Wednesday, December 23, 2009

It's a Mommy and Me Mercy Sketch and a Free Digi from Rusty Pickle Digital Delights!!

Meredith and I spent the later half of the afternoon making these cards based on Mercy's Tuesday sketch this week. She wanted to do the same thing that I was only got a little hairy when she insisted on using my Creative Memories cutting system to cut her circles. I let her do it, but she quickly realized that her hands can't do everything! And, can you tell she likes bling stickers? Well, she does!
Did I mention a free digi? You can get the digi free HERE from the Rusty Pickle Digital Delights site. If you love digis, you'll think it is awesome! If you have never used a digi, why not download it and try it? He's a cutie! The image is the one that Meredith and I used for our cards today!!
Here is the awesome sketch we used from Mercy's BLOG. It was fun and very versatile! And, I also did the challenge from the Jacksonbelle Embellishments blog HERE by using the My Mind's Eye paper, which can be found in their store!

The Copics that I used for the image.
Don't can still win a set of 72 Copic Ciao from Michelle at Rusty Pickle Digital Delights. All you have to do to be entered is purchase $10 worth of stamps in her store, and you will be entered. Very easy!! And, pssst...there are very few entries, so your chances are very good!!
Card Details:
Stamps: Free Digi from Rusty Pickle Digital Delights
Paper: Basic Black and Tangerine Tango by Stampin' Up; Colorful Christmas by My Mind's Eye
Accessories: Creative Memories circle cutting system; Martha Stewart snowflake punch; rhinestone stickers; Liquid Applique


Cindy Haffner said...

Sweet job on the sketch

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

too, too cute. and your daughter did a fabulous job.

a very merry christmas to you & yours.

Danni said...

How, how fun!! Both of you did a great job!! Fun!

Pam Speidel said...

Super cute cards! Treasure those special times crafting with your daughter...precious! Merry Christmas!

Susan (peebsmama) said...

Both so cute. How fun that your daughter tried the same sketch.