Sunday, February 24, 2013

Inky Antics Millie the Mouse





Meet Millie Mouse!

Today I am showing you another  project I made while being the February Guest Designer for Inky Antics! (sniff sniff). Although it is my last official post as the Guest D over on the Inky Antics blog, it won't be my last Inky Antics creations. I have lots more coming your way!

I could not decide which Millie to make first...you can let Miller be a nurse, a birthday girl, a baker, holding flowers or an envelope (and with matching hats or hair bows AND great sentiments all in one set)-this is such a versatile stamp set...I had a great time with Millie Mousie Clear Set (and I have several more cards coming your way with it too)

You can have a chance to win this set if you hop over to the Inky Antics blog and leave a comment before February 27th-how cool is that???


Nurse Millie
I made this fun little medical bag for a little friend that was in a childrens hospital in the big city. It was hard on her family to be out of town, so I thought this would cheer her up! Inside I put all kinds of little girl type fun 'stuff'-Princess stickers, Barbie bandaids, cherry lip gloss, hair clippies, and Fairy kleenex! I am sure she will have fun with all these $1 store treasures!


I attached Millie to the lid of the medical bag so she would not get lost!  Hang on Millie.............

I colored Millie with copics and paper pieced her heart filled nurse's uniform with some Bo Bunny paper. I made the first aid cross with my Silhouette software.

I have another friend that had knee surgery and I made him a Doctor's bag and filled it with a bag of pistachio's-he loved it! Nurse Millie cheers everyone up!

I want to say Thank You to Jackie Wamhoff (owner of Inky Antics)  for inviting me into her circle of friends and designers-it was great fun!

Enjoy your weekend and I will see you tomorrow with some House Mouse bunnies!


 You can see this over at the Inky Antics Blog today as well! 



♥ Sue



card details:

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Stamps:
Millie Mousie Clear Set 10951MC(drawn by Tammy De Young)
Cardstock: Bazzil Black and Red and Bo Bunny Crush DP
Copics:

Millie: C 1,2,3,4 R20  E00,11
BandAid: E93,95,97
Misc: Twine, dimensionals
Silhouette:
Round Top Heart Box file by Samantha Walker

 


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12 comments:

Sandy Ang said...

oh what a sweet thing to do. I'm sure your little friend will be enormously cheered by this lovely gift.

Elena said...

What a wonderful idea to cheer up your friend! I love this mouse stamp! And your creativity too!

Donna Ellis said...

What a darling "get well kit" for a child. And I can just visualize the same for anyone, placing sweet little goodies in there for get well wishes. Thanks for sharing a wonderful idea!

Deloris said...

Fabulous get well gift! Love that sweet little mousie. So many fun ways to use her.

Cheryl First said...

Oh my goodness! That little Millie Mouse is precious! I LOVE the medical bag you created with her! Someone will certainly have a smile on their face when they receive it! Super job!

Sandra H said...

Oh this is brilliant just love your Millie Mouse image just so cute!! x

sue morris said...

Hooooow CUTE!! Look at sweet little Millie! hehe Fantastic coloring too!!!

Alison Scott said...

Such a cute stamp set. You have made some beautiful items using them.
Just to let you know I finished and blogged my Christmas wreath from WOYWW.

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Oh yes...fab gift for get well!Brilliant and lot of time and thought went into this ...a great friend you are!

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Oh yes...fab gift for get well!Brilliant and lot of time and thought went into this ...a great friend you are!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, how cool! I love the looks of this darling stamp set and, of course, you had to go and make that awesome medical bag to go with it. This is just wonderful! You're doing a great job of spreading cheer. I know these gifts were much appreciated.

Glenda Atkins said...

What an awesome project, love the little doctors bag and 'Millie Mouse'. You create the most marvellous things Sue,I'm always wondering what you are up to next:O)!
hugs
glenda

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