Love you tutu much!

Hello and welcome!

I am back today to share my latest design team card for I Am Roses.

This image I chose today is this little cutie from Penny Black Stamps called Tutu Sweet. She was perfect to pair with lots of pretty flowers from I Am Roses.

I stamped this darling image on plain white card stock using Momento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored her with the following colored pencils.


Skin: 1081, 1092, 939, 997, 927, 938
Hair: 946, 1082, 1034, 942, 1012, 140
Pinks: 930, 929, 928, 1013, 938
Lips: 1031, 929
White Gel Pen

The gorgeous I Am Roses flowers I used on my card are:

R2-15 -Mini 1/4″ or 1 cm White Paper Open Roses
R19-518 – Small 1″ White – Soft Pink EDGE Variegated
S10m-15 – Size 5/8″ or 1.5 cm – Small Achillea Cottage – WHITE
R8-518 – Size 5/8″ or 1.5 cm White – Pink EDGE Open Roses
R2-518/v – Mini 1/4″ or 1cm White – Soft Pink EDGE Variegated
D2-518V – Small 1″ Fussy Daisy White -Soft pink EDGE (A)
R43-15 – Peony 2″ or 5 cm White Paper Flower
T1-15 – White Mini Artificial Paper Crafts Rosebuds
LY3-15 – White Small Lily Paper Flowers   

Although it’s hard to see in the photographs, I added Star Dust Stickles to the tutu ruffles, the heart on her little tutu, and to the edges of the largest white flower. I added a few half-backed pearls to add a little something special.

As always, you can find an abundance of gorgeous flowers for sale here.

Remember to join in the fun and enter your I Am Roses creations in the I Am Roses Challenge Blog. Amazing prizes are available!  We would love to see your creations.

Thanks for visiting today!

Crafty Hugs – Pam xx

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