Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Pocket Pal Teddy



Growing up, I remember carrying all kinds of treasures around in my pockets. Rocks, leaves, feathers, bits of paper or wood...anything that caught my eye on my many walks around our yard and neighborhood. Of course, I never had a teddy in my pocket, but wouldn't it have been fun if I did?

For today's share, I have a darling card made by Carol Longacre using the "Pocket Pal Teddy" set. Carol used one of the precolored images and the red-heart-patterned digital paper from this set, then made it her own. I really like the banner style of the greeting she added, and did you notice the adorable button she placed on the pocket front? She made that using a Martha Stewart (TM) punch that she tells me does the punching and the embossing -- so sweet, and such a great way to accent a pocket!

If you like the idea of cute critters in pockets, we have several "Pocket Pals" sets in our shop for you to choose from. I know it's not practical to carry a teddy or a bunny or a kitten or what-not in one's pocket, but what's the fun in practical? :-)

3 comments:

  1. This is a real darling image and Carol did showcase beautifully. So bright and cheery with that background paper that comes with the image and adding that button and twine. I have this image, and I need to find time to make a card with it very soon because I just think it is precious.

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  2. I'm blushing :) Thanks for putting the spotlight on my card, but you've done all the work with this great image and matching papers! (hugs)

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