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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

HOLY CUTENESS!!!

BIG NEWS PEOPLE!!
Pink Cat Studio is opening a brand new digital stamp store! I know! Can you stand it?! A few weeks ago, Melissa contacted me and asked if I'd like to help out with the digital release - silly question right?! The new digi stamps are uber-cute and available exclusively as digital images. For the Grand Opening, Melissa has designed a fun array of Halloween and Christmas themed images. Grab a chair and your favorite drink because I'll be sharing ALL of my samples with you today.

Without further adieu, let me introduce you to some of my new digital friends...

This is Itty Bitty Bobby in his robot costume!
ACK! So cute right?!
As a mother of an 8 year old boy who is obsessed with Opitmus Prime, I totally squealed when I saw$ this image! And the look on my sons face - priceless!
This is Itty Bitty Betty.... OMG - how adorable is she?!
For this image, I decided to make a candy pouch that folds shut.
My daughter can't wait to hand these out to her friends.

I paper pieced Itty Bitty Betty's dress, hat and her little frog friend with some patterned paper by October Afternoon.

The pouch is held shut with a small piece of Velcro under the main image.

Here's what it looks like opened.

And below is a side view.


Okay, on to the next cutie!
Here's Itty Bitty Betty with Yummy Frogs...

ACK! Adorable!
I had lots of fun coloring this one and adding glitter to Betty's hat and cauldron.



Can you possibly stand any more cuteness??
Meet Betty and Bobby on their candy cane slides...

Love them!
I shrunk them down and created a set of Christmas gift tags.


Now I'd like to introduce you to Frank and the Fairy...

This image cracks me up!



How about a little Froggy Fun?I spent alot of time coloring this one, so I kept the rest of the card simple so the image would take center stage. Aren't all of those froggies just too cute?!



Here's Itty Bitty Betty the Ladybug...

I had fun coloring this one too and added LOTS of glitter to the ladybug wings and flower. The sentiment is from the Lily & Billy Accessory set and fit perfectly along the curve of the flower stem.


Next, I'd like you to meet the Scary Siblings...

So cute!
I used rub ons to add the faux stitching and the sentiment.


And finally, I'd like to introduce you to Itty Bitty Bobby in his wizard costume...

The cool thing about digital images is that you can change them up a bit. How could I NOT turn Bobby the wizard into Harry Potter?! I was easily able to add glasses onto him before I printed him out. Then I just used a red pen to add the scar on his forehead.


Now that I've shared all my samples with you, be sure to check out the new digital store by CLICKING HERE. There are even more cuties available that I haven't had a chance to play with yet. Melissa really outdid herself with this release. I was blown away by her images and totally flattered that she asked me to play along. Thanks Melissa!

9 comments:

Antoinette Seminario-Skinner said...

These cards are adorable Mackenzie!! Glad to hear you had a great time in Hawaii!!

Emily Leiphart said...

Your samples are amazing, Mackenzie! Your Harry Potter with the glasses and scar just made me laugh so hard! :D

Lauretta See ( LadyPou) said...

great job, i love your Potter :))
hugs,

Tracey Cuccia said...

I love all of your samples Mackenzie -- those tags are too cute -- may have to CASE you at Christmas time!! You did AMAZING stuff here -- hope you had a GREAT relaxing time in HI.

Sparkle said...

Your projects are just darling!

Jodi said...

These are all so adorable!! I love the pretty coloring you did and the cute projects you made too!
Hugs
Jodi =)

Melissa said...

Hi MacKenzie!
Thank you so much for helping to promote my new store! You amazed me at how quickly you created your cards before you left for Hawaii! You are so talented and I just love what you have created with my new digi stamps!
Big hugs!
Melissa

lifesabeach32940 said...

I was so excited about the digi stamps, and I checked out all the blogs listed for samples. I was hoping someone would have Copic color suggestions ... and here you are!! Your project examples are AWESOME, and I plan to purchase the images you used first to practice!! Thank you for your inspiration!! I'm going now to figure out how to subscribe to your blog ... IT ROCKS!! :)

Maria said...

OMG! Girl. . .you went all out creating such lovely stuff with the digi images! All of them awesome! How the heck did you find the time to make them? Beautiful job on your coloring and I love that treat project! Such a fun design!!!

Maria