Saturday, October 31, 2009

A Pleasin' Pink Parade!!

Happy Saturday & Happy Halloween!! Are you celebrating today or getting ready for a spooky evening, hee hee? I'm still prayin' that the rain holds off---kinda messes with the walking around the neighborhood with everyone ya know. Hubby is off to the store to buy our candy--we're late doing it, but hopefully we'll get it 50% off today, LOL! If it rains I'll be setting my cauldron full of candy out on my porch, snuggle up with my fireplace & watch my favorite Halloween movie "Hocus Pocus" (yes, I really do love it & watch it at least twice in October, hee hee). Both the kids will be gone, so hubby & I will eat our homemade sloppy joes & dig into some of that bad, bad candy that's entering the house :o) (I get dibs on all the tootsie rolls--my fave) Since I had Halloween cards up yesterday, I decided to totally go opposite today with girly pink cards, LOL!


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TuTu Cute!

So my first pink-a-licious card today use one of the cutest lil' ballerina Digi images from Mo's Digital Pencil called "Two TuTu's"! Since my daughter danced ballet up until last year (sob) I had to have this--I love their lil' chubby legs, hee hee! I used all My Minds Eye papers along with PTI's shimmery gold cs. And I used some sheer pink ribbon to create a tutu ruffle around the main image WITHOUT SEWING (ya know I don't sew, hee hee)--so how did I do it? I created a frame on the back of the image with Scor-Tape then pleated my ribbon around the frame tacking it to the tape as I went--a perfect ruffle w/o needle and thread!! I distressed the edges with my Tonic Distress Tool and added a sentiment from Verve Stamps "Beautiful You"(I only stamped part of the sentiment).

Their lil' tutus got a coat of my Quickie Glue Pen and then MS crystal glitter and the star wands got gold glitter. (I find that I CANNOT use my Stickles on my Digi images--it smears the ink & makes it muddy for some reason even after letting it sit for 24 hours so I have to use regular glitter--wahhhh) The stars on the sentiment were crystal, but I sprayed them with adhesive & sprinkled gold glitter on top to match their wands. The edges of my image got a spritz of Gold Smooch Spritz (new & available HERE)--the sentiment got a spritz of the Vanilla Smooch Spritz--very soft & shimmery! Aren't they just tutu cute (couldn't help meself, hee hee)?!

Second card is my non-traditional Christmas card which uses a fab image from the Whiff of Joy Henry Christmas Mouse Collection called "Henry Mouse with Christmas Bauble" sold HERE! I think these mice are super adorable & I had to color this one up first since I love Xmas ornaments so much! I love to use non-traditional colors on holiday cards--makes such a statement! I embossed my black cs with a limited edition (only available last year, sorry) ornament folder and added a strip of DCWV Xmas paper with all the colors in it. I added a bow made with my Bow Easy and some punched snowflakes with lots of glitter dots--love those things!

Here's this cutie up close! I added diamond glaze to his ornament, stickles to the ornament top & berries and sparkly fluff to his fur trim on his cap! I think he's just adorable!

Last card in this pinky pleasing parade is another CAS (clean & simple) card I made (I made a set of 2) using the Lockhart stamp "Rose of Sharon"! I'm having a blast making sets of CAS notecards I tell ya and Lockhart stamps make it so easy to do--so many to choose from too! The image was colored with Copics and then I added some stickles to the flower centers. The dp is My Minds Eye that I cut into strips and added to white glossy cs. Wrapped it with sheer pink ribbon (same that I used above) and topped it off with a double bow. Easy peasy, notecards whipped up in a jiff!

Hope you enjoyed the Pink Parade today! If you're celebrating this evening I hope you have a blast & stay safe! I'll be back tomorrow with my Copic Creations Challenge Card since it will be the 1st of November (gasp-already)!!

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards Suzanne, I especially love the ballerinas. I too love Hocus Pocus! :) I've already made hubby watch it once and we'll be watching it again tonight. When I was younger, my mom made me a costume and I dressed up as the witch Sarah Jessica Parker plays (Sarah). Too fun, I'm glad to know I'm not the only one that loves that movie! :)
    Hugs, Christine

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  3. You make the most beautiful cards. I love looking at your projects.

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  4. Pink is my favourite colour and these cards are just beautiful. I love those little girls! You do such beautiful works of art. Your blog is so inspirational. I ordered the SCACD images since seeing your beautiful work!
    Christine

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  5. Oh my, you have been a busy lady! All of them are wonderful. I love the girls in their tutu's and all the fun details you did. Great job on all three!!

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  6. Hi Suzanne, Happy Halloween to you..Hope you have a great evening watching your movie!!My daughter just watched that after school yesterday and really love it....Your cards are all just adorable today..I can not pick a fav...Ok, maybe the little mouse.lol you have to love a mouse holding his owe Christmas ornament! Have a good day, Lisa G

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  7. Love your cards for today! Those ballerinas are just adorable. My 9 year old has been in ballet since she was 4. She takes it very seriously, and I love to watch her dance. This image reminds me of her when she was just starting! This sentiment is also one of my favourite quotes. Lovely job on all these project (as always!!). Have fun with your movie and sloppy joes tonight!

    Melanie

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  8. Your new blog looks great!!
    I love it,

    Bye, Jolanda



    Happy halloween!

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  9. All of these are wonderful! I'm loving all the pink!

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  10. oooh...I love these! the little tutu's gals are too cute! and I adore the little mousie. In addition, the pink panels are a fabulous bkgd for the flowered image. Perfect!

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  11. Awesome cards! Love all of the pink...and the ballet girl card is my fav!!
    I hope the weather held out for you! It was 90 degrees here in HOT South Florida!! UG!!
    ~Lacey

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  12. Very pretty "in pink" cards. Those little girls were so adorable.

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  13. Hi Suzanne,
    It didn't rain here tonight!!! Stopped enough for the little ones to get out to Trick or Treat...
    Hope you had a wonderful evening with your DH watching your movie and eating goodies.
    Beautiful PINK CARDS love them all.
    I have been wanting to make up Mo's Tutu forever and just can't find the time.....Hope to do it when I come home from my mom's in a couple of weeks.
    Hugs, Candy

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  14. Love the pinks lady. And that color has never been a favorite of mine until recently and now I can't get enough of it!

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  15. Gorgeous cards! I especially love the ballerina one (dd just started taking it). You seem to put these together so quickly, and they have so many beautiful details! You must spend a lot on postage with the square cards!

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  16. Stunning cards Suzanne! Loving what you're creating with Mo's stamps. You bring those images to life with your amazing colouring and card layouts. Have fun on your family night. Hugs, Maria

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I appreciate all your lovely comments and taking the time to stop by! hugz,Suzanne

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