Thursday, August 6, 2009

Digi Days

I’ve been busy with some projects that I wanted to show you. These are some of the latest sketches from a new company in the digital stamp world… Mo’s Digital Pencil. If you haven’t tried digitals you should check them out. But beware.. they are addictive! This is an opportunity for instant gratification…No waiting for the UPS man to show up!

spit happens

This little baby is part of the “Bunch of Babies” set. I used Prisma pencils, Nestabilities die to emboss the circle around the little guy, SU corner and slot punch, misc designer paper, white cardstock. Ribbon is from Michael’s and diaper pin from Creative Impressions, the sentiment is computer generated.

Ratatattat

This image was inspired by a character in one of Mo Manning’s children’s book “The Aunts Go Marching”.

Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your day, have a few laughs along the way, and be safe in all you do.

9 comments:

eiyiyi said...

Oh Peggy, fabulous as always. Love to see your work! eileen

Jackie said...

Hi peggy,
I love your stuff.Love these 2 cards and i really enjoy your blog. I stayed up until 4 am this am coloring.. LOL some mo's stuff:)
gotta finish some stuff , hopefully I will have something to share soon..Thank you for inspiring me

Angie Williams said...

The baby card is just so adorable!

Leigh Ann Baird said...

Spit happens is so cute! Love the cards!

Sara said...

WOW, Peggy these are awesome! I've been following MO's PCP page, and my goodness she has some amazing images!!!

Scrapping Julie said...

your coloring is AWESOME. i love that spit happens!

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Hi peggy. ;) these cards are so cute! and your coloring is wonderful as always. :) I hope you have a great week my friend!

Jennifer Scull said...

you do such a beautiful job with all of Mo's artwork! I need to get more and get going on it, too! so glad you helped get Mo going in the digi-world! thank you! :)

Dru said...

This baby card is so cute Peggy - love the sentiment - very sweet!

Favorite Quotes

"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel". - Maya Angelou

Visitors since March 2009

Blog Created by KLM Designs. For more information please contact me at klmdesignsofnh@yahoo.com

  © Blogger templates Newspaper III by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008

Back to TOP