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Jul 31, 2011

August Pure Innocence Previews

Today's the day that we have FIVE Pure Innocence stamp sets up for previews. I have two of them to share with you, and as always, I'll follow up with the other three SOON!

My first preview is Pure Innocence: Poppy.  This card is 100% scrap and I love that.  None of this is from the same paper collection, I just dug around to see what papers I'd like to use to put this together, and then let my sewing machine have at it, and crazy stitched it all together.... I've finished my card off with a large gingham bow.  This ribbon is part of the MFT Black Collection.

I've reached for the new Die-namics Bracket Tab for my sentiment today - these tabs are super handy for me!  I love the pretty detailing on the edge....

My second preview is for Pure Innocence: Sunflower Girl - I've reached for my My Mind's Eye Stella Rose patterned papers.  I love this sweet little Sunflower Girl.  For this card, I reached for last month's File Tab Die-namics See, they make a nice pair, I think you need them both. *giggle*


I'm getting down to the end of my twill ribbon. Yikes. Scary. Must. Go. Find. More.


Have you started your sample for this month's Guest Designer Challenge - Embellish Yourself?  Looks like today is JUST the day to get that done. Entries are due Monday by 10pm EST.  Happy Stamping - I can't wait to see what you create!

28 Comments    Post a Comment:

Tracey said...

Love your use of ribbon! Fantastic cards Joanne!

Karen said...

Your cards ROCK!!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

These are both so adorable, love them

Sarah Gough said...

these are both gorgeous Joanne!

StampOwl said...

pure sweetness :)

Kary said...

Wow, Joanne!! These cards are fabulous! Love the colours and beautiful sewing.

Nancy Thomas said...

I love the big gingham bow on the first one and you've used some of my favorite MME on the second. Fun P.I'.s this month!

zehra said...

i like the clean way you color, so sweet and looks simple but pretty. i liked the gingham ribbon, nice touch the twill ribbon is something i'm going to look for it gives a nice look to the card.

Susan said...

I love the clean look of the PI's and both the ribbons. Your cards are awesome!
ksbhotdog@centurylink.net

Kimberly Gajewski said...

These are FABULOUS, Joanne! I knew that you would do something simply wonderful with the Sunflower Girl!

I love the gingham and all of the crazy stitching with the Poppy Girl too! Beautifully done! :D

Susan said...

aww...what cute little punkins'. Reminds me of my darling granddaughter :)

Barbara said...

ACK! Over-the-top-adorable, Joanne! I {heart} them!

CraftyMomOf2 said...

These are STUNNING Jo!!!

Love all of your delicious papers!!

Crafty Hugs!
Meredith

Christina Fischer said...

LOVE these. So sweet and full of paper-y goodness. :)

Atticelf said...

These are both so sweet. Nicely done.

Elle said...

I love the dp that you used on both of your cards. And the sketch design. And the coloring you did. And.....Elle swck99@att.net

Elle said...

Oops! I forgot to add my contact information to my earlier post. Elle swck99@att.net

CheckerBeads said...

adorable cards, with sweet colors!

Anne

Angel said...

FAb cards! Love the gingham ribbon on the first and the twill on the second! Great coloring!

Laraine R said...

Great cards!! Love the papers!!

Jan Garber said...

Such great colors on both! I love the subtle pattern on the little dress!

Anne said...

Both cards are lovely!

Rachel said...

Love your cards! Such cute papers and bows!

Vicki said...

Love the ribbons! I never think to use twill! The papers in the 2nd card are to die for!

Steph Herbert said...

OMG! These are sooo cute! I love the colors and layers. :)

Annemieke said...

Such cute cards!! Love the color combinations!!
Annemieke

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

Seriously, these could NOT possibly be any sweeter! LOVE your coloring and the pop of gingham!!

Megan said...

They're all so sweet!

 
 

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