Thursday, July 30, 2009

OH BABY PART 2 AND IT'S A JUNGLE OUT THERE!

ITS A JUNGLE OUT THERE!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!


This new little cutie is Bree, another new release available from The Greeting Farm on August first. When I first saw her I thought "oh how cute, a little explorer" and I thought of several ways I could use her that way. When I actually started coloring her I realized she was supposed to be a mail carrier because she is holding a letter in her hand. Duh, keep in mind my day job relies on my being observant LOL. I had already started on this project so I just cut off the piece of mail and gave her a little treasure map instead.





The tutorial for the little back pack was found at SCS HERE.
I thought this would be so cute as a jungle theme party gift bag. Tuck some animal crackers and a mini stuffed lion and your good to go.


Please check out the other design team member's blog for some different sneak peeks you won't want to miss.
Don't forget about the blog hop going on this Saturday and we will have more sneak peeks tomorrow so check back.

PROJECT STUFF
Stamps - The Greeting Farm
Paper - Scrapbook bytes, we live in a zoo (digi paper kit)
Etc., - Reinkers, aquapen, ribbon

OH BABY PART 2


This card was made to go along with the gift (the cupcake box gift basket) for a new little baby girl. I used the rattle from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff baby set. I paper pieced the rattle, added a scallop circle punch on the back of the rattle and popped it up on the card. When I don't have time to color or I just want a different look, paper piecing always works well for me.


Inside of card.

The July special of spend $5 and get a free stamp is still going on and there is another hidden freebie at one of the DT members blogs so make sure to visit them all to find your free stamp and be inspired.

Lindsay
Melissa
Janet
Lisa
Margie
Katt
Tracey
Tamara
Row
Olena
Melissa
Leanne
Erin Bailey July Guest DT

CARD STUFF
Stamp - Lindsay's Stamp Stuff - Rattle
Paper - K & Co.
Etc., - Buttons, SU scallop circle punch, ribbon, rhinestones

16 comments:

Sue said...

That is - without question - THE cutest Anya creation I've seen - EVER! Totally adorable! The baby card is very sweet, too - I love the addition of the scallop circle punch behind the rattle. The colors and dp are perfect, too!

Mary(OhioMary) said...

OMGosh! Kim that little backpack is just the cutest and to make a whole explorer theme is just brilliant. Your coloring is absolutely amazing. Love the layout on the baby card and the colors are perfect. Note to self...you can decorate the inside of the card too.

Jackie said...

Love love love this!! Gonna have to try the backpack thing...

Leanne said...

OMG!! Kim that back pack is adorable!! You did a knock out job! The baby card is adorable to! You are one talented lady!!! TFS!

Amy Johnson said...

Oh wow Kim, I'm so impressed! THat backpack is ADORABLE! Its so well put together. Love the colors and papers. The baby card is cute too!

kadie said...

These are both incredibly stunning, Kim! Wow wow. You have the best ideas!! I love little Bree and that backpack is outstanding!! I'm going to need to CASE this. AWESOME!

Vicki said...

Wow, Kim you are so talented and clever! WTG with the treasure map! Just beautiful work! Blessings to you!

Row said...

AWESOME projects!!! they are both so detailed and so cute. LOVE it LOVE it LOVE it.

thefrugalcrafter said...

so pretty kim, I love both projects! the box is adorable and of course I love the card;)

Margie said...

Both projects are great! The baby card is sooo pretty!

Elena said...

Wow! The backpack is awesome! Love your idea with a treasure map too!
Baby project is very precious!

ljurecek said...

Both projects are terrific! That baby card is just adorable. I need to make one of those for a friend who's due in a couple of weeks.

Mrs. Fence said...

Love them both!

Emily said...

A m a z i n g!!!! That little explorer girl project is about the cutest thing I've ever seen! Super coloring job too:))

the whimsical butterfly said...

Absolutely stunning work, Kim! You are such a talented lady!

tmcc4 said...

These are all so freakin fantastic!!! GREAT JOB!!! TFS!
Mandy