Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Babushki!


*** edited to add supplies used-scroll down***

You probably wonder what in the world the title of this post means. It's the same thing as Matryoshka, it's how we used to call these dolls back home. I had few sets of these and used to play a lot with them. This stamp set brought a lot of childhood memories and I just had to have it.
Besides My Matryoshka set from the new occassions mini I used the pretty in pink satin ribbon and sweet pea designer paper, as well the scallop trim edge punch:)
Thanks for stopping by! I need to head to bed as it's almost 1am and I need to be at work in 6.5 hrs.
I will post the supplies later.








supplies:

stamps: My Matryoshka (occassions mini 2010)

ink and markers: old olive, taken with teal, sahara sand, so saffron, pretty in pink, rose red, staz on in jet black

paper: watercolor, sweet pea dsp(occassions mini 2010), old olive, so saffron, taken with teal, rose red, pretty in pink,

other: pretty in pink satin ribbon (occassions mini 2010), earth elements brads, playground buttons, aqua painter, scallop trim corner punch(occassions mini 2010)


5 comments:

  1. Congratulations! I just wanted you to know that your project will appear on the Yahoo Group Late Night Stamper’s blog finds of the day for December 10. Want to receive your own copy of the blog finds of the day? Join us at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/stampinuplnstampers/

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  2. that's awesome, Ilina! beautiful card! I'm glad they made a set you can relate to! I was wondering how many people would really relate to this one:0)

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  3. Ohhhh, there are millions of people that can relate to this set. I have a huge collection of the matryoshka and there are lots of collections around the world. So, I am now looking forward to adding an item to my collection!! :-D

    Ilina, this card is so beautiful, your watercoloring is stunning. Thanks for sharing your project with us and congratulations on making it to Yahoo's Find of the Day! :o)

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  4. I just love how you colored your dolls!!! I'm half Russian on my mother's side, and I wish I had a set of these dolls! I will have to do better with the coloring of mine after seeing yours!! I've only made one card with these and I was in a hurry!! LOL! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. oh, your card is amazing! The colors are fantastic and I love what you did with the corner punch. What a wonderful job you did with the watercoloring too! WOW!

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