Melissas Paperie

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Some bunny loves you!

Hi! Today I have a card that was inspired by my daughter's adorable pjs!

Take a look at them (click on them to see them larger, they are so cute!):



And here's my card:



Cute! I love the soft vintage look of the light pink hearts on cream, so I replicated that using PTI's new Background Basics: Hearts. I then stamped the little bunny from Tiny Treats: Valentine and colored a few portions with my Copics, punched it out and mounted it on a scalloped circle and adhered. Tied my Sweet Blush satin ribbon, stamped my sentiment and called it finished! When I picked it up to photograph it, I smudged it a bit near the bunny...oh well!

Hope you're having a great day!
Melissa

28 comments:

Ted said...

Melissa this is very cute. Isn't it great when we can find inspiration among things we may not notice before? :)

Rhonda said...

Beautiful card Melissa. This would make a card baby card as well. Hmmm need more stamps...

Sue Ann said...

So so so cute!!!!

Diane Jaquay said...

What a sweet little card! I miss the days of footie pajamas (sigh...)

Aimes said...

Oh so sweet (both your card and the PJs!) It's amazing where we get inspiration from!
Hugs,
Aimes
x
P.S Thanks for your truly sweet comments on my latest card - I took your advice ;D

Monica K. said...

So cute! :) You really captured the softness of the pajamas. Really sweet card!

Anika said...

Adorable! What a great match to the PJs too! Hmm...wonder if I have any clothes cute enough to be inspirational?!

Kim said...

Totally cute! I love sweet blush and cream together.

Jennifer said...

So soft and sweet. I just love pink and white together. Nice job Melissa!

The Scrapoholic said...

that is softly adorable!

Diane said...

This is just plain SWEET! Great job on finding inspiration!

Ingrid said...

What a cute and adorable card. Love it!

Carol's Ink Spot said...

How Cute! The pjs and the card!

Heather P. said...

Totally precious! :)

ashjoy said...

cute!

IamDerby said...

Hey Melissa this is gorgeous! Love that sweet little bunny.

Mara... said...

Seriously CUTE card!!!! That stamp is so so so cute. I love the little hearts and your tied bow. Great job!!

Lori said...

Awwwww, so sweet!!! :)

Joan B said...

so sweet, I love this card!

Lee said...

Very pretty card. So soft and lovely.

Shannan said...

Oh, this is so cute, and I love that little bunny stamp. Perfect baby card. Great job!!

Belinda said...

Oh so cute! Love the bunny and the hearts togethter!

BethieJ said...

Melissa this is DARLING!!! Love all the pink!!!

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Dana said...

Those PJs ARE cute and your card is as well. I love the softness of the heart BG.

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