Sunday, January 2, 2011

New Singles

Happy New Year!! I'm starting the year off, posting some samples made with the newly released Lizzie Anne Designs Simply Singles.

My first sample uses Love You a Latte. I've made a little 3 x 6 card using some random patterned papers from an unknown collection (gift with purchase from Eclectic Paperie). I've pieced my cup and saucer with Blushing Bride, and pieced the latte fluid with Copic-colored white paper and some Liquid Appliqué. This time I've puffed the Appliqué with my heat tool, and it looks yummy! Isn't that little heart-shaped foam just darling?

Stamps: Love You a Latte (LAD Simply Singles)
Card Stock: White, Blushing Bride, Patterned Paper ? (gift from Eclectic Paperie)
Ink: Rich Cocoa, Copic Markers
Accessories: Oval & Deckled Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Liquid Appliqué

Up next is a more masculine card featuring the new Wise Man's Treasure single. I've used Crumb Cake and my Basics White Pad of patterned paper from BasicGrey. The dies I've used are both from My Favorite Things Die-namics collection. Bitty Brads from CTMH are used to accent the label.
Stamps: Wise Man's Treasure (LAD Simply Singles)
Card Stock: Crumb Cake, Basics White pad (BasicGrey)
Ink: Rich Cocoa
Accessories: Bittly Brads (CTMH), Die-namics (MFT), Scotch Foam Tape

Thanks for stopping by!! I hope you all had a fun and safe holiday season!! Back to the 'ole routine tomorrow. ;)

Thanks for visiting!

19 comments:

Melissa said...

Super cute Rose Ann! You know this girl can't resist coffee images!

Many Blessings,
M.

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

awesome cards RoseAnn! I love the heart shapes in the cocoa!

Michele said...

Love both of these!! Happy New Year to you and your family!

Cindy Haffner said...

Love your note book die, looks FAB!!

Bev Gerard said...

What a clever use of the LA for the latte! Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

Great masculine approach indeed!

Happy New Year, Rose Ann!

~Bev

Jerri Jimenez said...

Totally fabulous designs Rose Ann! I especially love the Latte card . . . yummy!

Diane said...

Two sweet cards! Going to make myself a coffee,even though that latte looks yummy,thinking,too many calories! Lol!
Have a great week!
Got your beautiful card last friday I guess,but just went to the mailbox today.Thanks so much!
I didn't have the energy to make lots of cards this year and couldn't send one and not to all my blogging buddies so will catch up next year!
Thanks again my friend,really appreciate it! xoxo

Lori said...

Yes, that heart in the foam is adorable, especially with the applique! Love the masculine card, just perfect for a husband.

fran said...

Love the heart in the coffee cup! Cute idea to use LA. Happy New Year!

ChristineCreations said...

Very cute Rose Ann! Love the masculine time stamp and the notebook end!

jackiestamps4fun said...

Yes, that heart shaped cream is too cute! Love the papers, too!

Your 2nd card is so perfect for a man - I especially love that stamp on the shaped die! Of course I love the colors, too!

Great job, Rose Ann!

Joan B said...

these are both great. l love that coffee cup image and your second card is perfect.

Beate said...

Your cards look GREAT!
Happy New Year!
Hugs and smiles

Allison said...

Lovely! My fav is the one with the BG paper...that is a neat way to use that collection!

Tiffany said...

Great set of cards Rose Ann, love that cup of latter image, it's keeping me warm right now in this freezing cold... Happy New Year to you my friend, all the best to you!

Velta said...

Hello my friend! What a "yummy" card you have made here...Love your design and the colors make me want to get my coffee maker going...Happy New Year to you and yours :)

Dawn Easton said...

Oh Rose Ann, these are beautiful! Love seeing new goodies!

Susan (rainy) said...

Lovin' the LA in a yummy heart shape. Great masculine card, too. Happy New Year, Rose Ann!

Leslie Miller said...

The cup is so cute the way the swirlies form a heart! Love that! Love the CAS layout with the pretty papers, too. Your second card is utterly perfect for the image/sentiment, too. I have to say I can really identify with the statement that time is a treasure. I'm not a wise man, but any moment of unclaimed time is certainly something to treasure.