Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Warm Hello!

I hope everyone had a very fun & safe Halloween!  It was quite a busy evening for us! 

I'm very excited that it's finally starting to feel like Fall around here.  Our weather will be cooling down dramatically this week, and I think that is what has inspired me to kick off the first of November with these cozy mice!  I think the little mice with the hat and booties is just too cute.  I used this House-Mouse stamp called Warmth for Winter and colored the image using Copics.  The pattern paper is from a 6" x 6" Jillibean Soup mini pad called Dutch Mustard Soup.  The sentiment came from a Hero Arts set called messages.  I love the way this card turned out.  The final card size is 5 1/4" x 5 1/4".

Thank you for stopping by!

Materials/Supplies used -  Cardstock: Papertrey Ink (Dark Chocolate/Ripe Avocado), Stamps: House-Mouse Warmth for Winter & Hero Arts - Messages, Pattern Paper:  Jillibean Soup Dutch Mustard Soup 6 x 6 mini pad, Copic X-press it blending card paper, Copics, Ink:  Memento Ink-Tuxedo Black, Spellbinders Nestabilities:  Classic Scalloped Circles small & Standard Circles Large, Martha Stewart Punch, Ribbon: American Crafts


  1. Oh, Silvia!! That is just the SWEETEST card EVER!! I love it! As soon as our weather starts cooling I always get the urge to start a knitting or crocheting project. It just goes hand in hand with our winter, I guess! lol I can just see these fellas knockin' at my door, and wanting to come in out of the cold! haha I'll send them your way instead! Too cute! Love the design and the colors, and your coloring of course! Thanks for this one! :o)

  2. They're sooo cute! I love the papers and the way you used your punch on the green panels. Fall has definitely set in here. Love this card Sil! :-)

  3. Just a lovley card!
    I just found your blog and youtube-site and i will come by often from now on! I can't wait for more mice to be shown:)

    Love Mickaela

  4. so cute! Two of our daughters knit so this really makes me smile! Adorable creating!


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