Friday, February 15, 2013

Loving Lambs so cute

There's some totally cute digital releases at Clearly Digi Stamps today, February 15, 2013!
Lori's blog will show you everything and give you links to products.

Here's some cards I made with the Loving Lambs PDF quick card kit, and then below that I created an original card and popped up some of the lambs features.
The PDF quick card kit does NOT include any individual images or papers, it is ONLY a PDF for those who want quick adorable cards to print and cut and be on the go with it.

The BONUS Gift tags from the PDF quick card kit:
 The first 2 cards from the PDF quick card kit:
 Next 2 cards from the Loving Lamb PDF quick card kit. I added little pearls over the flowers on these, for an individual touch:
 Here's my card using the colorized version of the Loving Lambs and the matching digi paper in that set.
 I printed out an additional lamb image and then the "pieces" of the lamb twice, so that I'd have enough to pop up and layer.  I hand cut them out, but if you have a Zing (which I don't), it is much easier!
 Here's a close up of the popped up detail.
 This is one of my ALL TIME favorite sets in my line that used to be a clear stamp.  I am so happy to have finally made them colorized digitally!  These work AWESOME for church friends and even children.

Image: Loving Lambs Colorized Digi by Clearly Digi Stamps
Cardstock: white, CDS raging river, CDS spring leaf, digi paper from the image set
Ink: printer
Accents/Tools: Spellbinders pinking circles and circles dies, snips, mini brads, button, twine thread, ribbon, foam dimensionals, sewing machine

Thanks for visiting today, I hope you have been inspired to create and be a blessing!


Jennifer said...

These are all so wonderful! Love the way you've added dimension to the lamb and the designs are fantastic!

Colleen said...

Very lovely cards; the lambs are adorable.

Stacy Morgan said...

Beautiful Laurie, this is one of my all time favorite sets from CDS. I seriously need to pull it out today. Beautiful work.

Jennipher said...

Wow! These are fabulous. You did a lot of work.

Vickie ODell said...

These look even cuter in a set! You showed so much variety, and yet they go together so well. What a great idea!