Friday, August 16, 2013

Paper Sweeties August Release After Party!

I hope you've enjoyed taking peeks at all the new Paper Sweeties August Release. The stamps are officially in the on line store. Today to celebrate the design team is having an after party featuring designs that include some of the new releases mixed in with some of the prior releases. This is a great way to show you how well the stamps work together flawlessly! I used the new "Thanks Berry Much" set along with "Emma" one of the original Paper Sweeties. The set includes an outfit that will fit any of the girls along with some "berry" sweet sentiments!


Check out what the rest of the design team made!


Thanks for stopping by!  If you are a fan of the Paper Sweeties I hope you will join us for the sketch challenge.  It's updated every month and is a great way to win some new Paper Sweeties Stamps.



Supplies Used: Finished Size 4.5 x 6.25"
Stamps: Paper Sweeties "Thanks Berry Much" "Emma"
Pattern Paper: Echo Park "Sisters" 12 x 12"
Card Stock: PTI Sweet BLush, Vintage Cream, SU! Bashful Blue
Dies:  Spellbinder That's The Ticket, Cheery Lynn Nautical Wheeler
Ink:  Copic Markers, Versafine Onyx Black, Memento Tuxedo Black
Ribbon  3/8" Lace White Decorative Trim "Hobby Lobby", 5/8" Grosgrain Pink/White Dots
Roses:  Iamroses.com

5 comments:

Lisa M said...

Now that's really pretty how you did the diagonal papers in the background. That's a terrific idea and very appealing on the eyes :)

~Tammy~ said...

Oh my is she ever darling and I totally adore your coloring! Sigh! You have the prettiest die-cuts! Another Sigh! Love this to pieces!

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the doily & wonderful to have die cut for paper doll.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Kim Heggins said...

Jeanne, this is just amazing...what a little sweetie pie! Your background die is so lovely and the sweet little roses, just the perfect touch.

Cathy Weber said...

I absolutely love the shading on her dress...wow, how gorgeous is that! I also really like how you pieced those patterned paper strips, love them on an angle like that.