Friday, April 22, 2011


When I first received my initials in monogram stamps from PSA Essentials I immediately thought of M&M's and couldn't get it out of my head so one day I sat down to try and figure out how I was going to make the candy characters and how to do it fairly easy.  As you'll see I figured it out just by using a couple of circles.  Then I couldn't wait to make this post.  I've been holding these puppies back for weeks.  I'm so pleased with how they come out. 
Here's Blue M&M
Here's Yellow
And here's hottie Pink showing off her engagement ring.
As you can see I just kept going, I was so happy with how the first one came out I made more.  This time I used the letter T and made 2 divas for my twin friends who celebrated their birthday last week.
Here's FashionistaTina with her designer purse and bling.
 And here's her twin sister Glamtastic Tracy with her princess crown.
PSA Essentials-Monogram M stamps
Circle punches-3,2,1and 1/2"
Cardstock and ink-Juniper,Creme Brulee, and Baby Pink-CTMH
Hands,boots,purse,eyelashes,eyebrows and lips-hand drawn
Cheek blush-Pebbles Inc.


April Maybee said...

These are adorable Melyssa but you never cease to amaze me as usual.

April Maybee said...

Gorgeous Melyssa but then you never cease to amaze me.

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Omigosh, these are AWESOME! I am a huge m&m lover----my blog is called wheremmsgather---and my friend pointed your posting out to me. Outstandingly CUTE!

Jennifer said...

Hi...came across these cards on another site which lead me to your blog. I am now following. My little sister just got engaged and we were thinking of doing something similar for her party invites. Were they very time consuming??

Unknown said...

Oh my gosh - these are so adorable! You're so creative! TFS

Mary said...

Very cute Melyssa - just love those m & m's.

Unknown said...

I printed a copy of instructions, but there was nothing about how you made the hands. Was there a template for them? thanks