Li’l Donkey and Little Susie

Today it’s my turn to post a Stampavie project and this time I have 2 to share.

The first one is a card with Michelle’s Li’l Donkey, a sweet digi image drawn by Tina Wenke.  Click here to find out how you can download this image and at the same time, help raise money for Michelle.  We appreciate all of your help and support!  And also thanks to all of you who are posting on your own blogs to help us spread the word!


Is this Berry Sweet paper not fun?  I love it!  And this layout is great for using up scraps!

My second project is a corner bookmark.  The directions to make these can be found here on the Splitcoast website.

I used one of my Lelo Designs images called Little Susie.  Her dress is just perfect for paper piecing!


This is a great project for pulling out your punches!  They really add a lot to the finished project.

I hope you are staying cool wherever you are.  We are having hot, hot, hot weather!  Not good for trying to get projects done outside.  LOL.

Have a fabulous day…stay in and stamp!  🙂

Li’l Donkey card:

stamps- Michelle’s Li’l Donkey by Tina Wenke for Stampavie, words by Hero Arts; paper- white, Saffron, brown, K&Company Berry Sweet; ink- Memento Black; accessories- Martha Stewart Eyelet Lace punch, Mega Curved Rectangle Nestabilities, buttons, thread, Stickles, Primas, Cuttlebug Vintage die.

Corner bookmark:

stamps- Lelo Designs Little Susie by Stampavie; paper- Bashful, white, Summer Sun, DCWV Blossoms and Butterflies; ink- Memento Black; accessories- Martha Stewart Monarch Butterfly and Garden Trellis punches, EK Success Retro Flower and small flower punches, Stickles.

4 responses to “Li’l Donkey and Little Susie

  1. Too darn cute for words!

  2. Beautiful colorful and fun! Love your bright and happy cards and those darling images.

  3. That is one happy little donkey! 🙂 SO cute! I love the papers too! And the little girl is sweet as can be!

  4. Love your cards and Michelle’s Li’l Donkey image in particular. It’s such a wonderful thing that you and Stampavie are doing to help Michelle. I just learned of Michelle’s accident and would like to send her a card – as I’m sure a lot of folks would. Is there a P.O. Box or something where we can send cards to her?

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