May 29, 2009

Dr's Orders

It's Friday and time for another sketch from Taylor - TECC70. I can't believe she's done 70 sketch challenges already! I'm also joining in on the Two By Two challenge over at Stampin' Out Alzheimers. Very fun!

For this card I'm using a lot of paper-piecing with Doctors Orders - isn't this little cuppie so cute in her gorgeous bed? I thought it would be fun to have her in chocolate polka dot jammies. I added some Mini & Micro Twinkle Dots from a.muse to the little flowers on the comforter. I sure wouldn't mind relaxing and resting today, for sure!

Hop on over and check out the challenge - see you back soon!

recipe -
stamps: doctors orders (taylored expressions)
ink: memento rich cocoa, pretty in pink stampin' write marker, close to cococa stampin' write markers, copic markers
paper: close to cocoa, regal rose, pretty in pink, whisper white cardstock, retired valentine's dsp
accessories: regal rose 5/8" grosgrain ribbon, mini/micro twinkle dots (a.muse), rectangle/scallop & circle/scallop nestabilities (spellbinders), stampin' dimensionals


  1. This so SO cute! And I love the paper piecing - precious! :)

  2. I love your card - I like that we both chose the same main image and paper pieced it! Your bed covers look much prettier than mine though LOL! You don't know how close I was to using the Doctor's Orders stamp for my circle too - now that would've just been freaky! especially as I've also used ribbon on mine too..I swear I didn't see this before I made mine - honest!
    P.S Thanks so much for your 'sweet' comment on my blog!

  3. Fabulous!!! Love this especially the colour...LOL!!! It's just gorgeous and bound to put a smile on the face of anyone feeling a little under the weather.

    xx SJ

  4. Super cute! I love the paper piecing!

  5. LOVE all the pink! Even though the cuppie is sick, she's still a cutie!

  6. This is so gosh darn adorable! I love it.

  7. sooo cute! love the papers you used with it!!

  8. I love the pretty bed linens! Haha, what a great idea. I never would've thought to do that. Thanks for the ideas and inspiration!