Thursday, April 23, 2020


Hi, There!!!

As some of you know,  I am trying to go thru all my old wooden stamps and trying to de-clutter - but I'll be darned each time I find a stamp and use it - then I don't want to part with it!!!!  This is not good!  Taking one step forward and 5 back!!!  LOL

So here is this little guy from PSX/Sugar & Mice.  No date on the stamp, but I know it is an oldie but goodie.   Just too cute and I plan to make a few more cards and change up the colors on his flower.  

The paper used is from SU/Best Dressed and the sentiment is from SU/Butterfly Gala.  I fussy cut this little guy - I want to call him Gus - I think I am thinking of the mouse in Cinderella and I thought he was so cute too;)  So Gus is colored with Copic Markers and popped up with 3D foam on a die-cut circle.  The ribbon is from my stash.

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  1. What a sweet mouse - the colors are so soft and pretty. Thanks for joining us over at The House that Stamps Built.

  2. This is so sweet!! I can see why you would have a hard time parting with this little cutie! Love the colors and the pretty papers you used, too! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

  3. What a pretty card and that image is so cute that I can see why you don't want to part with it!
    Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM and I hope you will join us again soon.
    Hope you are keeping well.
    Carol x

  4. Ack! This is so super cute! Just my style. That mouse is darling. You can't let it go. PSX stamps are collectors' items!

  5. Thanks for joining us at The House that Stamps Built! This is adorable! Your papers are lovely, too!

  6. Very cute and sweet card. I love the beautiful pattern paper. And the mouse is adorable! Great to see you in our gallery and hope you will join us again soon at the ATSM Challenges!! Please do visit my blog Paint Paper Scissors for more inspiration.
    Nandini – Design Team member, ATSM Challenges


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