Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Back to School with Papercraft Star / I Brake For Stamps

Hi! First off I would like to welcome the newest members of our Papercraft Star design team, Anitra and Jennifer! I look forward to getting to know you and working with you at PCS. Please visit the blogs of these talented ladies and give them a warm welcome.

It is Back to School at Papercraft Star! Your challenge this week is to create a project with a back to school theme and or use the picture as your inspiration.

I used the theme this challenge to create a cute vintage back to school card.

I used the Write Stuff CMSA (card makers series) 4 inch squares for the background of the card. For the chalkboard I used one of the Vintage photo frame backgrounds. Both are from our wonderful permanent sponsor theHouseAcrosstheBay!

I did some machine stitching and some paper piecing to add some interest to the card. The stamp is the Be My Valentine Girl stamp from I Brake For Stamps

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I hope you will play along with us this week for the fun Back to School challenge at Papercraft Star!

Thanks for stopping by,

THATB: 141 CMSA Write Stuff 4 inch squares
Card Stock: Crumb Cake by Stampin' Up!
Pattern Paper: Hittin' the books stack by DCWV and Handmade by K&Company
Ink: Walnut Stain & Tea Dye distress inks by Ranger
Markers: Pumpkin Pie, Ruby Red, Blush Blossom, Really Rust and More Mustard stampin' write markers by Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Be My Valentine Girl by I Brake For Stamps
Tools: Sewing machine
Other: Pilot CHOOSE white gel pen, book pages, scallop scissors, jute and brad.


♥Jan♥ said...

A delightful and charming card !! I was blown away the minute I saw it - completely reminds me of when I was in 1st grade. Papercraft Star is so lucky to have you, Regan !!

Tracy said...

Cute CUTE!! We both went for that manuscript background this week, but our cards look nothing alike. Our digi downloads sure lend themselves to a wide variety of uses don't they. Love the chalkboard made with the frame. Terrific idea! :-)

Kim Duran said...

Looks like I am the only one that didn't use the alphabet from the card series. Now I really wish I had. I just love it. This is really one sweet little card. The little girl is darling!

Sarah said...

very cute as usual :) You must really like that little girl stamp.. shows just how versatile it is too :D

Sleepy Stamper said...

Oh that little girl is so cute! The little chalk board so adorable too!

ferrellgraph-x said...

Such a precious card! Love the way you put it all together! Thank you for your lovely comment too!
Kindest regards,