Monday, 25 February 2008

Little Doodles

Some more simple cards made with Doodle That and the Soft Subtles™ colour family. I coloured the images with Stampin’ Up! markers but you could use any colouring tools. They are all 9cm square, which is one of my favourite card sizes - small and cute but not too small to post and you can get three out of a sheet of A4 cardstock.

Stamps: Doodle That (p55)
Cardstock: Pale Plum, Mellow Moss, Blush Blossom, Apricot Appeal, Certainly Celery, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black
Accessories: Stampin’ Write™ markers

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  1. These are great! I should make a bunch to have on hand at work.

  2. What cute quick cards! Love how classy these look.

  3. Helen, gorgeous cards. I've been thinking about signing up myself (for SU) but the difference in the UK - US catalogues has put me off! Lots of temptation on your blog, though...I may be swayed, yet.

  4. Helen..... I love, love, love your cards. I hope you don't mind if I put your link on my site.

    Good job.

  5. These are great!! I like this size too!
    Such pretty colors!

  6. These are simply adorable! Love the little flourish you added to the corner! Kerilou SCS

  7. Super cute, love tiny cards! CC

  8. These are so cute... makes me want to break out my stamp set...


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