Thursday, May 17, 2012

Sugarplums Beach Kit Preview Day 2

Welcome to another preview of a special mid-month release of a Sugarplums Beach Kit sold only at All That Scraps. The kit is a set of nine stamps which includes four Sugarplum girls in various poses and is the usual beautifully deep etched red rubber. The set comes attached to gray ez-mount foam, ready to be cut out. As an added bonus the kit is 20% off May 17-31. After the 31st the kit will revert back to regular price. 

Today's card features another Sugarplum girl. I combined her with the crab which is yet another image in the kit. Both were cut out with Spellbinders Nestabilities and colored with Copic markers. I patterned paper is all from the Bo Bunny Barefoot and Bliss 6x6 pad from last year. An oversized flower and a button provided the finishing touches.

Products: C.C. Designs stamps, Bo Bunny dp, PTI button, Prima flower, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Copic Markers
Copics: Skin-E00, E01, E11, R20; Hair-E50, E51, E53; Bathing Suit-B21, B23, B26, Y13, Y15; Sand-E41, E42, E44; Crab-YR12, YR14, YR16; Shadows-BG0000, BG01 

This collection will be available for purchase at the All That Scraps store today, May 17. Be sure to check out the All That Scraps blog for even more previews.

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  1. To Cool! Wish I was at the beach right now but stuck at home with the flu:-(
    Hugs, Dangina

  2. So adorable! I love the pop of dark blue paper.

  3. Boy, between you and Amy I am so going to have to work some overtime this payday. I just think these little sugar plums are just adorable and your card just makes her shine even more. ATS and the surgar plums were the first rubber stamps I ever colored our bought, and I really need to get back into them. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Lisa g

  4. So pretty Nancy! I lvoe how you did the crab and button!

  5. Beautiful design and card on this one Nancy... I love how all of the different scalloped circle elements cascade across the front of the card. And your coloring is just awesome! :)

  6. What a sweet card, Nancy! You did a beautiful job coloring up these darling images! Love that button, too! :D