Thursday, January 7, 2010

Pink Cat Digital Release Day!

Okay kids - the wait is over!
Here are the new images being released TODAY!I've got three more projects to share with you today!

First up are some post-it note holders using the cute cupcake and pixie image.
I colored each one a little different and used more of that cute patterned paper from American Crafts. My kids will be giving these to their teachers for Valentine's Day. I figured that the teachers would be "candied out" from the Winter holidays and this would be something that they could use. I'll be posting a photo tutorial on how to make these tomorrow, so be sure to check that out.

Here's a close up view. I shrunk down the image so it would fit in my 1 1/4" circle punch. That's the great thing about digital images. You can resize them to accommodate ANY project!

Next, is a quick project that I put together for my daughter. I picked up 20 of these frames from the Target $1 bin when they were marked down to 50 cents.Here's what I came up with using the Valentine Kitty image and a free digital sentiment...
We've got three cats, but Maverick is the baby, so he's my daughters favorite at the moment. I used some retired patterns from SU to cover the frame. And then I added lots of hearts and rhinestones - after all it is for a six year old girl.

I colored the image to look like our little Maverick, cut him out and adhered him to the frame with dimensionals.

My last sample for today uses the image of Lily as a Valentine Fairy.
There's no such thing as TOO much glitter is there??I used a very different color scheme on this one. My buddy Maria sent me some pretty patterned paper and I colored Lily to match.Just in case you missed my post yesterday, here are the two other cards that I made for the release today. If you want to know what Copics I used, just scroll down to the previous post.
Thanks for popping by! After you get your new digis, be sure to check out the free sentiments that are available to go with them! Oh, and just in case you didn't know.....three of these new images are also available in rubber. (Pixies make a cupcake, Lily Valentine Ballerina and Lily Valentine Fairy)

Be sure to stop by tomorrow for a quick post-it note holder tutorial.


Alicia said...

You have been one busy gal! I love everything! I especially love what you created for the teachers....I think everyone loves to get something personalized!

Summerthyme Studio said...

WOW! you are one busy stamper! Sweet Sweet Projects!!!! Hope you are having a very Happy New Year!



Kristen said...

Holy smokes, you have been busy. I am loving all your projects. Great job with the frames and the kitty is fabulous. Great New release.

Mariska said...

Wow you have been busy with this release! Gorgeous samples! My favourite are the gifts you made the teachers, I'm sure they are going to love those!!


Kathy W said...

wow, your coloring gives them so much depth.

Tracey Cuccia said...

Gorgeous Mackenzie!! I always love your PCS stuff!! Such great fun projects - and great score at Target :)

Suzanne J Dean said...

WOW--you busy girl! I love, love the retro feel of your first cards with the pops of yellow--just fabulous! They're all beautiful, but that cat frame is just gorgeous--me being a mommy of 5 cats myself, hee hee!


Ashley Cannon Newell said...

Great cards! Thanks for taking on an Embellish challenge!

Anonymous said...

Super cute cards! Thanks for playing along with us!

Maile Belles said...

Wonderful cards! So glad you could join us over at Embellish!