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 K said...

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

Jenni 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! :)

@JoyceCasaldi said...

cute!

IamDerby said...

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

Mara Campbell 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!!

B 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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