Well ladies, I promised....and now I am delivering! Here is the first card from the Pink Cat Studio line! Brought to us by Lisa, I think that anyone would be excited to go out to their mail box and find this sweet little card ready and waiting for them.
The stamp used for this project is from Pink Cat Studio Itty Bitty Christmas Stamp Set which you can quickly find by jumping over Cutters Creek. As you can see by the sweet little girl that Lisa used, this is a fun set that could be used for a variety of Christmas or holiday projects. My personal favorite image is the two little elves sitting on a Candy Cane that is being carried by three Gingerbread men. SO CUTE!!! I am telling you, I NEED these stamps! Click Here to see the full set.
Like Wendy did in an earlier Pink Cat Studio project, Lisa has colored this sweet little girl using Copics. You all know by now that I am a huge fan of Copics, and looking at this image will show you why. This close up shows how Lisa has colored and shaded each facet of the image to give it depth and vibrancy. The hair has two tones, the cheeks are pink, the star is shaded, and the dress has scope far beyond a traditional stick figure. The best part? This is all done without any of the annoying lines left behind by traditional markers.
Give it up for Lisa! She has done a great job!
If you have any questions for Lisa about this projects or about Pink Cat Studio stamps, just let us know! Lisa or another member of the design team will be happy to answer.
Lisa's Itty Bitty Christmas Cards was created using the following products:
- Pink Cat Studio Itty Bitty Christmas Stamp Set
- Cuttlebug Machine
- Cuttlebug Embossing Folders - Tiny Bubbles
- Spellbinders Dies - Classic Oval
- Stickles - December Special Holiday Set
- Ranger Inkssectials - Opaque Pen in White
- Glue Dots
All of these products can be purchased directly from CuttersCreek!
Thanks Lisa for sharing this super sweet card!
Oooh! This is sooooooooo cute!!! I just looked at the store and I may be adding yet more stamps to my stash!!! I love the way the copics color!ReplyDelete
Lisa, what a wonderful card you have made. The shading is amazing. You may just make a Copic convert out of me yet, but I will probably never give up my pencils! Bravo! Fibro can never defeat us!ReplyDelete
That is soooo cute and you are sooo talented with those Copic Markers! Can't wait until I can try them! Great job!ReplyDelete
The stamp is adorable and the card is fabulous!!!! Way to go!!!ReplyDelete
Lisa just beautiful, you gals are so talented.ReplyDelete
This is my favorite Pink Cat stamp of the whole bunch. The detail you added to this little cutie is pure perfection Lisa! I may have to buy this stamp.ReplyDelete