Friday, February 28, 2014

Hoppy Easter

Happy Friday! Here is my last post for Sister Stamps. I used two images, Kimie (Release #21) and Masa (Release #6). I colored Kimie the same way as my first post, Masa is colored with Copics and paper pieced with Origami paper.

I created a little Easter scene using both images. I thought it would be cute to use the Origami paper for the cloud die cuts. My sentiment "Hoppy Easter" was stamped individually with alpha stamps. I also fussy cut and colored eggs from the Masa image as an added embellishment.
You can watch my Copic Video of Masa on my YouTube Channel here

I hope that you have enjoyed all my projects using the images from Release #21, available March 1st. For a list/link of the retailers carrying Sister Stamps, go to their blog.

As always, see what the others created today:


I wanted to say a big THANK YOU to Sister Stamps for allowing me the opportunity to be  Guest Designer for this release. I hope that I made some of you new fans of their awesome stamps!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Neenah Solar White CS
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
Versafine Black Onyx Ink
Avocado Arts - Avocado Type
Black CS
Origami Paper
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen
Pebbles Inc. Pearlescent Shimmers Chalks
Memory Box - Puffy Clouds Die
Quickutz 2x2 Single Grass Clump Die
Doodlebug Design Inc. - 4Stamps/4 Dies Framelits 659093
Dimensional Pop Dots
(Skin) E00/E11/BV00 
(Hair) C5/C7/C9/B39
(Outfit) C9 - Rest is Paper Pieced
(Bunnies) C3/B0000
(Eggs) V09/V12/V15
(Easter Basket) C3/C5/C7/C9
Kimie Image (See last blog post)


  1. Aww this is an adorable scene. The washi paper clouds is brilliant! I'm a new fan of you Jo! So glad Sister Stamps asked you to be a guest designer. You've shared so many cute and fun ideas! Thank you!

  2. how sweet! kimie and masa look great together!

  3. So pretty! Love the bright bold colors you've chosen to use...great change up from the usual Easter pastels. Thank you for your fabulous video much to learn about coloring with Copics...thank you too, for listing the colors you've used...really helps a fumbling beginner like me!