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Little Girl Agenda with Amy

Hello everyone! Amy here, and today I'm sharing a fun birthday shaker card featuring the super cute Little Girl Agenda set.

I stamped the images, colored them with Copic markers, and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. 

I trimmed heat resistant acetate and smooth Bristol paper to 4-1/4" x 5-1/2". Then, using the Grid Window Creative Cuts, I die-cut white cardstock. In preparation for stamping the sentiments from Mini Messages, I laid the acetate inside the Misti and applied some powder using the EK Powder Tool. Next, I put the die-cut grid window frame on top, stamped the sentiments as shown with Versmark ink and heat embossed it with black embossing powder.

To add different colors to the background panel, I laid the die-cut grid window frame again, this time on top of the trimmed Bristol paper. I lightly traced each square with a pencil. Using the outlines as a guide, I inked it with Peacock Feathers, Picked Raspberry, and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Inks as shown.

I adhered the prepared acetate behind the Grid Window frame, and also added a layer of foam adhesive around each square in order to separate the sequin colors. I added sequins in each square, and mounted the background panel on top. Lastly, I adhered all the images to the top of the card. 

Mama Elephant supplies used:
Little Girl Agenda: for the images
Mini Messages: for the sentiments
Grid Window Creative Cuts: for the shaker widow frame

Thank you for stopping by! 


Little Girl Agenda With Anna

Hello! Today Anna is on Mama Elephant's blog and I want to show my card I made with June's release stamp set - Little Girl Agenda
And also I added here Grid Window cover die from the same release. I like how this two products work together! The girls are so tiny, so you can add as many of them as you want!)
  Mama Elephant Designer Series: Little Girl Agenda @akossakovskaya @mamaelephant #cardmaking #mamaelephant

I always start the work with the preparing of the main charters for my cards. So I stamped, colored and die cut six tiny girls. No special logic in the selection, I just took those figures that I liked. And also I white embossed the sentiment on the green card stock.

  Mama Elephant Designer Series: Little Girl Agenda @akossakovskaya @mamaelephant #cardmaking #mamaelephant 
With the cloud stencil and four Distress inks colors I made the background and with the foam tape adhered the front panel. And then I added all other details and also some crystal sequins. Have a good day!

  Mama Elephant Designer Series: Little Girl Agenda @akossakovskaya @mamaelephant #cardmaking #mamaelephant

The card supplies list: Mama Elephant stamps: Little Girl Agenda, the sentiment from Hello Friend Wishes Mama Elephant creative cuts: Little Girl Agenda coordinating dies, Grid Window, the sentiment is embossed on the speech bubble from Framed Tags - Park Avenue

 Other: white and green card stock, black inks for stamping, Tombow Dual Brush pens for coloring, white embossing powder for the sentiment, Distress Inks: Carved Pumpkin, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn, Distress Sprayer for spots, clouds stencil, sequins for decorating, the glue, the foam tape.


Little Girl Agenda with Pamela

Good morning everyone! This is Pamela at Mama Elephant's blog with a project using Little Girl Agenda and the large Grid Window creative cuts. The first thing I did was stamp a few of these cuties out and coloured them with my copics. 

DS - Little Girl Agenda - 1 

 Then I blended my card base with pink, yellow and blue, flicked some white paint and water onto the colours and let the magic work it's way through the colours. Next, I die cut a piece of cardstock with the Grid Window creative cuts. Because I usually create smaller cards (3.5x5), I decided to offset the grid window since I couldn't fit the entire window on my card. 

DS - Little Girl Agenda - 2 

 I adhered the grid window using some foam tape so I could create a shaker card with 2 of the windows. 

DS - Little Girl Agenda - 3 

And there you have it! Since I don't have a lot of complete windows, I only put glitter into 2 of the complete ones so they don't spill everywhere. 

DS - Little Girl Agenda - 4 

Can you see the glitter behind these little girls? 

DS - Little Girl Agenda - 5 

 Supplies: Stamp sets: Little Girl Agenda, Wishing You  


Little Girl Agenda with Laura

Hi there! Laura here and today I'm sharing a project featuring the sweet Little Girl Agenda set.

Mama Elephant-Little Girl Agenda 
To begin I stamped the Little Girl Agenda images with Memento ink and colored them with Copics. Then I used the coordinating Little Girl Agenda creative cuts to die cut the images out.

Mama Elephant-Little Girl Agenda 

I used one of the Frame Tags-Chelsea creative cuts to create the opening on soft gray cardstock. 

Mama Elephant-Little Girl Agenda 
For the sentiment I use one of the Trio Winow Cover creative cuts with several colors of yardstick and popped them up onto the window panel. 

Mama Elephant-Little Girl Agenda 
Sending you big, colorful hugs today! Thanks so much for stopping by!


Little Girl Agenda with Deasy

Hi everyone! It's Deasy here.Today I want to share my card for Mama Elephant using Little Girl Agenda. This stamp set is so cute so I combine it with All Prettied Up Creative Cuts to make a fun happy card!

Mama Elephant supply that I'm using :
Little Girl Agenda for the girls image
Little Girl Agenda Creative Cuts to die cut the girls image
Grid Window Creative Cuts to die cut the windows
All Prettied Up Creative Cuts to die cut the box
Mini Messages for the sentiment using silver embossing powder

I stamp the images, color it using copic then die cut it. To color the background, I'm using Distress Ink Spun Sugar, Tumbled Glass and Squeezed Lemonade with blending tool then splash water with my brush. I add some clear sequins for the embellishment.

Thank you so much for stopping by and happy crafting!


Melania Deasy