Great news today, Lizzie Anne Designs is releasing 8 new Little Bits™ stamp sets and 8 new Simply Singles™ today! If you’ve already seen the Sneak Peek, you know how much fun these stamps are. If you haven’t, you need to check out all the new releases at Lizzie Anne Designs.

This first card I have to show you is using the new release, High Hellos, which was colored with Copic markers. I had enough scraps left of some BasicGrey Blush to sew together a background. All the edges of the paper were sponged with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. The image panel was also sponged and then sewn together with a layer of the Blush and Chocolate Chip. The sentiment medallion was made by gluing more scraps onto a thin chipboard coaster and then cut out with the Cuttlebug. Both the image panel and the medallion are raised on mounting tape.

High Hopes Cone Bday

Stamps: High Hellos by Lizzie Anne Designs

Paper: SU Chocolate Chip, BasicGrey Blush, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White

Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black, Tim Holtz Ranger Vintage Photo Distress Ink

Accessories: Copic Markers, Sewing Machine, Chipboard Coasters, Cuttlebug, May Arts and Offray Ribbon, Mounting Tape

The second card is made with the new release, Cowboy and Howdy. Of course, I colored the image (with Copic markers) first, had a color scheme picked out, and then changed it. So if you are wondering why there is red and blue on the cowboy and green in the paper – that why! The card is SU Chocolate Chip, but the designer paper is Wanted by Cosmo Cricket. All the edges are sponged with Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink and then sewn to a panel of Chocolate Chip. When I’m sewing on a card, I’ve been sewing all the layers together on a panel that is the same color of the actual card. Don’t know why, but I really don’t want the sewing to show when you open the card and then I can layer and play around with the background as much as I want. Anyhoo, I thought I would play more with some of the stitches on my sewing machine and found one that I thought looked a little western, and that’s what I used to sew the image and sentiment panels.

LAD Cowboy

Stamps: Cowboy and Howdy by Lizzie Anne Designs

Paper: SU Chocolate Chip, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, Cosmo Cricket Wanted

Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black, Tim Holtz Ranger Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink

Accessories: Copic Markers, Sewing Machine, Sakura Gelly Roll Glitter Pen, Hodgepodge Hardware, Mounting Tape, Hemp Twine

12 Responses to “New Releases from Lizzie Anne Designs!”

  1. Oh my gosh, these are both GREAT! I really need to invest in those Copic markers!


  2. Cute, cute, cute! Love the cowboy!

  3. Amazing cards…I just love how fun they are! TFS

  4. You have become the “Goddess of Sewing” to me. I so want to try it (don’t pardon the pun) and don’t yet have a machine. Oh, wait… there is this dinky little machine in a box somewhere… maybe time to dig it out? Don’t think it has many stitches, though… hmmmm…

  5. OOOOH, these are both soooo darling! I LOVE the papers and colors of the first one…wait…I love the bottom equally too! I just love them both! :)

  6. These cards are just so beautiful! The ice cream cone is verrrry yummy looking. Just love your stitching. Thanks for such pretties!

  7. Love them both! The colors on the first are so pretty, and the stitching on the cowboy are perfect!

  8. Both of these are so awesome, Sherry!! I love the papers, sewing…everything!!

  9. Wow! Are these cute, or what? Dang! I love them both!!

  10. These are both fabulous! Love your coloring and how cute is that cowboy:)!

  11. These cards are just way too cute — absolutely love them both — the stitching adds so much!!!

  12. *LOVE* that ice cream cone HB card!!! Love the colors, love the stamp, love the paper, love the stitching!!!

    Can I be as BAAAAAD as you when I grow up??? ~ K

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