Monday, April 4, 2011

Little Frieda's Daisy...

Hello and Happy Monday!


I want to introduce you to someone special!
Meet Frieda!


This sweet little gal is just one of the darling images to be found at my friend Lisa Hjulberg's new store, The Craft's Meow. She was so much fun to color, and to paper piece! I can't wait to ink up the other images! If you have not been over to check out the goodies at The Craft's Meow, be sure to do so! There are kits, inks, stamps, and much more.



I hope Little Frieda on her twisted easel card makes you smile!


She's paper pieced with DP's from Adorn It, and all coloring is with Copic markers. The pearls on the sentiment were colored with Copic's as well. I used Nesties Labels 18, flowers from Petaloo, and everything else is from my stash.


Have a wonderful week, dear friends! I'll be back on Wednesday morning to post my blog candy winner! Hope to see you then!


Hugs and smiles!
Patti J.


Food for thought: The frog has it SO easy - they can eat what's 'bugging' them!

23 comments:

  1. Awww... Patti J, she sure DOES make me smaile! LOVE that twisted easel, and your papers and nesties--the way you hung "S-m-i-l-e" AWESOME JOB!! =)

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  2. Oh my word this is just precious!! LOVE your twisted easel with your gorgeous accents and colors!! HUGS

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  3. So pretty! I love the coloring & the DSP is gorgeous! TFS!

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  4. She does make me smile! Super sweet card GF!

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  5. awesome!!!! love the easel card!!!! Image is cute too but today I must say my faorite is your food for thought, very very cute!!!!

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  6. Oh what a cute image! Card is gorgeous Patti. Yep, those frogs sure do help keep my watergarden cleaned up but oh my are they noisey...LOL "Hugs" Carol

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  7. So pretty and what an adorable image! Love that easel with a twist, I need to give that a try. TFS

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  8. She is very sweet and reminds me of the Madeline books my niece used to love!!!!

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  9. Super cute!! The paper is lovely and the smile is so creative! Love it!

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  10. Thank you for commenting on my blog! I've never have seen a twisted easel card before. Is it hard to make?

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  11. Hi Patti,

    This card is so adorable. I'm going to check out the store. The angle easel is perfect. So is your colouring.

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  12. Love her and your amazing twisted easle Patti!! Hope you and hubby enjoyed your trip!!
    Hugs~
    Dana

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  13. Love the paper piecing with this adorable image, you always have such yummy supplies in your creations.

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  14. so very sweet Patti! love your card!

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  15. Love your twisted easel card, Patti .... especially the little word "smile" ... that's very inventive! Little Frieda is adorable.

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  16. Oh my what a cute image - and love love love the twisted easel card - great coloring - so we need to get together girl - I think we need to share!!!

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  17. Your twisted easel card is awesome! I have never seen one before. Love your little Frieda image and the colours of your card. So fresh and pretty. A card like that would make the receiver feel very special and cheerful. They would have to smile.
    Thanks for sharing! :)

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  18. What an amazing card. Love your image-- totally cute. Colors/papers are fantastic as well as the fold you used.

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  19. Beautiful card. Love it.
    Hugs and smiles

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  20. There you go using that cool nestie technique again. (which I still haven't mastered) I love love love this card! If the Cracker Jack icon was a girl, it would be her. There are so many aspects of this card that are so great Patti! I just ordered this nestie shape. Can't wait to get it so I can copy you! LOL!TFS

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  21. This is beautiful! I love that paper and what you've done with the image. TFS!

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  22. WOW!!!! This card is over the top GORGEOUS!!!!!

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  23. Wow! She is just so precious and love how your designed her whole background!

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