Friday, August 26, 2011

Jane's Doodles {Sneak Peeks}

This is my second post of the day.
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Today, I'm sharing a couple of Jane's Doodles cards which combine previously released stamps with sneak peeks of new stamps that will soon be available to order!

This first one is a 3" x 4.25" mini that uses a pop of patterned paper for the 'flower pot' that holds the flowers from Garden Friends.

My second card is a standard-sized A2 card and it features Little Miss Mia with another beautifully hand-written sentiment and the cutest little flag which I stamped three times to create a banner.

Little Miss Mia is partially coloured with Copics and partially paper-pieced. I love the way this combination looks!

The designer papers used on this card are from Echo Park's Life is Good Collection. They were a gift from Jenny Johns who so generously sent them with an Ippity set I ordered from her. More on that later!

Sources for Thanks a Bunch: Gina K Designs 120lb pure luxury white cardstock; Basic Grey Oxford Collection; Jane's Doodles Garden Friends, Party Time and Big Sentiments; Memento Tuxedo Black ink; SU Riding Hood Red ink; Copics

Sources for Classy and Fabulous: Gina K Designs 120lb pure luxury white cardstock; Echo Park Life is Good Collection; Jane's Doodles Little Miss Mia, Party Time and Big Sentiments; Memento Tuxedo Black ink; Copics; SU Basic Rhinestones

38 comments:

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

You are seriously the pro at paper piercing, man oh man, fabulous cards!

Lisa Petrella said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE all of the paper piecing, Emily!!! Super cute cards!!

BabyBokChoy said...

These are just super uber adorable, absolutely precious!!!!!!

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Sweet cards Emily, fabulous sentiments too:0) Hope the packing is going well? Hugs Gay xxx

Jennifer said...

Super CUTE cards Emily!!! Love the images and sentiments!!! Enjoy your weekened!!! (=

Julie E said...

Oooo, all that paper piecing is sooo good!!!

Annette said...

very cute...love little Miss Mia...

Brenda said...

Have I told you how clever you are? Oh yes, several times! I just love these cards Emily, they make me smile BIG!

Erin said...

awww that little girl sure is classy and fabulous in her paper pieced outfit! so cute!!!

donna mikasa said...

Love the paper piecing on both cards, and the hand written sentiments, too!

Gina said...

Darling cards. I love that plaid flower pot. Little miss Mia is fabulous, I love how you did the banner.

Mandy said...

cute! that little girl is sooooo adorable!

Mette said...

Loving these 2 cards. Your paper piecing is fabulous - work so well here (and lots of other places too hehe). Fabulous.

Hugs, Mette

Jen Carter said...

These are so cute!! Kind of reminds me of Paper Smooches too! Love that big sentiment on the first one! Your adorable little girl is so cute too!!

*Alison* said...

Emily..
These are simply divine.. I love how you paper pieced them.. they are so fun! :) so cute! HUGS

Monika Reeck said...

cute girl card Emily love this and the flower card is adorable...miss you and hope you are doing well dear...hugs

Lynn said...

Emily, these are so, so cute...love the touch of plaid from the BG paper on the first card!

Karen B. said...

Super cute creations!

lynn said...

love the plaid with the flowers and the banner with the cute little girl, emily! happy weekend:)

Lindsey said...

First card -- that little hit of patterned paper adds just the right feel of texture to this sweet card. Second card -- yes, the Copic/patterned paper combination works perfectly! The patterned paper flower on Mia's hat is extra special.

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHH! What a fun set of cards--love the banner with the bling and your little gal is SUPER cute! I just LOOOOOOOVE those flowers! That's my fav card! Great job!

Janna Werner said...

I absolutely adore the top one, Emily! Have a lovely weekend, Janna

Helle said...

little miss mia and the sentiment is beautiful!!!!

Kary said...

Lovely cards, Emily!! My fave is Miss Mia - she is SO adorable, and I love the cute sentiment & the banners. Great job!!

Tenia Nelson said...

These cards are so so cute!!!

Karin said...

The paper piecing is fantastic and I love the pattern you chose for her cute little dress...She really is fabulous!

Pauline said...

Two gorgeous card Emily, these stamps are lovely, and you have showcased them wonderfully.

Jocelyn Olson said...

Yowsers, those are some super cute cards, Emily! The mixing of the paper piecing and the coloring looks fab--I always love that look!The flowerpot is sooooo cute!!

Lisa said...

I cannot wait to see the rest of this release! I still have not gotten the Garden Friends from last time- it's on my ever growing list- Love the use of the banner for the pot- too cute, Emily :)

Tiffany said...

How cute are these?? Will have to check out her new release, love it!

Jen W. said...

Love that pocket full of posies! That plaid is fabulous. And your paper piecing on Mia is brilliant! :)

Meg said...

So cute! I like the CAS look of the first card with just that touch of plaid on the flower pot, but the second card is definitely my favorite! Love the paper piecing paired with copics and that curled banner is just too adorable!

Angela said...

I think I'm stalking Meg without knowing it. So: ditto again on what she said. You piece so beautifully!

Shauna K said...

sooo cute!! love your patterned paper uses- the flower pot and the banner :D

Shannon White said...

Aww, these are both so Cute Miss Emily! Love your fabulous paper piecing and terrific touch of whimsy! 8-)

Happy Sunday to you!

Hugs
Shannon

Lorraine said...

Great cards, Emily! Love the image and sentiment on the first and the banner and paper pieced/colored little girl on the second!

Wendy ten Hove said...

Very pretty, Emily! I love the pocket of flowers especially and the colors you used for this!! Very nice!!
Hugs, Wendy

onecraftymama said...

I love Mia's cute little dress :) And the sentiment, and the sweet swinging banner!