Saturday, 23 March 2013

A Moppet Story.....

Heather Valentin, the artist who created Lacy Sunshine, started a new collection of digi's called moppets that are the most melancholy sweeties you can find!

The one I have used today is called Millicent and I think she is adorable! She seems to merge Victorian urchin with goth street kid and is unique!

The Lacy Sunshine Challenge this week is lots of layers so I have layered my little moppet up in lots of burgundy and browns. My base card is Kraft card I have then added some burgundy card topped with some beige and burgundy paper that I got in a collection from Costco. I trimmed this up with some antique lace. I have used a Spellbinders label die to cut her out and the larger die to cut out the various layers that she is on with some added ribbons. I used some burgundy glitter card to cut the Moroccan motifs.

I coloured her up with Promarkers and used some Prisma pencils to add accents.

I hope you like my little moppet and I hope you will pop over to Lacy Sunshine and check out the fabulous digi's that are available!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you again soon!
I would like to enter this into the following challenge:


  1. Wow! This is so beautiful Laurian! I love how you've coloured her and she's been displayed so beautifully too.

    Thank you for joining us over at the Lacy Sunshine Challenge. Good luck.

  2. This is stunning Laurian, love the gorgeous layers and colour combination. Millicent looks beautiful.
    Thank you for joining us over at Lacy Sunshine for our challenge.

    Linda xxx

  3. This is a wonderful card. I love the way you've coloured Millicent. The papers and lace give an authentic vintage look x

  4. Aaw, she has such a cute expression and looks so adorable :) Lovely card!

  5. So wonderful. Great color comboand love the layers!

  6. Your card is ADORABLE!!! Love the colors you used! Thanks for participating in our LACY SUNSHINE challenge!! Hope to see you again next week!



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