tanya rudd - helloHere’s a fun Hello card that Tanya made.

She says…
“For my Hello card, I stamped out these adorable bears, and put them together. It reminds me of watching my own little ones interacting with the world, and their many encounters with people and nature. I see a “HELLO WORLD” expression on Baxter’s face. This is a versatile card, it can be sent out to a friend to remind them that they are being thought of. Or an enjoy your new adventures card.”

And here’s what she did…
“Once again I used my various pencil crayons, but this time I used gamsol to blend them together. I love the way the browns intermingled!” (Me too Tanya – what a great technique – it adds so much texture to their fur.)

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
4006-D Baxter’s looking up
4008-G Thurston ponders with his hand on his chin

danielle kennedy - wonderfulWonderful is right indeed. This card was sent in by Danielle. I love the way she colored the image in, added a hint of a background and some sparkle in the water. Her embellishments are just perfect – the waves and the ruffled ribbon. Oh so cute.

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
1158-J Paddling in the canoe

tanya rudd - fairy house front tanya rudd - fairy house backLook at this treat that Tanya sent in! What a WONDERFUL little house!!

Tanya says…
“I took out my punches and dies for this one. I used the mini milk carton die for the base of the house and then cut a rectangular piece, trimmed the edges and folded it for the roof. Before assembling the two, I stamped the flowers on them, and then colored them in with my pencils. The kraft paper really makes the colors POP! I then put the pieces together, and made a door with my oval punch, and put some die cut twigs and charms on the front.

To tie is all together I have Fairy Nuff on the roof. She is removable, as is the roof so you can hide many hidden fairy treasures in the box!”

I don’t think anyone has ever sent in a little house project before. Such a treat indeed.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1070-J Fairy Nuff
7044-V Magical Flowers Big Left

tanya rudd - i believe in fairiesTanya is pulling out her fairy stamps again. This time she made this wonderfully embellished card. I love all the layers she’s chosen, the little ribbon on top with the pearl pin, the 3-D flower on the bottom. I’d say there were beautiful flowers everywhere! I also love how she placed the star from the flower stamp right at Fairy Nuff’s hand.

Here’s what Tanya did…
I stamped the flower images on top of pattern paper, you can see it showing through the flowers.  It was a spur of the moment idea, and I rather like the way it turned out.  I then stamped Fairy Nuff out and colored her with my pencils, doing the same for some of the flowers.  They were added afterwards to add some dimension to the card.

She also writes…”To me this is a magical card. My girls LOVE fairies, and they always ask me if I believe in them.  I always answer “If I don’t believe in fairies, then it is like not believing in the magic, and what is life without a little magic.”

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1070-J Fairy Nuff
7046-S Magical flowers (right big)
8077-B I believe in fairies! (text)

lori barnett - one of those days lori barnett - one of those days (detail)Here is a wonderful little card from Lori and I just love what she’s done. Her color choices are so sweet and her use of shading and a wee bit of sparkle is just right.

In the close-up of this card you can actually see that she’s made them 3-D! I wish it would leap frog on over to my mailbox. :)

Here’s what Lori did…
“I stamped the images and colored with markers. Masked off to stamp the grass. Stamped 2nd time, colored, trimmed, adhered with foam tape. Glitter added to grass. Dog Tag embossed with Sterling Silver embossing powder. Cat & dog paw pads, noses, cat tongue and dog eyes colored over with clear glaze pen.”

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
2045-L Leap frog
7034-I Bunch of grass
8172-D One of those days

kelly clark - easter boxKelly is using Brewster bunny again and this time he’s on this cute little treat box.

I just love the purples she’s chosen – they look so fresh and Eastery.

Kelly did mention, “Let it be known that the Reese’s miniatures were gone within five minutes of finishing the photograph!” In my house I don’t know that they’d lasted that long. :)

Happy Easter everyone.

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
5062-I Brewster bunny (foot up)

kelly clark - spring bannerI just love Brewster and his little Spring banner.

Kelly says this incarnation of Brewster bunny features a hand-colored banner, faux stitching, and a Nestability die to enhance the main image.

She says she likes the colors (and I agree!), which she says, amazingly enough, are present in Washington state today! Oh I bet that must be so pretty.

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
5062-I Brewster bunny (foot up)

monica poo - easter tags2 Here’s some more cute Easter tags from Monica. She’s used Flopsy bunny again but this time has color coordinated the whole tag with his egg. Aren’t these so sweet. I just love her little addition of the two little pearls.

Monica’s been very busy because the bottom picture shows a whole pile of these little tags!

monica poo - easter tags2 pileEat Cake Graphics stamp used:
5050-F Flopsy bunny’s got an egg

monica poo - flopsy got an egg tagHere’s a cute little Easter tag from Monica. Flopsy bunny looks so sweet in the soft grey and pastel pink. I love the little added touch of shading and the background paper with the little flowers is I’m sure a perfect place for Flopsy to hide the Easter egg.

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
5050-F Flopsy bunny’s got an egg

stephanie-best friendsHere is the last one in the first batch of Stephanie’s projects. I’ve always loved this stamp because I had a St. Bernard growing up and I think of her whenever I see this image used.

I think Stephanie’s choice of “BFF” is a perfect one for a little girl and her dog. Her color choice and polka dots are so playful and as always her stitching is just great.

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
1137-M Unselfishness (MMM-ice cream)

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