Saturday, November 3, 2012

Gotta love Paper Smooches stamps

My playing lately has taken me to my sets of Paper Smooches stamps.  Always fun stuff.
I love the set of sentiments this one comes in.  I wanted to say something that wasn't necessarily Thanksgiving or fall related although the acorn and the colors fit for that.

I had some squares of patterned papers and I just cut them in half for my accent to this accorn stamp.
I love this cute little car so I always like to use it.  It always works great for a masculine or "dad" card but I wanted something a little more generic.  It also fits the Cas-ual Fridays challenge for a masculine card.
I thought the pennants made cute little flags, I stamped the red design on them.  Notice the yellow zig zag border that I stamped on the patterned paper.
One thing I have always loved about Kim's stamps is her great handwriting for the sentiments.

And for some photos...
These are the costumes that our grandsons all picked, pretty neat!!!

Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)


  1. Love the cards. I really like that simple but creative way you used the squares of paper and turned them into the triangle decoration.

    Great costumes. Really adore the Sherlock Holmes one. I'm a big Holmes fan anyway.

  2. This is gorgeous. You have a wonderful creative style. Love the dress up photos. Hugs Desíre {Doing Life - my personal blog}

  3. Loving your cards!! I am LOVING that acorn on that first one!!! And the Halloween photos are soooooooooooo fun!!!!

  4. Love the cards (the masculine card is great) and the costumes!

  5. Wonderful Paper Smooches cards! And the boys costumes are wonderful... Love that Sherlock!

  6. How AWESOME! Love your PS stamp use for this manly card! The photos of your grandsons are absolutely adorable, Linda! So glad that you join the fun with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  7. Fantastic costumes!! Linda, both of your cards are fantastic and you know how much I love Paper Smooches. The triangle/arrows on the first one make a wonderful focal point!

  8. These cards are both so cute and your G-kids looked adorable!