I am really loving working with digital and conventional stamps lately. All of the images on these cards are from Queen Kat!
The second card is made from a recent "freebie" that Vikki gave away through an announcement on Facebook. My grandma made me Raggedy Anne and Andy when I was very little and they are still around my house. I love this adorable image. I printed this on a pink marbled card stock and went to town with the Crayola Colored Pencils. I added bits of glitter glue in a fruit punch color to the moon. The image is layered dimensionally on an embossed white card that has a line of daisy lace. The background paper is from My Mind's Eye. I inked all the edges with Prima Chalk Ink in Dark Bark, which is my absolute go to ink. I added a button embellishment tied with a Vintage Street Market Twirly Twine Bow. I plan to use this for a little girl birthday in the not to distant future.
This stamp is designed by Miss Megs Digis and called Day of the Dead Girl. I printed this on textured watercolor paper and used the Sakura Glaze pens to color it. It is such an outstanding image, I decided to keep the rest of the card simple. The recipient could easily frame this for a decorative element in their home.
Okay, well it's back to the craft table for me! Thanks for stopping by and looking at the latest! Have a wonderful day!