I'm waiting patiently for my new Hero Arts stamps to arrive in the mail. In the meantime, I made a few cards with more (yep, you guessed it!) Pure Innocence digis.
My new favorite Nestabilities die is the nested blossom. I've used it here on all three cards, and I think it goes well with the Pure Innocence images.
These two digi images are now on sale at Heather Ellis' website . Pure Innocence clear stamps can also be found at My Favorite Things. The clear stamp sets come with sentiments, but the digi sizes can be played with--something I've learned to appreciate.
My daughter asked me to make some cards for a friend. I think I'll be making a set using Pure Innocence images since they're fast and fun to color--and I think I may have bought them all.
Stamps: Pure Innocence digital images, Hero Arts
Cardstock: Stampin Up, Papertrey Ink
Other: Nestabilities blossom dies, Cuttlebug embossing folder,
Sizzix embossing folder, Copic markers, sheer dot ribbon,
Inkssentials white pen, Martha Stewart butterfly punch,
pop dots, K&Co pillow stickers