... Remember that these are just previews of our upcoming sets. The stamps and Die-namics will officially be available Tuesday, April 5th at 10pm EST!

Jen has her latest Sketch For You To Try up and I'm always excited to see what she's got planned each month. This little PI stamp set is so very clever, the image comes with a blank ball, and then your choice of a volleyball, a basketball or a soccer ball to stamp into the blank. We're a soccer family (oh, and baseball too, it is going to be a busy spring...)


My eldest said that I had to make the uniform pink and black (he recently spied a girls team with these colors) and I was happy to oblige! Patterned papers are Echo Park Springtime paired with MFT's new Razzleberry cardstock, and of course, my favorite Fossil. The sentiment is added from the Say What stamp set & coordinating Die-namic.

Using the same overall layout, I finished off the inside as well using the Four Point Frame Die-namics for a space to sign the card. I used this Four Point Die-namic with the Own Your Story set for a very different look earlier this week, but its also a great all purpose frame! I've tucked brads into two of the points.... they'd also be cute for little button anchors too!




I've added the sentiment "I get a kick out of you." Puns. I love them. Wouldn't this be the perfect little card for a coach?

My second sample today uses the next stamp in the Pure Innocence: Year of Flowers series.
And, you can see that I've used the next in the Die-namics Doily series....Open Scallop Doily. I cut the die from white felt, and then added my image on a circular nestie to the front.





Patterned paper is once again, My Mind's Eye Stella Rose and I paired it with MFT's Snow Cone cardstock and paired it with a double length of the new Honeydew Twine. At my last class, I got a lot of questions about my double bows.... I like to take a long piece, fold it in half, and tie that as if it were only a single length of ribbon. Makes a nice full bow, right?

Okay how about we go for three today? I also have a preview of Pure Innocence: Graduation Girl as well as the new High Tea Doily? Yes, I went non traditional on the colors....

And I wanted to give you a closeup of this fabulous, highly detailed doily! I cut mine in half so I've got one half poking out on this project, and another half ready to tuck onto another project. You might be afraid when you see all those little parts and pieces, but guess what? This Die-namic comes with a Pop Out Tool that will do all the work of poking out those notches.




Be sure to check the MFT Blog for a full list of designers participating in previews today! With FIVE Pure Innocence sets you won't want to miss a single one!

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Sarah Gough said...

Oh Joanne. STUNNING cards!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Wow, these are amazing.

Kary said...

Wow, Joanne, your cards are Fabulous!! So,so beautiful!!

Nancy Thomas said...

OH my - three brilliant cards in one post. Love all the new P.I.s.

Kelli said...

Oh but I love that lil soccer girl!!! LOVE that Razzleberry color!!! thinkin the twine will match that SUPER GOOD!!! ;)

Wonderful set of peeks Jo!!!!

Cynthia said...

All three cards are fabulous, Joanne!

bernshwag said...

Gorgeous cards Joanne, I love how you used only half of the beautiful doily peeking out!

StampOwl said...

awesome creations Joanne

Gabby said...

All three of your cards are very cute! I especially like the "I'm Sorry" card. :)

Playing with Paper said...

Wow your cards are fabulous!!

CraftyMomOf2 said...

These are all GORGEOUS Jo!!! Oh I love those PIs!!!

You enabler you! ;)
xoxoxo

Kristie said...

Awesome cards showcasing those little cuties!

Tracey said...

I am in love with the colour scheme on the first one! Absolutely gorgeous cards!!

Megan said...

The pink soccer girl is so cute! All three of these are darling.

Angel said...

AWESOME! every one of them! fab coloring, details, everything!

wendy said...

love them all...awesome...cute grad card layout rocks

Wendy said...

SHUT THE FRONT DOOR!!! You get that today as all three of these are frigin' hot Jo!!!! OMG, love the grad one! Just Brilliant

Tinkerbeth said...

Aaaw, these are such pretty cards!

Erin said...

last but NOT least! Your cards are A-MAZING!

krussellstudio said...

So adorable. I love how you used various dies and the layering. Great job!

margie c said...

Oh wow! Pure sweetness going on! I love the tassle on the last one! Beautiful cards, Joanne!
hugs, margie

Queen Mary said...

Joanne, you have made some stunning cards here! I love the daisy card and the grad card, they're just so great!

Donna said...

sweet cards!

PoeMa Bat Soilik said...

Great job!!these are amazing:)

Inge said...

Woooow love them all Jo! Fabulous cards:-D

JoAnn Heinbuch said...

Terrific cards , love them all!

Dawn said...

Beautiful cards Joanne! That doily is a must have!

kathy/North Carolina said...

I love the fun, bold colors of the first two cards....and then the graduation card has this sweet, vintagey appeal. Really, really nice!

g said...

these are all wonderful! i LOVE how you paired sporty PI with the say what bubble- so fun & such great colors! your Daisy PI is so soft & pretty & i love your grad card too! all the new dies & these sweet PI's are "must haves"!!

Moosisk said...

LOVE your cards! These new PIs and Die-namics are so FAB! Can't wait for release day. Thanks for sharing with us today during the teaser time. :D

Janet
moosisk@hotmail.com

Susan said...

Love your little graduate girl and your choice of non-traditional colors. Simply beautiful.

Kimberly Gajewski said...

Oh, so DARLING, Joanne! Love that you did the doily in felt on the second card...and the stitching is FABULOUS! LOVE the non-traditional graduation girl too! The ledger paper is a perfect match! :D

Karen Motz said...

Three adorable cards, but my fave is the little graduating girl...so sweet with her paper pieced cap and gown!!!

Crafty Math Chick said...

These are all so terrific Joanne. I bet my niece who plays soccer looks just like that - love all the pink! I love the soft color palette you chose for your graduation girl card as well - they are all so amazing. You can tell how much you love your work, it shows.

Julie said...

Adorable cards Joanne! I especially love the graduation one!

Jackie said...

Wow! So much to take in with this post, but I love each and every inch of these cards! The colors, the shading, the use of Die-namics....it's all fabulous!

Lisa H. said...

beautiful!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

Cuteness X 3! LOVE these Joanne!

Amy Sheffer said...

Beautiful, Joanne! The new PJ's are must-haves!!

Jessie/knightrone said...

WOW, Joanne...you are on a ROLL girl!! All three are fabulous!!

 
 

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