Thursday, May 27, 2010


Hi Friends!
I am verrrrrrry happy that it's Thursday...because that puts us one day closer to Friday!! Are you doing something fun for the holiday weekend? I have a few things that I'm looking forward to, but for the most part we're going to be sticking around town---sometimes that's nice in and of itself!

Today I have one more Wild Sprout (yes, from Roll Call!) for you before we start showing sneak peeks for the June release at The Greeting Farm (I'm so excited to show you what's in store for the next month)!

This is Miko! I just love her! I think she has the most adorable little expression on her face. The instant I saw this paper, I knew that I was setting it aside for Miko's card. I really wanted to do a 3D butterfly and incorporate in some washi tape too. I really like how it turned out. It's a sweet "thank you" card. :)
Hope you have a great day and I'll see you back her tomorrow for another Fantastic FFF challenge (and a sneak peek)!


Judy McMullen said...

Hi Kadie! I just received my Roll Call stamps that I won! I am so excited to use them and so I'm visiting all the Farmers and Gardeners to get some inspiration. You're the first blog I'm visiting and I'm loving your MIKO! Wow! Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations. Love you!!!

Catherine said...

Hey! Blogger ate my comment. No fair.

Anywho, I was just saying that Roll Call was waiting for me yesterday afternoon. Thanks for using your Farmer powers to get it to me so quickly after the comment I left you. teehee

Aloha, Miko! What a cutie! This card is totally adorable, Kaders! Love your coloring and stitching. Fab papers & layout, too!

Hugs & love,

Kim Yu said...

Wow! You how you used buildings as the background! Gorgeous cards!

the whimsical butterfly said...

This is BEAUTIFUL!!! I'm so excited to see how you paired her w that beautiful butterfly and her skin color is fantastic! GORGEOUS girlie!

WickedPixie said...

Hi Kadie! This is so pretty! I love how you have colored her dress! :-)Traci

Mary Giles (OhioMary) said...

Awww...this is sooo sweet. I love th epinks and creams together. That butterfly is a beautiful addition.

Lorie said...

Beeeeauuuutiful!! Miko is a sweetie, and just beautifully colored on this pink and oh, so pretty card! Lovely, my dear!!

Tasha said...

Oh wow this is beautiful! The butterfly is such a wonerful embellishment and the colours are fabulous!
love tasha xx

Anita Hovey said...

Oh she's just beautiful! You always rock the TGF stuff.

SerenityCrafting said...

OMG all your cards are FABU love them. I just startd buying greeting farm stamps they are to die for LOL!!! But I have ran into a challenge with using the copic markers I have used arondondik ink and stazon and they bleed I also use water color paper so can you please tell me the secret to using the copic markers? thank you, Anna

SerenityCrafting said...

OMG your cards are awesome I love them all cant pick 1 over the other. But I just started buying the greeting farm stamps and they aer to die for. But I am running into problems using the copics bleeding and I have used the stazon ink and the aridondic ink on water color paper can you please tell me the trick?

Thank you, Anna

kadie said...

Hi Anna!
I wasn't sure how to contact you, so I will just answer your question here and hope that you look back to read it. :)
I have found that Copics are not the best with Stazon because they are not watercolor based. I use Memento Ink pads with Copics. You might try cardstock too with your Copics instead of watercolor paper--this might allow the colors to bleed a bit more into one another. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your very sweets comments!
HUGS, kadie