Fun with Rain Boots

Hello everyone!

***Cricut Cartridge Sneak Peeks have been posted to the Imagination Land Blog here!!*** 
This is my first post of the day. I will be posting our weekly design team hop later today so stay tuned :O)

PUPPY EMMA UPDATE: Thank you all for your well wishes for my puppy Emma. She is supposed to be coming home this morning, we should be able to pick her up in about 2 hours. When we talked with the vet yesterday after her surgery, they said that she was recovering well and already eating and drinking. Hopefully my little baby will be healed quickly and be able to adjust to her new one-eyed life! I will keep you all updated.

A few days ago, I started playing around with my signature and shopping list section and you will see what I came up with below! I wanted it to match my bloggity better, and I made it a little more compact. I have also updated my watermark since my name will be changing in less than two weeks!! EEK!! What do ya think?

So. . . I have been having SOOOOOO MUCH FUN using the brand new SP and Company Stamps that will be available the first week of January!! Pre-orders are already being placed and you can pre-order already if you want to be one of the first to get your hands on these beautiful stamps!!

My card today features one of my absolute favorite stamp sets ever: SP and Company Rain Boots Stamp Set! I love the rain boots!

What is AWESOME about this stamp set is that it comes with little decorative shapes so that you can customize the boots!! SO CUTE!

The January stamps are now on their way to me so they should arrive on time to those of you who pre-ordered!! I can’t wait to see what you make with these!

I used the little heart stamp to decorate these beauties.

Made using the Cricut Expression & Cricut cartridges.

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The sentiment is also a part of this set.

The patterned paper is from Echo Park paper company.

I also used some Stampin’ UP cardstock: Regal Rose and Daffodil Delight. I paper pieced the boots together from different colors of cardstock.

The ink was Stampin’ UP Basic Black and Pretty in Pink classic inks.

The shape around the boots was cut from the Cricut Martha Stewart All Occasions Cake Art cartridge.

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One thought on “Fun with Rain Boots

  1. I love the signature – it seems to be a perfect fit! Glad to hear that Emma is bouncing back. That was probably harder on you. The card is really cute! I am giving myself a gift of a couple of days to do what I want (stamp), so will be getting my Sami-stamps out and playing. Can’t wait.

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