We were shopping a few weeks ago, and my friend saw this saying that really touched her. So I printed it with my computer and matted it, then I added a little crinkle ribbon from 3 Girl Jam.
Then, since it's "Anything Goes" at the Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge Blog, I had to "peachify" the little angel's face. I used Cricut's "Paper Doll Dress Up" cartridge for the doll, dress, and hair. Then I cut and inked a doily for her wings. She is "standing" in front of a star from the "George and Basic Shapes" cartridge. (I cut her feet off because I don't think you ever see angel's feet, do you? I think they "hover" a lot, lol!)
I used Peachy Keen's "Cherub Face Assortment" and used various pens and markers to color in her eyes and lips.
For the other openings of the memory tray, I cut a sewing machine and a label with the "Heritage" cartridge. I wrote the word "Granny" and added some faux stitching to the label. Then I used "George" again for the heart and tag in the final opening. I used buttons, jute twine, pearls, and a little bling to embellish. And the patterned papers were from Crate Paper's Farmhouse pad. I LOVE that paper! I might need to pick up another one, because I've used it so much lately!
Hope you liked this project; I had fun fixing it up! And, I'm entering it in Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge #43 : Anything Goes.