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E is for Emily

Hi Friends,
Sandy here with my Scrapbook Stamp Society DT creation for you! The project I created is for my youngest  (5yr old) daughter, Emily. She helped with the color choices......okay, she told mama what to do with HER picture and wouldn't leave my side until I finished. We even had to add Stickles, lol.  She said it was "FABULOUS"!and loves it!  Hope you do to, so here it is....

I went with a 8x8 purple picture frame as my base. The coloring was all done with Prismacolor Pencils and Odorless Mineral Spirits. I also used Inkadinkadoo Stamping Gears for the stamping around the picture along with using the scallop square die to cut the frame for the image. I then finished the pictures with all the fun embellishments ie: paper roses, ribbon, Prima flowers, pink incking, Stickles and a little butterfly tag that says, So Pretty.

without the frame

Here is a close up of this wonderful image. You can find this digital stamp and many, many more at the Scrapbook Stamp Society store.

If you would like to purchase this digital stamp, please click on the image below
Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!


  1. Adorable! Love the really "girly" look!!!

  2. This is really lovely . I love the image

  3. I love it! Beautiful the way you colored it!

    Smiles Sher

  4. I absolutely love this image from Sherri, I am on her new My Bestie Deco Team, you should post this one to her site. I will try and find the link, Sherri likes to see all creations we do with her digis and decoupage sheets.

    If you have any problems email me at


  5. Sandy, I wanted to stop by to thank you for becoming my newest follower. And so glad I did, so I could see this beautiful project. My youngest is also five and she loves to watch me at my craft table. I'm sure your little Emily just thought this to be the best!!! I also saw that you are from Ohio. My husband moved us to Ohio 6 months ago as he is a pulpit minister. We are enjoying our new home, even the snow! Many blessings to you!

    Melissa M
    M Miranda Creations


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