Wednesday, July 28

CUTE Cuties for a Cause CARDS

Hi!! It's my last post as Guest Designer for Deedee's Digis, so as soon as I saw the CUTIES FOR A CURE digi set, I knew just exactly how to 'GO OUT' with a 'BANG'!!  YEP, I saw this set and immediately starting pairing these mini-digis into sets!  You only see 9 of the 12 digis here on this post, but if you CLICK HERE you will see the remaining three (the frog, dinosaur and doggy) on another card I made earlier this week!

Aren't these just so fun?  I used just black and white for base colors, matched my ribbon to my stamped sentiment and colored in the images using my Copic markers (of course!!).  SIMPLE and STYLISH, don't 'cha think?  AND if you know me, I am NOT about 'simple', although I would like to think I am somewhat 'stylish'! HA!!  And when you purchase this digi set, the proceeds go the the National Childhood Cancer Foundation!  Isn't that great?  I THINK SO!!

Many HUGE thanks to my GALPAL, DEEDEE!!!!!!!!!!!!  I feel so blessed to have been asked to guest-design for you and have enjoyed every minute!  I wish you all the best with your new digi-store and KNOW that you will be a HUGE success!! 

Happy Crafting!!


Karin said...

So totally cute and I love the border punch too!

Anonymous said...

OH Nicole these cards are just ADORABLE!!

Deedee Anderson said...

What a fun collection of cards you have made, Nicole! Each is so cheery, and I *love* how you sorted the images into sets -- very clever of you! That border punch makes such a great accent. Thank you for being such a fantastic Guest Designer for us this month, and for putting such enthusiasm and joy into all of your creations. Love ya, my friend! Hugs, Deedee

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Super cute set of cards, Nicole!! I love the clean & simple design!! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Whimsie Doodles...Miss you girlie!!

Joy said...

what sweet cards, love them, thanks for playing the Whimsie doodles Wednesday challenge!

ERICA said...

These are adorable! I hope you don't mind if I "lift" them. :-)