I always think of that song when I think of Monday's. So, let's start your Monday off right so hopefully it won't be a "manic Monday."
The first project I have to show you today is this layout from Jenn.
Jenn used the retired Quickutz Chopsticks alphabet for her title and subtitle. Oishi means "delicious" in Japanese. She also used the Tree Border and Revolution Lantern dies and she used her Copic C-3 to add some shading to her lantern.
Jenn also created this adorable card...
She used the Sizzix Dress Up Doll Body and the Medical Profession clothing set. Jenn used the Quickutz Cookie Cutter Basic Phrases set for the sentiment. These dolls have so much potential! As you can see, they make great cards but would also be great on layouts. You could even make your children a set of paper dolls!
This card is a super quick one I made on the way out the door for a birthday party this weekend. I literally had 15 minutes to make this!
I used the Sizzix Hello Kitty with Heart and the Quickutz Scallop Border. Copics were used to shade Hello Kitty's outfit and hairbow. A touch of ribbon and a stamped sentiment and you have a great, quick card any girl would love!
Don't forget that April's Quickutz release is tomorrow! We'll be back with some awesome samples and quarter size references! I hope you have a fabulous Monday and we'll see you back right here tomorrow! Thanks for stoppin' in!