June 17th with Kinda Cute Digi Stamp

Here you will see that I made a super cute Teacher gift. I didn’t take a photo of the back but I made a little pocket on the other side for a gift card.

This is the little box of Lindt Chocolate. I received the box in one of my many monthly Stamp Kits 🙂

Here is the finished gift using the “School Girl” Digital stamp from Kinda Cute Stamps. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me Pdesmaraisdesigns.com is the name of my blog. Hope to see you soon 🙂


Acrylic Paint Pours – Messy but oh so fun!!!!

This is the 2nd Paint Pour I have ever done, we won’t talk about my first one 🙂

I just love the look of the Gold Metallic with all the different blues. It doesn’t have as many cells as I would have liked, but I’m still in the learning stage. If you have any questions please just ask.

Happy Friday Oddball Fans

I’m back with another awesome digital stamp by Oddball Art. How could you not LOVE these stamps??? They are super spooky and cute!! Don’t forget if you use my code PAU1 you will get a Buy 2 Get one FREE

This is the newest stamp by Oddball Art “The Pet Sematary”

I also added this really cute digital stamp also from Oddball Art to spice up the “Pet Sematary”

His name is “Big Juicy Tears” and he is free when you sign up for the “Creepy Cute Chronicles” along with a ton of other digital stamps 🙂

This is my finished piece. It is an 8 x 8 picture that will be framed and hung on someone’s wall 🙂

Here is a couple of close-ups. Hope you like it. Sorry there is no direction this time, but feel free to ask any questions and I will get back to you asap 🙂

Happy June 10th with a Kinda Cute Digi Stamp

I am here today to introduce my first card as the month of June Guest Designer for Kinda Cute Stamps by Patricia

I just love this sweet little “Ballerina dancing digital stamp” I printed the image on X-Press It white paper. Then used my Copic Markers to color her in. I used a 4 x 6 card base and a slightly smaller piece of the X-Press It paper. I drew the background then popped the ballerina onto the front. I then used a small flap die to cut out a little door for the greeting.

Here is the little flap opened

This is the inside of the card. I used a little Tu-Tu die from my La La Land Stamp kit.

Then I used my Wink of Stella Pen and glittered up Tu-Tu, I just love how she came out. I hope you enjoy my card and my mini tutorial. I will be posting another card on June 17th. Drop by again anytime!! Pdesmaraisdesigns.com

It’s Saturday Oddball Art Lovers

I have a new creation to show you all and I really hope you like it!! Don’t forget if you like what you see. Sign up for “Creepy Cute Chronicles” to get a new free stamps in every Newsletter. Also, access the images you missed & find exclusive images that you can’t get anywhere else! Lets not forget if you use my special code PAU1 you get a discount (Buy 2 Get 1 free)

Here is Digital Stamp Whimsical Big Eye Alice In Wonderland Alice Image No.324

Who doesn’t love Alice in Wonderland anyway??? She doesn’t look like much right now but oh the things you can do!!

And did I mention the little white Rabbit he is Digital Stamp Alice In Wonderland Stamp White Rabbit Please Image No. 325 and he is so super cute!!

Then I made this cute little box and stuck them in but it still looked a little bit plain

So I added a few Nuvo Drops and a couple of little cream colored flowers.

Oddball Art has more in there Alice in Wonderland Series so I’m thinking of getting the rest and adding them to this project, If I do I will show you when it’s done 🙂


Welcome to another addition to Oddball Friday!!

Check out this sweet and scary little lost sheep (not sure why there is a hint of blue on him 😦 but he was very fun to color!

I just think this little guy is the cutest!!! So you see on the right I just quickly colored him up with my Copic Markers. To outline his wool I used N0 and N3 and N5 and N7 to color his face, hooves and ears. The little worm coming out of his ear is way too cute, I used G5, G43, Y18 and Y11. I used R24 and R29 for his big cut and B91 and B32 for his big eyes. Very quick and simple, it took me about 10 to 15 minutes.

I then cut him out with my Brother Scan-n-Cut which took like a minute, I just love this machine!!!

Here you can see I cut out a 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 piece of X-Press It Blending Paper and began creating the back ground for my card. I also cut out a random piece of paper to use for covering up the white section of the card while I used distress inks (Shabby Shutters and Mowed Lawn) to make the grass.

Here you can see I used Tumble Glass and Salty Ocean along with my My Favorite Things “Cloud” Stencil to make these gorgeous clouds. I didn’t love how flat the grass looked so I took that random piece of paper and created depth.

I popped some Pop dots on the back of the sheep and the speech bubble and stuck them on the back ground. Then I adhered the background onto a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 card base.

Here you can see I really didn’t love the end result so I added some swirls with Copic N3 and a bit of the Tumbled Glass Distress ink to give the sheep a little more texture. I really love the speech bubbles that come with the digital stamp!

I almost forgot to add the cute little flies and the little piece of wool that also come with the digital stamp. I also stamped the inside of the card with “GET WELL SOON” I really hope you enjoyed the tutorial, if you ever have questions don’t hesitate to ask 🙂


I am back with a new card. I used the ODDBALL ART digital stamp and of Course my COPICS

Here she is with her hair and skin colored. For the Hair I used E29, YR27, and YR24 and for her Skin I used E000, E00, E11, E04 and R20

I used R29, R24 and R14 for all the red in this picture and I used BG57, BG49, and BG45 for everything that is Teal and for her eyes I used B01, B02 and a bit of B24

In this picture you can see I colored the 1st cat like a tiger using E99, E97 and E08 and for the ice cat I used R29, B01, B02 and B24. Unfortunately my little Blue Ice Cat didn’t cut out correctly on my Scan-N-Cut 😦

Here is a picture of the dies I used to be the main colorful part of the card.

I used the 4 1/4 x 4 1/4 for the colorful part and the 3 1/4 x 3 1/4 for the white part. and As you can see I loaded up the back of the colored digi stamp with foam squares.

I also used a 5.5 x.5.5 card base and a 5.25 x 5.25 piece of teal card stock

Here is the final card. As you can see I adhered the teal paper on the card base, then I adhered the colorful circles to that. For a little added color I used Nuvo Glitter Drops in Aquatic Mist

I really hope you like the finished card, I love it!!!

Saturday Night in the Craft Room

I loved creating this super cute “Woodland Tree House” by Art Impressions.

All the little doors and windows open with the die set that comes with the stamp set!!

Here is an even closer Image of my card. Of course I used my Copic Markers and for the first time ever I used water colors for the back ground.

Let me know what you think 🙂 Have a great night!!!


I’m back with another addition of ODDBALL ART. I made lots of mistakes during this one. I’m not sure if the paper I used was the correct type. I typically use either Express It or Neenah 110lb Paper but I must have grabbed from the wrong pile. Oh well live and learn

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I used my Copic Markers to color this little sweetie in (there is a list at the bottom 🙂 I really didn’t like the way her face came out, so I fixed her a bit. Which you will see down below

So I started to color her in fully before I made any changes. Those cute little Unicorns you see on the right of the picture didn’t cut out like the rest of the pieces so unfortunately you won’t see them on my finished project. But they are super CUTE!

Here it is on my Scan -N- Cut. It all looked fine when I started the cut but oh well we all make mistakes 🙂

Here is where I changed the color of her face using a bit of a blue Copic Marker. She definitely looks more CREEPY CUTE

Here you see wing die cuts (sorry I don’t remember where I got them) and two pieces of foil Paper

But as you can see I decided to use purple foil paper instead

I decided to make a little package of sorts and used this die. Its one die that you cut two times to make the entire box.

So here is the box completed. There are three places to add glue to make it stay together. Super easy!!

Here is the finished project. I really hope you like her 🙂

As for the Copics used, below is the list.

Hat: RV 66, 55, 23 Skin: E 000, 00, 21, 13, 11 and of course the added Boo to make her a beautiful shade of green. The Horns: Y 18, 17, 08. Her Dress and Socks: BV 17, 13, 08. Her Eyes and the Unicorns Hair: BG 57, 49, 45. Her Leggings and the Hearts RV 25, 02. The Grey’s used for the Skull and the Unicorn: N 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7.

Bookmark Created

I just Love Oddball Art!!! Here I printed the digital stamp onto Copic Express paper. I colored her up with with Cool Grey’s and Purple Copic Markers. I used my Scan N Cut to cut out the colored stamps. Then I took out a whole bunch of Alcohol inks and I cut out a tag with my Tim Holtz Tag Die set and inked it all up. I then used a bit of Distress Ink to cover up any white sections. On one side I used a stamp I had on hand that said “Sometimes you need to flip out and go bat shit crazy just to make a point” along with some cute little bats. The other side I used double-sided adhesive tape to placed place “Bat Girl” and her saying “Lets get Batty” and finally I laminated the entire bookmark. I think it came out very cute, what do you think?

Artist Trading Cards

This was so much Fun!!!!!

Thanks for joining me!


These were so fun to create and color with my Copic Marker’s. I did these for an ATC swap with Sweet Sentiments. What’s an ATC swap? It’s when a bunch of people who create a card (Artist Trading Cards), based on a theme (this one was Rainbows and Unicorns). The cards are 2.5 x 3.5 The Artist signs the back and numbers there cards depending how many ATC’s they made. One person collects all the cards (usually by mail) and redistributes them, so each participant gets different ATC’s back. It is so much FUN!!

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton