The first one is called Kiki with Dolly and is just so cute. I just had to have this one! It's wonderful how stamps can invoke memories and this one makes me smile as my son loved the beach when he was small.
I have tried to create the feeling of summer holidays using a number of dies - such as Film strip and ticket dies as well as the flowers and flourishes.
And the finished card.
The next one is called Little Curls and has to be my most wanted stamp - having seen it as a pencil sketch. I was just so pleased when it was made into a rubber stamp and had to use it straight away!
I'm not sure why I found it so compelling - maybe it's the wonder of being young and full of wonder! Or my son wouldn't thank me for
saying he had the most wonderful curly hair
which he still has of course and had he been
a girl could have had his hair styled just like this!
And now the finished card. I hope you think I have done this fabulous stamp justice!
And these final three are from her latest collection available here at Sweetpea stamps.
This one is called Sweet is Summer and is available as a singel stamp.
Again what can I say about this beautiful image - another one I was waiting for!
I love this image and how versatile it is to use by just changing the colour scheme and you have a totally different looking project. I love the bright vibrant colours you get in the summer and appear on swimming costumes - probably the only time we wear such bright colours together!My next card to share is Standing Pretty by Elisabeth Bell available here.
Another Cutie must have! Below is the finished card.
And the final one of this collection is Music Box.
All of these stamps are available as single stamps so if you've seen one you like why not pop over to the Sweetpea stamps on-line shop and check out the gorgeous stamps there!
Hope you have felt inspired and don't forget to check out the fabulous stamps at Sweetpea and all the wonderful talented artists there. Check back regularly here to see the DT inspiration.