Today I have a few cards using my brother's Pa's Paper set. I just love this little fella! I used a page of a book that I distressed with Weathered Wood Distress Ink. I distressed a grey cardstock star and then added some interest with a white gel pen.
McMahon Five Designs is no longer in business, so if you are interested in purchasing this set, you can pop me an email.
How about this fabulous tree image from Prickley Pear to start out your Monday? This is some fun paper that I have had in my stash for quite a while...not sure of the origin anymore...but it is perfectly fun for these whimsical Halloween cards!
This is just simple stamping with a bit o' baker's twine and some punched corners. Love it!
I have been on an autumn kick this week...the trees are turning in our neck of the woods and the colors are so brilliant! This card features a Polished Stone background that I had in my stash and it was the perfect backdrop for this image from From The Heart Stamps. Sentiment is from A Muse.
This card just makes me grin. My brother's images are so sweet. I decided that the saying goes for most boys in WI this time of year with deer hunting coming right up, so I crossed out the word little!
Here is another card using my brother's images. This lil' Punkin is all ready to load up on candy. I just love this paper from Creative Imaginations that I found at a clearance center this summer. Not sure why there are music notes on the candy corn, but I love the contrast it adds!
Since McMahon Five Designs is out of business Draw Me A Daydream has no outlet. I have the files, so if you are interested in either the hunter or lil' punkin sets, email me and I will set you up.
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Another day playing with Inky Antics images yields another batch of variety cards to stick in my stash. This little fella is just adorable. I fussy cut him and used Darcie's papers to jazz up my card.
This card uses a touch of paper embroidery on the coffee cup as well as white gel pen. I left the snowflakes on the coffee pot as they were. Isn't that Darcie's paper just perfection with the swirly images going on?
Finally these little birds found a home on some Heidi Grace paper in my stash. This just says sunshine to me.
Just love this saying and the adorable snowman images from Inky Antics! I did a peck o fussy cutting on this one and then popped up everything on foam tape for dimension. LOVE!
More cute images by the same illustrator. Paired it up with some fun designer papers that I was gifted; just love the non traditional winter colors! Other people's scraps/junk are my treasures! LOVE!
...and a ramble through the scrap bin finds some embossed pieces to give this guy a home as well!
Added some tape and glitter in the white embossing for a bit of sparkle along with the fun snowball Candi Dot embellishments.