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Thursday, 16 June 2011

New Release

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Morning Peeps,  Did anyone see the red moon last night? I was so excited about seeing a red moon which we were supposed to be able to see at 10pm but no sign of it here, no sign of any moon, I was so disappointed, oh well I will try again in 1015 lol. I have some new releases to share with you today from Little Miss Muffet, the top card is using an image called ‘Patriotic Horse’ cool eh? Perfect for 4th of July cards.
My next card is using an image called ‘Sage’  she reminds me of what my eldest daughter looked like when she was younger, with the cute little glasses and braids. Both of my cards have been coloured using copics.  These new images and more are now available from the Little Miss Muffet Shop and to see more of the new release and grab some fabulous inspiration, visit the Little Miss Muffet  blog. Oh don’t forget the you have another week to enter our challenge, the theme is ‘Numbers’.
I am entering this card into the following challenges:
CES Challenge ~ Inspired by a movie (Born on the fourth of July)
Paper Sundaes ~ Girly Girl
Lexis Creations ~ No sentiment
Digital Tuesday ~ Get out the Gingham
DYSU ~ Use a star
Southern Girls challenge ~ Anything Goes
Do it with Digis ~ Animal Magic



17 comments:

pinky said...

Absolutely beautiful cards Donna, love the bright colours and embossing. We watched the eclipse for a while on the net, amazing!

...just Peggy said...

Lovely card Donna. I really like Sage too...

Karen said...

We were looking for the red moon too but it was far too cloudy to see anything! Lol.
Two very lovely cards hun! I love the colours you have used on them.xx

Susie Sugar said...

Great cards Donna
Love the embossing on the one for us
Thanks for joining us Digi Divas at the "Do It With Digis challenge" this time
Hugs Susie Sugar xx

Glenda Atkins said...

Both cards are lovely and both images are so sweet. Like your colour choices and the embossing on the first card and the stitching on the second is marvellous. Great cards! Thanks for joining the challenge at Lexi's Creations this fortnight.

ChickieChirps said...

Great cards Donna! I really love the colours and layout of the Patriotic horse card and Sage is just so cute!

Arabella

WencheP said...

It's so cute. Love the coloring. Thank you for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche

~Vittory~ said...

Donna, your work is so cool. Red with blue...mmm...gorgeous. And your colouring skills is great!
With best wishes,
Viktoria

sara said...

fab card love that sweet image thanks so much for joining us at paper sundaes this week
hugs sara x

...just Barbara said...

I was hyped about the moon too until I found out I lived in the wrong hemisphere! I got to watch it through Google videos as it was happening but it just wasn't the same thing. So sorry you weren't able to see it - that would have been awesome!

Love your two cards! Sage is totally cute in green and I love the soft bright colors on the horse card. Both are wonderful - so lucky to have you on the team! :D

Marcy said...

Wow, both cards are just gorgeous. Your coloring is super! Thanks for playing along with us this week at DYSU.

Ellie said...

These are absolutely gorgeous!! Love your coloring and the embossed stars look amazing!

So happy you played along with us at digital tuesday, hope to see you again next week!

Wendy (Woo to friends!) said...

A Lovely card! Like that image. Thanks for joining the Digi Divas! Lynne C/O Wendy

Miranda said...

gorgeous cards Donna, love them both, that little horse it very cute
thanks for joining the DYSU challenge this week
hugs
Miranda

karenw said...

Love theses cards! The little pony is just too cute and the embossed stars are perect!

thanks for playing with us at southern girls. x

Sharon said...

Beautiful Creation.
Thanks for joining us at Do It With Digi's this time, hope to see you again soon.
Hugs Sharon x

Janna Werner said...

Hi Donna! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely "add a star" project with us at DYSU Challenge Blog this week! Have a great day, Janna