Monday, January 10, 2011

Paper Pretties Whatnots Release!!

Happy Monday! Time to celebrate another awesome release from Paper Pretties Whatnots - digital images offered by Paper Pretties. This week features the release of two whimsical images from Artish - Grace and Crunch and Cincinnati Flying Piggy. I chose to showcase the flying piggy on my card shown here.
I colored the main image using copics and cut it out using Spellbinders Nestibilities. The background panel is embossed using distressed stripes. I was more than happy to use my new scallop border punch (you'll be seeing that alot!!) for the ribbon panel. This was a fun image to color and his big smile is too cute!!
Supplies used:
Stamps - Paper Pretties Whatnots Cinncinnati Flying Piggy
Paper - Bazill coral, white; PTI Everyday Blessings
Accessories - Copics, Spellbinder Nestibilities; grosgrain ribbon, scallop border punch, Cuttlebug EF, brads

Since Valentine's Day is quickly approaching, I thought I would add this card in with my post to feature this Lil' Stinker. How cute is he! My baby is my Lil' Stinker so this card is for her :). I colored the main image using copics to match some Basic Grey paper in the background. The red panel is embossed with swirls. I added a gingham ribbon with a red accent to finish the card. Check out this stinkincute image (if I may!) and others at Paper Pretties!
TFL and have a great day!
Supplies Used:
Stamps - Paper Pretties Whatnots Lil' Stinker
Paper - Bazill red, black, turquoise, white; Basic Grey Urban Prarie
Accessories - Cuttlebug EF, gingham ribbon, grosgrain ribbon, copics


  1. Kelly, these are both awesome cards!! I especially love how you colored the skunk! Wonderful job!

  2. Gorgeous cards Kelly, I Love how your colouring matches the backgrounds :)

    Have a great week.

  3. love the scallopped mat for cincinatti--looks like another cloud! the colors in your l'il stinker card are just what he needed! great creations!

  4. Love your cards, the coloring is great and I love the neat simple lines. Beautifully done. TFS