Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Better Get Better

     My eyes finally dried up after losing Elvis long enough to make a card.  I sure miss my furry friend.  He was a huge part of my life even when it came to stamping.  When stamping in the evening he would come in to let me know it was his bedtime and I had to stop to take him to bed!  Now the room is empty and I don't know when to go to bed! 
      This MFT stamp is a new one for me.  Their Pure Innocence line is so sweet.  Actually the large ric-rak die, the flower die and the doily die are all from MFT.  The tag is Spellbinders. 
     She is paper pieced and colored with Copics.  The paper is Memory Box.  Please note the fu-fu stitching on each side from my new sewing machine.  I'm so proud......
     Hope you have a creative Thursday!

Simon Says - anything goes
Paper Sundaes - paper piecing
Stamptacular Sunday - seeing spots (on her dress)
Creative Inspirations - anything goes


  1. Hi Linda! So sorry to hear of the loss of your pet. My best friend just lost hers about two months ago and I think Maggie and Elvis could have been twins. My pup's thirteen so I don't know how much longer I'll have her with me. They are like family aren't they. :-(
    Your card is super cute! I love MFT dies and you've done a wonderful coloring job on your image. I especially like how you did the flower. :-) Have a wonderful week!

  2. Just Beautiful Linda, nicely done! Thanks so much for joining in at Paper Sundaes this week
    Hugs Julie P

  3. Cute, cute card! Nice stitching by your new machine. I love the stand-up roses and rick-rack!

  4. Oh how sweet!! I love how you colored the flower. It so dimensional!! Gorgeous work!! Thank you for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog.
    xoxo, Christine

  5. A wonderful card! Thanks for joining us at Creative Inspirations Challenge.

  6. She is too cute, love the flowers you added to go with the image, neat sentiment too :)
    Thanks for the congrats on my win on Tosh's site, I can't believe my luck here lately~


Thanks for such encouraging comments!