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Tuesday, 3 February 2009

...a wee smiley face


Way back ages ago I hopped through a blog belonging to someone who had made a frankenstein card using the nestabilities. It stuck in my head and I'm sorry I can't put a name to it but it inspired me to make this for my big girl.

It's all PTI cardstock, and the stamps? Well they're all lurking in the wise owl set by Alli Miles, who excitingly will be designing more stamp sets this year!! can't wait, love her stuff!!!!!

I used brads to attach the ponytails so that I can make them move up and down!! My big girl (9!!! yikes!!) absolutely loved it.

Hope it tickles

19 comments:

  1. Claire this is briiliant, I hope you are submitting this to magazine's cause this is awesome!

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  2. How creative you are!!! I love this idea and know that my six girls will too. Now I'm off to find the label one dies!!!

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  3. Oh My Gosh!

    I *LOVE* this card. You are so very very clever. The stamps from Wise Owl, who would have thought? I hope you are submitting this, or at least showing Alli Miles, and Nichole your "mad skillz" with their stamps.

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  4. How CUTE is this. I need to make me one with red hair and freckles...lol

    Awesome creativity, Claire!

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  5. I can always count on coming here and seeing new creative ways to use supplies I already own, but never imagined using that way. It definitely tickles Claire. :-)

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  6. This is wonderful, I bet your daughter is thrilled with it. Kirsten.

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  7. This is simply the cutest, most creative thing I've seen today which says a lot because I've been blog surfing too much today.

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  8. You never cease to amaze me!!! This is SOOOOOO cute and clever! sure tickles me! TFS! I want to make an Asian one now. :)

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  9. What a cute card! You are so inventive! Thanks for sharing!
    Melissa

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  10. This is simply adorable. I think it would make simply darling party invites!

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  11. This is very cute! You are very talented when it comes to creating something that others don't think of. I love this.

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  12. How absolutely adorable!! My girls would love it too! :)

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  13. What a darling card! Your work is amazing~ I can't wait to try this out for my little one, she would love it!

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  14. Such a clever way to use those labels nestabilities. The little wispy strand of hair falling over the forehead is just the perfect finishing touch. Angela

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  15. This is absolutely fantastic!!!! how very clever!!!!!

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  16. How cute! Your mind must be churning with ideas all the time :-)

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  17. I haven't visited your blog in a few days...WOW...I've missed loads! And look at this adorable project! What a unique idea...brillian!

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