Billy - Repeat Impressions SOTW

Meet Billy - he's this week's Stamp of the Week at Repeat Impressions which means YOU can purchase him at 50% off! Visit The House That Stamps Built to see all the fabulous creations and find all the deets on the discount!

Seems like just about everybody created a "scene" with Billy. I had something totally different in mind, but it didn't work out - but I knew I wanted a "miss you" type card; so I decided to use the kite...reminds of when kids are little and they let something go and the wind takes it up...up...and away! Our youngest daughter 'accidentally' let our oldest daughters balloon go when they were very young - oh my, you would have thought the world was coming to an end - LOL!

Anywho, I stamped Billy on GKD's 120 lb. white paper and paper pieced his overalls and the kite. The rest was colored with Copics. I sponged in the sky and dirt.

I stamped the "Miss You Friend" directly onto the twill ribbon using Memento Rich Cocoa ink, added a button, some chocolate baker's twine and we're good...he's sad...but good!


Thanks for looking; hope you have a GREAT week! Hugs, ~M.

Stamps: Repeat Impressions Billy, PTI's Mixed Messages, Kim Hughes Little Gal
Papers: PTI Kraft, GKD 120 lb. White
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black & Rich Cocoa
Accessories: Copics, twill ribbon, button, chocolate baker's twine


joy said...

Great card! It evokes many happy memories of flying kites in West Texas. Great paper piecing and sponging!

Ayana Posadas said...

I love how you added the kite to the card. Such a cute detail. Great card and great job with the stamp!

Harriet Skelly said...

Michelle - this is such a great card - you really get the feeling of missing someone with that kite flying away! Well done!

Makiko Jones said...

Oh Michele, your scene is fantastic!! I love the kite flying in the sky! Great colors and coloring!

Lynette said...

Cool card, Michele! I think we have a kite in our garage to fly. I guess we forgot about it again this spring:)

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Very cute scene, Michele!

Julie said...

So pretty! Love how you did the sky!!!