Digital Doodles - Thanks a Bunch

Hi, everyone! Just popping in to share the card I created using the newest Digital Doodles image released over at Two Peas called Garden Mouse. Such a sweet image... :)

I used mostly scraps to create today's card... Making Memories Flutter paper, little ribbon bits, an odd shaped piece of kraft CS, and the negative space from a piece of Simply Chartreuse felt that was left over after making some scallops. I don't know what it is, but I always get a little giddy when I use little bits and pieces of things I hang on to. LOL, guess it makes me feel like I'm not just hoarding these things... Tee hee. :)

Have a great one!

  • Create 3 1/2" x 6 1/4" kraft card base.
  • Adhere patterned paper strip to top of card front.
  • Print and color digital image, then adhere to card front. Distress with ink.
  • Adhere striped pattern and felt strip to card base.
  • Add ribbon, then distress.
  • Round upper card corners, use ink to distress card edges, then sprinkle glitter above main focal image.

Stamps - Garden Mouse (Digital Doodles), Floral Frenzy (Sentiment)
Paper - Kraft, Stamper's Select White, Flutter by Making Memories
Ink - Copics, Raspberry Fizz
Miscellaneous - Scor-Tape, Glitter, Simply Chartreuse Felt, Vintage Cream Grosgrain Ribbon, Corner Chomp


  1. This is really adorable Heather, love the cute digi image and the wonderful papers you used!

  2. Girl I love that flowered paper!!!

  3. This is gorgeous Heather! I love the papers you've created with (beautiful!!) That image is too sweet - and your reverse scallop out of felt is BRILLIANT!

  4. Adorable--such a cute image and great combination of papers! Love the make me smile colors!

  5. Fantastic job coloring the adorable image and just love the paper you used here!

  6. Very cute! I like the rounded corners at the top.

  7. Gorgeous! Love this, Heather!

  8. Cute card! love the colors and the little mouse is adorable.

  9. Cute image. Love all the PP scraps you used too!

  10. This is super cute, and I love how you did the reverse-scallop punch border. Very creative!


Thanks for stopping by! :)