Naughty or Nice?…

Hello

I recently had a play with Newtons Nook Designs Naughty or Mice. As you can see I became rather addicted!

I started by stamping out a few of the images from the set and colouring them with alcohol markers. I then hand cut them and arranged into groups for card fronts. I used heat set foam and enamel accents to add details to the stamped images. Next step was to work out the style of card. I used foam tabs to raise each little creature.

First up I have a couple of Diaroma Cards

Teamed with Floruishes Forest of Trees.
And in blue!

And a few more!

I used a Uniquely creative die and patterned paper to ground my mice in this one.

These are 3″x3″ mini cards layered onto a stitched circle die cut.

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Thank you for stopping

Cheers

Vicki

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14 thoughts on “Naughty or Nice?…

  1. You have stretched your coloured mice out beautifully with these cards Vicki! Such variety and so cute! Lovely to hear we will be enjoying a little more freedom in the coming days and weeks. Keep well!

    1. Thanks Ann. Yes more freedom, looking forward to getting out and about again visiting those places I haven’t been able to. It also means an end to the slower pace my household has become!

  2. These are so so adorable, Vicki! I’m telling you, these look like brilliant covers for children’s books! Well done, each and every one, and so beautifully colored! Thank you for sharing with everyone at NBUS! Keep well! Hugs, Darnell

  3. I love your description of the Christmas season πŸ™‚
    Thank you for joining the Christmas Card Throwdown.
    Hope to see you again in our new challenge as well πŸ™‚
    Majda DT

  4. oh my gosh, such pretty cards, love those adorable mice! thanks for joining our Creature Feature at Jingle Belles!

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