Friday, January 29, 2010

Girl with Heart Garland (and improvements in the kit)

My second Valentine stamp is out!

This is one of my favourites so far. I made her for Valentines, but to make it more versatile I have made another 3 variations, one holding a flag banner (bunting), another holding a straight banner for you to add the writing, and in the last one she's not holding anything - is for you to customize it all.

To make life easier I have added a ready-to-print PDF file. Just open the PDF file, click on the printer icon and you will have all 4 girls printed in an A4 page. Each image is around 3.5 inches (9cm) in height.

Also from  this kit, the individual images will come in PNG as well as JPEG.





Available in the shop, direct link here.

Liz and Jackie's cards

My PaperPlay Challenges teammate Liz used a couple of my digi stamps to make stunning cards.




Check more of Liz's creations at Lace Ribbons Buttons & Bows.

And the super cardie Jackie Mooney has another card in her blog using Mami Doodles stamps. Jackie's monthly workshops are always booked out, which is not surprise at all, look at the workshop cards here.



The Happy Birthday circle is a fab freebie by Wendy.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

For Valentine's Day - Mr Mouse in Love

I made a mouse pattern for the Girl in Pyjamas and I liked it so much that I decided to give the little mouse a kit of his own. And since Valentine's Day is fast approaching, I gave him a romantic heart! :-)

Please meet Mr Mouse:



Shimelle Laine's Can't buy me love digi kit works perfectly with it, I love the heart pattern and I just know I'll be using the "I love you" speech bubble a lot.




The good news is that the Mr Mouse set of 4 digi stamps cost only 99 cent and the better news is that it is FREE with any Mami Doodles purchase from today until Valentine's Day - in this case DON'T put Mr Mouse in the shopping cart - I'll send it to you with the other purchase.
Available in the shop, direct link here.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Girl in Pyjamas

This is my latest, a girl with curly hair in pyjamas. My first thought was to use her in a Get Well card, hence the hot water bottle that she is holding. However, to make it more versatile, I also added a variation without the bottle. I've made a cute mousy pattern to go with and a label too.

 


Available in the shop, direct link here.

I loved the mouse so much that I decided to use it again, watch this space!

Please leave a comment and I'll draw a name for a free digi stamp!

Monday, January 11, 2010

Baby Sleeping Stamp

New Year, New Beginnings, here's my baby stamp, which I made for a PaperPlay challenge.





Available in the shop, direct link here.

Nothing is more adorable than a child sleeping, and I love looking babies little babies sleeping, and their hands closed into fists. I made a cute moon and stars pattern for his/her clothing, but you can use the plain one and add your own pattern like I did here:


* Patterned Paper: Basic Grey
* Ribbon: from a haberdashery
* Markers: Letraset Promarkers

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Cards and a Winner!

Wendy wins the digital stamp, I didn't need to get a hat to pull the names as she was the only contender! Send me your email address please and I'll email you the kit.

I want to show this card, made by Sabrina - I love the soft colours of the snowflake girl against the dark tree and the watercoloured sky.




Jackie used the Christmas Angel in this gorgeous card, using the angel 3 times was really effective!
Here's my own card, using the Christmas freebie too.

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